As we await the arrival of our new lip-blushing service, we thought you might benefit from more information regarding this novel procedure. Let’s look at what it is, why it’s really popular, and what you can do to prepare for such a treatment. We can’t wait to have this ready at Heather James Ink very soon!
What is Lip Blushing Anyway?
As we mentioned last time, we intend to offer lip blushing and scar camouflaging in the near future.
Lip blushing is a technique that involves really fine needles to apply pigmentation to the perimeter of your lips. Especially for the top of your lips, this can provide significant volume if your lips are thinning or you have to constantly reapply lipstick. It’s yet another way that we harness micro-tattoo instruments to fabricate fuller and beautiful lips.
The best part is that it’s not a dramatic makeover, so hardly anyone will notice you enhanced them procedurally. We classify this as “semi-permanent.” There is minimal upkeep, but it’s also not a majorly intrusive alteration. It’s a nice and conservative beauty adjustment that doesn’t involve an inordinate recovery time.
How Did Lip Blushing Become Popular?
This premium and effective lip treatment continues to gain popularity, enough for us to retrain and start offering it at Heather James Ink. Lip blushing isn’t cheap, but it’s good to have an alternative, especially if you’re wary of injection methods like lip filler. This is a simpler approach, with no harsh chemicals, and no potential for horror stories from botched results.
Honestly, we wouldn’t be surprised to see lip blushing become as popular as microblading and eyelash extensions in the near future.
How Should I Prepare for Lip Blushing?
Like anything else we do, there’s a process, which includes a few preparatory items. Here are a few tips on what to do prior to getting lip blushing with us:
- It’s relatively pain-free, but if you have a low pain threshold, then you may want to take a minor pain-reliever beforehand. Be careful, however, not to take harmful substances right before the procedure.
- Avoid consuming anything that might trigger bleeding, especially if you suffer from iron deficiency. These would include alcohol, fish oil, and any strong opioids or painkillers.
- Prepare yourself for post-procedure adjustments, too. Needle treatments are likely to produce some degree of swelling and temporary scabbing. That’s why it’s smart to be ready with ice packs, coconut oil, and lip balm for at least the first 24-48 hours following lip blushing.
- Avoid excessive sun exposure and sweating immediately after lip blushing.
Heather James Ink is eagerly preparing for the launch of lip blushing at our business here in Frisco, TX. It won’t be much longer and you’ll be able to take advantage of this effective, non-intrusive, and beautifying treatment. If you have any questions about lip blushing, don’t hesitate to contact us at any time.