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Lip Blushing

  • 3 hours
  • 500 US dollars
  • Skippack

Service Description

While a lot of us want fuller, more defined lips, we might not be willing to get painful, expensive injections to achieve the results. Even if your lips are already on the plumper side, you can experience loss of color and definition as you age. Luckily, thanks to lip tattooing, often called lip blushing, you can remedy this without a visit to the plastic surgeon’s office. Jasmine lip, lash, and brow artist provides her clients with lip blush tattoos to create a youthful and natural-looking pout that lasts for years. The pigment is applied with a tattoo needle (not as scary as it sounds, trust us) to define the shape of your lips and add a subtle color. Rather than the harsh results of old-school lip tattoos, lip blushing is all about enhancing your feature, naturally. What to do before your appointment “Lip blushing is a semi-permanent tattoo that defines your lips, creating volume and fullness. It also corrects any asymmetry or darkness, giving your lips a very youthful appearance” says Jasmine. There are several things Jasmine strongly recommends her clients do before getting a lip tattoo to “ensure that your skin is in the best condition as possible for the procedure.” Treatments such as lip injections and chemical peels need to be done at least four weeks before your appointment. Avoiding alcohol, caffeine, and exercise the day of the procedure is also key for prep. What’s the process like? The initial process takes approximately three hours and costs around $500. Your technician will first start by applying a medical-grade topical anesthetic to numb your lips for about 20 minutes. After the numbing agent is removed, the treatment begins first by tattooing the outline of your lips, then filling them in. The process can be uncomfortable for some, as your lips are a sensitive area, but once it’s over, your lips shouldn’t be sore. You might have the sensation that you just did an aggressive lip scrub, but it will quickly fade. Aftercare is key Your lips will look darker after the initial treatment, but this will fade to a much more natural hue, we advise. She also urges her patients not to pick at the dry skin while the lips scab and heal, as this can disrupt the color. You can soothe the skin during the healing process by applying a tattoo aftercare ointment. Besides keeping the area clean and not picking at scabs, there are a few other aftercare practices that are key to ensure your lips heal well. We recommends clients avoid working

Contact Details

  • 2105 Eastport Way, Harleysville, PA 19438, USA


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