Lip Liner & Lip Blush
Lip liner/Lip Blush is a type of cosmetic tattooing that semi-permanently enhances lip color by depositing colored ink into the lips with a mechanical needle. It is being performed in accordance with the aesthetic rules.
The technique is intended for anyone over the age of 18 (persons under 18 must be accompanied by their parents).
All treatments are done with sterile, hygienic and disposable tools that offer the clients the highest and safest standard.
The procedure is customized to the clients from beginning to end including shape, style, and color.
Before Your Treatment
In order to successfully perform the treatment, the skin must not be in the regeneration process or damaged. If you have any skin problems in your lip area, it’s a good idea for you to speak to your doctor before the procedure.
The following treatments are not recommended before the procedure:
Blood thinning medications (such as aspirin, niacin, vitamin E, or ibuprofen) 48 hours before procedure
Accutane. If you are using Accutane (or other retinoids), you need to be off the medication for six months before you can have permanent or semi-permanent makeup applied.
Vigorous exercise or sweating the day of the procedure
Botox or other injections in the lip area, you should definitely get that done before having the lipliner applied. You should also make sure you’re fully healed at least two weeks before you’re scheduled to have your liner applied.
The entire healing process takes from 4-6 weeks depending on the person’s body regeneration and age.
During the first day gently, without rubbing, cleanse your lips with lukewarm water and antibacterial soap (cataphile prefer) every hour, pat dry, and apply a thin layer of Skin Candy.
This may remove lymph from lips and prevent the creation of big scabs.
During the first 7 days avoid sauna, swimming pools, make-up in the lips area, sun tanning, cosmetic treatments. If necessary touch-up can be done 3-4 weeks later after the lips are fully regenerated.
If you have facial treatments, protect your eyes with cotton pads.