Permanent Make-Up

The process begins by using a pencil to draw the design on the lips. Once the client is happy with the design, both client and esthetician choose a color and the micropigmentation can start.

There are several options when considering permanent makeup on the lips:

  • Lip liner (Done only on the borders of the lips).
  • Lip liner + shadowing (Shadowing is done from the outside in to soften the liner).
  • Filling (Done all over the lips. It can be done with a liner of the same shade or in a different shade).

Please follow these recommendations after your permanent makeup procedure

1. Ice the area consistently during the first 24 hours after the procedure. You should do this in 15-minute periods. That is: ice for 15, rest for 15. Put the ice inside a plastic bag and then wrap it around a towel so it is not so uncomfortable. By icing the area you avoid swelling and the skin heals quicker.

2. Apply Vaseline or Vitamin E three times a day during the first two weeks after the procedure. Rinse or wipe off the area between each application.

  • Avoid taking in direct sunlight during the first two weeks. Wear a hat and sunglasses when going out.
  • Avoid saunas, hot tubs or pools (chloride) during the first two weeks.
  • Try not to shower for prolonged periods of time and avoid using very hot water. You can protect the area by applying some Vaseline before showering.
  • Do not rip off the scabs that will form. If you do, you might peal away some of the pigment along with the scab and you will then have colorless patches on the area.
  • Do not use Retin A or any glycolic acid on pigmented areas while healing.

Special Care Instructions for:

LIPS: Do not wet your lips with your tounge as this may increase the risk of lip herpes. If you know you carry the virus, please consult your phisician.
You must also use alcohol-free mouthwash and avoid consuming hot, greasy, spicy or very salty foods. Apply chapstick to moisten your lips. Your lips will feel very dry after the scabs have fallen off.

NOTE: The success of the procedure depends on how well you follow the aftercare instructions.

Should you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.





This client came in with previous makeup. The new contour was outlined in a color different from the filling.

This client had a poorly defined edge on the upper lip. The lip line was made bigger and defined in a darker color than the filling.

This client’s lower lip is thinner than the upper lip. Both the lining and the filling were done in orange tones.

This client’s upper lip was scarred to due to a burn. The lining a filling were done in a deep red but she must come back for a revision and possibly a touch up.

This client only wishes to have the lip lining done. The lips have been well defined with the makeup, and we must note that on the first picture she still has traces of lipstick.

This client’s previous makeup was badly done. We made some corrections to its shape and made the outline and the filling to be the same color. The picture was taken upon finishing the job, it will look lighter in a week or so.

This This client’s upper lip was very well defined. The outline and filling were done in the same color, it will look lighter in a week.

This client’s lips are very thin. We were able to make them look fuller and filled them in. The after picture is a bit dark but it the quality of the work is still very noticeable.

This client came in with previous makeup and wished to revamp the color. She has several wrinkles on her lips, that are better camouflaged with permanent makeup than with regular lipstick.

This client’s lips are very small so she wishes to make them look bigger. The entire lip was filled in. The picture was taken upon finishing the work and the color will look lighter in few days.


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