Just pop the silicone lips into your mouth and repeat vowel sounds, according to directions, for a “more youthful, vibrant” face.
He was quite a sight— young, telegenic, vibrant, even if he was an unapologetic wonk.
Besides which there's something fun and vibrant about a publication wherein the principal voices have at one another.
1550s, "agitated," from Latin vibrantem (nominative vibrans) "swaying," present participle of vibrare "move to and fro" (see vibrate). Meaning "vigorous, full of life" is first recorded 1860. Related: Vibrantly.