Are you envious of Angelina Jolie’s voluminous plump pout? Angelina’s lips may have been the result of winning the genetic lottery, but you can get her naturally plump pout too–quickly and easily–with Lip Augmentation surgery. Some people have naturally thin lips. Others see their lips thin as they get older. But there are methods to correct thin lips, including fat transfers, injections that use fillers to plump lips, lip implants and other surgical treatments performed under local anaesthetic.
Reasons why you may want a Lip Augmentation?
- Naturally thin lips
- Loss of volume in lips
- Fine lines and wrinkles
Full, voluptuous lips have long been considered an aesthetic ideal. It is estimated by finance website Mint.com that the average woman spends between £10,000-£12,000 on make-up in their life time, with lip enhancing cosmetics second only to mascara and eyeshadow. Furthermore, the continual effort to keep our lips looking kissable can be exhausting. Our handbags become a survival kit, filled with an endless array of lipsticks, glosses and primer to ensure our lips are constantly topped up and looking good. Is it really a surprise that a Lip Augmentation is becoming one of the most popular cosmetic procedures?
Having pouty lips can make us feel more confident and sexy, as well as helping us maintain a youthful appearance. If you are suffering with wrinkles and cracking around the lips, or simply have thin lips that leave you looking a little aged, Lip Augmentation can enhance the look of your entire face and restore your confidence.
What are the benefits of Lip Augmentation?
- Look and feel natural
- Long lastings results
- Improved self-confidence
- Simple yet effective treatment
- Natural balance created between the lower lip and face
If you are looking for more plump in your pout, then Lip Augmentation with Bella Vou provides the perfect solution. Bella Vou are lip enhancement specialists and can help you achieve your desired look with ease. Recovery time after a lip augmentation procedure is typically very short, making it one of the easiest and most popular ways to make your lips, and your face more visually appealing.
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Last Updated: August 17, 2015
Published On: August 17, 2015