Kylie Jenner Demonstrates How She Makes Her Lips Look Twice Their Size — Check Out The Video
It's no secret that Kylie Jenner has had a little bit of cosmetic help in getting the look that she currently has. If you compare photos of her from her youth or look at early episodes from Keeping Up With The Kardashian (KUWK) you'll see that she has a different appearance. While many people know that she has had her lips done, she also uses makeup to create a fuller pout. In fact, the Kardashian/Jenner sisters use a lot of tricks to create different looks and those who follow them know that they can often change their appearances radically from one day to the next. In a new Instagram video, Kylie Jenner demonstrated some of her latest tricks and tips that she uses to make her lips look twice their size and used makeup from her newest collection.
The collection contains the coconut lip liner, Kylie matte lipstick, and the crystal gloss.
Taking to her Instagram stories, Kylie first applied coconut lip liner. She doesn't cover her entire mouth with the lip liner but just used it on the outside edge of her lips. After Kylie uses the coconut oil lip liner she fills in the center of her lips with the Kylie Matte lip. Kylie and her sisters are big fans of matte lipsticks and lip products. Kylie generously applied the matte lip to only the middle of both the upper and bottom lip.
She then covered her entire lips with her Crystal Gloss. The finished look has received plenty of positive remarks and feedback from those who want to purchase the kit and try Kylie's recommendations.
You may see the video that Kylie shared on the official Kylie Cosmetics website below.
While there were many who praised Kylie's technique and said they wanted to try it for themselves, especially the step of just applying the lipstick to the middle portion of the mouth, there were some who also suggested Kylie only looks different due to surgery.
What do you think of Kylie Jenner's makeup trick? Do you have your own tricks for making your lips appear larger than they are?