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Lip Blush is a semi permanent procedure where pigment is implanted to the lips producing a lip tint look. If you have dull lips or looking to add color to your lips then this is the perfect procedure for you. Not only do we add color, we are also evening out the vermilion border of your lips to give it a fuller effect. No lip liner look! I am all about natural results. 

This procedure is done by depositing pigment into the lips to change the color and shape to give you the lips you desire. With this you will be able to have fuller lips without filler, as well as correct any imperfections such as scarring or hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation. By adding pigment to the lip we can make them appear lighter, darker, bigger, smaller, anything you choose. It is the perfect non surgical, non invasive treatment that gives you the opportunity to enhance your lips and boost your confidence. Most people are candidates for a lip tattoo.

Depending on the aesthetic that you choose, the lip treatment may take 2-3 hours. To ensure your comfort, numbing cream will be applied before process of your lips. You will get to actively participate in the creation and refinement of your shape. Note that after the first session your lips will be a little bit puffy and the color will be much brighter than the target color but after a few days or so they will settle down and reveal a soft and pretty look.

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  • Those under 18 years of age

  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding

  • Lip cancer

  • Smoker, leads to less than optimal retention.

  • Herpes Zoster in the face

  • Herpes Simplex with a regular break out (approx. 3 times a year)

  • Currently have an outbreak or have had an outbreak approximately 3 times a

  • Outbreaks compromise color retention leading to more touch ups. It could
    also cause the body to be stressed causing more outbreaks.

  • Pregnancy & Nursing

  • Diabetes Type 1

  • Lupus

  • Active Skin Disorders on the treated area: Cold Sores, Shingles, Impetigo,
    Psoriasis, Pink Eye, Sunburn, Severe Acne

  • Active Vitiligo

  • Severe Rosacea

  • Blood Disorders: Sickle Cell, Hemophilia

  • Keloid Formation

  • Accutane (must be off for 6 months)

  • Steroids (must be off for 6 months)



  • Cold sores are a risk of lip blush tattoo. If you EVER had cold sores, shingles, or Herpes simplex, it is very important that you are pre-treated with an antiviral. this prescription can be requested from your physician.

  • For your safety, we recommend you to take an over the counter antiviral -Valtrex or Zovirax- 1 day before, and 3 tablets after your lips procedure, to strengthen your immune system and avoid an episode of herpes or cold- sore (please consult with your doctor prior to taking these).


  • Exfoliate lips 24 hours prior to your appointment

  • Keep lips moisturized by applying lip balm daily prior to your appointment

  • If you EVER had cold sores on your lips, you MUST get a prescription antiviral medication from your physician and start taking it 24 hour before your lip appointment

  • No Lip Fillers 4-6 weeks prior to your lip appointment

  • Do not drink alcohol 24 – 48 hours before the procedure

  • Do not consume any caffeine 24 hour before your procedure

  • Do not take Aspirin or Ibuprofen for pain relief 24 hours before the procedure

  • No antibiotics or steroids for 30 days before your appointment.

  • Avoid sun and tanning one week prior to procedure.

  • Do not take Niacin, Vitamin E or Advil 24 hours before procedure.​

  • Do not drink coffee or any caffeine on the day of your appointment.

  • No Botox or filler injection on or around the lips 2 weeks prior.


  • During the first 4 hours post treatment, wipe/blot your lips with a clean, dampened tissue or cotton ball to eliminate the build up of fluids during the healing process.

  • After the first 4 hours, consistently apply small amounts of aquaphor to keep the lips constantly moisturised. Make sure your hands are clean or use a Qtip.

  • Drink liquids through a straw.

  • Eat bite sized manageable food.

  • When brushing teeth, apply aquaphor on your lips first to eliminate water and toothpaste from getting on the lips. 


NO guarantees can be made, additional sessions may be required to obtain optimal results. This will result in additional charges. Although we give our best efforts to provide you with quality service, many factors can result in a less than desired outcome as each client will heal differently.


  • 1-4 days- Initially, the new tattooed pigment will appear more intense than expected. Oxidation and blood rushing to the skin's surface darkens the appearance of the tattooed pigment.

  • 2-7 days- The pigment color of your procedure will be significantly softer and lighter during the healing process. The "disappearing act" is due to the immaturity of the epidermal cells. These cells have been exposed to pigment and the sloughing process disrupted. Your tattooed area will have a milky cast, diffusing the original chosen color. The pigment doesn't go anywhere. It's just not as visible through the "veil" of tissue during the wound-rebuilding stage, resulting from tattoo actuation.

  • 5-30 days- Translucency is slowly restored and you will see the pigment color deposited in the dermis. While these injected pigment tones may initially simulate the exact color chosen, it will not always be a perfect match. The tones of the injected pigment remain constant, while your own skin tones change depending upon exposure to cold, heat, sun, circulatory changes and medications.


  • Avoid spicy, oily and salty food.

  • Avoid swimming pools, saunas, hot tubs etc. until lips have healed (approx. 1 week).

  • Do not allow sweating for about 1 week.

  • Peeling can happen. If your lips start to peels don’t panic! This is normal for people that get any kind of tattoo on the skin.

  • No smoking for 1 week.

  • No kissing for 1 week. (I know, tough times!)

  • Avoid the sun and tanning booths and always use a sunblock when exposed to UVB/UVA.

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