- Hannah Ann’s lip gloss made a notable appearance on The Bachelor Monday night.
- Beauty sleuths at Women’s Health found that it is Laneige Lip Glowy Balm in Berry.
- The “lightweight, moisture-coating lip balm” costs $17 at Sephora.
Monday night’s episode of The Bachelor was ~officially~ the “Women Tell All” special, but Bachelor producers snuck a super intense rose ceremony into the mix before the drama began. Leading up to the big see-ya-never-Victoria moment, cameras showed all the final three women getting ready for the rose ceremony, including Hannah Ann Sluss putting on lip gloss in a bathrobe for what felt like an eternity.
Is that how models put on lip gloss these days, or was she low-key modeling the lip gloss? Idk, but people on Twitter definitely noticed Hannah Ann’s beauty routine.
Hannah Ann putting on that Smackers lip gloss all the girls in her class are wearing #thebachelor #BachelorNation pic.twitter.com/Gdt1qDH3YX
Commercial break aside: This shot of Hannah Ann dabbing on pink lip gloss while wearing a fluffy white bathrobe made me laugh so hard I had to GIF it.#TheBachelor #WomenTellAll pic.twitter.com/J2lQDECMy8
Hannah Ann spent 45 minutes putting on lip gloss, you can wear a damn tie Peter #TheBachelor #WomenTellAll pic.twitter.com/YOh4PBFO4t
Honestly, how much lip gloss do you need to put on, Hannah Ann??? #TheBachlor
Bachelor fans had a ton of different (and snarky) guesses as to where Hannah Ann’s lip gloss came from—Limited Too, Lip Smackers, Wet n Wild, Bath and Body Works—but nope, it’s actually from Sephora.
Lip Glowy Balm in BerryLANEIGEsephora.com$17.00SHOP NOW
The lip gloss Hannah Ann so lovingly applied is…drumroll, please…Laneige Lip Glowy Balm in Berry. While the lip gloss isn’t as cheap as a Wet n Wild version, it’s not terrible at $17 for a tube.
According to the Sephora description, Laneige’s balm is a “lightweight, moisture-coating lip balm for hydrated, tinted, and kissable lips throughout the day,” making it perfect for standing outside in the cold wind while waiting for a rose ceremony to begin, long walks on the beach with Peter, or doing your best to tear up while your boy Pete sends Victoria F. home.
It also contains shea butter and works to moisturize your lips, all while making them appear glossy. Oh, and it’s free of sulfates, parabens, and phthalates.
The usage instructions simply say you should “apply directly to lips as needed,” but doesn’t give a timeframe to do that in—like two seconds or, ya know, two hours.
Still, Hannah Ann’s lips did look amazing so… maybe there’s something to her marathon lip gloss application?
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