Lip Blush

What is Lip Blush?

Lip Blush is a semi-permanent cosmetic treatment that provides a soft, sheer, custom color to the lips by implanting pigments into the lip skin with a permanent makeup machine.

Watch our clients Lip Blush Journey ...

1 week before
If you have EVER had  cold sore you must start your antiviral medication (like Valtrx) 5 days prior and continue 5 days after your appointment. Gently exfoliate & hydrate your lips daily. Exfoliate with your toothbrush or a sugar scrub. We suggest mixing sugar and coconut oil to use as a gentle exfoliator. You should avoid eating too much salty foods, and exposure to sun and wind leading up to your appointment to keep your lip skin as healthy as possible. 
Avoid blood thinning supplements like fish oil, garlic, magnesium, green tea, vitamin E, ginger, ginkgo biloba, etc

24 - 48 hrs before and after your procedure
No alcohol, or blood thinning medications. Tylenol is acceptable.

On the day of the procedure
Avoid coffee & caffeine. This can cause sensitivity and increase bleeding & swelling and results in less color retention. Be sure to eat before you arrive for your appointment. Your lips will be numbed during the procedure and eating may be difficult for the first few hours after.
You should avoid eating too much salty foods, and exposure to sun or wind leading up to your appointment to keep your lip skin as healthy as possible.

How do I prepare before my appointment?

The Lip Blush healing process is relatively short.
Your lips will go through various phases for about 7-10 days.
You can expect swelling during and post treatment.
Luckily it does not last very long. (24-48 hours)
Day 3-5 you will experience dry flakey lips.
It feels as though they 
have been layering matte lipstick on.
Once the pigment flakes off it will appear as though no pigment has been retained. Over the next 6-8 weeks the color will gradually ‘bloom’ into a lovely soft shade.
Expect to drink all liquids with a straw and avoid eating salty or acidic foods for 7 days after.
No kissing on or near the mouth for 7 days to avoid bacterial or viral infections.

What can I expect after my appointment?

If you have an active cold sore outbreak, we will not be able to do the procedure until it has been treated and cleared.
If you have EVER had a cold sore in the past, it is very important that you get an antiviral medication prescribed before your appointment to prevent an outbreak from occurring. Take an antiviral (like Valtrex)b5 days prior and 5 days post procedure.

Can I get Lip Blush if I have cold sores?

Yes. Lip fillers do not interfere with the lip blush process. But, you must wait 4 weeks before and after your lip blush appointment to get fillers.

Can I get Lip Blush if I have lip fillers?

Lip Blushing is a two part process. A perfecting session is required 6-8 weeks after your initial appointments.

Will I need more than one session?

The longevity of your lip blush depends on your skin, health, and lifestyle. On average your lip blush & neutralization will last 3-5 years.

How long does it last?

About 3 hours

How long does it take?

Logan (7+ Years Of Experience): $600
Stephanie (7+ Years Of Experience): $600
Kayla (3+ Years Of Experience): $350
Sasha (4+ Years Of Experience): $350

How much does it cost?

Pregnant or nursing
Diabetic (requires doctors clearance)
Chemotherapy (consult your doctor)
Viral infections and/or diseases
Pacemaker or major heart problems
Organ transplant
Skin irritation or psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
Botox in the past two months
Accutane in the past year
Heart Conditions, uncontrollable high blood pressure, poor general health.
Any treatments, medications, or illness that compromises the immune system/healing would make you not a good candidate for micro pigmentation procedure.

Who's not a good candidate?

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