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Lip augmentation with hyaluronic acid is a commonly performed procedure that allows you to correct the shape and size of the lips. If performed correctly, lip augmentation can achieve a natural effect and the lips harmonize with the rest of the face. However, it sometimes happens that an improperly performed procedure or succumbing to the pressure of the client to use too large amount of the filler leads to the formation of the so-called duckbill, i.e. unnaturally convex lips. The risk of such an undesirable end effect is eliminated in the hottest lip modeling technique known all over the world – talking about the Russian Lips which we create by hyaluron pen and call Russian Volume Doll Lips technique.

What is Russian lips technique?
Traditional lip filling techniques correct the asymmetry of the mouth, both between the upper and lower lips and between the left and right sides of the mouth. Modeling the lips also allows you to emphasize the Cupid’s arch, raise the corners of the lips and increase the volume of the lips. In turn, the Russian lips technique provides the effect of full lips while controlling their shape and volume. In this way, the risk of excessive lip enlargement and the formation of the so-called duckbill. Obtaining a very natural effect and giving the lips a heart-like shape is possible with many shots by hyaluron pen

There are several application techniques, but the most important thing is to apply the product only to the red lip, avoiding the introduction of filler in the area of ​​the skin above the upper lip. Then only the lip is enlarged, but without the effect of its inharmonious bulge.

Section 1Russian Volume Doll Lips
Lecture 1About Mapping. How to create those lips. Where to shot
Lecture 2First model step by step
Lecture 3Second model, all procedure
Lecture 4Book

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