Lip Blush

Lip Blush is a semi permenant tattoo that enhances the natural colour and shape of your lips by depositing coloured ink into your lips. This can last 1-3 years. Often straight after your treatment your lips will appear very bright and swollen, this will go down and fade out to a natural colour once healed.

Due to some health conditions this treatment may not be suitable for certain people. Please contact us to discuss if you have any concerns. All info will be emailed out prior to treatment as well.



Lip Blush Prep

You MUST start preparing for your treatment 7-10 days before your treatment for best retention results. You have just invested a lot of money into your brows so please follow this exactly. Preparation and aftercare is 90% off your final result.
The following should be strictly avoided:

  • All forms of caffeine (decaf is fine)
  • Alcohol
  • Aspirin & Ibuprofen
  • Fish, krill, evening primrose oils
  • Spices that can thing the blood ie cinnamon, turmeric
  • No exercise the day of appointment
  • No sun exposure 30 days prior to appointment
  • Restrict water consumption day of procedure
  • No botox/filler 2 weeks leading up to treatment and until 2 week after treatment
  • No covid vaccine 2 weeks leading to treatment and until 2 weeks after treatment

Lip Blush Aftercare

  • The colour will appear super bright straight after your treatment, don't be alarmed as this will fade up to 60% over the next 5 days
  • Your lips may swell, this will go down within 24-48hrs
  • For the first 2 hours wipe your lips every 15 mins with the wipes given to you in your aftercare bag, this is to get rid of any lymph that may form
  • For the first 12hrs avoid hot drinks and food. While your lips are healing drink hot drinks through a straw
  • 12 hours after your treatment you can apply the aftercare balm provided up to 3x per day. Make sure you wipe your lips before you apply the balm. Your lips will become super flakes you want to keep them a little hydrated
  • Lips heal super quick and will peel within 2-3 days
  • DO NOT pick, rub or bite the area
  • DO NOT apply any lipstick/lipbalm or product on the lips until they have fully healed (after 7 days)
  • Your lips may look patchy while they heal, this is normal