Do you find yourself focusing on your lips when you look in the mirror? Maybe you’ve caught yourself staring at other women’s lips while you’re out in public. It can be a little embarrassing, can’t it? Is your Pinterest account filled with pictures of women with beautifully shaped lips? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you’re most likely experiencing lip dissatisfaction and lip envy has set in. (more…)
The desire for more sensual, shapely, and BIGGER lips is not new in our culture. It’s been going on for over 50 years. Though the trend hasn’t change, what has changed is the magnitude. I recently read a piece in Slate about some rather unfortunate runway appearances involving overdone lips. The article is subtitled “the rise of the trout-pout” – a graphic if not wholly accurate description of the phenomenon of overdone lips – and traces the current rise of the sensual mouth from Brigitte Bardot in the 1950′s and 1960′s to modern stars like Angelina Jolie.