VELVET LIPS

$500.00

LIP MICROPIGMENTATION – WHAT IS THE TREATMENT?

Lip micropigmentation is a treatment  to which the perfect lip color can stay with us for longer. Lip pigmentation methods are different and depend on the client's expectations and the natural lip redness. The most popular technique is the shaded technique, which involves saturating the lip red just next to the contour, moving towards the lighter center. This is what characterizes the  Velvet Lips  technique. This is the most universal method thanks to which we can correct lip redness,  As a result of local loss of color, the occurrence of post-herpetic scars or Fordyce spots, And give the desired color. In some cases, very narrow lips, significant asymmetry, It is advisable to fill the lips first and then apply pigmentation.

FREQUENTLY QUESTIONS

How long does the procedure take to complete?

The average time required for a procedure is between  2.5 - 3 hours. Touch Up: 1.5 - 2 hours .

Is the surgery painful?

Pigmentation treatment is a moderately painful procedure. During treatment, you may experience mild discomfort, burning, and skin irritation. The degree of this discomfort depends on the client's personal pain threshold.

How often do I need to repeat treatment?

Lip pigmentation usually includes 2 treatments - the main treatment and a complementary treatment, which takes place after 4-6 weeks. To ensure that your pigmented lips always look perfect, they should be refreshed every 1-2 years depending on your skin type and the pigment used.

I am concerned about the color choice, is it decided together?

The treatment is preceded by a thorough color analysis of your skin. We discuss together the intensity of saturation of your lips you expect. After collecting all the information, I choose the color that best suits you.

I have had permanent makeup done, can I have it re-made at your salon?

If your permanent makeup is not done by me, I will need you to come to my studio for an evaluation

TREATMENT INFORMATION

CONTRAINDICATIONS
BEFORE THE TREATMENT
AFTER CARE