How to make your lips look bigger
How to Make Your Lips Bigger Three Esy Steps
Step One: Roll a small section of toilet paper or tissue until it is about half the width of a pencil if you have a thin upper or lower lip that you would like to look to some extent fuller (especially for photos). Position the paper just under your lip along your gum line.
Step Two: Use lip liner that is the color of your lips or the color of your lipstick and gently outline the outside of your lips just beyond their natural border. If you use a lip liner that is the color of your lip stick, be sure that you continue to reapply your lip stick as it fades.
Step Three: Know that lip gloss does miracles in making lips look enviable and animated. The glossier the gloss, the fuller your lips will appear. Add a coating of lip gloss on top of every coat of chapstick or lip stick when you want your lips to look especially big.
1) Brush lips with a baby toothbrush and some lip balm, like the classic ChapStick ($1.90). It’s a gentle way to exfoliate and it promotes circulation in the lips, causing a temporary plump.
2) Avoid dark lipsticks or glosses. They can make your lips look smaller. Instead, choose a lighter shade to give the illusion of fullness. Also, pick lipsticks with shinier finishes. Shiny reflects light, making lips look even bigger.
3) Sweep a tiny dab of light colored gloss only in the middle of your lips, both top and bottom. Try Benefit Her Glossiness in Didn’t Hear It From Me ($18). You can also use a lighter glittery gloss such as Wet N Wild MegaBrilliance Lip Gloss in Shimmy Shimmer ($2) or a whitish shimmery powder like Benefit Lust Duster in Snow Bunny ($18) to achieve the same effect.
Intermediate - How to Make Your Lips Bigger
1) Apply a luminizer, white pencil, or a line of concealer a shade or two lighter than your skin tone to your cupid’s bow only (the “m” shape right above your upper lip). Blend lightly. Try Wet N Wild Kohl Eyeliner Pencil in White ($1.50).
2) Use just the slightest amount of soft brown eyeliner (yeah — weird, I know) right underneath your lower lip line. Just about 1/8th of an inch should do. This creates the illusion that your full lips are actually creating a “shadow.” I like CoverGirl Perfect Blend Eye Pencil in Smoky Taupe ($2.70).
Apply concealer to lip area to create a blank palette. Using a lip liner in a shade similar to your own lips (or 1-2 shades darker), line your entire lips, from just slightly outside your natural line, moving inward. Smudge any rough edges (no clowny looks, here) and apply lipstick or gloss or both.