Lip Neutralization services are a tailored solution catering to individuals with cooler or darker-toned lips. Typically ideal for clients with darker skin tones or those whose lips have darkened due to various factors such as weather conditions, hyperpigmentation, or underlying medical concerns, this specialized procedure offers a targeted approach to restoring a natural, balanced lip tone.
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Within 12 weeks of your initial session, you'll return for a gifted touch-up. During this visit, we'll evaluate your healed results + make any necessary adjustments.
We make sure to walk you through all the aftercare + answer any questions you may have.
Tattooing can take anywhere between forty-five minutes to an hour+. Timing is based on end goal and your lips reaction to the service.
We'll discuss pigment selection, carefully considering your goals + your lips' natural appearance.
This step is only done if needed and is dependent on your lip anatomy. You may or may not be mapped during your session.
Let's discuss your goals + go over our process! We want to make sure we're on the same page throughout the entire service + there are no surprises.
People opt for lip neutralization for various reasons, including wanting to achieve a more uniform lip color, reducing the appearance of dark spots or discoloration, enhancing the effectiveness of lipstick or lip gloss application, or simply for aesthetic reasons.
It typically involves some swelling, tenderness, and temporary color intensity. It's essential to follow aftercare instructions provided, such as avoiding sun exposure, applying a&d ointment regularly, and avoiding certain activities that may interfere with the healing process.
You can 100% be tattooed even if you're prone to cold sores, but it is incredibly crucial that you take a medication, like Valtrex, 5 days prior and 5 days after to ensure no outbreak occurs. A cold sore outbreak can result in uneven or minimal retention. You really want to protect your new tattoo as it heals!
We will assess your skin tone, undertones, and the natural color of your lips to determine which shades will complement your complexion best. Your lip's tone plays a significant role in choosing the right pigments to create a successful neutralization.