Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by Ellen Christian
Do you know how to look like you have fuller lips when you don’t? I’ve always been envious of women that have full, pouty lips. When I was younger, I would flip through beauty magazines trying to emulate the makeup styles of different models. While the looks were all vastly different, the one thing that they all seemed to have in common were beautiful, full lips. I tried many different colors, glosses, and types of lip products trying to achieve that perfect pout. After a lot of experimentation, I finally learned how to look like you have fuller lips even when you don’t!
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How to Look Like You Have Fuller Lips
There are a number of different surgical or in-office procedures you can go through to end up with fuller lips. That’s really not my thing though so I’m focusing on things that you can do yourself, at home, without any sort of medical procedure. If you want something permanent, you may want to speak to your doctor.
Exfoliate your lips
I know. You’re wondering why anyone would exfoliate their lips. I regularly exfoliate my face but never gave much thought to my lips. Using a bit of sugar on a damp cloth, you can easily exfoliate your lips. This will remove impurities and lighten your lips. Lighter lips look fuller than darker lips. Just be gentle.
Use a lip pencil to define
Apply lip liner close to the edge of your lips to create the appearance of a full pout. Just be very certain you match the color properly to your inner lip product. Leaving a line around the edge of your lips is not attractive.
Apply essential oils
You can apply peppermint oil or cinnamon oil applied VERY sparingly to your lips to make them plump up. Put a very tiny bit of essential oil into a carrier oil like Sweet Almond Oil and dab on. Do not use a lot. Start with a very small amount and expect that it will tingle when you apply it.
Go bold with color
Choose a dramatic pink or red lip product. Bold pinks and reds will make your lips appear fuller. Select a shade that is only a tone or two away from your natural lip color. You don’t want to choose a color that will clash with your natural skin tone.
Use a lip plumper
Apply a lip product intended to help create fuller lips. There are a number of lip plumpers available in clear gloss or a variety of different shades. These products generally combine an essential oil along with a lip gloss to make your lips plump.
Do you have any tips for making your lips appear fuller that I’ve missed?
Ellen is a busy mom of a 24-year-old son and 29-year-old daughter. She owns six blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes you can feel beautiful at any age and any size. She shares healthy, realistic beauty and fashion information geared toward women over 40. If you’d like to work together, email email@example.com to chat.
10 thoughts on “How to Look Like You Have Fuller Lips”
she looks wonderful in those red lips. My husband says he doesn’t like me in red, but I like it. I need I lip pencil – it does work.
Such AWESOME Tips To Plump Up Your Lips I Must Try A Few Of These I Never Knew Such Easy Tops Would Result In A Fuller Lip, Thank You!!
Glad to share, Lisa!
My lips are fairly plump, but I do like using a lip plumper gloss from time to time. I had forgotten about exfoliating my lips – it really does make them softer and appear plumper. These are really great tips – thank you for sharing them!
Exfoliating really does help!
I love lip liner and if you can get permanent makeup, a lip liner is worth the investment I think. I wear gloss not lip stick but as long as I have a lip liner on, my lips look great.
Doesn’t really apply to me, but my youngest is all into lipstick these days. Will share this with her so hopefully can pick up some tips!
These are all really great tips! My mom always complains about this so I will be sharing this advice with her 🙂
Thanks, for sharing, Nicole!
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