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Blogger Lauren Curtis reveals products that help her to get a perfect pout WITHOUT filler or Botox

Beauty blogger Lauren Curtis has revealed how you can get a perfect pout without pricey filler or Botox. 

The 26-year-old Australian YouTuber said getting plump and full lips merely requires three makeup products – and she revealed exactly how you can replicate the look at home.

‘I haven’t had my lips done in a year or more; I’m really happy with how they look when I overdraw them and I don’t have to spend any dollars or risk the complications involved with needles,’ Lauren said on her Instagram profile.

‘I’m not ruling it out forever, but it’s nice when you find easier, cheaper, safer alternatives.’

 

Beauty blogger Lauren Curtis (pictured) has revealed how you can get a perfect pout without filler or Botox

The 26-year-old YouTuber said getting plump and full lips merely requires three makeup products (pictured before)

She revealed exactly how you can replicate the look at home (pictured after)

The 26-year-old Australian YouTuber said getting plump and full lips merely requires three makeup products – and she revealed exactly how you can replicate the look at home (pictured before and after)

So how can you get ‘big lips without Botox?’

Firstly, Lauren recommends you arm yourself with Urban Decay’s lip liner in the shade, Naked 2.

Retailing for $36.95, the lip liner has a 4.8 star rating out of five and has been extolled by both beauty experts and fans alike.

'I haven't had my lips done in a year or more; I'm really happy with how they look when I overdraw them and I don't have to spend any dollars or risk the complications involved with needles,' she said

‘I haven’t had my lips done in a year or more; I’m really happy with how they look when I overdraw them and I don’t have to spend any dollars or risk the complications involved with needles,’ she said 

Using the pencil, Lauren outlines the very edges of your lips, and then draw two small lines downward from your Cupid's bow on your top lip (left)

Lauren then uses two different lipsticks to get the ideal look (pictured after)

Using the pencil, Lauren recommends you outline the very edges of your lips, and then draw two small lines downward from your Cupid’s bow on your top lip (left)

What are Lauren’s three lip products?

1. Urban Decay lip liner in Naked 2.

2. Too Faced lipstick in Doll Face.

3. Tarte lipstick in Bare Bud. 

Using the pencil, Lauren recommends you outline the very edges of your lips, and then draw two small lines downward from your Cupid’s bow on your top lip.

The blogger then added one line up from the bottom of your bottom lip to where it meets the top lip. 

Next, Lauren took Too Faced’s lipstick in Doll Face, which costs $31, and dotted a layer of it over her lips.

She finished with a swipe of Tarte’s lipstick in the shade Bare Bud, which Lauren applied with a more general swipe. 

Lauren Curtis has always been honest with her fans about what she has and hasn't done, taking to her YouTube channel in 2016 to share her experience with lip injections (pictured)

Lauren Curtis has always been honest with her fans about what she has and hasn’t done, taking to her YouTube channel in 2016 to share her experience with lip injections (pictured) 

While Lauren said she was 'very, very happy with how it turned out' on the first day, it wasn't long before the blogger said she was 'terrified' by day two

While Lauren said she was ‘very, very happy with how it turned out’ on the first day, it wasn’t long before the blogger said she was ‘terrified’ by day two 

'Don't really need to say much it's kind of like terrifying to be honest,' a makeup-free Lauren said to the camera (pictured on day two)

‘Don’t really need to say much it’s kind of like terrifying to be honest,’ a makeup-free Lauren said to the camera (pictured on day two) 

How much does lip filler and Botox cost? 

* According to Laser Clinics Australia, dermal filler for the cheeks and lips costs $1,290.

* Dermal fillers can last up to three to six months and in some cases longer.

* Lips are a high activity area as we use them all the time, this can impact how long the results will last. 

Source: Laser Clinics Australia  

Lauren Curtis has always been honest with her fans about what she has and hasn’t done, taking to her YouTube channel in 2016 to share her experience with lip injections.

While Lauren said she was ‘very, very happy with how it turned out’ on the first day, it wasn’t long before the blogger said she was ‘terrified’ by day two.

‘Don’t really need to say much it’s kind of like terrifying to be honest,’ a makeup-free Lauren said to the camera.

‘Last night I was really upset about it thinking “why did I do this” I should have just been happy with what I had before.’

She also explained that when she visited Sydney, the clinic she went to 'botched' her lips the first time she had them done (pictured on day two)

She also explained that when she visited Sydney, the clinic she went to ‘botched’ her lips the first time she had them done (pictured on day two)

'I don't want any of you to think about getting lip injections and have it all be glamourised by everybody and think that there are no risks involved,' Lauren said (pictured on day three)

‘I don’t want any of you to think about getting lip injections and have it all be glamourised by everybody and think that there are no risks involved,’ Lauren said (pictured on day three) 

Lauren explained how she went back to the clinic to have her lips ‘evened out’, however her lips only got worse.

She also explained that when she visited Sydney, the clinic she went to ‘botched’ her lips the first time she had them done.

As a result the make up pro has had damaged tissue since which then led to the injectables not working properly the third time.

‘I know you’re all curious,’ she said. 

‘I don’t want any of you to think about getting lip injections and have it all be glamourised by everybody and think that there are no risks involved.

‘I’m showing the bad side and the good side.’ 

According to Laser Clinics Australia, dermal filler for the cheeks and lips costs $1,290. 

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