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Dermal lip filler can be cleverly used to disguise a 'gummy' smile, Natalie Portman and Jennifer Garner are perfect examples of this, keeping the lips natural but with less gum showing Treatment: #nonsurgical dermal filler What: injections to enhance the area Treatment time: 30mins Results: immediate, individual results may vary, lasts up to 6 months Phone: 07814318816 Email: ehswork1@hotmail.co.uk Website: https://m.facebook.com/DrSwiftAesthetics/ Anaesthetic: numbing cream MUST ONLY BE PERFORMED BY A DENTIST OR A DOCTOR OR A NURSE WITH A PRESCRIBING QUALIFICATION Location: @hidden_gem_beauty_parlour Chorley and mobile #nosecrets #lipfiller #fillers #beauty #lipaugmentation #HiddenGemBeauty #flawless #lips #pout #lipenhancement #contouring #Chorleyfiller #LipfillerPreston #dermalfillerPreston #manchesterfiller

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Before and after #contour

Before and after #contourabs Still some editing I need to do, but I made a quick contouring video to be posted on YouTube. Getting in all the practice I can before the next costumed extravaganza! I opted for a light two pack.. Nothing too drastic. #contouring #highlighting #abs #youtube #cheating

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An extract on #contouring

Contouring is usually produced by placing a warm or cool toned colour that is one or two shades darker than the skin color in areas such as in the hollows of the cheeks, on the side of the nose, and on the temples to give a shadow and slimming effect. It can be complemented with a highlighter that is one or two shades lighter than the skin color on areas of the face that is more prominent such as on the apples on the cheeks and the tip of the nose or the t-zone.

In 16th century, contouring started with stage actors. In Elizabethan England, stage actors would apply chalk and soot to their faces to help audience members read their facial expressions. In the late 1800s, when electricity was invented and lights were widely use, soot was no longer an option. Instead of soot, actors would use greasepaint to help audience members decipher their emotions. In 1800s-1900s, Queen Victoria deemed makeup as vulgar, only stage actors and prostitutes wore makeup. Makeup could only be purchased in costume stores. In the 1920s and 30s, contouring could be seen in the film world. German actress, Marlene Dietrich would contour her face for her films. She would accentuate the natural lines of her face with shading and sculpting. In 1934, makeup artist Max Factor was famous for applying makeup for stage actors. He added shading to the face so that it wouldn't appear flat on film. In 1945, he released the first tutorial on how to contour the face, for different face shapes. In 1944, Ben Nye, a famous makeup artist, did the makeup for characters in Gone with the Wind (film) and Planet of the Apes (1968 film). He then created his own makeup line, which is still popular today. In the 1950s, a time of Old Hollywood glamour, features were subtly contoured and shaded. Actresses like Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, and Elizabeth Taylor. In the 1990s, makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin was responsible for the sculpted, chiseled look of Gwyneth Paltrow, Cindy Crawford, and Janet Jackson. In the 2000s, the practice of "body contouring" the application of contouring to other parts of the body than the face, such as shinbones or breasts ("boob contouring") became more widely noticed as a result of the increasing number of images of celebrities appearing in social media.

Obesity is in epidemic proportions in the US and many parts of the world. It is defined as a condition where a person's body mass index (BMI) is 30 or greater. BMI is calculated by dividing the patient's weight in kilograms by their height in meters, squared. Normal weight individuals have a BMI that ranges from 18 to 25. Overweight people have a BMI from 26 to 30, with 30 and above people considered obese. Once the BMI reaches 35 and above, patients are considered morbidly obese. From a BMI of 30 and above a person's life span is shortened. In addition, obesity negatively affects the economic health of a society as well as other aspects of adult and child health, often for life. Childhood obesity is on the rise in Europe as well.

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