I see a lot of women filling their lips thinking that it looks sexier than their natural lips. My boyfriend thinks that only girls like lip fillers because he doesn't think any guy likes them, but I see a lot of these girls in relationships. Are you more attracted to having big lips instead of thin lips? I wouldn't, but it's because I already have full lips and lip injections don't always look natural. But it's none of my business if someone else does.
Your lips made me think of Angelina Jolie. It's not that yours looks much like hers, but in some photos you can see that she has that 'loose skin' on her lips (I don't know how to explain it but take a look at hers, and I DON'T say this in a negative way because ofc angie is beautiful). Honestly, it makes your lips look more real, since lip fillers would have made your lips much “tighter”. You have the kind of creases in your lips that you wouldn't see on a girl with fillers.
They look naturally full and beautiful. I don't think you look anything like you've eaten fillings, anywhere. Not on your lips or anywhere else. I know exactly what you mean.
Honestly, I'm not trying to brag, but I have a nose shape that a lot of people like, so people always assume I had a nose job. I even had a plastic surgeon ask me if I had one (I was going to a lip lift consultation) It's really frustrating because I know that when I say no they're probably thinking yes, right. I know I shouldn't let it affect me, but yes. Mostly because I'm not ashamed of the work I've done (breasts, stuffing, etc.), why would I lie about that? Yes, I identify myself because I have also been asked if I have taken lip filler.
I would take that as a compliment because you're honestly beautiful (I looked at your profile) and it doesn't matter. Apparently, some lip fillers can also cause scar tissue to form, resulting in permanently larger lips. I've seen your photos and I guess maybe I can see the lip fillers thing, but that's just because it's a very popular trend. However, there is a common misperception, even shared by plastic surgeons, that the filler completely dissolves on its own within 6 months to a year (depending on the filler and the person).
That may seem like a lot of cons, but I am very happy with the lip filler and will continue to do so. There are amazing-looking natural lips, amazing-looking natural lips that are exceptionally good fillers. She had added padding a couple of years ago and was noticeable right after the injection, but now it looks like her lip but a little bigger. You're only being rejected because people who receive fillers hate to hear this, but you can obviously see the effects on people who have been maintaining the fill for years.
Someone has to be very good at this because if they are not, there is a risk that the filler will pass over the lip. What they really needed was to dissolve because they had received so much that the filler began to push up in the area above the lip. I developed a pocket on my upper lip where the filling has settled and caused a noticeable bulge (for me).