Woman shares how she gets juicy ‘lip filler’ lips WITHOUT any injections

NOT all of us were born with the Angelina-Jolie-style full lips that we yearn for.

While lip injections and fillers can solve that problem, many of us are wary of going under the needle.

Thanks to a little makeup, however, we can achieve the plump look we want.

A woman who goes by Brittney Rae on social media shared a video in which she transformed her lips in under a minute.

“Every time I do my lips like this my BF asks if I got my lips filled,” she began.

Using a contour stick that looks a couple shades darker than her actual lip color, she began to outline her lips.

“Contour above and below lips but ONLY in the center,” she advised.

Brittney then used her finger to blend in the contour lines, but said you should not spread it too far past the middle points where you applied.

Next: “Just a touch of dark nude liner in the places you want to accentuate.”

She first applied the liner to her Cupid’s bow (the top center part of the lip that looks like the letter m).

The makeup guru then added the liner to the bottom center point, and to the top sides.

For the final step, you apply lip gloss: “Bonus points if it’s lip plumping.”

She pursed her lips to show off her now voluptuous-looking feature.

Brittney doesn’t seem to be a big fan of beauty procedures—she opts for makeup instead.

In another clip, she shared her negative experience with eyelash extensions.

“Sometimes I think about getting eyelash extensions again,” she began.

“And I have to remind myself that this happened.”

Photos of her crinkled eyelashes flashed on the screen.

“…and then this happened.”

Photos of her eyelashes completely gone then followed.

In the caption, she revealed she is allergic to the glue that is used to achieve that look.

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