A Quick Self-Massage That’ll Make Your Lips Look Bigger

How to make your lips bigger? Whether your lips have lost volume with age or never have looked quite as full as you want them to, hold off before you start thinking about getting fillers! There are plenty of non-evasive and safe ways to plump up your lips instantly.

Did you know that there are cool lip exercises? You can keep your lips from losing volume over time by exercising the muscles around your mouth. I mean, when you want a more shapely backside, what do you do? You work the muscles in your bum! The same goes for your lips!

1. Moisturize your lips with DIY products 0:36
Cinnamon essential oil lip mask 0:59
Coconut and almond lip balm 1:39
Honey and oil lip scrub 2:09
2. Make your lips really smooth 2:41
3. Try makeup tricks 4:35
Overdraw your lips 4:48
Choose your lipstick carefully 5:22
Contour your lips 5:53
Throw on a gloss 6:15
4. Do lip exercises 6:43
Draw a smile 7:09
Smile and kiss 7:39
Imaginary mouthwash 8:19
Blow out the invisible candle 8:37

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– Dry skin loses its elasticity and fullness a lot more than hydrated skin does. That’s why it’s crucial to keep your lips moisturized.
– Take 1 to 2 drops of cinnamon essential oil and 1 teaspoon of coconut oil, cocoa butter, or shea butter. If your skin is sensitive, 1 drop of cinnamon will be enough. Put the mix on your lips, and wipe it off after 3 to 5 minutes.
– Mix 2 teaspoons of sugar, 1 teaspoon of honey, 1 teaspoon of almond oil, and a dash of ground cinnamon in a small dish. Honey and oil work as natural moisturizers, sugar is a great scrub, and cinnamon is good at plumping.
– To start with, never lick your lips. When you lick your lips, you spread acidic saliva from your tongue all over them. This can wash away the natural oils protecting your lips, so they get irritated and chapped.
– When you buy any lip products, including make-up, make sure they have a sun protection factor.
– Avoid citrusy and salty foods – they can irritate the lips. Toothpastes that contain alcohol or sodium laurel sulphate and heavily scented facial products could also be what’s causing your lip discomfort.
– Pick a lip liner to match the lipstick you’re going to wear today and don’t be afraid to go a little outside your lip lines.
– Experiment with nude shades that aren’t too light or dark for you. Of course, you can’t go wrong with a red lip either – it looks good on everyone!
– If you want your lips to look juicy and full, there’s nothing that’ll achieve that better than a lip gloss. Remember the whole thing about reflecting more light? That’s exactly what a gloss does!

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