Permanent Makeup


 Lip blush is no doubt a beautiful option for those who want to accentuate the lips, add permanent color, change the shape slightly or have a bigger lip illusion. This procedure is one of my favorites and it looks really beautiful. Keep in mind that the pigment will fade up to 50% after the first session. After the first session, it is very important to follow the aftercare instructions and return in 4-6 weeks for the 2nd and final session (touch-up) to see the healed results and conduct an evaluation. We also add pigment to areas that faded and fix any “imperfections.”

Lip fillers have to be done either 4 weeks prior to a lip blush procedure or 4 weeks after. Same goes for facial waxing, lasers, Botox and chemical peels. People who have ever had a cold sore or have any type of herpes can be prone to a lip flare-up after the lip blush procedure, so it is important to have medicine on hand in case a flare comes up. Consult a doctor to obtain an anti-viral medication as a preventative procedure. 

With lip blush, it is recommended to do an optional annual touch-up to freshen up the pigment. However, the pigment can look great for up to 3 years. The procedure takes about 2 hours, but I like to schedule for 3 hours to cover an initial consultation, discuss aftercare instructions and pick the perfect color. We use numbing creams and gels throughout the whole process. It is one of my main priorities to make clients feel comfortable and include them in every part of the decision-making process.

Please note:  For the first 4-5 days, lips may be sensitive to touch, slightly swollen, appear uneven, and the color may be brighter than desired. This is very common for all permanent cosmetic lip procedures.


  • Do not work out the day of the procedure.
  • Do not tan or have sunburned face.
  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil or Ibuprofen 24 hours before procedure.
  • No alcohol or caffeine 2 days before the procedure.
  • No waxing 3 days before the procedure.



       Please be aware that the result of the procedure can be affected by the following: Medication and health conditions, Skin Conditions –  i.e. oily and poor skin, very dry/flaky skin, sun-damaged skin, loose or laxed skin, Natural skin undertones, Alcohol intake and smoking, General stress, immune system, Poor diet and not following the aftercare instructions.


      Your post-procedure lip care consists of cleaning your lips every hour for the first four hours after your procedure and then every three to four hours the day after your procedure using our aftercare pads which will be provided to you. In between each wipe, Aquaphor should be applied to your lips and your lips should be kept moist and coated at all times even at night. You must apply a thick coat of Aquaphor to your lips before bedtime. We recommend keeping your lips coated and moisturized for 3- 4 weeks post-procedure. Your lips may slightly scab and peel. You must let the scabbing process happen naturally. This is very important for your retention and skin healing. Do NOT pick at the scabs, scratch your lips, peel your scabs off, or scrub the area. This can result in scarring and will affect your overall retention of the pigment.



      • Pregnant or nursing
      • Diabetic
      • Chemotherapy (consult your doctor)
      • Viral infections and/or diseases
      • Epilepsy
      • Pacemaker or major heart problems
      • Organ transplant
      • Skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
      • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)
      • Botox in the past 2 weeks