Lip plumping lipsticks - do they work? Are they worth it?

This poll asks if you've tried any of the lip plumping lipsticks that are on the market and if so, do they work and are they worth it.

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  • Yes, they really do work and are worth it
  • They work somewhat, so they ay be worth it
  • No, they don't work and are not worth it
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    Holly Morris
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    Registered On: April 15, 2022
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    Hi ladies!

    As crossdressers, we always want to look our best, especially when we go out. That means taking care to select the right outfit, the right shoes, doing our nails, making sure our makeup is just right, and so on. As part of doing our makeup, of course we want to apply some lipstick, but many of us are somewhat challenged by not having full, feminine-looking lips like we’d really like to have.

    However, makeup manufacturers heard our plea for help and have come out with lip plumping lipsticks. I haven’t tried them, so I don’t know if they really work or not, but supposedly just by applying this type of lipstick to your lips, something magical happens and your lips will be transformed and appear much fuller and plump. If they really do what they say they do, then they could be a lifesaver for those of us who don’t want to go the full botox injection route to make our lips fuller and plumper.

    So of course, that got me to wondering…

    Do these lp plumping lipsticks really work?

    Hugs,

    Holly

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      Amanda Woods
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      Registered On: November 26, 2019
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      When i use the plumping lip stuff, i enjoy it, maybe works a little bit, at least it makes my lips feel more girly

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      Amanda Porter
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      Registered On: December 28, 2021
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      You are far better to overLine your lips slightly. Plumping just does not give same effect and if you overLine right it enhances your smile beautifully. I had a professional makeup and she did this and what a difference

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      Liara Wolfe
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      Registered On: August 14, 2021
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      I haven’t tried any, but was interested in the opinion of girls. I will probably try some now.

      Hugs, Liara

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      Gina Sinclair
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      Registered On: December 21, 2015
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      I agree with that the lower prices ones do not work, Victoria Secrets used to have a great one until they discontinued it. I have bought some other higher prices and they seem to so a good job . Do not remember the brands right now but one was extreme Lip Plumper if I remember right . I always use the suction thing before applying as well as defoliating lips with a toothbrush   before applying lip plumber then overdraw my lips to give the illusion of full lips

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      Auroras Livingfem
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      Registered On: May 22, 2020
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      I might try either the ice trick or this one ( haven’t tried) and is the use of a small glass cup almost your lips size for maybe 15/30 seconds and always using a mirror it might work I will comment later on the meantime happy dressing. Auroras Livingfem

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      Carolyn Kay
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      Registered On: August 25, 2016
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      The one I use is by Milani, when I apply it there is a tingling sensation and I have noticed minimal results. I usually apply it, let it work, then apply my lipstick over it, it gives a real high gloss look.

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      Rayna Carlian
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      Registered On: March 4, 2020
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      I have seen results in person from higher priced offerings. But the $5 stuff you see at Walgreens isn’t going to do anything more than make your lips tingle for a minute in hopes that you THINK something is happening…

      So, if you need to plump, invest realistic money to get realistic results.

      Have fun out there.

      xoxo

      Rayna

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    • #665904
      Michelle Trott
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      Registered On: April 7, 2021
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      . I have tried several lower priced options with no results. But I started using some from Melaleuca and it really works. They are noticeably fuller. They even feel plumper. Believe it or not but my wife bought it for me. After I started using it she bought four other shades and started using it herself.

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        Roberta Broussard
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        Registered On: July 20, 2020
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        Hi Michelle, what product have you had the best luck with ?

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          Michelle Trott
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          Registered On: April 7, 2021
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          Hi. I use Too Faced Extreme and Maximim Plump. I also use Seibella from Meleauca. I use that the most because it has many different shades that seem to stay on better. I looked at reviews before I started using either of them. Some people say they really sting. You can feel them for a while but I don’t think they are uncomfortable.   Michelle

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