Permanent Lip Blush
Our lips are particularly vulnerable to showing signs of age. Research even shows that full lips may have as much to do with a woman’s perceived age as the appearance of wrinkles. As we age, the upper lip loses its volume and it lengthens and inverts. The lower lip becomes thinner and rolls inward.
Intradermal pigmentation of lip liner and/ or lip color, otherwise called permanent lip color and commonly called Lip Blushing, can help enhance the shape and overall appearance of lips.
As we age, we lose pigment as well as elasticity in the lip line, which makes it appear as though our lips are “disappearing.”
Through permanent cosmetic tattooing, we are able to restore the lip line, color, and fullness by adding various shades to the lip. Permanent lip blush also helps to prevent the appearance of lipstick bleeding into the surrounding skin.
Permanent lip blush improves lip color and defines the lips, making them appear slightly fuller. This makes lip blush a great alternative to filler.
Lip Blushing lets you appear as the best version of you each day…without the hassle of traditional lipstick or lip gloss.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lip Blushing
Is numbing used in Lip Blushing?
Yes, a pre-numb agent and a secondary anesthetic during your lip blush session in order to keep you comfortable throughout your permanent makeup appointment.
What’s the healing time for lip blushing?
Normally, your lip blush is completely healed within is 5-7 days from your lip blushing session.
What is the actual tattooing time?
Your lip blushing artist will carefully implant the chosen lip color delicately into lip skin, gradually building pigment saturation to the desired results. Typically the tattoo time is around 90 minutes out of the 180 total session time.
How long does it last?
Lip blushing typically lasts 3 to 5 years before needing a Lip Blush Colorboost.
Are Colorboosts recommended?
Lip blushing results typically last 3 to 5 years before needing a colorboost. Lifestyle (such as significant swimming in chlorinated water or excessive UV exposure) as well as skin type can impact how frequently you’ll want your lip blush color touched up.
We suggest coming in for a lip blushing colorboost as needed when you feel the lip blush color needs to be a bit more vibrant.
If a follow-up included in the lip blushing appointment?
What are the after-care instructions?
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