Lip blush

Enhance the colour and shape of your lips

£350 (including initial & top up treatment)

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Lip blush colour boost

Single session to refresh your lip blush

£200 (single session)

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The treatment process

The appointment will last for one hour which involves a consultation to discuss which colours suit your face and complexion.

The treatment then involves a needle scratching your lips to embed the pigment which can feel a little uncomfortable. Bleeding is minimal and less likely if you follow pre-care instructions.

After the tattooing process is complete, we will provide an aftercare balm to keep lips moisturised.

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Prior to the appointment

You will need to apply a numbing cream prior to the appointment. We recommend EMLA cream which can be purchased at any pharmacy.

Before your appointment, avoid blood thinning medication for 72 hours and avoid alcohol and coffee for 24 hours – these measures reduce the chance of bleeding during your treatment.

During the appointment

The treatment involves a needle scratching your skin to embed the pigment which can feel a little uncomfortable but the numbing agent minimises the pain. Normally it feels more uncomfortable at the start but once the numbing agent takes effect, you shouldn’t feel much.

There are a lot of factors that impact this. It is advisable that you don’t drink alcohol 24 hours before treatment and don’t take asprin as these can thin the blood and make bleeding more likely. Bleeding can occur due to the needle scratching the skin, but if so, it’s usually minimal.

After the appointment

Healing lips takes up to four weeks, scabbing and itchiness usually goes away within a week or two. This depends on your skin, lifestyle and how well you care for your lips.

Keep the area clear from liquids and debris for at least 24 hours. Apply the aftercare balm regularly to keep lips moisturised.

Don’t apply Vaseline – only use the balm you have been given.

Healing normally takes up to four weeks but the scabbing and itchiness has normally gone within a couple of weeks. This does depend on your skin, lifestyle and how well you care for your lips so it’s not an exact science.

Avoid putting things like lip stick, lip liner, lip gloss, powder, foundation on or around your lips for at least 7 days after treatment. If you don’t follow this advice you increase the chances of an uncomfortable infection. Only use the balm you have been given.

This depends on many factors such as; your skin type, age and how well you follow the aftercare instructions. Follow the aftercare tips on the best ways to look after them which will make them last as long as possible. All lips start off full of colour because the pigment and scabbing is fresh – they will look more natural once healed. Lips require regular top ups to keep them looking fresh and it’s the nature of the pigment to fade over time – that’s why it’s semi-permanent makeup. We recommend visiting for a top up every 12 – 24 months.

After your top up appointment, brows require regular colour boosts every 12 – 24 months to keep them looking fresh and lasting longer. Your skin type, age and how well you follow aftercare instructions impacts how long your brows last. Over time, the pigment will fade– that’s the nature of semi-permanent makeup.

Avoid using exfoliants of any kind on your brows, particularly retinols, acids or scrubs.

Keep your eyebrows moisturised, especially at night, and during the day wear SPF. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight to ensure even healing and reduce potential skin damage.

Ensure threading, waxing and plucking is done around the brows to keep the shape.

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