Lip enhancement & semi permanent lip liner
in Bournemouth, Poole, Dorset & Hampshire
The naural way to enhance the colour and make lips looking fuller
Permanent make-up can enhance the lips in many ways:
making lips look fuller by placing the lip liner outside the natural lip line
enhancing the colour of pale lips with faded contour
creating lips look smaller by placing the lip liner inside the natural lip line
enhancing the shape of the bow (middle of the top lip)
making a bow where there hasn’t been one
making the lip more even and symmetrical
Semi-Permanent Lip Colour
As the ageing process begins we start to lose the shape, fullness and colour especially to the outer border of the lips where it most commonly fades. Lip enhancements are a wonderful way of subtly replacing lost pigment and can enhance your current lip shape or lip shade. It can also re-shape lips, visually increase the size of lips and adjust the shade.
Do you have any of these concerns? Loss of lip definition? Loss of lip contour? Uneven lips? Loss of colour? Thin lips?
All of these problems naturally happen as we get older and can be easily resolved with permanent make-up treatments. Well-shaped and nicely coloured lips are not a dream anymore. To achieve flawless lip colour and stop lipstick from bleeding try my permanent make-up.
I will carefully select a personalized colour from my palette ranging from natural lip shades to current fashion colours that compliment your natural skin tone, style and fulfil your requests. Next, your lips are precisely outlined and then blended either to one-third of the lip or covering the full lip. You’ll never have to apply lipstick again even after eating, exercising or kissing!
The device I use has the maximum level of precision that enables me to draw a really thin and subtle lip liner. Moreover, It works extremely gentle on the skin so the healing process is quicker than with other methods. I apply anaesthetics before and during the procedure so can feel more relaxed.
Permanent Lip Options
Lip liner is not used anymore by itself unless the colour used is very light and natural. Full lip treatments always start by creating the subtle contour line as well. My lip liner contouring enhancement can give a shape and definition to your existing lip line, the area where we lose our natural lip pigment with ageing. My technique can be used to correct asymmetry in your lip shape, and skilful use of colour can bring a plumper appearance to your lips.
Lip Blush Enhancement is for those who don’t want the whole lip to be pigmented. First, your lips are outlined with the delicate and subtle liner, and then I blend the colour onto one-third of your upper and lower lip using a soft shading technique to give you perfect natural lips with no clear outline. It can be made with colours harmonizing or close to your own lip colour. This technique looks better on fuller and normal size of lips rather than the thin ones.
3D Full Lips
It is ideal for those who like lips looking like with lipstick or would like to try a new colour. The colour is applied on the whole surface of the lips, therefore any colour can be used. I can help you to achieve flawless lip colour that is long lasting and can make your lips looking fuller. Using the latest techniques of a few colours shading I can create a three-dimensional effect on your lips that will add depth and more plumped look especially if you have thinner lips
Q: Should I bring my lipstick? A: Yes, please bring any lip glosses, lipsticks etc that you like to use the most which will give me an idea in which colours you look and feel best.
Q: I have cold sores at the moment, can I have a lip treatment? A: No. The outbreak in the lip means you cannot have the lip treatment done. It must be fully healed in order for a permanent make-up lip treatment to be performed.
Q: I have a history of cold sores (herpes simplex); will this prevent me having treatment? A: No, you can still have a lip treatment. However, If you have a history of cold sores (herpes simplex virus) it is likely you will have an outbreak, therefore, I advise you to contact your General Practitioner to obtain the prescribed medication to prevent such outbreaks, or use your regular medication from your local chemist. You should use for one week before and one week after your treatment. This can help to minimize an outbreak.
Q: Can I have a lip wax or bleaching treatment before a lip treatment? A: You can have your lip waxed or bleached at least two weeks before your permanent lip make-up treatment.
Q: I have just had dermal fillers in my lips, can I still have permanent make up? A: Yes, you can have your lip treatment completed at least 14 days after your lip filler treatment.
Q: Does the lip treatment hurt? A: Lips can be more sensitive than brows or eyes, due to the larger surface area and greater blood supply. I use topical numbing cream before and during the treatment to reduce any discomfort.
Q: Does the lip swell during treatment? A: Yes, some minor swelling is normal. However, it lasts for the maximum of 2 days.
Q: How will my lips look like immediately after the treatment? A: Lips generally feel a little sore, which is normal. You may also experience some swelling and redness immediately after the treatment which can last 1-2 days. After this, you may experience dryness and flaking for 2-5 days after the treatment. The pigment colour selected for your lip treatment will be looking darker, at first. However, after lips are fully healed which is after about 7 days the colour will look a lot softer and lighter.
Q: What type of food I should avoid after the lip treatment? A: If you have had a lip treatment, you should avoid eating spicy and salty foods until the area has healed. I also recommend drinking liquids through the straw during the healing process.