How Can I Make My Lips Appear Full?

They say you should love yourself, love the way you were created. Sometimes, that just doesn't cut it. With beautiful woman running across ads, magazines, billboards, and television it is hard to not notice your flaws. Luckily with today's technology we can get these things fixed. Of course, it will cost you an arm and a leg.

I admit for years I have hated my lips. They are thin and have no "plump." They aren't the kinds that are sexy, thrilling, and make a man go "whoa!" Woman with this insecurity, often look to lip augmentation. During this process a gel called Restylane is injected into the lips for volume. Restylane contains a natural substance called hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is already present in the body, giving your skin a certain amount of volume. When Restylane is injected into the lips, the amount of Hyaluronic Acid increases, giving your lips a fuller look. Restylane is effective for up to six months in your lips. Lip augmentation can cost an average of $500-$1000.

Luckily for those college students, like myself, swarming in college tuition debt there are lip plumpers that you can buy at Sephora, department stores, and local drug stores. Lip enhancers contain ingredients that irritate the lips and cause them to sting. The irritation effect causes blood to flow to the flesh of the lips and swell. Because the ingredients of the lip plumper irritate the surface of the lips, the lips may begin to peel.
If you want those full Angelina lips, but don't want to purchase lip plumpers, try making your own lip plumper at home by mixing these ingredients that are known for giving fuller looking lips:
1. Products with Vitamin B12
2. Vitamin E
3. Cinnamon
4. Wintergreen
5. Ginger
6. Vaseline or cocoa butter
I have recently purchased these three lip plumpers to test out. One being affordable, the other being top seller, and one being expensive and top rated...

Sexy Mother Plucker
Cheap, yet effective

Bare Escentuals
Top Seller at Sephora

Lip Fusion Lip Plump
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