Sexy Smooth Lips



There have never been more lip care options than there are right now. The cosmetics industry is ever-changing and nothing reflects that more than the sheer amount of different lip products that are available. It seems that every day “they” come up with something new to try.

Choosing the right lip product is really a matter of what your personal preference is. Each type of product has its own feel, staying power, texture, and benefits. What you choose will depend on your own needs and desired look.

Lip Balm
Perhaps the most basic product on this list is lip balm. It usually has no color but contains moisturizing and soothing agents for dry or chapped lips. Some lip balms even contain sunscreen or pain relievers. They generally have a smooth, soft texture. Some have a hint of color.

Lip Gloss
Lip glosses come in all forms of color coverage, from very sheer to full-on color. Lip glosses are generally liquid, with an obvious glossy finish and very short wearing time. Lip glosses can come in metallic or frosty finishes, and many even have glitter in them. They can be worn alone or over another form of lip color, as in liner or lipstick.

Lip Liners
Lip liners come in the form of pencils and can either be thin or chunky. Some twist up, but most have to be sharpened. They all are intended to outline the lip with color. A lot of people outline first and then color in their entire lip with their liner. This provides a long-lasting base for additional colors, such as gloss or lipstick.

Lip Primer
Lip primer is like a base coat for your lips. It is designed to keep your lip color from bleeding outside your lip line. Colors range from clear to foundation-like tones. Primer may feel waxy.



Lipstick
Lipsticks are obviously usually packaged in stick form but sometimes come in a small pot. They come in many different finishes, from matte to glossy, from glittery to creamy. They generally feel smooth and kind of waxy on your lips.

Lip Plumpers
Plumpers can be clear or colored, but all of them work by stimulating blood flow to the lips. This makes your lips appear more full and pouty. Lip plumpers generally feel like glosses and may make your lips tingly or sting a little.

Lip Stains
Lip stains are either contained in lipsticks or applied on their own. They provide far longer staying power than glosses or lipsticks. As the name implies, they actually stain the lips, rather than just staying on the surface of them.

The color is generally liquid and painted on with a brush. Lip stains are usually very intense or bold colors and are harder to find than most other lip products.

Lip Paints
Lip paints are even harder to find than lip stains. The texture is somewhere between liquid and lipstick. Lip paints have more color variety than lip stains. They last longer than a lipstick but are shorter lasting than stains.

Permanent Lipstick
Permanent lipstick is when people actually have color tattooed onto their lips. This is clearly a very serious step that requires some thought.

With a basic idea of the look, texture, and functionality that you are looking for in a lip product, your choice will be much easier. A large number of choices make it is easier than ever to find exactly what you are looking for.

The process is made even easier by the fact that there are so many places to get information on lip products online. With a few simple clicks of your mouse, you can compare brands and prices, select your favorite lip product, and purchase it, all from the comfort of your own home.

Lip Plumping the Natural Way
If you are looking to get plump, sexy lips but simply do not have enough money to get plastic surgery – why not do it the natural way?

This avoids having to make countless trips to Plastic Surgeons or other beauty-related professionals who are sure to charge you an arm and a leg as well as to get great results that look really natural. Realistically, these natural lip plumping techniques do not last forever, but neither to lip injections.

Give Your Lips a Workout
While this does not mean that you should kiss someone constantly to get your lips a workout, what it does mean is that you can use your fingers to gently pinch and shape your lips. This is a very natural method of shaping your thin lips because it naturally draws blood to the area.

Once your lips have become redder and more plump naturally, they can be more easily shaped. However, this technique is only temporary but it can be used time and time again without having to pay through the nose for this.

Another way to shape and plump your thin lips may be to stop using colored lipstick. Instead of using a lipstick to enhance and highlight your mouth, why not use a sparkling lip gloss that you can brush on?



Cinnamon Oil
Instead of trying lip injections made from synthetic products, why not use something natural like cinnamon oil? This can be bought online or in a store anywhere across the world without it costing a bomb. There are also many other lip plumping products on the market which are all for topical use.

To use the cinnamon oil to plump your lips naturally, apply 1 drop of cinnamon oil to each lip. Rub the cinnamon oil in thoroughly. You can do this on a daily basis so that you always have plump lips that look natural and beautiful.

Make sure that you read the labels and warnings in case you find any irritation or potential allergies to cinnamon oil before using it.

Brushing Your Lips
Another easy way to plump lips naturally is to use a toothbrush that has soft bristles. Soft-bristled toothbrushes can be used to gently brush your lips to plum them before you apply lipstick. However, it is not necessary to wear lipstick in order to do this method as this natural technique is a way that you can add some natural color to your lips.

This is because your lips will naturally become redder in color so either sparking or clear lip gloss can be applied instead of lipstick or lip gloss that has a hue to it.

Liquid Vitamins
This technique is similar to the cinnamon oil technique – instead of using cinnamon oil, you should use liquid Niacin. This vitamin is a form of Vitamin B3 which is a fantastic agent to create plumper looking lips because it will activate the capillar