Lip tattooing also referred to as lip blushing is a cosmetic tattooing procedure that is done by using tiny needles to deposit pigment in your lips. Although it is occasionally referred to as lip tattooing, this is more of a cosmetic enhancement than a traditional tattoo. The goal of lip blushing is conducted in SOMATOLOGY/HEALTH AND SKINCARE/AESTHETICS to give lips a younger appearance by changing their color and shape.
There is no universally accepted definition of beauty, and everyone’s lips are unique. But lip blushing might be of interest to you if you want to alter the shape or color of your lips. However, there are numerous aspects of the procedure to take into account, such as your pain tolerance and potential side effects.
The process of lip blushing is comparable to lip tattooing. It is completed in the manner described below:
Your lips will first be numbed by a qualified therapist in the field of SOMATOLOGY/HEALTH AND SKINCARE/AESTHETICS so that you experience less pain and discomfort. Your therapist will discuss your desired lip shape and tone with you as well as any sketches that require your approval while you wait for the numbing agent to take full effect. The next step involves using tiny needles to apply a pigment that appears natural to your lips. To help achieve an even tone, this is applied in several layers. The entire procedure may take between two and three hours.
In SOMATOLOGY/HEALTH AND SKINCARE/AESTHETICS, therapists do not consider lip tattooing as a permanent treatment but is it referred to as a semi-permanent procedure because you will need to repeat the process every few years. Smoking, sun exposure, and routine lip exfoliation can all hasten the fading of the pigment.
The risks and negative effects of lip blushing are similar to those of conventional tattooing. Although they will lessen as your lips heal, minor side effects are to be expected. These consist of Pain, swelling, and redness