What is lip blushing?
Throw it back to the 90s and the thought of permanent makeup floods you with flashbacks of thin, over-plucked brows and dark, dodgy lip liner.
Fortunately, like many other procedures, permanent makeup has come a long way. We don’t want to look fake and overdone anymore. Now we want an appearance that will give us the “I just woke up like this” look.
Permanent lips are a great way to improve the shape and color of your lips without applying makeup. It also gives you a completely natural look.
A treatment that tints your lips from the inside means they won’t wash away with water, eating, talking or kissing. The most important advantage is that it will never come off or stain!
What is lip blushing?
Lip blushing is a form of permanent makeup or “cosmetic tattooing” procedure that gives a light wash or blush color to the lips. Lip blushing is performed using an electric needle device. This device is used at low speed and inserts a pigment of your choice into the skin.
You will have a consultation with your permanent makeup artist to discuss what you want to achieve. Lip blushing can camouflage scars, create symmetry in the appearance of lips, or enhance lip color and shape. Lip blushing is not just reserved for the younger generation. As women mature, their lips begin to pale, blending with their natural skin tone. Lip blushing will help bring their lips back to life.
Once the desired look has been discussed, you can move on to your treatment.
Prior to pigment application, your permanent makeup artist will apply a numbing agent to your lips to ensure you remain as comfortable and pain-free as possible throughout your procedure. Your PMU artist will confirm your desired pigment shape and shade while the magic happens. Once everything has been approved, they will insert the pigment into your lips using a small needle. To create a uniform tone, this is done in several layers. The process can take between one and three hours.
Your lipstick can last up to two years without additional touch-ups. However, it all depends on the individual and the quality of their follow-up.
The simple follow-up generally lasts about ten days. It involves smothering your lips in a deep moisturizing ointment that will prevent thick scabs from forming. Scabs will form if you don’t apply this pomade carefully, and your lipstick won’t last very long.
Once your lipstick has healed, it is suggested to keep retinol and exfoliating treatments away from your lips, as this can speed up the fading of your permanent makeup pigment.
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