Lipstick Teeth reflects on the conflicting expectations of the human body, particularly the notion of “who we should be” according to social norms. Participants are asked to push against the discomfort of imperfection and subject themselves to vulnerability through the lens of a camera. No one is forced to be photographed and no one is asked to pose. These photographs are a documentation of the first party on April 15, 2016. Since then, three additional groups in Chicago and New York have gathered to partake in this project.