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Kylie Jenner’s Big Sexy Lips — Get Her Plump Pout With Makeup

Fri, January 30, 2015 5:32pm EDT by Dory Larrabee 13 Comments

Kylie’s lips are the talk of the town! Get her plump pout with this makeup tutorial below. Click to watch!

Kylie Jenner, 17, is growing up before our eyes and nothing seems to be growing quite like the size of her lips! Kylie says it’s all due to makeup and lip liner — learn her tricks for a sexy pout below!

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Kylie Jenner’s Lips — Get Her Exaggerated Pout

Lip liners are the key to making your lips appear bigger. Lining lips just outside the line of your natural shape makes them appear more plump and larger.

Using a colored lip liner can be a bit intimidating, though, so we have a solution for first time users!

Get Kylie Jenner’s Big Lips

To get Kylie’s beautiful, big lips, use Lipstick Queen’s Invisible Lip Liner. This is actually a great tool for anyone wearing lipstick — it prevents the color from streaking, bleeding or smudging.

Invisible Lip Liner

Maybe this is what Taylor Swift uses for her perfect red pout?

Makeup Artist Tips For Kylie Jenner’s Lips

Kylie told Cosmopolitan for their February issue: “You guys have watched me grow up since I was 9. My face is going to get different. Now, I know how to do my makeup, contour and everything. I’m not against surgery. I’d never say no, but I don’t desire it right now.”

LORAC National Artist Dean Fournier told HollywoodLife.com readers how to copy the look using makeup:

“1) Make sure area around lips is concealed and lightly powdered. This will help with the wear and prevent bleeding.

2) Line the lips starting slightly above the Cupid’s bow and the same for the center of bottom lip. Continue to over draw slightly on the sides, then make sure you get back to your natural lip line before lining the corners of your mouth — this will prevent you from looking clownish.

3) Fill in the lip line you just created with the lip liner. Soften the center by running your finger gently across your lips a few times.

4) Apply the lipstick with a heavy hand in the center of the lips first. Then, use a lip brush to blend the lipstick over the drawn out lip line. If you coat the lipstick too heavily over the drawn out lip line it could bleed.

If you want to take it to the next level you can always lightly apply an even lighter lipstick (in the same color family) on the center of your lips.”

Will you try this clear lip liner, HollywoodLifers?

— Dory Larrabee