The full lip has been a revered element of beauty in art from around the world and across the centuries. But nature doesn’t always grace us with this beauty mark and time can alter it as well.
Why Lip Blush?
Lip blush is a micro pigmentation technique that taints your lips with a flush that appears natural yet enhancing. Using only organic pigments, we achieve a color that deepens the natural color of the lip, appearing fuller and richer in pigmentation.
Pros to Ruth Swissa Lip Blush:
- No lipstick smudges
- No more re-application
- Swim and sweat
How Does Lip Blush Work?
At Ruth Swissa lip color is applied to the entire lip surface by the micro-pigmentation process. We then redefine the shape of the lips, if desired, correcting imperfections in symmetry or shape. We can even redesign the outline of the lips, in order to create a more desirable look. A few weeks after the procedure, touch-ups are performed, leaving you with full, gorgeous lips. Clients who have permanent makeup applied to their lips can choose between a package with one touch-up, or two, depending on how gradually they prefer to build the color.
During the procedure, topical anesthetics are applied to the lips to minimize any discomfort you may feel. We have also acquired a new cooling machine that makes the procedure much more comfortable. After the procedure, slight puffiness will be apparent for the first twenty-four hours. The applied color is likely to appear approximately twenty-five percent darker or lighter, immediately after its application, but will achieve its permanent color after a few weeks. During this interval, it’s normal for your lips to feel somewhat dry or chapped, so we strongly advise you to frequently apply moisturizing lip balm.
Lip Blush FAQ’S:
Q: Is it possible to have a natural looking permanent lip blush color?
A: Yes. The lip blush permanent makeup yields the most natural results, as lip-liner tends to look very unnatural. With the help of Swissa’s skilled color-blending expertise, the pigment shouldn’t stray too far from the original color, in order to preserve the natural look. Lip blush look luscious and last longer.
Q: Who is the best candidate for permanent lip blush?
A: The best candidates for permanent lip blush are individuals with naturally faint lip color, individuals with scars or discoloration around the lips, individuals with uneven lips, those who simply want to save time.
Q: If I have a scar on my lip, is it possible to blend my color?
A: Yes. Ruth Swissa specializes in skin camouflage and prides herself in her sharp color-blending sensibilities.
When choosing a permanent makeup professional, it is important to select a licensed cosmetologist who is a member of The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals and has proven experience. One should never compromise on skill and technique. See our beautiful before and after results below: