Lip Blush Tattoo

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Lip Blush tattoo doesn't just help to create volume and fullness. Whether you want a brand new pout or you're looking to touch up some problem areas, lip blush tattoo will have you falling in love with yourself all over again.

Lip Blush Tattoo

What is Lip Blush Tattoo?
Lip blushing is a form of semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo. This treatment will change the natural color of your lips to the shade of your choice. It can also be used to lighten naturally dark lips. This is a great way to define the outline of your natural shape and can slightly enhance the size of your lips as well.
How long does lip blush tattoo last?
Between 2 and 5 years, depending on how carefully you follow aftercare instructions and how many touch ups you come in for.
Does it hurt?
Pain levels vary from client to client. Strong medical grade topical anesthetic cream is used before and during your procedure to keep you as pain free as possible.
The procedure will take around 2 hours. The consultation and prep work take a good portion of that time. We want to make sure all of your questions and concerns are addressed. Following your full consultation, I will apply numbing cream for 20-30 minutes and then the process will begin.
How long does it take to heal?
It takes around 5 to 10 days for the lips to initially heal and they will continue to improve over the following weeks. Be aware that the color will vary quite a lot during the healing process before reaching the final color that you agreed upon with your technician. We will also send you home with aftercare guidelines to follow as well as what you can expect as your lips heal.
Is lip blush tattoo for everyone?
  • Contraindications that will prevent you from getting lip blush tattoo...
  • Diabetes, Glaucoma or blood thinning diseases
  • Severe acne or use of Accutane within the past year
  • Epilepsy
  • Previous tattoo on lip
  • Undergoing chemotherapy
  • Keloid Reaction
  • Transmittable blood diseases such as HIV/Hepatitis
  • Skin Cancer on/near the lips
  • Eczema on/near the lips
  • Shingles on/near the lips
  • Rash on/near the lips
  • Active cold sore on/near the lips
  • Have allergies to alcohol
  • Have allergies to numbing agents (5% Lidocaine)
  • Develop infections quickly
  • Under the age of 18
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding


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