Alright, if you've been paying attention on social media you have probably seen lip plumping by using a suctioning device. Which is what the Full Lips Enhancer is. This is plastic other products from different companies are clay. These are quite a bit less expensive than the clay ones. I got mine for $15 I think. The clay molds are about $30. Before I get into this review I want to start with.....there is absolutely nothing wrong with your lips and you do not have to purchase this out of necessity because it isn't a necessity. This is just a momentary alternative to lip plumping that is as effective as injection would be only without the price or the needles.
Products like these work the muscles around the mouth. The more you do that the longer the result will last. Now, I have heard some say they've gotten bruised from this. I haven't had anything like that happen to me and this isn't supposed to hurt but I done this at 15-30 second increments so perhaps that's why. Basically you suck in as you position this around your lips. It should grab on itself IF you've done these steps: exfoliate the lips, moisturize the area around the mouth or wet the area and use a menthol type balm to prolong the effect. I used a balm, actually a plumping gloss before I used this I'm not sure if it's necessary before but it is after since that's what plumping glosses do is, plump. A Buxom gloss would be fine as well.
So it took about 3 attempts and doing the steps correctly to get this to sit on my lips without me actually have to suck in any harder. When it does you should feel a gentle pulling, it should not hurt or be uncomfortable.
This was my result after about three 15 second increments. It didn't stay like this very long. Maybe 30 minutes but they did stay more plump for about 2 hours before going back to normal size. This is the large circle enhancer there is another shape and different sizes. I wanted more rounded plump lips so that's why I chose the circle. It definitely did that. I used this yesterday as well as today and both times the result wasn't as prominent as this one above but it was a more plump look that helps my liquid lipstick go on smoother and look better. I keep it on for about 30 seconds just one time and then do my makeup. I always use a plumping gloss before hand as well.
So all in all I like this. I can see how it could bruise you because the first time I was doing it way too hard and it hurt. So therefore be careful with this it's not worth bruises trying to get bigger lips. There are other things that elude to plump lips like over drawing and also check out Kandee Johnson's latest video on tricks for plumping your lips on YouTube.
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