Price includes a 60 day touchup
- 1 hr1 hour
- 250 Canadian dollars$250
One of the many enjoyments of permanent cosmetics is to wake up with the perfect color on your lips! Nothing that is too bold but just the right amount to enhance your natural beauty and create definition to your lips. Permanent lip color very effectively enhances naturally pale tissue, provides definition, and corrects uneven or asymmetric borders. Permanent lip liner also eliminates lipstick bleed, softens fine lines around the mouth, and creates a more voluminous, sensual looking lip. Lips can lose volume, color, and definition as a result of aging, hormonal changes, various medical conditions, sun damage and trauma. Permanent lip color and lip liner enhancement is an excellent solution that provides stunning results with anti-aging effects. The most color question I get asked is “can you apply the pigment outside of my lip line?” Yes but no. With permanent makeup lip application, I usually apply the color to someone’s natural lip border or slightly above. One of the biggest mistakes with permanent makeup lip application is when a certified technician creates a new outline of someone’s lips to make them look fuller and bigger. If someone wants to add fullness to their lips, I highly recommend to do lip filler first, then permanent makeup. The lips have a little different healing process. Immediately after the procedure the lips will appear very dark, thick and bold. You will want to apply ice to bring down the swelling after the procedure and the following day. It will take 3-7 days for the crusting to shed off. During the 3-7 days, the lips will feel very dry and tight. You will want to keep them hydrated! Once the crusts flake off your lips will look opaque or like all the color has disappeared. It can take 2 weeks to 30 days for the color to rejuvenate back to the surface.That price does include a touchup that is scheduled 60 days from the initial procedure. If the lips need to be darker, lighter or if a piece chips off, it’s all enhanced during the touchup. If you are prone to fever blisters, please start on an anti-viral medication (prescribed by your physician) 5 days prior to any lip procedure.This will help avoid an outbreak since fever blisters are a known side effect to the lip procedures. The lips take around 2 hours. The longest part is letting the numbing creams set and going over details about the procedure. Take Tylenol 30 minutes before your procedure and bring your lips colors with you to match the colour.
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2329 Sparrow Crescent Northwest, Edmonton, AB, Canada