Ever found yourself at a party, practically stalking the waiter with the hors d'oeuvres tray? If your answer is "yes," then Huge Lips, Skinny Hips Lip Plumper is for you. And if your answer is "no," you're totally lying.

The secret to this tasty lip-plumping gloss is 10% Hoodia Gordoni extract, a natural appetite suppressant extracted from cactus-like plants in South Africa and Nambia. Used for centuries by the locals for its hunger curbing abilities, Hoodia has more recently made its way into pills to decrease hunger. Hoodia works by mimicking the effects of glucose on the brain, tricking it into thinking you've just eaten.

Read more on Huge Lips, Skinny Hips after the jump, and for instant nonfat-ification, click below for tips on using makeup to take weight off your face.

Skinny Makeup: Slenderize Your Face

    Ever asked yourself the question: Does this lipstick make me look fat? Well, apparently you should be. Your favorite lipstick shade can actually add weight to your face.

    "Dark, solid lipsticks can decrease the size of the lips, making the jaw line and lower half of your face look fuller if you already have a round face," says Jane Iredale Makeup Artist Kevin Mendelson. Instead, opt for light to medium glossy shades for fuller lips that better balance out and slenderize your face.

    Here, we've got more tips from expert makeup artists on easy ways to shave pounds off your face.

    - Melissa Goldberg

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    Neatly tweezed and softly arched eyebrows "give definition to the face, making it look less full and round," says celeb makeup artist Nick Barose. Once you've shaped your brows, brush the hair up and outwards with clear mascara, and fill in sparse spots if necessary with a pencil one shade lighter than your hair color.

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    Conceal A Double Chin

    Apply a shade three tones deeper than your skin color under your entire chin, stopping just below your jaw line and blending completely into your neck. The darker shade creates the illusion of depth and hides a double chin, says Jamie Kern Lima, co-founder of It Cosmetics. For more advanced contouring tricks, try My Sculpted Face Palette, which comes with detailed directions.

    It Cosmetics My Sculpted Face Palette, $38. www.itcosmetics.com

    My Sculpted Face

    The No-Surgery Nose Job

    A large or full nose can make anyone look heavier, especially in portrait photos. Cheat definition by blending a deeper contour color along the sides of your nose and highlighting down the center with a lighter shade, says New York Makeup Artist Laura Geller. Try Laura Geller Shade-N-Sculpt.

    Laura Geller Shade-N-Sculpt, $38. www.sephora.com

    Laura Geller

    Lift With Mascara

    You can fake a mini eyelift by first curling your lashes and then applying your favorite mascara to the ends of lashes with the tip of the wand pointed upwards, says Stila Celebrity Makeup Artist Sarah Lucero. This handy little trick creates the illusion of a lift and elongates the face.

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    Slenderize With Bronzer

    Quick blending with a fluffy blush brush can sculpt a face with slimming definition in seconds. "Apply a neutral tan powder along your cheek bones, up to the temples and into the hairline, and along the jaw line to create dimension," advises Alphonse Weibelt, VP of Brand Development at BeingTRUE. Try BeingTRUE Protective Mineral Foundation.

    BeingTRUE Protective Mineral Foundation SPF 17 Powder, $40. www.beingtrue.com

    Being True Cosmetics

    Make Your Lips Pop

    A savvy way to draw attention away from a full neck or cheeks is to accentuate your lips. Try this celeb-loved trick. Lightly line your lips, add a pretty medium shade, and then apply light shimmer powder to your Cupid's Bow (the "v" part of your upper lip) and a dab to the center of your lips, says Achelle Dunaway of e.l.f. Cosmetics.

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    Avoid Smoky Eyes

    Deep, shadowy layers of color set eyes closer together, which exacerbates the look of a full face, says Jane Iredale Makeup Artist Kevin Mendelson. Instead, opt for a "cleaner" look with an emphasis on mascara and subtle eyeliner for definition in order to better balance your face.

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    Highlight Your Center Face

    To take the contouring tips to another level, contrast the deeper shades you've outlined your face in with a highlighted center face for a fully chiseled look. Sweep a light shimmer powder over your upper cheek bones, brow bones and the inner corners of your eyes, suggests Cameron Vaught, Lead Makeup Artist of theBalm. Try TheBalm Overshadow in No Money No Honey.

    TheBalm Overshadow in No Money No Honey, $14. www.sephora.com

    The Balm

    Apply Blush The Right Way

    "Women usually apply blush in the wrong place. Think of blush as a bustier – it should push the girls – or your cheekbones – up!" says Michael Marcus of Michael Marcus Cosmetics. For a lifting contour, line your brush up with your pupil, then position it right on the apple of your cheek and apply color going straight back to the center of your ear.

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Fittingly, Karen Robinovitz, a New York-based journalist and the brains behind Huge Lips Skinny Hips, came up with the idea at a fashion week party. "I was the person standing where the food was coming out so I could get first dibs on the treats. I thought to myself - my pants are already a size to small, yet here I am...I wish I had a lip gloss that would curb my appetite." When Robinovitz exclaimed that she should call her friends in the beauty industry to get them to make this product, her enterprising husband replied. "Um, no - you need to make this gloss." And Huge Lips, Skinny Hips was born.

The paraben-free gloss also features Meadow Foam to bind moisture to the skin and Lemon Peel Oil to cool and soothe. And Vitamin B3 stimulates blood flow to the lip surface, filling in wrinkles and plumping without stinging or burning. This isn't a gimmick to stop women from eating, but a way to be "more conscious, not mindlessly shoving food down throat," said Robinovitz. And no worries, food won't mess up your shiny, full lips.

The collection includes six yummy glosses, ranging from sheer clear to sultry red, inspired by Robinovitz's favorite icons and philosophies: Red Sole Worship, Kate Kitty, Poledancer, Lychee Martini, Love Your Thighs, No Panty Lines.

Huge Lips, Skinny Hips ($20) will be available this March at Scoop and Space NK. Be the first to hear when it launches - sign up here!

- Dana Oliver