2020 Best natural and electrical lip plumpers worth trying out!
Looking for a fast way to make your lips look fuller? Preparing for a photo session and want to look your best? Usually we use makeup, treatments, injections or surgery to get those fuller-looking lips. But if you’re in need of a temporary and easy solution, lip plumpers are definitely worth a try! On the market you’ll find both electric plumpers and more natural ways to make your lips fuller. The electric ones basically create suction and stimulate blood flow to your lips. As to more natural ways, you can go for at home treatments and plumping lip glosses! Keep on scrolling for more information on how lip plumping actually works, and find your favorite way of making those lips full!
Natural Lip Plumpers
Natural lip plumpers are generally quite affordable, easy to apply and rarely cause damage to the skin. On the other hand, you will see that the plumping effect is rather delicate and temporary. But hey! - if you’re looking for natural ways to make your lips look fuller check our tips below.
The first step to get plumper lips is to exfoliate them. Get rid of dry skins, boost circulation and you’ll already see a difference! You can do so with a soft toothbrush, or try some ‘delicious’ sugar lip scrubs. Safe, affordable and easy!
Try: Fresh Sugar Lip Polish Exfoliator ($24) - Sephora
2. Lip Shading
Why not go for a simple makeup trick? One of the best ways to get fuller lips is by shading and creating dimension. Nude lip colors are great for this trick, and will look amazing on any skin tone! Try applying a lighter shade in the center of your lips after putting on lipstick.
Try: Aesthetica Matte Lip Contour Kit – Lipstick Palette ($23.44) - Amazon
AestheticaAesthetica Lip Contour Kit
3. Plumping glosses
You can also find specific lip plumping glosses that will temporarily give your lips that fullness boost. They are easy to apply, affordable and can make your lips appear plumper. Try looking for products with hyaluronic acid, wintergreen, menthol or ginger and capsaicin. But remember that those types of glosses may irritate the skin, so first make sure your lips can handle it!
Try: Too Faced Extreme Lip Injection ($29.00) or CLINIQUE Moisture Surge™ Lip Hydro-Plump Treatment ($17.50) - Sephora
Too FacedLip Injection Extreme Lip Plumper
Electric Lip Plumpers
Electric lip plumpers are those extraordinary looking devices that literally ‘suck’ on your lips! And yes, they do give that full lip look (sometimes even for a few hours), are easy to use, and are a great choice for photoshoots or short events. But they can be quite pricey, cause damage to the skin if used incorrectly, and still are just a temporary solution.
JUVALIPS ORIGINAL BASIC KIT ($99.95) - Juvalips.com
juvalipsOriginal White – Basic Kit
This lip plumper is one of the most recommended ones on the market, and is known to work for most customers! Easy to use, small, and light - can leave your lips fuller from 2-4 hours thanks to the suction effect. Although it has good reviews, it is just a temporary solution and is quite an investment, that might not be for you if you have very sensitive lips and skin.
PMD KISS ($139.00) - pmdbeauty.com
This one is definitely a more luxury lip plumping device. It creates a pulsating succion, which increases blood flow and leaves the lips looking plump and full. The device comes with a plumping serum and a hydrakiss lip sheet mask to put after the treatment! Sounds great, but also is just a temporary fix (expensive as well), works quite loud, and has to be used with caution to make sure not to damage your lips and skin.
Kojintora Automatic Lip Plumper For Women ($39.99) - Amazon
A more budget lip plumper that still has plenty of positive reviews out there! Kojintora brings a more basic and easy to use device - a great option for beginners looking for a cheaper lip plumper. Because of the lower price, the product feels less luxurious and does not have the recommended pulsating suction mode, which can be less comfortable and cause bruising if used for too long.
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Glass skin? Uhm YES!
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The Benefits of Tomatoes
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