Semi-Permanent Makeup - Semi-Permanent Lips

Semi-permanent makeup procedures are growing in popularity. Semi-permanent lips are a great option for anybody who wants to enhance their lips’ natural beauty and add colour and volume without the need for lip fillers or applying lipstick on a daily basis. This procedure shapes and defines the natural lip line. It is ideal for correcting uneven lip lines or correcting natural asymmetry in the lips. It’s a treatment that can be done on adults of all ages and genders.

Keeping reading to find out all of the things you need to know about semi-permanent lips before you book your appointment.

Your Consultation

If you’ve decided that semi-permanent lips are right for you, then you will start with a consultation. This will include a patch test, to make sure that you do not have any allergic reactions to the pigment to be used during the procedure. You will discuss your plans for defining and shaping your lip line, and how you want the colour and fullness of your lips to be enhanced. You might want to bring some of your favourite lip makeup products along to the procedure to compare colours and use as a guide for choosing the right pigment for you.

How to Prepare

Here are the essential things you need to know about semi-permanent lips preparation, so you know how to confidently prepare for the procedure and ensure that you get the best results.

1. You should avoid caffeine and alcohol for twenty-four hours prior to the appointment.

2. Take a break from any products like retinols or vitamin C serums that you might use in your skincare and beauty routine for around two weeks before the appointment.

3. Avoid any injectables, laser treatments, chemical peels, or facial waxing, 2 weeks before your treatment,

4. If you have lip fillers, you can still get semi-permanent lips, but leave six weeks between your lip fillers and the semi-permanent lips procedure for the best results.

5. The day before your appointment, use a gentle exfoliator on your lips and apply a moisturiser or lip balm to keep your lips smooth and fresh for the procedure.

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Aftercare For Your Semi-Permanent Lips

Once the procedure is complete, knowing how to best care for your lips will make sure that you recover well and get the best results. Lips will usually heal differently compared to other parts of the body where you might have had semi-permanent makeup, like the eyebrows.

Over the first few days, it’s not uncommon to experience some discomfort and soreness, but this will not usually last long. Don’t be alarmed if the colour of your lips looks much darker to what you want at first; this is also normal, along with a little bit of swelling. Your lips will begin to lighten gradually as they heal. Before you leave, you will be given a balm to apply to your lips; put this on every day to speed up the healing process and keep your lips in good condition.

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Who is Eligible for a Semi-Permanent Lips Procedure?

Anybody aged over 18 can have a semi-permanent lip tattoo procedure. If might be an ideal choice of treatment for you if you are not satisfied with your natural lip shape or colour and want to avoid treatments like lip fillers while still being able to improve the definition and fullness of your lips. It can also be a good option for you if you are tired of applying and reapplying lipstick all day and want to speed up your beauty routine in the morning.

Women in particular tend to benefit from this procedure, especially older women, since it is ideal for restoring faded natural lip colours or receding lip lines, providing you with a more youthful appearance. Semi-permanent lips might be ideal for you if you want flawless, youthful lips every day. Get in touch now to book your consultation.

Book Your Semi-Permanent Lips Wimbledon Appointment

For the most natural looking, fuller lips , get in touch today to book your semi-permanent lips consultation in South London. Call our specialist Annette for a free consultation on 07895 567829.

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