Will this Juvederm swelling go away even though I'm 16 days post-injection? Is it overfilled? (Photo)
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Overfilled with # Juvederm?
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Overfilled with Juvederm
Swelling of lips after Juvederm, Restylane or Belotero filler
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By the way, you might check out the work of Dr. Steve Marquardt at Marquardt Beauty Analysis. It has long been known, since ancient times, that 1:1.6 or phi is the golden ratio. This is found throughout nature in flower petals, shells such as the nautilus, butterflies etc. It is no less significant in humans where the most beautiful women, either are blessed with 1:1.6 ratios or approximate this ratio. Besides the lips, these include nose length to medial canthal length ( the medial canthus being the furthest inner reach of the eye); apex of the cheek to the medial canthus etc. The other ratios can be found on Dr. Marquandt's site. An interesting feature at his site, is the ability to take one of your own pictures and assess how close you come to this ideal beauty. You can compare yourself to beauties of the past such as Cleopatra and beauties of the current such as Giselle Bunchen.
At any rate, I don't think your lips look bad at all, and minor tweaking should make them perfect. This in contrast to the terrible lip job done on Rachel Wilson. Watching the Lone Ranger last night, I was not sure which was worse the movie itself, which deserved much better editing, or the cosmetic work done to poor Rachel Wilson, an otherwise great actress. I found her lips very disconcerting as they moved every which way when she spoke or gesticulated. When are these actresses going to realize that the duck bill look is NOT attractive??!
Will this Juvederm swelling go away even though I'm 16 days post-injection? Is it overfilled?
Lips don't look right after Juvederm because your cupids bow is much smaller
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