Lindsanity Lohan is finally going to get punished for being such a hot mess!
And as an added bonus, we’ll get a break from her fishy looking lip injections for 90 days. Hopefully most of her Juvederm will have dissolved by then and we won’t have to see the trout pout anymore 🙂
Lindsanity definitely had a thin upper lip before she got them injected, so she was a reasonable candidate for lip augmentation with fillers like Juvederm. The person who injected her didn’t follow the rules for great looking lips though…
Rule #1: The Lower Lip Should Always Be Fuller
The lower lip should always be fuller than the upper lip. When the upper lips catches up in fullness with fillers, the trout comes out. And when the upper lip is fuller than the lower lip, things get really awful!
Rule #2: No Pout Without Pouting
There’s no doubt the full pouty lips can be sexy, but if you look like you’re pouting your lips all the time, you got too much filler injected. A full-time pout is a dead giveaway for lip injections.
Rule #3: The Classic Lip Ratio
We already said that the lower lip should always be fuller than the upper lip, but how much fuller? It should be 1.6 times fuller… to be precise. In other words, the upper lip should be slightly more than half the size of the lower lip to look natural. If the upper lip is even smaller than this, that’s when lip injections work well. A thin upper lip can be augmented with fillers to match the classic ratio with the lower lip. The ratio is precise, so the injections must also be precise.
Maybe Lindsanity’s SCRAM bracelet got in the way during her injections 🙂
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