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LIP TREATMENTS


Clients main concerns with lips are the thinning over time and lack of definition in the lip line. Semi-permanent makeup is the perfect answer to having those fuller luscious lips!


With a lip treatment Charlotte can recreate symmetry and definition for uneven lips. Volume can also be created by filling the vermillion border (the outer edge) and cupids bow to give the perfect pout. Charlotte uses a wide range of pigments, clients can choose from a soft hint of colour to an impact bright red the choice is theirs.


 

Lip treatments eliminates lipstick smearing and is loved by lipstick and lip gloss wearers. Different lipstick and lip gloss colours can still be applied over the top and it will be easier for clients to apply their own as they will a perfect lip line to follow.


 

The first part of the process is the consultation. Charlotte will talk to you in detail about the process answering any questions you may have about the procedure and what it is you are wanting to achieve. Charlotte will go through colours and match the perfect pigment of your choice and will advise what colours suit your complexion and skin tone. The lip liner is then drawn on with a pencil, Charlotte will even out symmetry and add volume where possible. Only until you are 100% happy with the shape of the lips will Charlotte begin the treatment.

 

The Treatment


Using a specialist machine Charlotte will gently implant pigment to the skin using a variety of sterile needles depending on the look required. The treatment usually takes around 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours but can vary on person to person. With lip treatment the lips are likely to swell and scab so Charlotte advices not to make any social plans for a few days afterwards.

 

The retouch

A free retouch appointment is needed 4-6 weeks after your first treatment. In this appointment Charlotte will go over the lips and add more pigment where needed. It is normal for lips to become patchy in the first few weeks. This is because the skin is healing and some parts may not hold in the skin as well. Charlotte is not always able to determine the healing process as each client is different. It is always advised each client attends for their retouch.