Women Moving Towards More Natural Meghan-Inspired Lips

Following the wonderful royal wedding, it’s not just Prince Harry who’s fallen in love with the beautiful Meghan Markle. Meghan-mania is reaching fever pitch with millions of fashion fans following every change of outfit and even plumping for cosmetic surgery and beauty treatments to have some of that ‘Markle sparkle’ for themselves. They’re definitely watching her lips – not just for what she says but for how she looks.

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Watch Meghan’s lips

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Voluptuous pouts were all the rage until recently. Now everyone wants lips like Meghan’s. Cosmetic doctor to the stars Dr Tijion Esho says more patients are coming to him and asking for the Meghan look. She has the ideal 50-50 ratio for upper and lower lips along with a cute Cupid’s bow. The doctor said people used to bring in pictures of their favourite Kardashian as the person they wanted to look like. Now Meghan has become the beauty and fashion influencer of choice. Patients now want to achieve the Meghan look, especially her most popular feature – her lips.

How to Get the Look

These lips can be achieved using lip fillers. Today’s fillers are usually made of hyaluronic acid, which is a substance found naturally in the body. It can hold up to 1,000 its weight in water, which is why it’s found in many skincare products. In a cream, it isn’t able to penetrate through the skin’s outer layers, although some brands are turning to a low molecular weight hyaluronic acid as a way of trying to force it deeper into your skin. That’s why it needs to be injected into the skin to reach the depths where it can have an instant impact that people will notice. It isn’t permanent, and it’s not just for lips. It can also be used as a face filler to plump out wrinkles, make cheeks look bigger and wipe out those downward lines around your mouth.

Always go to a specialist clinic for treatment. If you’re looking for Belfast Dermal Lip Fillers, then contact https://www.glamskinclinic.com/dermal-lip-fillers.

Ask Questions

Ask the clinician about the type of filler, how long it will last, and what type of anaesthetic will you have – none, local anaesthetic, topical cream or ice, for example. Let the specialist know exactly what you want to achieve.