Dolls, get it together: You’re doing a #KylieJennerLipChallenge all wrong.
Kylie Jenner‘s ideal simper is a outcome of genetics and mouth liner—not sucking a shot potion or a bottle until your blood vessels burst. It seems, though, that trying-to-be-trendy teenagers are confused: Bruised isn’t beautiful, distended isn’t sexy, and documenting brash DIY face alteration on amicable media is a bad idea.
But if we try a #KylieJennerLipChallenge hasthag on Twitter, tumblr or Instagram, you’ll see an annoying series of immature women and group doing potentially irrevocable repairs to their uninformed faces in a name of beauty.
“The new trend in perplexing to DIY mouth plumping is utterly concerning,” Dendy Engelman, a dermatologic surgeon, tells Seventeen. “Not usually can poignant pain, swelling, and bruising outcome from these suction techniques, though there is intensity risk for scarring and permanent discolouration with steady attempts.”
Cosmetic surgeon Pordiis Kjartansdottir warns opposite holding a #KylieJennerLipChallenge as well, revelation Metro U.K., “I can unequivocally contend that this would be dangerous even only to try it, and generally somebody does it some-more than once.”
“The lips spin blue since blood fills adult and they could simply turn putrescent and remove all sensation,” adds Dr. Kjartansdottir. “It is a unequivocally dangerous attempt and I’d advise strongly opposite anybody perplexing it.”
Yeah, only don’t. And FWIW, Kylie herself has zero to do with this freaky phenomenon. Line your lips like crazy, though don’t twist yourselves, dolls. Cosmetics are your friends, though vicious Internet crazes are not.