Lip Blushing

Lip blushing procedures produce a subtle, natural result that enhances our features gently. Lip blushing also has the added benefit of being a smudge-proof alternative to your favorite lip makeup shades. Although you can still cover your lip treatment with lipstick or gloss, this semi-permanent color saves you time for daily tasks. Lip blushing has many different types and names, including lip tattooing, lip contouring, tattooed lip liner, lip blush, and a full tint

How does lip blushing work?

During a lip blushing procedure, pigments are deposited into the lips with small needles to enhance their color and shape. With a long-lasting pigment, the treatment improves the color of your lips, or gives the impression that they are fuller. The choice is yours, from soft, subtle natural colors to stronger, deeper shades.


Lip blushing has several advantages.

  • Lasting lip color
  • Pigmentation enhancement for pale and aging lips
  • Lip color customization
  • Lips that look fuller without the use of injectables or surgery
  • Improved lip symmetry
  • Correction of scars and uneven pigmentation

Frequently Asked Questions

What is lip blushing?

It’s a lip tattoo that defines and enhances your lips. It can help to enhance and even out natural color, or it can be used to add color if you are lacking in pigment

Is Lip blushing painful?

The intensity of pain varies from person to person. To keep you as pain-free as possible, a strong medical grade topical anesthetic cream is used before and during your procedure

How long does lip blushing last?

Although results vary from person to person, your results should last between 2 and 5 years after your initial session and touch up. Depending on the person and desired look, additional touch-ups may be required.

Will my lips swell after lip blushing treatment?

Your lips may swell slightly for up to 48 hours after treatment. This effect can be reduced by applying an ice compress

How long does the lip blushing procedure take?

Initial consultations last approximately 2.5-3 hours. This includes the designing, numbing, and tattooing processes. Follow-up appointments typically last 1.5-2 hours.

Is lip blushing safe?

Lip blushing is completely safe if performed by a licensed professional. It is not advised for women who are pregnant, nursing, or receiving chemotherapy or other medical care or treatment (such as Accutane). It is also not advised for those with weakened immune systems (diabetes, lupus, etc).

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