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Lip Blushing Tattoo


  • 3 hr
  • 550 US dollars
  • Elm Street

Service Description

Lip blushing is a type of semipermanent cosmetic tattooing procedure achieved by depositing pigments in your lips using small needles. While also sometimes called lip tattooing, this is more of a cosmetic enhancement rather than traditional tattoo art. Lip blushing is semi-permanent, tattooed makeup that tints your lips using a cosmetic tattoo gun (on a low setting) and water-based inks. The result is kind of similar to lip fillers—in that your lips will look a little fuller simply by being defined and enhanced with pigment—but lip blushing won’t actually change the shape or feeling of your lips. Instead, it’ll just leave you with a soft, shaded-in color that can enhance your lip symmetry, cover uneven pigmentation or scars, and give you the illusion of bigger, fuller lips. Typically, lip blushing lasts between two to three years and will gradually lighten and fade over time, until your lips slowly return to their natural hue. So your lips will look far lighter after two years than they will after six months, which is why many tattoo artists recommend yearly refresh sessions to prolong the lip shade you want. How bad does lip blushing hurt? Even though, yes, it’s a tattoo on your mouth (ouch?), your tattoo artist should use a topical numbing cream that’ll significantly dull your pain. Everyone’s pain threshold is different, but in general, the pain of lip blushing is often described as small pinches or light scratches—nothing unbearable or scary. The lip blushing healing process As with any tattoo, there’s a healing process. Immediately after your appointment, your lips will appear super bright and stained, but don’t panic. Once your lips completely heal—which usually takes four weeks—the color will fade up to 50 percent and blend naturally with your lips. You’ll also experience some scabbing the first week after your appointment as your skin heals, so it’s very important to keep your lips moisturized with heavy-duty lip balm those first few weeks. perfect lips after having lip blush treatment. Dos and Don’ts after Having Lip Blush Treatment Once you’ve had your Lip Blush treatment, you’ll need to know about aftercare. Here’s everything you need to know. If you’ve made the wise decision to have Lip Blush treatment, you’re in for a treat. In no time at all, your lips will look fuller, richer and more colorful. You’ll save yourself valuable prep time in the morning, and you will never have to worry about smudges again.

Contact Details

  • 24 Elm Street, Montclair, NJ, USA


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