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Lip Blush Services

What is Lip Blush?

Lip blush, also known as lip PMU (permanent makeup), is a popular cosmetic procedure that involves tattooing the lips to enhance their color and shape. This semi-permanent makeup technique has gained popularity in recent years due to its ability to add definition and fullness to the lips without the need for constant maintenance.

Lip Blush

How Lip Blush | Lip PMU Works
and our Pricing...

The first step of the Lip Blush procedure is a consultation with a trained and certified PMU artist. During the consultation, the artist will discuss your desired result and assess the natural shape of your lips to determine the best technique for your individual needs.

Once you are satisfied with the plan, a topical numbing cream will be applied to minimize any discomfort during the procedure. The PMU artist then uses a hand-held machine or manual tool to deposit pigments into the upper layers of the skin, creating a natural-looking tint on your lips.

One of the main benefits of Lip Blush is its semi-permanent nature. Unlike traditional lip tattoos which can have harsh and unnatural results, Lip Blush gradually fades over time, giving you the opportunity to change or adjust the color or shape of your lips. Additionally, the pigment used in Lip Blush is specifically designed for use on lips and is generally made from natural ingredients, making it safer for the delicate skin on your lips.

After the procedure, your PMU artist will provide you with aftercare instructions to ensure proper healing and long-lasting results. This may include avoiding certain foods and activities, keeping the lips hydrated, and using a healing ointment. It is important to follow these instructions carefully to maintain the color and shape of your lips.

Lip color is customized to each client based on natural lip color, undertone, and skin tone.


$300.00, First Session, (2-3 hours)

$200.00, Touch ups, (2 hours 30 minutes)

Touch ups must be booked no sooner than four to six weeks following your appointment. You must allow your lip to heal before any additional treatment can be done.

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