What is lip blush tattoo?
Lip Blush Tattoo is a semi – permanent lip enhancement giving you a soft, subtle color, symmetry and appearance of fuller looking lips. This procedure is ideal for clients with little natural color to their lips or an undefined border. Your lips will look like lipstick on the first day, and soften as they heal to become a very subtle, natural looking lip tint. For more dramatic color appeal apply a little gloss or balm and your lips. Color can be mixed and customized for your desired look and natural skin undertone.
What to expect?
There may be moderate swelling, redness and bruising for the first 3 days.
If you experience swelling, use an ice pack for no more than 15 minutes at a time to reduce swelling.
If there is some scabbing or flaking, do not pick, and allow the scab or dry skin to come off on its own. This usually takes place within the first 3 days.
Expect the color to lighten up to 50-70% once the healing process is complete.
Color may appear uneven at different stages of healing. Be patient. This is a process that does not yield immediate results.
Permanent makeup pigment is not the same as body art ink, and by design it does not last as long as body art ink. Permanent Makeup does fade and is expected to last 2 to 5 years before requiring a touch-up. Maintenance touch ups are suggested for best results.
It can take 2 sessions prior to achieving the level of saturation you may desire.
- Must be over 18
- Must not have Diabetes, glaucoma, be pregnant or nursing.
- Must not have any skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, rashes or blisters on the lips.
- History of cold sores if so, please consult with your physician. Many clients avoid cold sore breakouts by taking a Valtrex cycle prior to their appointment.
- Must not have any allergies to makeup or colors.
- Cannot be easily triggered post inflammatory hyper pigmentation.
- Cannot have transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis.
- Cannot have active skin cancer in the area to be tattooed.
- Cannot be on blood thinners.
- Must not have uncontrolled high blood pressure or mitral valve disorder.
- Cannot be on accutane or steroids.
It is required that the you consult with your Physician prior to taking, altering or stopping any form of medication and/or supplements, or making changes to their dosing cycles etc.