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Things you should know before you get your lips tattooed!

Posted by Ann V. On 2016 Dec 7th

Things you should know before you get your lips tattooed!

Permanent lip tattooer makeup is also known as micro pigmentation or cosmetic tattooing.It can improve the appearance of lips without surgery or fillers. Permanent lip makeup restores the colour of the lips that are too pale. It a kind of tattoo that decreases the need to reapply lipstick every day. 

In Permanent makeup, pigment is implanted into the upper layer of the skin like tattooing and medical restoration which corrects imperfection of scars and dull skin. Permanent make up is for people who have Vitiligo (lack of natural pigmentation on the skin) and scars on faces, but others are also using cosmetic tattooing to enhance their beauty.

If you’re tired of reapplying the lipstick repeatedly or dissatisfied with your thin lips, permanent lip makeup can be a solution. You can pick shade of your favourite lipstick or any neutral shade for natural look. Both permanent lip liner and lipstick can be applied in variety of colours. After permanent lipstick tattoo,you just need to apply simple lip-gloss and your lips will look beautiful.

Cost of permanent lip tattooing

The cost of permanent makeup or tattoo is directly related to the experience of the specialist and quality of his\her service. You ought to pay more if your procedure is performed at a physician’s office or at a specialized clinic rather than at a salon or spa. In general, a single procedure costs between $300 and $1000, which should include at least one follow up visit, and post-procedure skin care products. Some technicians may charge you onper hour basis.

Risk and benefits of permanent lip tattooing

Lips are an important beauty feature of the face. They form your smile and assist in expressing emotions.Nowadays, people around the world are applying permanent lip tattoos to make themmore attractive and beautiful but they forget to see that it can have many side effects like bleeding, swelling, bruising and tenderness if not taken care of.

Poorly sterilized needle can lead to infection. Some people may be allergic to shades of cosmetic tattooing ink. There is another major riskof permanent tattooing which are scars known as keloid that form around the tattoo without proper aftercare.

Sometimes in case of permanent lip makeup, the lips gets bluish and purple. It is said to happen when you already have cool undertones and the color is too cold placed on the lips. It can be warmed up by putting warm color on them. Colors like coral can be a good choice, since, when it fades it will make the lips look slightlypink, which wouldn’t really feel like the color has faded.

Permanent lip tattoo is a fair option if you have a receding lip-line or your lips are turning pale for some reason. Major downside is, it is a permanent procedure. Once you have a color on the lips, it’s there to stay with you forever. Be very careful in what you wish for, and in choosing the artist/specialist for the job.