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Lips blushing or Permanent Lips

Lips filler/ injection is sure to be the talk of the day, however there is another options out there for enhancing the lips which is growing in popularity- the Lips Blushing or Permanent Lips Tattooing.

Lips tattooing is not new, it has been around for decades, but gone are the days for the dark red, fade to blue lip liner tattoos. The latest trend in lips permanent make-up can not only correct your lips colour but enhances the shape and size of your lips, too.

Lips blushing is a form of permanent make up, it is a cosmetic tattoo of the lips that enhances the beauty of the natural lips, improving the shape of the lips, giving definition and the illusion of fullness. This treatment delivers very natural results, once healed. Filler is great for creating the volume in your lips, but lip brush delivers a more natural look and also give the illusion of fuller lips.

How does it works: Our skilful technician uses sterilised needle is used with a digital makeup machine to deposit pigment into the lips, which builds layers of colours. This treatment can work as a corrective service to help even out the tone of the lips, but it can also help with asymmetry. The pigment colour is tailored to suit each client skin under tone and lips tone.

Our colours are from LaBina brand , made in Germany with over 20 years of experience. This pigments do not contain ferrous Oxide pigments which can cause a discolouration to an unwanted tone.

Labina pigments are produced using highly purified water, similar to that used for injections. Many allergic reactions that occur after pigmentation treatments are caused by the utilised preservatives ( e.g paraben) . Infection can also be caused by germs in pigmentation colours. Due to the immune system defences of the body that are triggered by such infection, it is possible that immediately after treatment there is an increased rejection of the pigment, which can cause a faded or patchy pigmentation. Even dead germs are still able to trigger negative reactions in the body. It is therefore particularly important to use pure, clean and microbiologically stable colours.

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