Hong Kong sisters break lip gloss record

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A pair of young sisters from Hong Kong have earned a Guinness World Record due to their collection of 3,388 different lip balms.

Scarlett Ashley Cheng (6) and her sister Kaylyn (8) started collecting lip balms when the younger sister was only a toddler.

“It all started with having dry lips when I was little,” Scarlett said. “My parents and my grandma used to put lip balms on my lips everyday to keep them moist.

“At first, they were just plain without any flavors when I was very young, and as I grew older, I started to try out different flavors.”

The sisters’ collection now includes varieties of lip balm from around the world.

“Over the last few years, collecting lip balms has become one of my hobbies because of the way they look, they taste and they feel,” Scarlett said.

The sisters said they have also started making their own DIY lip balms at home and giving them out as gifts to friends and family.

29 Responses

  1. Wow! That is a lot of lip balm. So many different colors and flavors all in one room. I wonder how long it will take them to get through it all? Keep up the good work. It will pay off one day. 💄💄💄

  2. Wow! I have some Flavored lip balm and I love It!
    Its shows no matter how young you are you can always break a record no matter how big it is

  3. that is a whole lotta lip balm well the parents bank must have gone from $10,000 to $1. Weird but cool. :))

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