From Cara D’s amplified eyebrows to Nicki Minaj’s super long lashes, whichever way you look at it beauty is getting bigger. So Kylie Jenner’s recent power pout should come as no surprise, but somehow as a nation we have become fixated with the comings and goings of the now legendary lips. Lets be honest it is hardly difficult to keep tabs as it seems Kylie herself is just as obsessed with her new asset as we are, regularly updating her 15.5 million Instagram followers with just about every imaginable duck face known to man. The jury is definitely still out on whether Kylie’s luscious new lips are in fact more filler than faking yet love em or loathe em it seems the exaggerated lip trend is here to stay. So if your average pout isn’t quite cutting it then follow our simple steps on how to instantly trout that pout, Jenner style.


Kylies controversial transformation


When choosing that all important colour the key is to choose a lip liner that’s a shade darker than you lipstick to create depth of colour in the cupids bow. But always be sure to keep the same tone so as the two blend and don’t create an unsightly darker lip line! We chose Mac Creme Stick Liner in ‘Pink Treat’ and Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet lipstick in ‘La Raffinee’ as well as a Mac lip brush for application.



Starting at the cupids bow – to ensure an even shape on both sides – begin to line the lip, half on and half off of your natural lip line to create a fuller effect. On your bottom lip repeat the process, always remembering to try and replica the shape of your natural lip line as much as you can, just slightly bigger.


Always start with the cupids bow



Apply your chosen lipstick using a lip brush to fill in the rest of the lip, shading into the exaggerated lip line as you go to create depth of shape and colour. Three coats of lipstick should ensure durability, remembering to blot after each application. If your really after that show stopping pout then try applying concealer around you lips as an extra highlighter to really make the colour pop.



By Jenna Jones


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