Semi Permanent Make Up – Lip Blush

Semi Permanent Make Up – Lip Blush

Semi-permanent makeup is often confused with cosmetic tattoos (also called permanent makeup). They are NOT the same. Cosmetic tattooing is an older technique that may use ink for body tattoos. They are permanent and will not disappear. They tend to look unnatural and often discolour over time to a bluish gray.
Semi-permanent makeup, on the other hand, is the newest innovation for beauty and is an upgrade from cosmetic tattoos. The biggest difference is that semi-permanent make-up is NOT permanent; the shade only gets lighter and lighter through the exfoliation of the epidermis.

This procedure creates a beautiful, sheer layer of colour for fuller, brighter and more pronounced looking lips. Lip tattooing helps correct and balance the symmetry of lips that are uneven, too thin, too thick, or scarred. It can also enhance the natural colour and shape of “perfect” lips. A natural appearing permanent cosmetic lip liner can be applied to give more definition, correct uneven lips, which will result in a fuller appearance.

*Introductory promotion price $350 for the first 10 clients . This service includes after 6~8 weeks free touch up.


  • All SPMU appointments require NON-REFUNDABLE $100 deposit towards the full procedure. 
  • If you wish to reschedule your appointment, you must notify us 72 hours prior to your initial appointment. Failure to do so will result in the forfeiture of your deposit and another $100 deposit requires when you reschedule.
  • We only accept clients that never had previous work done before at the moment .
  • A current picture of your brows or lip without make up, no camera filter picture will be required. Please send to before booking.
  • Any free touch up must be booked within 3 months of initial appointment. Once touch up surpasses 3 months it will be a $100 fee before 1 year mark.
  • Deposits made can not be transferred to other services.


If you have anything listed below , you are UNABLE TO BOOK

  • Breastfeeding
  • Pregnancy
  • Under the age of 18 (need parental consent)
  • Botox (wait at least 4 weeks before booking an appointment)
  • Fillers (wait at least 6 weeks before booking an appointment)
  • Have taken alcohol/blood thinning medication day of procedure
  • On Accutane within one year
  • HIV
  • Epilepsy
  • Hepatitis/Jaundice
  • Eczema on the area of procedure
  • Undergoing chemotherapy (please advise doctor before going through procedure)
  • Diabetic (please advise doctor before going through procedure, MUST PROVIDE DOCTORS NOTE)
  • DO NOT drink alcohol or caffeine the day you are to have your procedure.
  • Plan your procedure with your schedule/vacations/events! DO NOT schedule when you have an incoming event that conflicts with healing. You will need 7~10 days heal.

NOTE : The deposit will be forfeited if you show up to the appointment with anything listed above.


The procedure should involve very minimal pin-point bleeding. Therefore, during your procedure you want to avoid any excessive bleeding, which can drastically effect your ability to numb and the overall results.

  • DO NOT drink alcohol or caffeine the day you are to have your procedure.
  • DO NOT take any blood thinning medications (unless prescribed by a doctor for medial reasons) one week before your appointment (aka: Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil, Ibuprofen, etc)
  • Plan your procedure with your schedule/vacations/events! DO NOT schedule when you have an incoming event that conflicts with healing. You will need 7~10 days heal.
  • Please eat before the procedure, since you want normal blood sugar levels for any tattooing procedure. You will not feel like eating after (And you have to wait 3 hours for any food)
  • You will want to start a lip scrub once a day for 3 days before your procedure so that your lips are prepped and don’t have a rough texture, which will prevent proper pigment saturation and a poor healed result. Use the morning of your
    appointment day as well . Do not over scrub to the point that you have raw or compromised skin.
  • You may buy a lip scrub from any local drug store or make a sugar lip scrub at home (google sugar lip scrub) in order to exfoliate off dead layers of skin.
  • Use moisturizer often on you lips in the days prior to the procedure to maintain smooth texture.

VERY IMPORTANT: If you have a history of cold sores you’ll need to start taking an anti-viral prescription (Valacyclovir, Denavir (penciclovir), Valtrex or acyclovir (Zovirax)), at least a week BEFORE your proposed procedure. Cold sore outbreaks are often triggered by stress or trauma to the lips and skin. Therefore if you are a carrier, lip blush will likely cause an outbreak if you do not take an anti-viral medication prior. Your appointment WILL be cancelled and the deposit will be forfeited if you have had a history of cold sores and do not follow this instruction. This is because cold sores will effect the healing/results and can even lead to scarring. So please do not skip this step, you will be happy you didn’t and have better results.

*Remember that cold sores could happen to anyone at any time after the procedure and it is temporary. It is not a sign of incorrect treatment or lack of safety, it is the reaction of the skin to the procedure.



  • DO NOT Get soap, shampoo or other cleansers on the treated area during the first 7 days.
  • DO NOT eat for at least 3hours after the procedure.
  • DO NOT tanning or excess sun exposure for 30 days.
  • DO NOT pick, scratch ,rub at the dry skin / flakiness; let the skin fall off naturally. Picking can cause scarring and premature loss of pigment.
  • DO NOT apply makeup to the tattooed area for the first 2 weeks. Cosmetics of any kind may interfere with the healing and color of your tattoo.
  • DO NOT use Vaseline, Neosporin or other petroleum-based products while healing.
  • DO NOT bleach, tint or dye the tattooed area for 30 days following the procedure.
  • DO NOT apply any anti-acne products (e.g. Benzoyl Peroxide, Salicylic Acid, Proactiv, etc.) or lightening creams (skin bleaching creams) such as hydroquinone to the treated area while healing.
  • DO NOT Use anti-aging products or facial products containing Alpha Hydroxyls (AHAs), Retin-A, Lactic or Glycolic Acids.
  • DO NOT thread, wax, or use hair removal products on the treated area while healing.
  • DO NOT exercise and/or break a sweat for 2 week after.
  • DO NOT swimming , sauna, steam or jacuzzis and avoid water pressure for two weeks.
  • DO NOT Soak your face underwater in a bathtub or allow the shower to spray directly in your face for two weeks.
  • DO NOT apply lipstick , lip balms, or other lip products during this time until after 2 weeks . It is possible that an allergic reaction to the ingredients of the product may occur should you apply within this period.
  • DO NOT get laser treatments can affect and change the shade of your lips, eyes or brow semi permanent makeup, always advice the laser technician you are wearing permanent cosmetics and they can act accordingly.


  • Apply recommended ointment gently with a cotton swab 3 to 5 times a day for at least 1 week.
  • Apply Aquaphor to keep the tattoo protected after 7 days while it continue heals and to soothe any discomfort such as itching or dryness.
  • If the area does get wet, pat dry very gently with a clean towel or tissue.
  • Be careful when eating spicy, salty or citrus foods; avoid them if possible.
  • Drink through a straw to prevent contact with contaminates and washing off your healing balm and also be careful when brushing your teeth use a minimal a mount of toothpaste.
  • Rinse lips with warm water after every meal. Keep them absolutely clean and moist all times.

1 – 7 days: darkest pigment. don’t worry, it’s temporary!
7 – 15 days: pigment may lighten to be even lighter than the final result
15 – 30 day: intensity of the color increases slightly (final results before touch up)
Day 30: time to touch up of the pigment.

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