The choice of color is just as important and, if not more important, for a tattoo on the lips than a tattoo on the forehead. The underlying blue, purple or brown tones must be in balance and, in some cases, corrected using colors such as orange modifying pigments .
Immediately after the treatment, your lips look better than you, which you can share later when they fade in their permanent tone. There are plenty of pigmentation options to personalize the color of your lips and find the perfect color for your lips. We lip liner tattoo have a colder shade in the lisp, so we need to apply an orange base shade to make it a strange shade. It is also important to know that the color of the lips will fade a bit, so the color you initially got will fade, but will still be beautiful and soft.
An individual evaluation always takes into account skin sensitivities and allergies. Most clients with skin sensitivities or allergies are younger and eligible for tattooing, resulting in only a slight redness of the skin that decreases within one to two hours of treatment. All serious narcotic allergies such as lidocaine, tetracaine, latex or cosmetics must always be notified to your technician before your appointment.
Natural lipton and skin color should always be considered to obtain a suitable color for that customer. The lipblush generally costs between $ 700 and $ 1500 depending on where you live. Some cosmetic tattoo artists include touch-up and maintenance sessions at their own price. It may be tempting to go for cheaper options, but remember that lip blushing is a cosmetic service that requires technical skills and can only rely on fully trained professionals for such procedures. This entails costs, but you must put your body in the hands of someone you trust. Permanent makeup is becoming increasingly popular, especially among those who want to look good as soon as they wake up and don’t want to waste time making their eyebrows or swelling their lips every morning.
Some people are allergic to tattoo ink, but permanent lipstick treatment uses natural pigments that do not cause allergic reactions. Although it is called permanent lipstick, it takes 3 to 5 years, after which the color fades. The lips are also a very exposed area, which influences discoloration. However, if you are regularly updated, you can extend your permanent lipstick. It is important that your permanent make-up artist is very experienced, knows your work and is ready to answer all questions about treatment and aftercare.