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Lip blusing is a type of semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing procedure achieved by deposting pigments into your lips.  It focuses on altering both color and shape to create younger looking lips. 


Expect your lips to be fairly swollen for the first 1-2 days.  Your lip blush color will be most vibrant immediately following your session.  The color will start to fade to the desired hue within 5-7 days and it is important to always keep your lips moisturized during the healing process. 


 First Initial Visit $450 

 Touch-up $100 (6-12 weeks)


3-6 months $150

6-9 months $200

9-12 months $250

12-24 months $375

Call for a consultation.


All lip blush clients are highly advised in obtaining an anti-viral medication from their doctor,  especially if you have a history of getting cold sores in the past.  Permanent make up does not cause cold sores, however, if you carry the virus, it lays dormant in the nervous system and can be aroused by the infusion process.  A refill perscription should also be considered for your touch up appointment. 

  • Do not drink caffeine, alcohol or work out 24 hours prior to your appointment.

  • Do not take blood thinning medications (with consent form your physician) and supplements such as vitamin E, fish oil, aspirin, niacin, or ibuprofen 24 hours prior to your appointment.

  • Avoid high vitamin supplements 24 hours prior to your appointment

  • Avoid intense tanning 1 week prior to your appointment

  • Discontinue Glycolic's, Chemical Peels, Retin-A and any eyebrow growth serums 2 weeks prior to your appointment.

  • Refrain from using an Alpha-Hydroxy Acid (AHA) products near your brows 2 weeks prior and 2 weeks after your appointment.

  • If you use Botox, it should be preformed 2 weeks prior or 2 weeks after your appointment. 

  • We do not do work on anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding, no exceptions. 


Please check to see if you have any of the following contraindications as it is best not to book an appointment until you consult with your doctor. If you are unsure, please feel free

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  • Allergic to Lidocaine

  • Viral infections and/or diseases

  • Epilepsy

  • Had an organ transplant

  • Blood borne conditions such as HIV or

  • Hepatitis

  • Skin cancer

  • Pregnant or nursing

  • Diabetic

  • Accutane in the past year

  • Skin complications

  • (Psoriasis, Keratosis Pilaris, Eczema,

  • Dermatitis, Sunburn etc.)



  • Keep the area CLEAN.

  • It is very important to remove lymph fluid from the surface of the skin to prevent heavy scabbing. Before bed, rinse the area with lukewarm water, gently removing the dry lymph and gently pat dry.

  • Avoid soaps or facial cleansers on pigmented areas -wash around them- pat dry with a clean towel.

  • DO NOT rub, scratch or pick any crust along the tattooed area. Early removal of pigment crusts may result in loss of colour.

  • DO NOT apply makeup on the pigmented area during the healing process.

  • Avoid swimming, soaking, steam baths and facials for the 1st week.

  • Avoid applying exfoliates or AHA/glycolic acid products to the tattooed area for at least 2 weeks.

  • Avoid sun exposure (including tanning beds) during healing process

  • The lips will look very intense as well as become swollen for 2-3 days depending on the individual. Usually the scab will peel off after about 5-7 days. During this time the colour will look quite pale, only the lip line will show a light colour. Be patient until the skin matures which will take at least one month, at this point you can see a more natural result.

  • Use clean Q-tips to apply Antibiotic Ointment (Polysporin) 3 times daily for 3 days (If you have allergic reaction to Polysporin, i.e. redness, rash and swelling, stop using Polysporin and see your doctor immediately.)

  • Keep the area MOISTURIZED. Use ointment provided and/or Vaseline. Do not allow lips to dry out.

  • Avoid eating spicy and salty food and use a  straw to drink for the first  few days.

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