It is made by a company called Dream Weave & Co and you get two tubes, the actual lip gloss which is clear (has a sponge applicator) and the Mix Up The Voltage drops. You put the drops into the lip gloss depending on how much voltage you want and mix for 20 seconds. I only used 1 drop which is low voltage for my first time using it as I had heard it can hurt quite a bit, and I'm not going to lie, it did hurt but it was bearable and the pain wore off after about ten minutes so I then went for two drops (medium voltage) and after the pain wore off I went for it with 3 (high voltage).
|Before and after Lip Voltage|
|Before and after Lip Voltage side view|
You can tell from my before and after pictures that it does make quite a noticeable difference, I loved the effect and it is definitely worth going through that bit of pain!
The lasting power is really good and I had nice plump lips for the whole day without having to reapply anymore voltage.
Lip voltage does what it claims and I am very impressed with it and I'm glad I managed to eventually get hold of one.
It seems to always be out of stock but its worth a quick search on Google for stockists and check the Lip Voltage Twitter page. It costs around £15.99.
Have you tried Lip Voltage yet?