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Permanent Lipgloss

Experience the pinnacle of lip artistry with my Permanent Lip Gloss service. Using advanced techniques, I infuse pigments into your lips, creating a luscious, lasting tint that requires no daily application. Enjoy the allure of perpetually glossy lips that complement your natural beauty. Whether you desire a subtle enhancement or a bolder statement, my personalized approach ensures the perfect shade and shape for your unique style. Say goodbye to constant touch-ups and hello to the everlasting glamour of perfectly tinted lips. Book your session now to embrace the timeless elegance of Permanent Lip Gloss, where beauty meets convenience.

Pricing

Lip Liner

$200

Full Lip

$400

F.A.Q

What Is Lip Blush?

Lip blush is a type of semipermanent cosmetic tattooing procedure achieved. During the lip-blushing process we use only the best highest quality, lip-blushing tools to outline and fill in the lips. We also use only the very best Pigments for even color application and to ensure that the color fades true to tone, for natural-looking color that never smudges or budges. By implanting the right color into the correct layer of the lip tissue, the lips emerge more beautiful and more symmetrical, with better color and shape. We can also contour and color correct for the appearance of volume. By building consistent, soft color across the lips’ natural shape, they appear fuller, plumper, polished, and more youthful appearance. The best products for the best results!

How long does Lip Blush last?

Everyone’s skin is different, so the results vary, after your initial session and the touch up, your results should last between 2-5 years. Additional touch ups may be required depending on the person and look desired. Permanent makeup ink is not the same as body art ink, and by design it does not last as long as body art ink. Of course, the darker the lip blushing color, the longer it lasts. Color retention depends on your health, lifestyle, and proper aftercare, which entails exfoliating, moisturizing, and protecting the lips from the sun, Lip balm with sunscreen provides ample protection without drying out the lips.

How to prepare for a Lip Blush procedure?

When you are ready to get semi-permanent lip blush, you need to follow certain rules before and after the procedure to ensure that your skin is in the best condition for the best results. Make sure to do the following things as part of your preparation for the procedure:

  • If you are prone to cold sores, lip tattooing can cause outbreaks. We ask that our clients take their prescribed anti-viral medication a few days prior to their appointment and after the procedure to prevent that. Consult with your doctor for best.
  • If you have an outbreak, or any other type of scratch/acne we ask that you reschedule your appointment as soon as possible.
  • Avoid taking aspirin, vitamin E, fish oils, or ibuprofen at least 1-2 days before and after the procedure.
  • Avoid alcohol and caffeine 48 hours before and after the procedure.
  • For optimal results, the skin to be treated should not be irritated.
  • Cosmetic sessions such as lip injections and chemical peels should be done 3-4 weeks before the procedure.
  • No laser, Botox, or electrolysis on or around the session area at least one week prior to the procedure.

Preparation and precaution is the key to get the best result after the procedure.

Procedure for Lip Blush

  • To begin, our professional will numb your lips to reduce pain and discomfort.
  • We will discuss your preferred lip shape and tone, we will draw the shape in with lip pencil. as well as any drawings of the shape with measurements to ensure as much symmetry is achieved as possible. During this time, the best customized shape for every client is chosen. To enable women to preview what the finished outcome would look like, Our clients will preview their lip color with our matching lip gloss prior to the start of the procedure to ensure that the perfect color is selected for each client.
  • The process involves using little needles to deposit pigment into your lips to make an outline and fill in. To assist in generating an equal tone, this is done in numerous layers. Lip-blushing is an extremely meticulous process that takes an hour and a half to two hours to complete. Since results last up to 1-2 years, it’s good to know that our PMU artists pay so much attention to detail.
  • This touch-up is done a five-six weeks after your first appointment. This touch up is scheduled the way that it is because the healing process is different for everyone, and it takes about 40-45 days to allow your pigment color to settle in and your skin to fully heal before we will do your touch-up. Your lips are not considered completed until your touch-up has been done and allowed to heal.

What to expect?

  • There will be moderate swelling, redness and bruising for the first 3-4 days.
  • Apply a Ziploc bag filled with water and ice for no more than 15 minutes at a time to reduce swelling.
  • During the initial healing period, color may be quite dark and uneven during the first week with some scabbing and flaking around day four. If there is scabbing or flaking, do not pick, and allow the scab or dry skin to come off on its own.
  • Lips may lose 50% – 60% of their intensity as they heal, don’t panic, the color will return, but will be much more subtle than week one with true depth of color revealed.
  • If you think the color is too dark during the healing process, do not try to remove it yourself by any means. Patiently wait the two weeks for the color to balance out on its own as the skin fully heals. If after healing you feel the color is too light, we can always go bolder at your perfecting appointment. We would rather have them heal too light and then go darker during your perfecting appointment as it is much easier to add color depth than to go lighter after pigment has been deposited into the skin.

Lips healing process

Day 1
Immediately after treatment, lips will be a bright vibrant color. You may feel tight or dry
Your lip color will appear brighter than it will heal. Your lips will also feel swollen and tender.

Day 2
Your color will being to darken temporarily throughout the day as the pigment oxidizes.

Day 3-4
Your lips will feel dry and start the flaking process allow shedding to happen naturally.

Day 5-7
As your lips flake, it will appear that your lips color is very light and “frosty” this is only temporary as you are still healing.

Day 7-10
Peeling is subsiding new natural color has appeared, lips are still very dry.
Over the next several days your lips color will reappear until it fully blooms.

After 4-6 Weeks
Dryness has subsided. A beautiful more natural color has appeared and it’s recommended that you come back in to touch-up any color that might after 6 weeks.

*And remember, your lips are NOT considered completed until your perfecting touch-up has been completed and allowed to heal!

Benefits of Lip Blush

What to expect after Lip Blushing Procedure:

  • More pigmentation, especially for aging or pale lips
  • Lip color that can last a long time with proper aftercare
  • The choice of whatever lip shade you like
  • Correct any asymmetry. Better lip symmetry
  • The look of fuller lips without injectables or the need for surgery
  • Color correction for scars and uneven pigmentation.
  • You may save time by skipping a complete step in your daily routine after obtaining semi-permanent lips.

Does Lip Blushing hurts?

Pain levels vary from person to person. Strong medical grade topical anesthetic cream is used before and during your procedure to keep you as pain free as possible.

Can Lip Blush be done on anyone/everyone?

Lip Blushing is not for everyone. please read the contraindications carefully. if any of the following apply to you, this procedure is not recommended…

If you have previous cosmetic tattooing, send an email (before booking!!) with a picture or book a 15 minute consultation before booking your appointment.

  • You are a smoker (pigment may not retain properly, colors may distort).
  • If you have a history of MRSA
  • You have psoriasis in the treatment area
  • You have an auto-immune disease
  • You have thyroid/graves disease (medication may cause pigment to not retain properly)
  • You have anemia (pigment may not retain properly).
  • You have a history of keloid or hypertrophic scarring
  • You are currently undergoing chemotherapy
  • You are pregnant or nursing. (You cannot have this service. No exceptions.)
  • You have Diabetes type 1 or 2 (due to slow healing and infection, color may or may not retain well)
  • If you are under a doctor’s care and have questions at ALL about being able to have this procedure, it is your responsibility to meet with your doctor and get written approval
  • If you are prone to cold sores, please see instructions below.

* Please note…. even if none of the above apply, lip blushing cannot be guaranteed. This is a cosmetic tattooing procedure, the skin can be unpredictable, it is up to your skin to retain the pigment. Generally, results are successful, however, due to skin type, healing or bleeding during procedure, some results can differ*

How often does Lip Blushing Need to be Touched Up?

Lips blushing will last for 2- 3 years. Touch ups are to be done 4 weeks to 8 weeks following the procedure. Depending on what type of lip blushing you are receiving you may need to wait a bit longer for your lips ti fully develop into the final stage of tattoo application. The process must be healed completely before moving onto tattooing another session over the top of it. Although lip blush will last for 2-3 years, you will notice as each year goes by your color will look a bit lighter, until your natural lips are restored. Most clients who receive lip blush never want to live without out so we recommend annual refreshes to keep lips on point forever. With annual refresh appointments you are able to keep your tattoo fresh. Lip tissue regenerates very quickly, and the sensitive nature of how the ink is implanted make is semi permanent. The fact the lip blushing is semi permanent is amazing, and this is because no matter how much botox and filler you receive, the fact is, we age. As the skin ages it changes. We have control over what results look like over timed can make adjustments as your skin begins to change.