Self help guide to fuller lips!
“Luscious lips” are the words that are on everyone’s mouths at the moment… Voluminous lips are among one of the fastest growing cosmetic surgery trends that’s not showing any signs of slowing down.
Among the celebrities that have faced speculation over whether they’ve had filler injected to create fuller lips include: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kylie Jenner, Ellie Goulding, Megan Fox, and Audrina Partridge to name a few. But, which ones do you think have had filler and whose look the best?
If you want a perfectly plumped pout like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley then keep reading…
The anatomy of fuller lips
Celebrities like Rosie and Kylie have been praised for the shape and fullness of their bee stung lips, but what’s behind such a beautifully shaped smile? Research has suggested that people are most attracted to a good ratio between the lips and smile. The most aesthetically pleasing anatomy will determined by:
-How your lips frame the smile when you speak
-How much of your gum shows when you smile
-The condition of your teeth
-The shape, size and volume of your lips in proportion to the size of your teeth
-How your mouth fits with the overall facial characteristics
111 Harley St. will take your individual characteristics and facial proportions into consideration when advising on lip fillers. Lip fillers can be used to correct the shape, fullness and symmetry of your smile.
Would you consider having treatment?
In a safe environment, you can quickly achieve fuller lips within just twenty minutes! Your lips may be a little dry, sore, and swollen over the next few days, but other than that you can achieve larger lips without any downtime. There is no scarring involved, and the results are long lasting which means you can add more if you desire or wait until the filler has completely dissolved in three to four months’ time if you do not like the effect.
You will first meet with an anaesthetic nurse to discuss your lip filler options such as the type of filler and if you will be a good candidate for the procedure. If the treatment goes ahead, the area will be numbed in an attempt to minimise any discomfort. Following this, your lips will be injected with the agreed substance. Note that the technique varies with each patient depending on the results they wish to achieve.