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Skincare expert reveals how to fill your pout with massage technique and no fillers

A beauty expert has revealed a genius technique for getting fuller, fuller lips without the need for fillers – a brilliant alternative for anyone who can’t get treatment during the pandemic or those who are too nervous to try it out.

New York-based beautician Danna Omari revealed in a viral TikTok video that you can use a special massage technique to ‘plump, tone and strengthen your mouth muscle – the orbicularis oris’, giving you a fuller looking pout.

In the clip, Danna is seen squeezing her lips between her thumb and forefinger, pulling them out to form a duck-like pout, then ‘kneading’ the area around it with her fingers.

All natural! A New York-based beautician has revealed how to fill your pout with a facial massage technique instead of getting fillers

All natural! A New York-based beautician has revealed how to fill your pout with a facial massage technique instead of getting fillers

All natural! A New York-based beautician has revealed how to fill your pout with a facial massage technique instead of getting fillers

All natural! A New York-based beautician has revealed how to fill your pout with a facial massage technique instead of getting fillers

Chubby it up! Danna Omari shared a video with the technique on her TikTok account, explaining how to make your lips look fuller by strengthening the mouth muscle

Chubby it up! Danna Omari shared a video with the technique on her TikTok account, explaining how to make your lips look fuller by strengthening the mouth muscle

Chubby it up! Danna Omari shared a video with the technique on her TikTok account, explaining how to make your lips look fuller by strengthening the mouth muscle

She slowly moves her fingers from one side of her mouth to the other, squeezing her lips before bringing both hands to the center of her pout.

Danna then slowly slides her fingers out from the center to the outer corners of her mouth, holding her lips firmly.

“Chubby, tone, strengthen the mouth muscle!” she wrote in the caption, while also explaining her technique in more detail.

“Take your thumb and index finger, pull gently and knead back and forth,” she wrote. “Do this every day to strengthen the muscle.”

Danna warned that you should make sure that your lips and face are not covered with products that can smooth the skin, and explains that you need a “good grip” to get the best results.

“Make sure you don’t have too much slip so you have a good grip,” she wrote.

It's easy: the technique involves kneading your lips between your thumb and forefinger, from one side of the mouth to the other

It's easy: the technique involves kneading your lips between your thumb and forefinger, from one side of the mouth to the other

It's easy: the technique involves kneading your lips between your thumb and forefinger, from one side of the mouth to the other

It's easy: the technique involves kneading your lips between your thumb and forefinger, from one side of the mouth to the other

It’s easy: the technique involves kneading your lips between your thumb and forefinger, from one side of the mouth to the other

Routine: Danna suggested that you do 30 repetitions of the exercise every day to achieve the best results

Routine: Danna suggested that you do 30 repetitions of the exercise every day to achieve the best results

Routine: Danna suggested that you do 30 repetitions of the exercise every day to achieve the best results

Warning: Danna advises that people who have filler should not do the technique as it can fix it or make your lips look lumpy and uneven

Warning: Danna advises that people who have filler should not do the technique as it can fix it or make your lips look lumpy and uneven

Warning: Danna advises that people who have filler should not do the technique as it can fix it or make your lips look lumpy and uneven

Warning: Danna advises that people who have filler should not do the technique as it can fix it or make your lips look lumpy and uneven

Warning: Danna advises that people who have filler should not do the technique as it can fix it or make your lips look lumpy and uneven

The beauty expert recommends that you do 30 repetitions of the exercise every day to get maximum results – and warns that anyone who has a filler should definitely avoid the technique as it can move the filler and make your lips look lumpy and uneven .

However, for those who are filler-free and looking for a fuller pout, Danna says the technique is the perfect alternative to the cosmetic procedure.

In the comments section, the beautician also revealed that the technique will help reduce the appearance of smile lines.

The video sparked a lot of interested comments, with many users wondering if the technique would really work and how long it would take them to see results.

One person who tried the massage urged other users to try it for themselves and wrote in the comments, “It works!”

In another video, Danna – who specializes in facial massage techniques – reveals that you can also use a gua sha tool to train your mouth muscle, while also relieving tension in the face.

20 great lip products to add to your beauty arsenal

Dr. Brandt Needles No More 3-D Lip Plumpfix ($ 39)

Dr. Brandt Needles No More 3-D Lip Plumpfix ($ 39)

Hourglass N ° 28 lip treatment oil ($ 49)

Hourglass N ° 28 lip treatment oil ($ 49)

Treatment: Dr. Brandt Needles No More 3-D Lip Plumpfix (left, $ 39), Hourglass N ° 28 Lip Treatment Oil (right, $ 49)

Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Lip Pop ($ 22)

Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Lip Pop ($ 22)

CO. Bigelow Mentha lip tint ($ 7.50)

CO. Bigelow Mentha lip tint ($ 7.50)

Beefed up balms: Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Lip Pop (left, $ 22), C.O. Bigelow Mentha Lip Tint (right, $ 7.50)

Kosas Wet Lip Oil Gloss ($ 27)

Kosas Wet Lip Oil Gloss ($ 27)

Tower 28 ShineOn Jelly Lip Gloss ($ 14)

Tower 28 ShineOn Jelly Lip Gloss ($ 14)

Shine on: Kosas Wet Lip Oil Gloss (left, $ 27), Tower 28 ShineOn Jelly Lip Gloss (right, $ 14)

Maybelline SupeSstay Ink Chalk in Lead The Way ($ 7.99)

Maybelline SupeSstay Ink Chalk in Lead The Way ($ 7.99)

Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk ($ 34)

Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk ($ 34)

Netral lip: Maybelline SuperStay Ink Crayon in Lead The Way (left, $ 7.99), Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk (right, $ 34)

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