Many works of lipstick art only show the cosmetic itself. These works are often whimsical in execution and are considered some of the more graphic pop art prints available to modern audiences. These cosmetic pictures show a variety of make-up, as seen in the lipstick prints, 'Makeup Bag II' by Gregory Gorham and 'Powder' by Kathy Middlebrook.
Lipstick art was created during the modern art movement and because of the social ramifications and popularity of this form of cosmetic, pop art prints have explored it thoroughly. These glamorous illustrations portray a variety of vogue images that were popular throughout the years. Pop art prints like 'Beehive' by Shari Warren and 'Haute Chapeau Rouge II' by Marco Fabiano are examples of how these vogue images can be translated in unique ways, as well as how pop art prints can display the beautification of women in radically different lights.