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Beauty has been redefined multiple times across the decades of the 20th century bleeding into the 21st century. From women like Katharine Hepburn introducing full lips as feminine features being carried by Marilyn Monroe in the 50s Naomi Campbell established herself as a demanding model for her incredible features and full lips. Women like Jennifer Lopez carried on influential families like the Kardashians. Full lips are here to stay and not leaving anytime soon. Makeup artists all around the globe have been practicing overlining lips with lipstick and pencil liner to achieve a fuller look. This practice avoids needlework that increased in the United States from 1.8 million in 2010 to 2.6 million in 2016 according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Fuller lips have been granting women a powerful change in appearance and the ability to seduce. For this reason, lipstick and lip liners, lip plumpers alone have been the best makeup products all around the world.
Lips are constantly losing moisture when water is lost, plump, youthful cells become dry and shriveled. Daily habits such as smiling, pouting, receiving exposure to ultraviolet radiation, dry air, sun exposure, even gravity all contribute to the deformation and alter the natural shape of your lips. The skin on your lips is thinner in comparison to other parts of the body. The skin of the lips has three to five cellular layers. The lip skin does not have sweat glands and so it does not have the usual protective layer of sweat and body oils which keep the skin smooth, and which inhibit pathogens.