Cosmetic lip tattooing, often known as permanent makeup, is an option for women who want to change their lip colour or make their lips more defined, even, and fuller. We offer permanent and semi-permanent lip tattoos that can be used as a cosmetic lip enhancers. In time, our lips thin and lose their definition and color.
After receiving permanent lip tattoos, your lips will appear fuller and more enticing. Lip tattoos are also more long-lasting and effective than dermal fillers in terms of improving the appearance of the lips. Having their lips tattooed beforehand creates a nice contour for women considering injectable and gives injectors advice. Contact us right now to find out how we can help you.
Before your lip tattoo appointment, the tattoo artist will create a drawing of your selected design. A line will be drawn around the part of your lips you’ve selected.
Next, your artist will puncture your skin with sterile needles to introduce the precise ink colours in a progressive, scientific manner. When the tattoo is complete, your lips will be covered with a sterile bandage to prevent infection.
Expect some blood and pain during the process. A lip tattoo may be more painful than a tattoo on another body region, such as the arm or leg.
Before leaving the studio, ensure you are familiar with the aftercare instructions because it can take up to two weeks for a new tattoo to heal fully. Because you can’t wash your mouth with soap, you’ll need an antimicrobial mouth rinse to keep it clean.
Those who want to acquire lip tattoos should be aware of the following warnings:
If you get a lip tattoo, here are some things to look forward to:
After the surgery, your lips will be puffy and uncomfortable for a few days. It will appear much darker than the colour you chose during the consultation.
Lip tattoos can be applied to the lips’ inside or outside. Permanent cosmetic tattooing on the lips is also an option.
You can minimize problems by selecting a reliable tattoo artist and shop. However, infections are more common with this type of tattoo since it is harder to keep them clean.
It is painful to get a tattoo near the mouth because of its sensitivity.
When it comes to lip tattoos, they fade more quickly than those on other parts of the body. A touch-up every few months is possible, even if your tattoo is meant to last for years.
Once your lip tattoo fades, you’ll need a touch-up to keep the design looking its best. Because of the chance of fading, you should plan on getting a touch-up every few months.
It’s not always necessary to start over from scratch, though. In certain cases, a fading tattoo may need minor touch-ups, such as adding new colours.
If you’re looking for an entirely new look, consider getting your lips tattooed. This is a common occurrence with permanent makeup.