Lip Blushing

550$ + sales tax

Our approach to lip blushing is aimed to bring out the natural beauty of your lips. When needed, our technique can enhance the arc and shape of your lips as well. When applied correctly, adding lip color can correct asymmetry, add thickness, and clarity, and augment the lip size. Lip blushing is a great option to visually decrease deemphasizing fine lines on your lips and prevent lipstick from seeping into these areas.

Permanent Lip liner can be added very lightly for a more organic look, or heavily for a more emphatic look. Frequent requests ask for the image of a more pure lip shade. The shade is customed for each client individually to create a desired pigment that would work best for her/his skin and lips.

Photo-from-Google-Drive Lip Blushing Lip Tattoos can make your lips look fuller, add a more youthful look to them, and correct lip asymmetry.

Facts about Lip Blushing

Have your lips had fillers?
No worries, you can still get a lip tattoo you just have to wait at least 4 weeks for your filler to heal before getting your lip color. You could also come in for your lip blush first, wait when it heals for 4 weeks and get fuller after.

Pain levels of our lip treatment.
We understand you may be hesitant to have your lips blushed, but do not worry. We apply a numbing cream before as well as throughout the procedure to make the procedure comfortable.

Do you use anti-aging products on your face?
You can still get lip blush you just have to discontinue products containing retinol, acids (glucolic, hydronic etc), or anything that causes your skin to peel 4 weeks before your appointment. No facials, laser, or chemical peels during that time also.

Choosing your perfect lip color:
The results of this procedure last up to 5 years so we want you to choose a color that you not only love but makes you feel confident. We have a multitude of shades - the colors pink, nude, red, peach, coral, burgundy, and many others.

The most requested choice of clients is a natural shade that suits any occasion, or season, and will complement any makeup look. We are educated on what’s known as the Permanent Makeup color theory, so if you are hesitant about what shade will suit you best.

1. Consult

  • The first thing is a consultation.
  • It is important so that you can show us the desired look and style you want to achieve
  • Make sure to inform us of any medical issues you may have. If you have any concerns, please contact us before booking.

2. Choosing the correct pigment and determining the shape.

  • Because you are going to have this lip shade for multiple years, we want you to feel confident in your choice. Luckily, we offer many pigments to choose from.
  • If desired, we can use implant more pigment to your lips (more lipstick effect) to create an effect of even fuller lips and can correct some minor imperfections of your lips. However, we do not recommend tattooing outside your lip line

3. Pre-numbing process

  • We will apply a 4% anesthetic to pre-numb the lips. We also add more anesthetic during the appointment.

4. Adding pigment

  • After numbing the lips, we start the process of implanting pigment into the top layer of the skin
  • We will be adding pigment by using the electric machine and a tiny nano needle to create many tiny dots.
  • To achieve the best result, the color must slowly build, this means it is going to take several passes.

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We offer variety of hugest quality pigments drinks pick from.

Some of these are:
*(If any of the below apply to you, we ask that you have a written doctors note that approves you can continue with the procedure)

  • Fillers or Botox 3 weeks before your lip blush appointment.
  • Breastfeeding or pregnant.
  • Recent surgeries (please contact your doctor)
  • Significant heart issues(consult with your doctor first)
  • Using blood thinners (please check with your doctor if can be discontinued around the time of your lip appointment)
  • Transplanted organs.
  • Diseases/ Infections that could challenge healing.
  • Accutane (have to wait a year)
  • Hemophiliac
  • Prone to scarring
  • Chemotherapy  (Please consult with your doctor. Usually it has to be at least two months before going through chemotherapy).
  • Epilepsy
  • Hepatitis
  • Diabetes -if not regulated
  • Cardiovascular problems. Have a Pacemaker (contact your doctor)
  • Having a cold, covid, flu, viral infection, high fever, etc. around the time of your appointment.
  • Autoimmune disorders (case by case basis).
  • Laser treatment in the past 30 Days.
  • Healing problems.
  • HERPES SIMPLEX LIP BLUSH ONLY. If you constantly get cold sores or fever blisters, then this put you at a higher risk of outbreaks after treatment around the lip area. Please, contact your doctor to get an antiviral medication. You’d have to take it a few days before, the day of, and a few days after the treatment
  • DARKER SKIN TONE ON LIPDS FOR LIP BLUSHING only. Dark lip correction would have to be performed first to Smoove up the lip color before getting a lip blush color. Please, contact us first.
  • DEAD SKIN ON YOUR LIPS DUE TO LACK OF MOISTURE AND DEHYDRATION. If your lip skin is irritated with psoriasis, acne, sunburn, or too dry-please wait until it all heals! For dry skin, -please exfoliate and use a heavy moisturizer on your lips a week before your appointment.

If a client disregards anything on this list, we are within our rights to cancel the appointment and the client's deposit will be forfeited. When in doubt, ask your doctor.

1 month prior to procedure

Stop using “anti-aging” such as Retinol, vitamin C, and hydraulic acids. It will fade your pigments a lot faster if used before a PMU appointment or before healing is completed (3 - 4 weeks after) Botox or filler close to your permanent makeup area.

2 weeks prior to procedure

  • Stop the use of tanning beds and sunbathing.

1 weeks prior to procedure

(If you take medically prescribed anything listed below consult with your doctor before your procedure.)

  • Naproxen, Advil, Motrin, and Ibuprofen. If needed, you may take extra strength Tylenol/Acetaminophen.
  • Extreme sun exposure (tanning beds/sunbathing).
  • Marijuana and smoking.
  • DHA supplements, turmeric, fish oils, vitamin e, niacin, and cayenne supplements.
  • Any blood thinners along with anything that may cause your blood to thin. Including B6, Niacin, omega 3, Evening primrose, Vitamin E, Gingko Biloba, Ibuprofen, or Aspirin.
  • No waxing around the treated area.
  • If you ever had cold sores, make sure to take your antiviral medications before your appointment. Please consult with a doctor about how many days to take this medicine. Most clients I see take it 4-5 days before and a few days after.
  • If your lips get dry and chapped, please start exfoliating them a week before your appointment with a scrap (regular sugar can be used. Just rub against your skin every other day) Also use a heavy moisturizer several times s day (Vaseline or Aquaphor).

1-3 days prior to procedure


  • Caffeine. Do not consume more than 250mg of caffeine a day, including Coffee, tea, etc.
  • (No more than half a cup daily.)
  • Any alcohol. (No red wine.)

Day of procedure


  • No makeup on the treated area.
  • Extreme exercise (You may do light workouts such as yoga or walking).
  • No caffeine or alcohol 24 hours before your appointment.

Bring with you:

  • Any inspirational pictures you may have of your desired look for the procedure.


Day 1 (Day of procedure)

  • The only ointments you should use are grapeseed oil or Aquaphor. Apply a thin layer on your lips and keep it on for 3 weeks while your lips heal(please do not over-applied. Your skin needs to be able to brief through the ointment) It helps to prevent lips from getting dry.
  • You need to get rid of lymph from the surface of the skin. If you don’t you could worsen the scabbing. We will be sending you a pack of cotton rounds soaked in water and a special cosmetic soup. Use it to lightly wipe your lips every 30 minutes for 4 hours after your appointment.
  • If your lips may have dry lymph, before going to sleep wash your lips with warm water until the dry lymph is gone. Gently pat the area dry and slightly apply your moisturizer (the ointment part of your aftercare package)
  • Note that bruising and swelling may occur, and it is normal.
  • After day 1 do need to wipe your lips anymore

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Before and healed lips 4 weeks after Lip Blush treatment
Lip Blush is significantly softer in color than what your lips will look like when freshly done. They will heal about 40-50% lighter and will have a natural and youthful color.

Days 1-7

  • Peeling and picking the scabs can cause loss of pigment and scars so make sure to avoid touching or picking your lips.
  • Avoid using your lips too much, when eating use a fork, and when drinking use a straw to limit the use of your lips.
  • Avoid water directly on lips unless you are washing them on day 1.
  • Limit sun exposure (do not sunbathe or use tanning beds.)
  • Avoid sports activities that may cause you excessive sweating.
Only apply Aquaphor or Grapeseed oil.

Days 1-30

  • Avoid direct sun exposure and apply a reliable sunscreen daily.
  • No sauna or swimming for 14 days.

LIP Blushing Healing Process

The most noticeable healing process of your lips takes about 7-12 days.

  • At first, the pigment will be more intense however during the first week, about 30- 50% of the color fades, and you may see slight scabbing. However, it will take full 4 weeks for the color to settle (after that time you can decide if you need to schedule your 8 weeks to touch up or if the color looks great and no additional appointment is needed)
  • To get the most pigment retention and prevent any negative symptoms you must follow all the tips we give you.
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