The Under-the-Radar Lipstick That Stays Put During Dances
"I know everybody loves a nudie-pink colour, but you can't always see that on camera," she said. "I always like a little more pigment, one that's luminous but not shiny, so nobody looks even more sweaty, because that look isn't great for camera. You want to come across as purposeful."
"It was very important to keep everything separate so that there's no double-dipping or cross contamination."
One brand the entire Dancing With the Stars makeup team has been loving this season is Lucky Chick, an indie brand with a wide range of lip options — which comes in handy when following safety precautions. "Our whole goal in the beginning was to use makeup that we could just give to the talent when we're done. That way it never goes into my kit, where I could take it and use it on somebody else, while I'm on the show. It was very important to keep everything separate so that there's no double-dipping or cross contamination."
A big favourite of Shteysel's? The Lucky Chick Lip Lacquers ($20). "Cheryl [Burke] loved the colours when I've used them on her. She's always looking for something that's long-wearing but not sticky, because a lot of those long-wearing formulas can either be sticky or super drying."