How To prepare for TINTED LIPS:
Exfoliate your lips everyday with a lip scrub prior to treatment date, and apply a lip moisturizer nightly. (We recommend to apply organic honey)
If you have had cold sores, lip tattooing can cause outbreaks. We ask that clients take a prescribed anti-viral medication a few days prior to their appointment and after the procedure to prevent that. Consult with your physician.
If you have an outbreak on your lip area, or any other type of scratch/acne please reschedule your appointment as soon as possible.
Must be off Accutane for one year
Fillers must be done 4 weeks before procedure
Avoid any sunburn 1 week prior
Avoid blood thinners, alcohol, ibuprofen, caffeine, and any other pain relievers 24-48 hours before your appointment.
Can not be pregnant or breastfeeding
If you have a prior cosmetic tattoo please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a picture before booking. If it is too saturated we may not be able to work it. We do not offer touch-ups on other artists work, touch-up prices are for our previous clients only. If you are a new client to us you must book for a new procedure.
We can not tattoo lips that have alot of melanin or very strong blue/purple tints. If you are unsure if you are a candidate please book a consultation or email a clear photo of your lips to email@example.com
*Must be over the legal age of 18 - Valid ID Required.
What ARE TINTED LIPS?
Tinted Lips are a cosmetic tattoo treatment done using a machine, to give the effect of a tinted lip balm when healed. Lip blush treatment enhances the natural shape of your lips, giving them a boost, symmetry and color. Pigments are available in all different shades to match all the lip colors to provide a subtle color that enhances the natural lip color, lip scars could also be camouflaged.
Tinted Lips $475
6-8 week perfecting touch-up $50
*for a more detailed pricing chart please see “pricing” tab located on website*
IS IT PAINFUL?
To ensure maximum comfort during the procedure topical anesthetics are used prior and during your procedure. Most clients feel little to no pain. Pain tolerance and sensitivity varies from person to person.