Drs: Fake Plastic Surgery With Makeup + Cold-Fighting Shot

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The Doctors: Fake Fuller Lips With Makeup

Want bigger lips, a smaller nose, or a fuller face, but can’t afford plastic surgery? You can afford to fake it, and The Doctors welcomed the author of “How to Fake Real Beauty,” Ramy Gafni to share his techniques. A woman named Tanya joined them as well to be the model for the day. Ramy explained that to make your lips look fuller, try a lip pencil that is a little bit deeper in color than the tone of your lips, and blend around the lip line. Fill the lower lip with a highlighter then go over it with a sheer sparkling gloss. You can also use a little highlighter right above and below the lips and blend it out to create the illusion of even fuller lips.

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The Doctors: Makeup Tips For Smoother Complexion &  Bigger Eyes

Drs: Fake Plastic Surgery With Makeup + Cold-Fighting Shot

The Doctors looked at techniques you can use to make your lips and eyes appear fuller, without plastic surgery. (auroragb / Flickr)

To fake a perfect complexion, Ramy used a wrinkle relaxing cream on any line or wrinkle, blending it back and forth to fill in the line. He then set it with a primer to lock in the relaxer and create a smoother surface. He then went over each line or wrinkle with a concealer that matches the skin tone to eliminate depth of the lines. He also mixed a little highlighter and blush to give Tanya a youthful glow. He used contouring and highlighting on her nose to make her nose look slimmer.

Finally, for her eyes, Ramy filled in her eyebrows and used concealer from the brow line to the lash line. He used eyeliner on the upper lash line and mascara only on the upper lashes, with shadow on the crease of her eye and highlighter across her lid. The before and after pictures were truly remarkable!

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The Doctors: Health-Boosting Foods

Next, The Doctors welcomed nutritionist Melissa Ramos, who shared some of her favorite foods for improving you health. Try consuming foods like mushroom soup, which is hypoallergenic and anti-inflammatory, made with cauliflower and coconut milk rather than heavy cream. You can also sip on a smoothie to prevent yeast infections, made with strawberries, cinnamon, ginger, and vegan protein powder. Finally, to protect yourself during cold and flu season, try taking a shot made of pineapple juice, fresh ginger juice, Manuka honey, and cayenne

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