The Power of Beauty by Julie Bilotta – 12 Tips on Lip Fillers – 120417

Cornwall Ontario –  Every thing you should known before getting lip fillers

The past few years lip fillers have been all the rage especially with the Kylie Jenner craze more and more people are heading out to get a lip augmentation.

Photo by Marc Zapanta ThePrinceOfVanity – Screenshot from Kylie Jenner Makeup & Skincare Interview, CC BY 3.0, 

With so many different fillers on the market and so much interest in them i thought i would dedicate this column to lip fillers and all the facts and fiction.

Lip augmentation is a type of cosmetic surgery or non-surgical procedure where they inject a lip filler to enhance and enlarge your lips. They can last anywhere from 3 months to 18 months depending on which filler you decide to go with. The most recommended lip fillers are the ones made from Hyaluronic acid a sugar found naturally in your body that adds temporary volume when injected to your lips.

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Generally people start off with a full 1ml of lip filler but some go with .5ml for a more subtle look it really depends on the look you’re going for. Ive personally been experimenting with lip fillers for quite some time now and over a 4 month time span have gone up to 3.5MLS which is definitely a more dramatic look but i absolutely love it. In the past I’ve tried Restylane which can last anywhere from 3-6 months and then tried Juvederm which can last 6-9 months and then finally tried Teosyal Kiss which can last anywhere from a year to 18 months so far I haven’t lost any volume and my lips are still quite full. So lets go over a list of things I think you should know before booking your appointment.

1.If for any reason you are not happy with the results or want to go back to your normal size its totally fine because you can actually go back to the professional who performed the augmentation and have them dissolved.

2.The prices for lip injections vary but its generally around the $500 mark for a full 1ML.

3.Different lip fillers work better for different people thats why its important to do your research and schedule a consultation with a plastic surgeon or a nurse practitioner.

4.The longevity of your lip fillers will also depend on how fast your body metabolizes them.

5.The procedure is pretty quick they’ll apply a numbing cream on your lips for about 20 minutes after that it takes about 10 minutes for the actual procedure.

6.Your lips will be swollen and the final results will be visible after approximately 2 weeks. There is a chance of bruising so if you have a special event to go to I would definitely do it the week before so that it gives your lips time to heal.

7.Im sure you’re wondering how bad it hurts and I personally don’t find it painful while others will say it was so its really going to depend on your tolerance to pain.

8.You may notice some small bumps which usually smooth out within a week or two but if not your injector can remove them.

9.There’s really not much after care except not touching your lips for the first 48 hours and no lipstick for about 6-8 hours.

10.Definitely know your options there’s so many fillers on the market to choose from so look into it and see which one is better suited for you.

11.Yes you can bring in a photo for reference but don’t be disappointed if they aren’t identical to the look you wanted everyone’s lips are shaped differently.

12.I wouldn’t recommend getting more then 1ML your first time if they aren’t big enough after they’ve settled then make another appointment and gradually increase them from there.

If you have lip fillers already I would love to hear about your experience if its something your planning on getting done let or have any questions let me know in the comments below!

Please post your comments and questions below and thanks for reading!

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Julie Bilotta runs a facebook group called  👑Makeup Queens👑   with over 9,000 members based in Cornwall Ontario.

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  1. I’ve always been super curious about the removal process or if it was possible for lip injections, super cool that it is!

  2. Absolutely love when Julie helps others understand beauty tips and tricks and give great advice! I’ve always wanted lip fillers and after seeing hers and reading this article, it has motivated me a bit more. Great article!

  3. I personally wouldn’t get them but it’s interesting to know more about them & the different kinds you can get etc… 🙂

  4. Great info ty

  5. Your tips were helpful, it really doesn’t sound as horrible as people make it out to be !

  6. Thanks Julie for letting us know the importance of beauty especially this weeks column. I wanted to try lip fillers but I’m sceptical but now I have alittle understanding. Xo

  7. See, I could never do lip fillers, in too scared. But my question is, does it leave any scars what so ever??

  8. I love reading your beauty columns Julie. I love the tips and tricks you write about.

  9. Love this artical defiantly very informative for me.

  10. Very informative!

  11. I never knew you could get them disloved!

  12. Always love reading your weekly columns Julie!

  13. I Enjoy reading ur columns!! Keep it up girl 🙂

  14. I’d never be able to do this but I’ve seen some done and they can look very natural. Interesting to read that they can be dissolved. What’s involved with that process?

  15. What an amaxing column. You have done so much aND I am so proud of you

  16. What a good read

  17. Hey everyone! Thank you for taking the time to read my columns and comment in answer to a few questions lip infections do not leave any scaring and your lips go back to normal after the filler is gone! In answer to the question regarding having them dissolved, it’s basically just a needle that removes all the filler in one shot it’s pretty quick and your lips go back to normal 🙂

  18. This info helped, I had a lot of questions about lip injections.. best to educate yourself before doing! Now I cannot wait to do this!!

  19. Great info! Love “makeup queens”, let’s me learn and share my passion xo

  20. Great info! Love “Makeup Queens” xo

  21. Even this article was very Informative to anyone who’s wanting lip fillers and suggesting to really look Into it more is definitely worth it to research further to each their own

  22. Love love love ✅

  23. Julie ur absolutely amazing and ur words and everthing is amazing too

  24. I personally wouldn’t get them but it’s interesting to know more about them, and can definitely recommend this to my girlfriends who are interested !

  25. Great information! Thank you for sharing it’s always great to know that if you do get fillers and don’t like the look of it that it could be removed. Very helpful !

  26. It’s always amazing seeing a woman achieving great things, from a unfortunate situation ✨

  27. I’ve never tried this, but it’s interesting to learn about it.

  28. Create tips! Always curious and answered some questions thanks!

  29. Super interesting! I’ve been thinking about doing this for so long… Your lips are goals!

  30. enjoy reading your columns, very imformative…

  31. Interesting column Julie and thanks for all the great tips. I get Botox but not in my lips…yet lol

  32. Great coloum

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