What do you mean with “empire style beautification”?
I wanted to show the picture of Napoleone as a good comparison.
The portrait of Lucinano was the best I have managed to find. I have seen six portraits of him. All but the one last to be made has empire style beautification. Unfortunately he stands partly hidden on this portrait. (You can’t see his left eye.) As such I took the one of the five others I found most credible. It in fact does not show any other signs of intentional beautification. The portraits of his bother Napoleone does not do that either.
In contrast, the portrait of Franz does. He was the son of Napoleone. I included it as one of only four which are similar enough to each other for me to tell they depict the same person. I think he then really looked like on the other portrait, he was just a little younger. (He may have had more short-cropped hair, too.) Yes, I find it completely sensible that he had such strange lips. I have met a Moroccan who had this very trait. It is also documented that his own mother had it.