Lip Blush enhances your Lips with a healthy youthful tint. restore lost pigmentation with a natural- looking boost of colour for everyday wear without the smudge or fade. Lip Blush also provides long-lasting natural coloured lips. This is not meant to replace wearing lipstick, instead, it leaves more of a lip tint effect that keeps you looking fresh on days when you just don’t want to wear make up. This will also gives you a definition on the shape making the lips look fuller and younger.

Lip Blush is also good for those who have scars and want them covered up. You’ll never have to worry about looking pale while sweating out in the gym and re-applying your favourite lipstick on a date. Wake up with a Natural flawless lips with Lip Blush.

Afterpay and Steppay available when you pay in-store.

Lip Blush Pre-care Instructions

The following restrictions are to ensure your skin is in the best possible condition for an optimal procedure and result.

  • Please advise if you have moles, lumps, acne or scars in the brow area.
  • Do not work out on the day of the procedure as the body heat will expand the pores.
  • No tan on your face, Do not tan or have an intense sun exposure 3 days before the procedure.
  • No alcohol, tea, coffee, energy drinks 24hours before the procedure.
  • No blood thinners such as aspirin, Niacin, Fish oil, Vitamin E, pain killers such as Ibuprofen unless medically necessary, 48-72 hours prior to the procedure.
  • Do not use retinols, Retin-A, glycolic acid (or any other anti-aging creams or serums containing acids) 7 days before the procedure.
  • No medication should ever be discontinued without first consulting your physician.
  • No waxing, threading, tinting, tweezing 72 hours prior to the procedure.
  • Botox & Fillers must be done atleast 4 weeks before or after your appointment
  • Give the brows a good wash and light scrub the night before the treatment.

Candidates that are not suitable for the procedure:

  • Keloid former
  • Currently using accutane to treat acne, treatment may be performed 6 months after the completion of the therapy.
  • Pregnant or Breastfeeding
  • Undergoing chemotherapy
  • Diabetics (unless controlled)
  • Sunburnt skin
  • Allergy to alcohol
  • If you have any medical condition, please ask for a doctors approval

Preparing For Your Lip Blush

Here’s how to get ready for your Lip Blush procedure

If you’ve had any history of cold sores / blisters / herpes or if you’re unsure, you must ask for your doctors advise before undergoing Lip Blush procedure there is a high possibility that you will get an outbreak because of the stimulation of the needle.

  • Exfoliate & moisturise your lips with lip scrub. Gently scrub your lips 7 days before the procedure. Apply your favourite Lip moisturiser morning and evening for 7days until the day of the appointment. Any dry skin could make it difficult for us to implant the pigment onto the lips resulting to a poor result.
  • No fish oils, Vitamin E, blood thinners such as aspirin, niacin. Pain killers such as Ibuprofen. unless medically necessary 48-72 hours prior to the procedure.
  • No alcohol, tea, coffee, energy drink 24 hours before the procedure
  • If you have previous lip fillers, you must wait for a minimum of 4 weeks in order to get a Lip blush or Lip neutralisation.
  • Make sure that you are well Hydrated on the day of the 3 days before until the day of your procedure.

Our Work


To achieve the best results, it is vital that you follow the aftercare advice. Please review the following guidelines and refer to them as necessary. If during the healing process, you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to contact us.

You may experience the following for the first 4 days. These are normal part of the healing process.

  • Swelling & redness
  • Tenderness
  • Flaking and mild itching as the lips heal
  • Dry lips may remain for up to 3 weeks

First 2 days

  • Cold compress to reduce the swelling (wrapped in a thin cloth and cling wrap)
  • Lightly pat the lips with sterile water only to clean twice a day with a damp cotton pad
  • Drink out of a straw
  • Avoid spicy & salty foods

Daily care for up to 10 days or once flaking is finished:

  • Wash hands before applying with a finger or Q-tip to avoid cross-contamination of the product by not replacing the used bud into the aftercare ointment provided
  • Apply the aftercare balm lightly when necessary using a clean dry cotton bud
  • Do not take long hot showers as this will make the lips too wet and the scabs will be too soggy making it fall prematurely.
  • No make up on the lips should be applied for 5 days whilst healing
  • No kissing for 5 days to prevent infection
  • No facials 5days after your enhancement.
  • Do not pick, peel, or rub your lips as you will lose pigment and be left with uneven colour. Allow skin to flake away naturally.

Avoid for 2 weeks:

  • Do not expose your enhancement to direct sun, tanning treatments, Jacuzzi, saunas, salt water, chlorinated pools and direct shower spray
  • Do not receive bleaching, waxing, electrolysis or laser removal treatments close to your enhancement.
  • Do not use lip plumping products
  • Do not receive lip filler

To give you the best possible outcome with your treatment we need to prepare the lips by exfoliating them 7 days before the appointment and nourishing them daily with a lip moisturiser to ensure that they are free from any hard/dry skin.

The softer the lips are for treatment the easier the pigment will implant which means less treatment time and less trauma resulting in faster healing and better retention.

Pain perception can vary from one person to another and it is essential to note that pain tolerance is subjective. However, some general considerations may help you understand the pain associated with Lip blushing compared to traditional tattoos:

The skin on the lips is relatively sensitive and the mucous membrane can be more delicate than the skin on other body parts.

The pain during lip blush is often described as mild to moderate, with some discomfort. You will be advised to apply your own numbing cream or You can buy it in any pharmacy and I can assist you in applying it. I will make sure that you will feel comfortable throughout your treatment.

I have had a client previously fall asleep during the treatment, some clients can take the procedure really well.

Do not touch your tattoo with dirty fingers, remember it is an open and healing wound. An infection could possibly ruin the tattoo.

Don’t get your tattoo wet for too long. It will make the scabs soggy and easier to fall off prematurely. Remember, you want to keep the scabs on for as long as you can, let them fall off off naturally.

Moisturise with the recommended or provided aftercare. ( moisturise as often as you can.)

Do not sleep on your face to avoid lifting your scabs prematurely and make sure you’re sleeping on a clean pillowcase to avoid infection.

Avoid harsh cleansers, cream, make up, or any other products on the treated area until all the scabs have naturally fallen off. these things can jeopardise the healing of the tattoo.

Don’t pick, scratch or bite off the scabs. let the scabs fall off naturally. Picking can cause scarring, loss of pigment, or an infection.

Do not expose your tattoo to UV rays or tanning beds for 4 weeks after the procedure. These things can alter the appearance for your tattoo dramatically.

Do not sweat on the tattoo until all the scabs have come off naturally. Sweat will take the pigment from your tattoo. If you do sweat on them, dab it off immediately.

Do not get any facials, botox, chemical treatments and microdermabrasion fro 4 weeks.

This will depend on the client and a few factors. Some Lips swell a lot, some don’t. Clients with filler can swell more than clients without. Either way, all swelling will reduce within a day or 2.

Applying a cold compress will help reduce the swelling faster.

  • Anyone with heart condition or on a medication for a heart condition. If you are taking aspiring as a daily medication or any blood thinner.
  • Anyone that suffers from keloid scarring.
  • Pregnant or Breastfeeding
  • Epilepsy
  • Allergy to alcohol
  • If you have any medical condition, please ask for a doctors approval