LIP BLUSH

WHAT IS LIP BLUSH?

Lip blush is a form of permanent make up that is used to enhance your natural lip color, shape and definition to create the illusion of a fuller lip. This is NOT a lipstick look.

IS THERE ANY PAIN?

We use a 5% topical lidocaine before and throughout the procedure to keep you comfortable, most clients experience little to no pain but pain tolerance will vary.

WILL THIS EFFECT THE COLOR OF MY LIPSTICK?

The lip blush procedure will have no effect on your lipstick colors.

ARE THERE COLOR OPTIONS TO PICK FROM?

We offer a wide variety of colors and color combinations to give you your own perfect shade. We have a look book of all our most popular colors to help you get a better idea of what our colors look like on the lips immediately after and healed.

WHAT DO I DO BEFORE MY APPOINTMENT?

Prior to your appointment you will want to start hydrating drink lots of water and use lip balm. For clients with dry flakey lips please exfoliate daily starting a few days prior to your appointment, we recommend making a lip scrub with coconut oil and sugar. Clients must come in the day of your appointment with smooth hydrated lips to achieve the best results. If you haver ever had a cold sore it is mandatory that you take an antiviral before and after your appointment. If you have never had a cold sore there is still a possibility an outbreak can still occur. For this reason we recommend clients get prescribed an anti viral or take an over the counter L-lysine.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

  • Under 18 years of age

  • Diabetic if not under control, can be done with doctors approval.

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women

  • Skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema and undiagnosed rashes or blisters on the site that is to be treated

  • History of cold sores ( consult with your physician.  Many clients avoid cold sore breakouts by taking a Valtrex cycle prior to their appointment.)

  • Allergies to makeup or colors

  • Easily triggered post inflammatory hyper pigmentation

  • Transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis

  • Active skin cancer in the area to be tattooed

  • Hemophiliac

  • Healing disorders

  • Blood thinners (consult with your physician)

  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure or mitral valve disorder

  • Accutane or steroids 

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UNFORTUNATELY THE LIP BLUSH PROCEDURE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CLIENTS WHO ARE A FITZPATRICK V AND VI AS IT IS A HIGH RISK PROCEDURE FOR HYPO-PIGMENTATION ON THESE SKIN TYPES