Permanent Lips

What is

Permanent Lip Liner?

Permanent lip liner is simply a form of cosmetic tattooing that is implanted on the lip vermilion with the intention to make lips appear fuller, youthful, luscious, and provide symmetry and precision, more pigmented.

What is

Lip Blushing?

Lip blushing is a form of cosmetic tattooing procedure achieved by implanting colour pigments in the lip tissue using small configuration of needles. While also sometimes called lip tattooing or lip micropigmentation, this is more of a cosmetic improvement rather than usual tattoo art. Lip blushing  and shading puts emphasis on changing both colour and shape to create youthful appearance. Everyone’s lips are unique to their own, and there’s no guideline of beauty. But if you would like to change the presentation or hue and shade of your lips, you may be interested in lip shading.

However, there are many facets of this specific treatment take into to consideration:

Requirements to take into account before starting

Lip blushing tattoo procedure:

A lip “blushing and lipstick look” procedure is very much the same to lip tattooing. It’s accomplished in the following way:


Considerations for lip blushing/ lip liner before and after:

Lip blushing and lip liner can assist in considering if your client would like to accomplish more symmetry and accentuate the lips. ‘Trivine Permanent makeup’ as the permanent makeup artist will likely assist our clients in choosing the correct colour with a warm undertone for each client.

Lip blushing and Lip liner the healing process and after treatment care:

The series of events during the healing process of lip blushing is nearly identical to that of the traditional body tattoo. The Client will experience some swelling and redness, tenderness, and warmth. It is suggested to treat these possible side effects with ice or a cold compress. Clients would feel tempted to bandage the lips, but the most important thing is it should air-dry for best possible results.

As the lip tissue starts to heal, the skin will have tiny little scab or dry skin for approximately a week. It is of utmost importance to not pick at these scabs or the skin. This may cause excessive bleeding, colour loss, possible scarring and uneven tone as the lip tattoo heals.

Applying A&D ointments on the lips for the relief of sensitivity and colour protection.

The Client must also consider avoiding vigour excessing for a few days as the lips heal. Refrain from direct sun light during this healing time, too. Do not be troubles if the lips look darker than anticipated; this is absolutely normal, this is a side effect that will fade as the lips heal.

It can be expected to identify the complete results from lip blushing or lip liner in about a month to 6 weeks.

‘Trivine Permanent makeup’ may ask the client to come in for a touch-up appointment at this stage to re-evaluate the healed results. A follow-up treatment after the touch-up session can be required after a couple of months to achieve the desired end-result of the client.

Some of Our

Frequently Asked Questions

Trivine Permanent makeup will apply a local anaesthetic numbing agent to the clients’ lips before the procedure to assist in minimizing any form of pain and physical discomfort. The Clients pain tolerance play an important role, the lower the clients pain tolerance, the higher the amount of physical discomfort she/he might feel during the procedure. Nevertheless, some people may not feel much discomfort at all. The client may consider taking acetaminophen before the appointment to lower her/his chances of feeling discomfort. Avoid taking naproxen, ibuprofen, or aspirin before the lip blushing procedure at Trivine Permanent makeup, along with the follow supplements like omega 3,6 and 9, garlic, gingko, and vitamin E — all of these can increase the risk of bleeding and bruising.

Lip blushing/lipliner, lip shading, decadent lipstick is considered a semipermanent cosmetic procedure. This means the client will be needing to repeat the permanent lip blushing procedure with Trivine every 5-10 years to maintain his/her results.

Repeated lip exfoliation, dry lip epoxides, UV exposure, and smoking can all have an effect on pigment deuteriation.

Probable side effects and precautions

Lip blushing bear the possible same aftereffects and risks of usual tattooing. Lesser side effects are to be expected, though they’ll lower as the client’s lips going through its healing phase. These include:

  • Swelling and water retention
  • Redness and heat
  • Pain and physical discomfort

*Without appropriate aftercare and healing, the clients’ lips may become infected. Call a physician if any of the following is noticeable:

  • excessive swelling and blistering
  • worsening pain and throbbing
  • pus oozing from your lips

A serious infection may also cause a fever and chills.

Other possible side effects include:

  • itchiness and irritation
  • rash or possible allergic reaction
  • scars or skin defect
  • skin bumps, skin blistering
  • discolouring
  • blood-borne pathogens from contaminated equipment


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