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plumper

(plŭm′pĕr) [Middle Low Ger. plump, to fill]
A pad for filling out sunken cheeks, sometimes in the form of a flange or extension from artificial dentures.
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Pucker up this festive season with the Sovage Instant Lip Plumper, available at Harvey Nichols (mail order and stockist +020-7235-5000).
The Maxilip Lip Plumper was sampled and given away to CEW members at the Beauty Insider's Choice Awards Product Demo, held at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York on March 6.
At the end of the 70 minutes, I looked in the mirror and my skin was brighter, plumper and glowing.
According to the company, it fills in wrinkles from the inside both on the forehead and the crow's feet area for visibly smoother and plumper skin.
Yves St Laurent Shiny Lip Plumper in Glossy Brown pounds 14
Afterwards not only did my skin look plumper and brighter but the cares of the day had been eased away too.
LUSCIOUS, plump lips are within everyone's grasp thanks to Sovage Instant Lip Plumper which contains super-smooth moisturising ingredients to make the lips look fuller and diminish wrinkles.
50 by Guerlain ensures a great, moisturised mouth as well as fuller, plumper lips.
SHARLEEN Spiteri has swapped the hunk used in Texas' last video for a plumper model - comedian Peter Kay.
The Dermafresh campaign currently underway in magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Family Circle, US Weekly, First for Woman, Prevention, National Enquirer and others will be modified to feature Pamela Anderson and the lip plumper product by November.
Originally released as a limited edition last year, the flattering, glossy finish is great for making your lips look plumper, and the subtle colour will suit even the most casual occasion.
As the video for ``Let's Wait Awhile'' played on a giant screen, revealing a plumper Jackson falling in love amid the New York skyline, wild cheers came from the audience.