Lip blush vs full lip colour

Lip blush vs full lip colour

When it comes to lip makeup, the procedure includes having the coloured pigment tattooed into the dermal layer of the lips, which can last for many years.

This can be very appealing as many different kinds of people can benefit from receiving this treatment.

In this process, colour pigments are injected under the dermal layer to either reshape or colour the lips. This is a process done by Naomi Waite PMU service that appeals to many for a variety of reasons. Those with asymmetrical lips may opt for this treatment to even out their lips. 

Semi-permanent lip makeup can be very beneficial to those who were born with either thin or asymmetrical lips. 

Another reason to opt for a semi-permanent lip makeup procedure is as a matter of convenience and financial savings.

Lip Blush

Lip blush tattoo is a type of semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo that enhances the lips’ natural shape and tint, giving them a glossy appearance. It also gives the illusion that they’re naturally fuller.

Lip blush adds definition and a soft flush of colour to the lips. Pigment colours are custom mixed for your skin tone to give you a natural look with no makeup. Think of it as your own lips, but only better.

Full Lip Colour

Just like permanent lip liner, permanent lip colour is ideal for women with texture around their lips. Full lip colour will give you depth and dimension while eliminating bleeding. Colour is applied throughout the lip and includes a separate colour of lip liner if desired.

Another reason to opt for semi-permanent lip makeup is to apply slight colour to the lips. As people begin to age, the once vibrant colour of their lips often begins to fade. 

For this reason, individuals may choose to have semi-permanent lip makeup applied to make their lips appear healthier and more attractive. 

Ladies who have a very busy schedule but also want to always look their best can benefit from this procedure as they will not need to keep reapplying through the day, so this will save them time throughout the day, plus their lips will always look their best.

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How many times can you Microblade eyebrows?

How many times can you Microblade eyebrows?

Semi-permanent make up can be used to create the perfect brows that you always dreamed of.

Maybe your brows are asymmetrical, or maybe you over-plucked them as a teenager and your brows are now very sparse, or maybe you suffer from a condition that prevents your brows from growing properly.

Microblading brows could change all that.

Or, maybe you are undergoing a long term treatment such as chemotherapy and you just want a confidence boost.

Here’s how Looks At Liyah could help you with a great procedure could help you.

Our technician will tattoo the permanent makeup pigment into the upper layer of the skin, in place of your existing eyebrows.

Various techniques can be used to make your eyebrow tattooing look like individual eyebrow hairs, this will make your new permanent eyebrows look very realistic.

The shape of your brows will depend on various factors including the shape of your existing eyebrows. The contours of your face will also be taken into consideration.

If your existing brows are very thin, microblading your eyebrows as a permanent make up will be added to thicken out your brows.

If your brows are asymmetrical the procedure can be used to level your brows so that they match in size and shape.

If you do not have any brows at all photos can be used when you had eyebrows to help the technician apply the correct shape that you have been used to in the past.

In all cases, your brows will be penciled on as a template until you are completely satisfied with the size and shape of your new permanent eyebrows.

The end result will be perfectly applied eyebrows that you are proud of which will help give you back the confidence that may have lost as a result of having no brows, sparse brows, or uneven brows.

Once the pigment settles down to the correct colour after a couple of weeks your new brows will be perfect every day.

If you’re thinking how many times can you microblade eyebrows: to retain them perfectly, a top-up treatment will be required approximately every 12-18 months.

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