Lip Blush Treatment

Our lip blush treatment can recreate a soft shape for lips that have lost their shape due to aging, injury, or asymmetry. We create a soft outline on the upper and lower lips with a pencil, measure the cupids bow on both sides to ensure they are consistent, and then begin the predraw with the machine to retain the shape before completing the rest of the lip with a soft color. Depending on your undertone the colors can be pink based, or orange based in order to ensure your lips do not heal cool. Post care instructions are very important to retain the color long term. Touchups are required once a year.


Lip Blush neutralization is a cosmetic tattooing technique that is used to correct, neutralize or lighten the existing color of the lips. This technique involves implanting pigment into the lips to create a new base color that will help neutralize the existing color.

The lip blush neutralization is typically performed on individuals who have naturally dark lips. By neutralizing the existing lip color, the technician can create a more natural pink lips.

The lip blush neutralization tattoo can be customized to suit each individual’s unique needs and preferences, and the results can last for several years with proper care and maintenance. It is important to note that the lip blush neutralization tattoo is a semi-permanent procedure and will require touch-ups over time to maintain the desired color and shape.


Frequently Asked Questions

The cost is $749 which includes the touchup.

The pre care is to moisturize your lips a week prior to the treatment and exfoliate with a lip scrub 3 days prior to the treatment.

The post care instructions include an after care kit to ensure the lips are protected from dryness and infection.

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The pain level is 0-5 depending on your pain threshold. 

Lip treatments can last for 1-3 years based on environmental factors.

The contraindications are to seek prescriptions for antivirals for a five-day prescription to help prevent any cold sore reactivation, and Accutane for 12 months.