Permanent lip blush is the process of lining and filling of the lips with pigment to enhance and add color to natural lips. This procedure can often lead to fuller-looking and more vibrant lips that require little to no cosmetic upkeep from the use of traditional cosmetic products such as lipstick or lip liner.
Feel free to contact us for questions about a lip blush treatment in Amsterdam.
Lip Blush €425 – A lip tint effect for a flush of your favourite colour.
Dark Lip Neutralisation €425 – Can be used to darken lighter lip skin, or lighten darker lip skin for an even tone. May require a 3rd treatment which is chargeable at the 0-4 month colour boost price
Colour Boost €300 – Up to 24 month boost.
Colour Boost €350 – 24-48 month boost.
Lip Blush can make your lips appear larger and more symmetrical- though does not change the shape of your lips or work outside the border. The treatment is especially effective in clients with lip filler and those who have lost some pigmentation, especially around the border of the lip. Please note that this service does not create a lipstick effect – nor do we recommend the lipstick technique for those wanting the best long term results.
If you have EVER in your life had a coldsore/herpes, you will need to take a course of antiviral tablets a week before & after both treatments to avoid a guaranteed outbreak if not taken.
Roxie will be your artist for this treatment. You can read more about Roxie HERE.
More About Lip Blush
Permanent makeup, also called micro pigmentation, is the process of using ink or pigment to create the look of typical cosmetics that do not need to be reapplied or removed from the skin.
The most common forms of permanent makeup are lip blush, permanent eyeliner, and eyebrow liner.
Permanent makeup can allow you to feel and look your best without the hassle of applying or touching up traditional cosmetics throughout your busy day.
However, despite the tendency for permanent makeup to fade slightly over time, the possibility of pigment residue remaining on the skin prevents it from being referred to as semi-permanent makeup.
Permanent lip blush is wonderful as its long-lasting capabilities enable makeup wearers to forego the constant application of lipstick.
How Easily Can Permanent Lip Blush Be Removed?
The concept of permanent cosmetic tattoos can seem daunting to many, and it is common for people to question whether permanent makeup can be removed easily. It is always important to treat permanent makeup application as a long-lasting procedure. It is recommended that you are quite certain about the procedure prior to receiving any treatments. Making sure to locate a talented professional that specializes in these types of cosmetic procedures can also help minimize any uncertainty that you may have. Cosmetic tattoo removal procedures differ for each type of cosmetic tattoo and usually depend on whether ink or pigment was used during the application.
Some methods are used to remove or minimize the appearance of cosmetic tattoos such as laser removal or pigment lightening creams, but each client should treat cosmetic tattoos as quite permanent procedures. Nowadays, most cosmetic tattoos are administered using pigment rather than traditional tattoo ink. This can often mean that traditional laser tattoo removal might not be the most effective manner of removal for these tattoos. In cases where pigment is used rather than traditional tattoo ink, saline tattoo removal procedures may be utilized to minimize the appearance of the tattoo.
How Is Permanent Lip Blush Applied To The Face?
Permanent lip blush is a form of cosmetic tattooing where trained professionals use an extremely small needle to inject small amounts of pigment all over the lips. Tiny puncture holes are made across the surface of the lips to properly distribute the lip blush.
How Long Will Lip Blush Last?
Permanent lip blush will usually last up to 2 years before a reapplication is recommended. This reapplication period can change between unique customers depending on lifestyle factors such as sun exposure or variable weather conditions.
Lip blush reapplication can be more frequent than other types of permanent cosmetic makeup procedures as the lips are relied on quite heavily in everyday life. Due to their dynamic nature and frequent movement to eat, drink, and communicate, permanent lip pigment can fade slightly faster than other forms of permanent cosmetics.
What Are The Different Lip Blush Styles?
There are various stylistic choices of application where lip blush is concerned. Some clients may be interested in an even distribution of color across the entire surface of the lips to create bolder and more defined looks. Whereas other clients may opt for a more ombre-like effect for their permanent lip blush. This style frequently deposits higher concentrations of pigment around the outer edges of the lips before tapering off into a lighter pigmentation near the center. The style of permanent lip blush can help to achieve a more natural finish that naturally accentuates the shape of the lips.
Oftentimes, lip blushing is referred to as a specific style of permanent lip cosmetic application, which emphasizes a more subtle administration of pigment where the color blends in with the natural finish of the lips. This style choice allows lips to appear more nourished and dewier. Many people look to neutralize darker lip pigmentation with permanent lip blushing. The process of cosmetic lip tattooing can help to highlight more pink tones to balance or minimize the appearance of darker tones on the lips. This application process to neutralize darker tones can help to maintain the fresh lipstick look throughout the day.
Permanent lip blush application usually takes anywhere between 40 to 50 minutes, making the process relatively quick for long-lasting lip pigmentation.
How Painful Is The Application Of Permanent Lip Blush?
The permanent lip blush tattoo application is known to be one of the more painful permanent cosmetic makeup procedures. Lips are known to be quite sensitive and therefore the lip tattoo process can be uncomfortable, however taking a pain reliever that does not thin your blood before the procedure can help to minimize any discomfort. Many profesionals also numb your lips before the procedure, which usually helps minimize the discomfort felt throughout the process.
Who Should Get Permanent Lip Blush?
If you are interested in attaining beautifully colored lips or are working toward the neutralization of dark lips, and want to avoid the hassle of reapplying lipstick, permanent lip blush is a wonderful alternative. With minimal side effects such as swelling, redness, and pain, the benefits of permanent lip blush are apparent. If you have preexisting skin conditions that may complicate the procedure, always refer to a physician before seeking out permanent lip blush.
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