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Do you have the prettiest pout in America?
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If you think you have a great set of smackers, then Softlips wants you to be their next lip model! Enter the Softlips "Picture Perfect Lips" Search, which runs now through to December 31, 2008.

Calling All Pretty Pouts

Softlips, the maker of great flavored lip conditioners, is searching for the prettiest lips in America. To determine who has picture perfect lips, Softlips will look at the shape of your lips and the symmetry between the top and bottom lip, as well as the texture, natural color and degree of fullness. Lips should be smooth and healthy, so that means no chapped, cracked or flaking smackers!

Get Paid to Be Lippy

Sorry guys, but this contest is only open to the girls. If you're a US resident and at least 13 years old, then put your lips to work and apply. Here's what's in it for you - a cash prize of $2,500, a one-year supply of Softlips products, and the honor of having the perfect pucker in America. You'll also get the chance to be represented by a modeling agency in New York City!

Enter Your Winning Lips

To apply for the Softlips "Picture Perfect Lips" Search, fill out an entry form and submit a photo of yourself that really shows off your lips. Your photo will be judged by a panel of expert judges who know a thing or two about lips.

SORRY THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.

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