Beautiful female lips are not only the center of attention in the lower third of the face, but also the center of attention for men and the envy of women. And when they are full and well-defined, they lend youth, health, attractiveness and sexuality to your face. Wider, fuller, beautifully curved lips with a bright red color and a short upper white lip are all signs of female attractiveness.
One of the biggest challenges for a beautician is to achieve a natural look after lip augmentation.
To achieve natural results, it is important to understand our basic anatomy and it is just as important to accurately assess your lips to understand what is possible and what is not.
The rarely achievable "perfect lips" should be curved, well-defined, with a clear Cupid bow. The Phi proportions (1: 1.6) go a long way towards creating a perfect lip, where the lower lip should be 1.6 times thicker than the upper lip. The lower lip should also be longer than the upper lip. The corners of the mouth should be at least straight and preferably slightly raised. Again, based on Euclidean proportions, the distance between the nose and the upper lip should be 1 to 1.6 times the distance from the lower lip to the chin.
The lips are of course a three-dimensional structure and the cosmetologist Mei SPA-Studio looks at and evaluates your profile. The Steiner Line is the line from the middle of the nostrils to the chin. The lips should barely touch hers. When they cross this line, the lips look too prominent. Our goal is to get a vertical, not anterior projection.
An important point to check when lip augmentation is the angle of the nose to the lips. Armijo et al. it was found that this value should be between 93.4 and 98.5 degrees for men and between 95.5 and 100.1 degrees for women.
The concavity of the upper lip should also be assessed. There should be a "springboard", that is, a slight elevation of the border of the upper lip along its entire length; this point is called the Glogau-Klein point (the point of inflection of the lip that passes from bare skin to mucous membrane), avoiding "shelves", "duck lips" and other nicknames associated with overcorrection.
Due to aging, the lips become thin and lose their shape. The upper lip becomes flat and elongated and actually covers the upper teeth, which is very important for a smile. Radial static lip lines or "smoker lines" become visible as a result of loss of elasticity of the skin and subcutaneous tissue.
All these mind-blowing calculations are made by our cosmetologist so that your lips are perfect. After all, 90% of success depends on who is behind the needle.
Do you want to have the same lips as the girl in the photo? (The work of our cosmetologist Julia).
Then stop dreaming. Sign up for lip augmentation right now.
Your lips are worth it!