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Lip Blushing

What is Lip Blushing?

Lip Blushing is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo that adds fullness and definition, and corrects asymmetry. 

Initial session: $275

Touchup session (6-8 week): $125

How long does it last?

Results will always vary from person to person, after your initial session and the touch-up, your results should last between 2-3 years. Additional touch-ups may be required depending on the person and look desired. Permanent makeup ink is not the same as body art ink, and by design, it does not last as long as body art ink.


You cannot receive Lip Blush if you are:

  • Under 18 years old

  • Are currently using Accutane or have used Accutane within the past year

  • Have a freshly tanned/sunburned face

  • Are on blood-thinning medications

  • Have had Botox, filler, or chemical peels within 4-6 weeks of the tattoo appointment

  • Have Eczema or Psoriasis in or around your lip area 

  • You are a smoker 

  • You have a history of MRSA

  • You have an auto-immune disease.

  • You have thyroid/graves disease 

  • You have anemia 

  • You have a history of keloid or hypertrophic scarring.

  • You are currently undergoing chemotherapy.

  • You are pregnant or nursing. 

  • You have uncontrolled Diabetes type 1 or 2 

  • If you are under a doctor’s care and have questions at ALL about being able to have this procedure, it is your responsibility to meet with your doctor and get written approval.

  • If you are prone to cold sores, please see the instructions below.

If you are prone to cold sores, lip tattooing CAN cause outbreaks, which can result in loss of pigment. We ask that our clients take their prescribed anti-viral medication starting 72 hours prior to their appointment and after the procedure to prevent an outbreak. You can still have lip blushing done! We just want to ensure you get the best results possible. Consult with your doctor for any additional questions.

** Please note - even if none of the above apply, lip blushing results cannot be guaranteed. This is a cosmetic tattooing procedure, the skin can be unpredictable, and it is up to your skin to retain the pigment. Generally, results are successful: however, due to skin type, healing, or bleeding during the procedure, some results can vary**

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