Having a perfect lip shape is what many people want, beautiful lips always make us look more attractive, so do you know what kind of lip shape is the perfect lip shape?
What are the different types of lips?
1. Full lips
Plump lips are perfectly proportioned, with balanced upper and lower lips, appearing plump and soft. The shape and volume of a person's lips play an important role in human perception of beauty, and fuller lips in relation to facial width are desirable trait.
2. Bow lips
The arched lips are plump with a prominent Cupid bow and a pronounced depression in the middle of the upper lip.
3. Heart shaped lips
People with heart-shaped lips also have a pronounced cupid bow at the top, but may also have a sharper lower lip.
4. Top-heavy lips
If your upper lip is heavy and your Cupid bow is silent, your lip shape may be top-heavy.
5. Sagging lips
When your lower lip is fuller than your upper lip, this is considered a lower lip shape.
6. Thin lips
If your upper and lower lips are naturally slender and less voluminous, they probably fall into this category.
7. Wide lips
Wide lips are longer, creating a smile that extends from cheek to cheek.
8. Curved lips
Downturned lips are naturally slightly downwards rather than upwards towards the corners.
What is the ideal lip shape?
1. Perfect proportions
Symmetry seems to be the key to a traditionally attractive lip shape, with full lips considered the most attractive. Many people try to make their lips look fuller and achieve a 1/1 ratio between the upper and lower lips.
Some people do this by covering their lips with a dark color, while others use a lip plumping cream combined with concealer or two different nude lipsticks. Some people also have effective lip filler surgery for this purpose.
2. Cupid's Bow
In addition to having a sexy look, the most attractive lips often feature an eye-catching Cupid bow, which stands out due to its sharp tip. Cupid's bow lips have historically been attractive. To show off this natural lip shape without looking fake, people often choose to accentuate this feature with soft, natural lipsticks in pink, brown or red.
3. The Golden Ratio
If the golden ratio is followed, the perfect lip would be 1.618 times larger than the upper lip and 1.618 times wider than the nose width. If you're determined to accentuate your lips, you may find it helpful to keep these proportions in mind.