Makeup enthusiasts all over the world are well aware that one of the emerging beauty trends is lip tint. It gives the lips a fuller and brighter appearance with a touch of color. Even though there are high-end cosmetics available for it, most fashionistas are interested in permanent procedures to get the look. Permanent lip liner and permanent lip tint are safe alternatives to lip makeup. It utilizes cutting-edge technology for permanently applying tint through intradermal micro-pigmentation. To deliver superior and safer results, the therapy employs a 100% single-use, sterile device. These pigments are introduced into the lips to give a natural and soft appearance. You can choose a neutral color, a bright color, or one that matches your favorite lipstick. How Is Permanent Lip Blush Procedure Carried Out? To ensure a satisfactory outcome, your treatment will begin with a consultation in which you can discuss the style and color of your choice. As with every cosmetic procedure, all the important details will be discussed and planned out in advance. You will get the full creative liberty to pick the design, color, and form of your lip augmentation. Once you have decided on a color, the permanent makeup artist will customize a shade to match your expectations. You and your permanent makeup artist will work together to come up with the perfect color for your skin tone. After the procedure has been explained to you and you have approved the design, the best topical anesthetics will be used to numb the area. You should expect to get detailed instructions on aftercare once you are done with the procedure. The entire process will take about 2-3 hours.
How Long Does Lip Tint Last?Permanent lip blush typically lasts two to three years and gently fades over time, returning your lips to their natural color. For people who want to keep their permanent makeup looking fresh, annual color boost appointments are suggested.
Potential Risk Factors InvolvedThere is no semi-permanent or permanent cosmetic procedure without some risk. To decrease the chances of infection or allergic reactions, always go for a well-reputed, licensed artist.
What Are The Contraindications For Lip Tint?You are not a good candidate for this treatment if you are under 18, pregnant or breastfeeding. Other contraindications are:
- Blood clotting disorders
- Conditions requiring blood thinners
- Allergies to topical anesthetic preparations
- Skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis