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Lip blushing is a semi-permanent tattoo that enhances the color and shape of your lips to give the impression of more fullness! This is done by depositing a colored ink into your lips and along your lip line to improve the overall look. The color is subtle to give natural-looking results. Like Nano Brows & other permanent makeup services, Lip Blushing is performed with a tattoo machine, and numbing cream is applied throughout the entire process for maximum comfort. Not everyone is a candidate for Lip Blushing, so it's extremely important to read & watch the video in full to decide if the service is for you!




  • $390 & one free touchup 

  *Annual touch up pricing depends on how much pigment is left in the lips & if color correction is needed*



  • If you have a history of cold sores, it is advised to use an anti viral medication 5 days prior to your appointment up to 5 times a day. Anti herpes medication will reduce the incidence of an outbreak by 50%

  • Gently exfoliate your lips the 7 days and 2 days before your appointment 

  • Make sure your lips are clear of anything that could compromise your lip blushing service 

  • Hydrate your lips as much as possible starting a week before your appointment 

  • Drink lots of water

  • Do not take aspirin or any other anti-inflammatory  medication such as Ibuprofen two days prior to your appointment 

  • Do not discontinue using any medication without a doctors consent

  • Do not consume alcohol 2 days prior 

  • Do not use Resin A skincare products close to the area to be treated 6 weeks prior 

  • Do not use AHA skincare products close to the area to be treated 4 weeks prior 

  • Avoid chemical peels and procedures close to the area to be treated 4 weeks prior  

  • IPA laser hair removal should be done no less than 2 weeks prior

  • Waxing & bleaching treatments should be done no less than 2 weeks prior

  • Electrolysis treatments should be done no less than 4 weeks prior

       Dermal fillers should be done no less than 4 weeks prior 



• Gently cleanse your lips with non scented soap minimum twice a day or as needed 

• Apply aftercare minimum twice a day, or as needed until lips are fully healed ​

  •  Remember, your lips will be strongly coloured and sharply defined for 3 – 7 days after your appointment. As they heal, the colour will soften into a subtle shade.The approximate healing period is 7 days, but healing can be prolonged if your immune system is compromised

  • Stress, poor diet, and failure to follow the aftercare guidance can all contribute to poor healing or infection.

  • Keep in mind that unevenness of colour is to be expected. This is the purpose of the second touch up, allowing us to fine-tune your enhancement.

  • Everyone retains pigment differently, and it’s difficult to determine how long your treatment will last. Some skin types retain pigment well and the color stays looking fresh for a year. Others have skin that naturally rejuvenates at a quicker rate, therefore the pigment fades faster

  • For long term care, use a good sunscreen – sun exposure will fade your micropigmentation enhancement.



  • Herpes Simplex Virus is present on your lips

  • Lip Filler is done less than a month prior

  • You have extremely chapped lips the day of your appointment  that exoliation did not help

  • You are taking acutane (you must wait at least 6 months to get the lip blushing treatment  after you have completely stopped

  • You drank alcohol less than 48 hours prior to your service 

  • If you are taking the prescription Anabuse which can cause sensitivity  and  reactions to alcohol products  (You must completely stop using it before receiving the lip blushing service

  • You are breast feeding

  • You have had a chemical peel less than one month prior to your appointment

  • You actively have cuts or abrasions on the lips

  • You have had seizures due to epilepsy within the last 3 years

  • You actively have inflammatory skin issues present such as acne, psoriasis , dermatitis eczema 

  • You are using Retin A (must stop using 6 weeks prior to y9our appointment

  • You currently have Shingles (must wait 6 months)


  • You have cancer

  • You have HIV/AIDS

  • You are allergic to ANY permenant makeup or tattoo services 

  • You have any form of contagious diseases 

  • You have hepatitis 

  • You have an allergy to latex

  • You have lupus

  • You are pregnant 

  • Your skin heals dark due to minor injuries 

  • You have hypertrophic scars on your lips due to minor injuries

  • You have keloids on your lips 

  • You have birthmarks or port-wine stains on the lips or mouth area


Once contracted, the virus lays dormant in your nervous system for life and will become active if the immune system is compromised. If you do have the virus you can still get the lip blushing service, but it is advised to take an antiviral medication or ointment pre & post treatment which can be obtained from doctor or over the counter. Two highly effective medications are Acyclovir tablets and ointments.

*Even if you have never had an outbreak, there is still no guarantee that you won't have one after receving a lip blushing service as the virus may be dormant in your system and you are unaware.   

*If you have had a recent outbreak, you should wait to receive the service until the skin has fully healed which is typically within a minimum of 6 weeks*


  • You have high blood pressure 

  • You have Vitiligo 

  • You have artificial heart valves​

  • You have any autoimmune conditions 

  • You typically need antibiotics for dental treatments (this is because the lips are part of the mouth area)

  • You are on blood thinning medication 

  • You are a diabetic 

  • You have haemophilia 

  • You have heart palpitations 

IMPORTANT! If you have ANY issues with your lips the day of your appointment please contact Justine to reschedule when your lips are 100% healed. The Lip Blushing service CAN NOT be performed the day of if any of the following conditions are present:
-Extremely Chapped lips
-Herpes Simplex Virus 
-Long lasting hyperpigmentation in the lips
-Lip Filler done less than a week prior


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