Best lip plumpers for a soft, pillowy pout

Too Faced Lip Injection Extreme

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Amp up your pucker with the best lip-plumpers – we bet he’ll find several ways to thank you!


Swipe on this tingly serum morning and night, and even the eensiest mouth will transform into a plump, Megan Fox-like pout. Prepare to do a lot of kissing -- he won’t be able to resist you.

Too Faced Lip Injection Extreme, $28,

Duwop Original Lip Venom



This one’s a cult favorite because it was the first lip plumper, ever – and because it works.

Blended with cinnamon, ginger, and wintergreen, this zingy serum stimulates the circulation of blood to your lips, making them luscious and naturally pink!

Duwop Original Lip Venom, $16,

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Dior Crème De Rose Lip Plumping Balm SPF 10



Soft, moisturizing, and faintly scented with crushed roses, this balm leaves lips ultra-full and kissable.

Dior Crème De Rose Lip Plumping Balm SPF 10, $27,

Soap & Glory Super-Colour Sexy Mother Pucker Lip Plumping Gloss



This tingly gloss is spiked with special microspheres that expand when absorbing moisture, giving lips a swollen, oh-so-stimulated (heh heh heh) appearance. Dangerously sexy.

Soap & Glory Super-Colour Sexy Mother Pucker Lip Plumping Gloss, $16,

Bite Beauty Cinnamon Plumping Lip Oil


Lip Oil

Made with food-grade ingredients (mmm…yummy enough to eat), this one-of-a-kind lip plumper is loaded with cinnamon, pepper, and peppermint to increase blood flow and plump lips to an unbearably vampy fullness.

Bite Beauty Cinnamon Plumping Lip Oil, $22,

Dior Addict Lip Maximizer High Volume Lip Plumper



Want instant volume? Swipe this sheer pink gloss over lipstick or wear it alone (the sheeny, sheer pink hue flatters all skin tones). It’s mixed with marine-based fillers that plump up lips to lusciousness!

Bonus: the vanilla-mint scent helps freshen breath.

Dior Addict Lip Maximizer High Volume Lip Plumper, $31,

Kissaholic Aphrodisiac Lip Stain



Blended with plumpers like peppermint and ginger (an aphrodisiac!), this highly pigmented stain not only drenches your lips in color, it leaves them pillowy-full and ripe. Blushing violets need not apply.

(Available in three shades)

Kissaholic Aphrodisiac Lip Stain, $20,

Physicians Formula Needle-Free Plump Potion Plumping Lipstick



In less than a minute after applying, this creamy lip color amplifies our lips to ScarJo status. It’s like magic!

Physicians Formula Needle-Free Plump Potion Plumping Lipstick, $7,

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