Books are fun. A bag full of beautifully-scented chapsticks and lippies? Also fun (especially during moisture-wrecking winter). So, I decided to combine the two and found so many great, pun-tastic bookish lip balms to choose from. Like “As I Shea Dying” and “Tarte of Darkness.” *giggle snorts*
Gird your wallets, or don’t. These bookish treats are less than $5 each and I certainly won’t judge you if you decide buy all 25 of them. One for almost every day of the month?
YA and classics–inspired bookish lip balms from Lit Balms (they’ve got loads to choose from—this is only a sample)
Cinnamon and chocolate “Currently Reading” lip balm
Pun-tastic bookish lip balms from Read My Lips Apothecary
“Lime and Punishment” *snorts* inspired by Dostoyevsky’s classic
“Love in the Time of Coconut” from Marquez’s classic
“As I Shea Dying” lip balm from Faulkner’s classic *cackles again*
Disney-inspired bookish lip balms from castle minis
(okay and it’s not bookish, but they’ve got a Dole Whip one and SHUT UP TAKE ALL MY MONEY)
And, “The Grey Stuff”
Absolutely geeky and slaying bookish lip balms and glosses from Merchant of Gallifrey
“Life doesn’t frighten me“—a blueberry and peach Maya Angelou inspired lip balm
Lady of the Lake, a strawberry-peppermint Merlin-inspired lip gloss
Sweetly named and scented lip balms by From the Page
Aptly-named literary lip balms from Cedar Chest Press’s Book Balm line.
“Murder On the Orient Espresso” inspired by Agatha Christie’s classic
“Tarte of Darkness,” a cherry-flavored lippie based on Joseph Conrad’s classic
“Finnegan’s Cake,” a birthday cake–flavored lip balm from James Joyces’s novel
Oriandle’s choose your own character/series choices based on classic books
Hogwarts Houses lip balm, because of course.
Game of Thrones lip balms, with different scents for different houses.
Alice in Wonderland lip balms where you can choose from Alice, Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, and Red Queen flavors.
YAs and classics alike feature in Behind the Pages’s literary lip balms
“Bibliophiles,” an homage to bookish people everywhere
And finally, because a list on bookish lip balms wouldn’t be complete without it, Snows Cut Soaps’s stylish butterscotch-flavored Butterbeer lip balm.
Did I miss any of your favorite literary lip balms? Hit the comments to share your favorites. Or, if you want more bookish self-care items, check out “Essential Items for a Bookish Sick Day.”By signing up you agree to our Terms of Service