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1. Sweetheart, did you apply the cosmetics/lotion on your face?

2. Sweetheart, did you wear the cosmetics/lotion on your face?

3. Sweetheart, did you put the cosmetics/lotion on your face?

(What about the expressions? Are all expressions grammatical? Do we have to use the singular form 'cosmetic' or the plural form 'cosmetics' in this case?)

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    The first and third are good; I guess the second one is, too. But the third one is the most commonly used. And yes, it's "cosmetics."

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