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Lips

Lip blush is a cosmetic tattoo of the lips that enhances the beauty of the natural lip color, improving the shape of the lips, giving definition and the illusion of fullness. This treatment delivers from natural to glam results, once healed. It is a cosmetic tattoo treatment to enhance your natural lip color. Lip blush can provide you with naturally fuller lips without needing any filler. Lip Blush treatments can range from a very natural to a more intense matte lipstick healed result. Results can last anywhere from 1-3 years, depending on pigments that are used, lifestyle, skincare, and upkeep. During the service, topical anesthetic is applied to keep you comfortable. The applied color will appear very bright right after service. After the healing process is completed the true color will appear in a few weeks. An optimization appointment is necessary to fine tune the final look because everyone takes color differently. We will be given complete aftercare explanation following your lip treatment, so you can keep your lips looking fresh.

SERVICE | 3.5 Hrs

DARK LIP NEUTRALIZATION is Not available at the moment

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How to Prepare for Lip Blush Service?

  • DO NOT tan or have a sunburn 7 days prior to service

  • DO keep lips exfoliated and moist, avoid them getting dry and cracked for optimal results 7 days prior to service

  • Do Not consume caffeine and alcohol for 24 hours prior to your appointment to prevent bleeding.

  • Do Not take Advil or other blood thinners such as Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, and/or Ibuprofen unless medically necessary, 48 hrs prior to your procedure. Tylenol can be taken if you have low pain tolerance. Consult with your doctors before stopping any medication.

  • Avoid exercising the day of the procedure.

  • Do Not take or get any chemical peels, laser skin resurfacing, vitamin E, retinol, fish oil, at least 4 weeks before your appointment.

  • Please read the aftercare and arrange your schedule accordingly to the healing stage. 

  • Please be aware that if you are prone Cold Sores, the simplex virus herpes, you may awaken an outbreak following this derive. Ask your doctor for medication prior the service. 

  • If your appointment is booked during an outbreak of cold sores on your lips the procedure may not be done.

  • Do Not get lip injections 4 weeks before and after this treatment.

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Aftercare

Day 1: The day of treatment

  • Immediately After service: The area will feel a bit sore and will look quite intense. There may be some swelling and minor bruising that only lasts for 1-2 days. Applying ice can reduce bruising and swelling. 

  • Fluids will leak from the tattoo to form scabs. You do not want these fluids to sit on your tattoo and form these scabs. You will want to wipe your tattoo every hour with a wet cotton round and pat the area dry to ensure no fluids sit and form scabs. When you wipe, you will see the color coming off onto the cotton round, this is normal). You may ice the skin if it is feeling tender or swollen after the procedure. Wrap an ice pack or a ziplock of ice in a napkin and place it on the area for as long as desired. After each hour you wipe, reapply the ointment given.

Day 2-5:

  • Do not touch your tattoo with dirty fingers, remember it is an opened and healing wound. An infection could possibly ruin the tattoo.

  • Don't get your tattoo too wet for too long. It will make the scabs soggy and easier to fall off prematurely. Remember, you want to keep the scabs on for as long as you can, let them fall off naturally.

  • Moisturize as often as possible with the recommended or provided ointment. 

Avoid:

  • Do not sleep on your face to avoid lifting your scabs prematurely and make sure you’re sleeping on a clean pillowcase to avoid infection.

  • Avoid harsh cleansers, creams, makeup, or any other products on the treated area until all the scabs have naturally fallen off. These things can jeopardize the healing of the tattoo.

  • Don’t pick, scratch, or bite off the scabs. Let the scabs fall off naturally. Picking can cause scarring, loss of pigment, or an infection.

  • Do not expose your tattoo to UV rays or tanning beds

  • Do not sweat on the tattoo until all the scabs have come off naturally. Sweat will take the pigment from your tattoo. If you sweat on them, dab it off immediately.

  • Do not get any facials, Botox, chemical treatments, and microdermabrasion for 4 weeks post appointment date.

  • Do not eat anything too spicy or with too much citrus. Be careful when eating not to rub any scabs off and try to drink through a straw.

FAQ

Who is Not a Candidate?

  • Pregnant or Nursing

  • Diabetic

  • Chemotherapy (needs doctor's approval)

  • Viral infection or disease 

  • Pacemaker or major heart problems

  • Organ transplant

  • Skin irritation or Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, dermatitis)

  • Sick (cold, flu...)

How does it work?

A tiny pen-like machine and a very small needle gently deposit pigment into the lips. This slowly builds a beautifully natural lip color. Micropigmentation allows us to build the color gradually so that we have full control over the boldness of the lip color. 

How long does it last?

The retention rate of the lip tattoo depends on different factors such as the color you choose, your lifestyle, touchups, and how you care for them before and after your appointment. On average, Lip Blush fades away within 2-5 years, with most people wanting a touch-up yearly.

How long does the appointment take? 

The first appointment takes 3-4 hours. 

What is the healing process?

Some swelling and tenderness after the procedure are normal and may last a day or so. Your lips may look like you got lip filler, however, this is normal and typically subsides within the first 24 hours. Also, your lips will appear darker for the first few days. Lips have the easiest and fastest healing. It only takes about 4-5 days to heal. During this time, you will need to apply ointment as your lips will be chapped.

 

Day 1 - Lips will be swollen and bright

Day 2 - Swelling will go down and lips may go darker

Day 3 - Lips will start to peel

Day 4 - Peeling continues

Day 5 - All peeling may be gone

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