Beauty

How to Make Your Lips Bigger: 6 Easy Natural Ways

Beauty is something that women aspire to have each day of their lives. However, beauty is always evolving and whatever worked some years back may not necessarily work today.

Now everyone wants thicker, fuller lips.

With fuller lips, you are either predisposed genetically to have them or not. The only permanent solution that women have to attain thicker lips is through surgery. However, going under the knife is very expensive and most women cannot afford it.

Here are 6 ways to get fuller lips.

1. Peppermint oil

Peppermint oil is mostly used on the skin, because of its soothing effect. But, what most people do not know is that it has the properties to increase lip fullness and improve color. It will cause a mild irritation on your lips that will cause them to thicken a bit.

2. Sugar + Coconut oil

Creating a mixture of sugar and coconut oil and applying it on your lips has two benefits. The first one is that your lips will exfoliate and you will end up with fresh and tender lips. The second benefit is that you will have fuller lips. The mixture will facilitate increased blood flow to your lips, giving you the desired volume in the mouth area.

3. Highlighter illusion

Take a highlighter and apply it above the bow of your lips. Extend it downwards and cut through the center of your lower lip. The highlighter will create an illusion of thicker lips, due to reflection.

4. Honey

Honey is a great lip moisturizer. One benefit of hydrated lips is that they tend to appear fuller. Use natural honey, as a moisturizer to attain great results.

5. Cinnamon

Cinnamon irritates the skin. When you apply it on your lips, it will create a mild sensation that will result to fuller, tender-soft lips. However, you have to create a mixture of cinnamon and olive oil for it to work.

6. Ice

Massage your lips with an ice cube for at least two minutes to achieve fuller lips. Your blood vessels will be compressed by the cold ice and they will appear red and plump.

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