Lip blush is the newest semi-permanent trend that enhances the natural lip shape with a boost of symmetry and color. Lip blushing is a type of semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing procedure achieved by putting pigments in your lips using small needles.
It is a treatment that defines lips contour and adds a natural flush lip color. Pigments are available in all different shades to match all types of lips to provide a subtle soft color. The effects last 1 to 3 years depending on each person’s skin type.
benefits of lip blushing
Lips will appear more defined and better shaped
Lip blush can correct the shape of the lips (i.e. asymmetrical lips, cleft lips, small lips, etc.)
Hide scars, unevenness and hyperpigmentation
Enhance colors for lips that are pale
Water-proof, smudge-proof, food-proof, kiss-proof
No more lipstick. Lip balm or clear gloss is all you need, but completely complimentary
Very natural and soft looking lips compared to a permanent tattoo
Save time and money !!!
Makes your lips a better version of itself
If you would like to change the appearance and colors of your lips, lip blushing is for you.
Colors are chosen based on the client’s desired results and skin tones.
There is a big science behind this, trust me.
Brow & Lashberry
is bringing the popular lipstick trend from Korea to Montreal!
THE EASY EVERYDAY KOREAN GRADIENT LIPS WITH THE LIP BLUSH TECHNIQUE
Have a flattering allure of the lips at all times
Would you kiss these lips?
Difference between Full lips & Gradient lips
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Everything you need to know before your appointment
Risks To Avoid
The result might not be perfect if you don’t follow the pre-treatment care.
Serious infection can occur if you don’t follow the aftercare instructions properly. Seek a doctor if you notice :
pus oozing from your lips
severe infection may also cause a fever and chills.
allergic reactions to organic pigments are used for the procedure, which is rare but it can happen.
Note: All health standards are followed here in Brow & Lashberry studio.
Pregnant/breastfeeding may affect the healing process, it is not recommended at all.
Blood thinner (anticoagulant, antiplatelet): have to stop the medication 1 week prior to the procedure to avoid heavy bleeding. Only with the doctor’s permission.
Antibiotic: may affect the healing process.
Cold sore or fever blister Note: the treatment can be done only if it’s completely healed with antiviral drugs.
Pimple on the lips: it is necessary to postpone the appointment if the pimple is not completely gone.
Tendency to form keloids.
Absolutely no alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before. No exceptions.
No blood thinners such as ibuprofen, aspirin 1 week prior to the treatment.
Avoid taking naproxen, ibuprofen, or aspirin beforehand, as well as supplements like fish oil, garlic, ginkgo, and vitamin E – unless medically necessary 72 hours before. Note: these can increase bleeding and bruising.
History of cold sore or fever blister : Pre-treat with Valtrex 7 days before the appointment and 7 days after for a total of 14 days. The usual strength is 1000mg, but for more specifications please advise your doctor. The procedure may set off an outbreak and that is why it is important to take the prophylaxis. If there’s a breakout, it may result in loss of pigment and scar tissues. Multiple touch-up sessions may be necessary.
No intentional tanning 2 weeks prior. If you arrive with a sunburn on the lips, you will be asked to reschedule and forfeit your deposit. If you are vacationing, plan accordingly.
Any chemical peels on the lips must be done 4 weeks prior.
Botox and fillers must be worn off if possible. Botox will change the shape of your lips. The same applies to fillers as this can change the skin around your lips.
Any facials, chemical peels, or microdermabrasion must be done 4 weeks prior.
The skin must be free of all irritations including blemishes, eczema, and psoriasis on lips.
Absolutely no anti-acne or anti-aging products on the lips for 30-days prior to the procedure
You’ll see swelling and redness, which you can relieve with a cold compress. While it may be tempting to bandage your lips, you should let them air-dry for best results.
Avoid eating sour or spicy food for the first 48 hours.
Apply an antibiotic ointment 2 to 3 times per day for 7 days until the peeling comes off; normally 5 to 7 days.
On the first 3 days, use a straw to drink (water, soda, juice, coffee, tea, etc.)
Do not bite into a sandwich or hamburger, instead, cut them into little pieces. Biting into bread or food causes the pigmentation to adhere to it and come off.
Do not touch the treated area unless applying ointment. No scratching, rubbing, or picking of the scabs – this may cause scarring and uneven tone as your lip tattoo heals .
Do not apply makeup on the treated area until it heals completely.
Never wipe your lips. Always pat dry for the first 2 weeks.
You may also consider avoiding intense workouts for a few weeks as your lips heal.
Avoid direct sun exposure during this time. Don’t worry if your lips look darker than you anticipated; this is a normal side effect that will wear off as your lips heal. ( The color will be 60% lighter)