Cosmetic Tattooing SydneyLip Blush - Aquarelle & Velvet & Ombre Lip - Lip Flip
We're specialising in Lip Blushing - Lip Tattooing-
The beautiful lips have been admired element of beauty in art from around the world. But nature doesn’t always grace us with a beautiful lip and sadly the time can modify it as well.
Lip blush, a type of permanent makeup, can add a gentle hue to your pale lips. By shading and blending with naturally toned pigments within or outside your natural lip line. We tailor your lip shade to your liking, giving you the choice between bold definition or subtle shading.
Whether you have a specific color in mind or not, we provide an extensive variety of lip tattoo colors to select from. Imagine having perfectly symmetrical and luscious lips that only need a clear gloss or lip balm for extra shine. We can help you achieve perfectly shaped and even lips.
We are committed to providing you with the best possible lip tattooing experience and achieving your desired results.
Lip Tint Tattoo
“Bitten Lip Tint” tattoo
The aim of the lip tint tattoo is to be subtle and natural, as if you’ve just been kissed. This lip tattoo offer you a translucent – lighter pigmentation in comparison to Lip Blush. Your lips can appear fuller by simply defining and enhancing them with pigment. Our lip tint provides you, a long-lasting natural pigmented lips
Imagine rolling out of bed with a perfect, sexy lips every morning. If you have fuller or having lip fillers, this tattooing style will look great on you.…No previous tattooing!
Gives a youthful look to your face
Aquarelle Lips is an advanced semi-permanent lip tattooing procedure. The aquarelle lip tattooing is soft, airbrushed effect on the lips, similar to the watercolor painting.
Typically, the Aquarelle Lips tattooing is done in two sessions. While your lips will look great after the first session, the perfection of the desired outcome is achieved in the second session. This two-session approach allows for additional fine-tuning of the lip shape and color to ensure the best possible results.
Get a natural glamour look for your lips
Candy Lips tattooing technique developed by M. Ravier from Paris. Using various tattooing techniques, enhance the fullness of your lips with three distinct shades of the popular candy pink.
Even if you have thin lips, Candy lips tattooing can still give you stunning results. The finish is natural and glamorous, with a dazzling smile and plumped lips.
Take advantage of our free 30-minute consultation. We’ll provide a comprehensive explanation of this procedure.
Permanent Lip Liners
Blended or Shaded lip liners $350
Get ready for luscious lips that require minimal effort with the Lip Liner permanent makeup treatment. We can achieve a plumping effect and the better symmetry through Shaded or Blended Lip Liner tattooing. You can achieve perfect lip shape and balance through lip liner tattooing. For those who desire full and luscious lips but don’t have them naturally, a little of help is necessary…
Ombre Lip - LipStick Look Tattoo
The technique used in ombre lips is to color the outline of the lips with a darker shade. Filling in the rest of the lips with a gradually lighter color, leaving the center of the lips the lightest. The transition is soft and nicely blended, so the whole thing looks really attractive. The reason why people love the look is the illusion of fuller lips without fillers, and that’s definitely something we all want.
Lipstick effect lip tattoo technique will give you a more saturated color, more defined shape and will look like you are wearing sheer lipstick all the time. Color can be light and natural, which will give you more options if you like to wear a different lipstick color over the lip tattoo sometimes. The longevity of this technique is greater than that of a lip blush tattoo, owing to the more saturated pigment. Can last up to 7 years. To maintain the color’s appearance, yearly touch-ups are advised.
Men's Lip Blush
Permanent MakeUp can make mote attractive the Male lips
Lip blushing has gained so much popularity over the years with women, however, more and more men are starting to see the benefits of lip blushing and are requesting this service. The challenge with male lips is making the color and shape as natural as possible so that it is virtually undetectable…
Lip Flip for a bigger lips
One session $250
The Plasma Pen is a device that utilizes plasma energy to perform various cosmetic procedures, including lip flip. When used around the mouth, the skin contraction caused by the Plasma Pen can result in reshaping the lip to create a more pouty and attractive look.
Topical anesthesia apply the duration of the Lip Flip is relatively short. Considering the noticeable results it can achieve. The Plasma Pen creates small arcs of micro-currents, which generate small scab-like dots on the skin. These dots will need to be protected from sun exposure as they heal. The scabs should be allowed to fall off naturally, and it’s essential not to pick at them.
Following the treatment, the healed tissue may exhibit some redness, which is a normal part of the healing process. Applying a cooling gel can help minimize any tingling or burning sensations that may occur. It’s important to follow the aftercare instructions. Healing time around 7 days or more…
Prior to your Lip Tattooing
Cold Sore Prevention: If you are prone to cold sores or carry the herpes simplex virus, it’s recommended to consult with a healthcare professional for appropriate medication to prevent an outbreak.
Lip Preparation: Prior to the procedure, gently exfoliating and moisturizing your lips can help create a smooth canvas for the tattooing process. However, it’s important to avoid excessive exfoliation or using harsh products that may cause irritation.
Dry Cracked Lips: It’s advisable to avoid tattooing on lips that are dry and cracked as they can be more prone to bleeding. Moisturizing your lips leading up to the procedure can help ensure optimal conditions for the tattoo application.
Timing of Other Treatments: If you plan to undergo waxing or bleaching treatments, it’s recommended to schedule them at least two weeks before your lip tattooing procedure. Additionally, if you have had dermal fillers in your lips, it’s advisable to wait at least four weeks before getting permanent makeup.
Lip Blush & Lip Tattooes Aftercare
After getting a lip blush or lip tattooing, it’s important to follow proper aftercare instructions to ensure optimal healing and long-lasting results.
Ice can be used in the first 24 hours after the procedure to reduce swelling. However, after this initial period, the use of ice is no longer beneficial.
Wiping and Drying: To prevent or minimize scab formation, gently wipe your tattooed lips with a wet cotton round every hour for the first 16 hours. After wiping, pat the area dry. This helps to remove any fluids that may leak from the tattoo and promote faster healing.
Ointment Application: Apply a minimal amount of ointment as necessary to keep the tattooed lips moisturized.
Avoide: Toothpaste and mouthwash can have a lightening effect and may remove the lip color. Use caution when brushing your teeth or using mouthwash to avoid direct contact with the tattooed area.
Showers: You can take showers after the procedure, but avoid washing, scrubbing, or touching the treatment area. Hot and steamy baths or showers should be completely avoided, as they can negatively affect the healing process.
Scab Peeling: It’s crucial not to pick at the scabs that may form on your tattooed lips. Allow them to peel off naturally, as picking can lead to scarring or uneven healing.
Sun Exposure: Minimize exposure to the sun and protect your tattooed lips from direct sunlight. Sun exposure can fade the color and affect the overall appearance of the tattoo.
Swimming: Avoid swimming in fresh, saltwater, or chlorinated pool water until the tattooed lips are fully healed. Submerging the treated area in water can disrupt the healing process and potentially cause infection.
Retin-A: If you use Retin-A or any other topical medication, avoid applying it to the treated area for at least thirty days. These products can interfere with the healing process and may affect the outcome of the lip tattoo.
Lip Tattooing is not recommended
Are pregnant or nursing
Are undergoing chemotherapy
Have major heart problems or a pacemaker
Have had an organ transplant
Have uncontrolled high blood pressure
Have diabetes (consult your doctor, it may be possible)
Have an auto-immune disease (consult your doctor, it may be possible)
Have anemia (pigment may not be retained properly)
Have a history of keloid scarring or hypertrophic scarring