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Lip Liner / Lip Blush

A semi permanent lip procedure is a great way to dress your lips. If you have naturally pale or thin lips then this is a really effective way to add shape and definition. There are three options you can choose from. You can have a lip liner, lip blush or full lip colour. All three of these procedures intend to enhance the natural shape of your lips, give colour and define the area. The lip procedure does take slightly longer than the other procedures as the lips are more prone to swelling during treatment. This is perfectly normal and the swelling will subside quickly and totally disappear within 3-5 days. A full lip colour is fantastic for correcting any natural asymmetry within the lips and adding real definition to a perhaps flat looking cupids bow. Please allow an hour and a half to two hours for a full lip procedure. A lip line would be much quicker!

Top Up's

A top up is advised for all procedures but I would say even more crucial for any kind of lip treatment. If it is a Lip Blush procedure you are after then this will have to be implanted on the ‘Top Up’ session as we will have to wait for the base of the lip liner to fully heal before creating the lip blush itself. It is advised you book in for your top up between 6-12 weeks after your first appointment. A darker colour can also be implanted during a top up of the client wishes.

Wake Up With Make Up

All procedures take a minimum of 2 visits, the first appointment with consultation and the second being the 'Top Up'. I believe 'Less is Best' so the desired look will be built up over the two appointment's to ensure no one is overdone.

I advise that your first appointment creates a softer effect which can be altered on your second visit giving more definition and depth. if required. 

Each visit should be spaced out between 6-12 weeks and any 'top up' booked any later than 16 weeks after the first appointment will be treated like the first procedure, this will also affect the cost of the treatment. .

A 'colour boost' is recommended every 12 - 18 months to keep your make up looking crisp and fresh.