We’ve all heard of the ‘trout pout’ and seen pictures in the newspapers of lip enhancement gone wrong. While there’s no denying that there are many examples of overly done lips out there, lip fillers—if used judiciously—can help you to achieve a proportional degree of extra volume. The key to achieving a proportionate look is finding a skilled and experienced practitioner who isn’t just going to inflate your lips but will work with your natural contours to enhance the features you already have in a subtle and effective way. Below are some of the top practitioners in the Glasgow area, all of whom are highly trained and can be trusted to help you on your way to a natural, but enhanced look.
I would recommend visiting one of the practitioners listed on this site because they have the necessary training and experience you should be looking for. The world of dermal fillers is very poorly regulated, so it’s a case of ‘buyer beware’—do your research, make sure you know who you’re seeing, what training they have, what their previous work looks like, and what product they’ll be using. That’s right, you want to ask about the product because there are some untested and potentially dangerous products out there. The practitioners listed below will all use reliable brands.
Glasgow is the most populous city in Scotland and, along with satellite towns such as Paisley and East Kilbride, the area of Glasgow and the Clyde Valley accounts for a significant proportion of the entire Scottish population. Glasgow is also the place to go if you’re looking for tweakments north of the border in the UK. Many top practitioners have accumulated there, offering a high-class service to a curious and engaged customer base. Part of what makes tweakments so popular in the Glasgow area is the willingness to talk about enhancements in general. While it’s somewhat taboo in London to say that you’ve had lip fillers, when I’ve been to Glasgow I’ve found that people are much more ready to say, “Absolutely, I’ve had fillers and I think they look great.” There’s a lot of body positivity here, too, so it’s not about looking different—it’s about enhancing what you already have. This is the exact approach I advocate on my social media platforms, which is one of the reasons I’m something of a Glasgow fan.