To prevent the lipstick marks from spreading, apply a small quantity of denatured alcohol on a clean piece of cloth and dab the lipstick stain with it. Remember not to scrub the lipstick stain because it will spread in that case.
Dip your index finger in a liquid dishwashing detergent. Gently rub your index finger on the mark in order to transfer the liquid detergent onto the piece of cloth you are cleaning.
The mark will still be remaining on the clothes. Use a stick stain on the lipstick mark and leave if on for about 10 minutes. Wash the fabric. Adhere to the washing instruction given by the manufacturer. If the mark still remains on the fabric, use the stick stain again, more liberally this time around. As before, leave it on for about ten minutes before washing the fabric.
Wash the fabric in a mixture of household detergent and water. If the lipstick mark is too stubborn and does not go away, air dry the fabric to prevent the stain from setting in.
When everything else fails, take the fabric to a dry cleaner as a last resort. The dry cleaner should be able to remove the lipstick mark using specialised cleaning methods.