Unlike Shakira’s hit, “Hips don’t lie,” we’re going to discuss how your lips cannot lie. When it comes to make-up, your lipstick is the ultimate ender. Every day, you get to choose from a multitude of shades and play with various colors to complement your style and lighten up your mood.
However, as the world becomes busier, an increasing number of women are opting to have their lip color tattooed or undergo a process called, permanent lip pigmentation. These are two closely-related permanent make-up process yet lip pigmentation is a less evasive process.
People may have the wrong idea that getting your lip tattooed is scary. If not, others perceive that lip tattoo will eventually fade into an undesirable shade. If you are someone who don’t want to deal with these scary circumstances, lip pigmentation is a better option.
If you are ready to schedule your first lip pigmentation appointment, here are some things you need to understand first.
What To Remember About Lip Pigmentation
There are a lot of things you must first understand if you plan to book your first lip pigmentation session. Here are some of it:
- Enhances Your Natural Lips
Permanent lip tattoo gives the image of fullness, color and plumpness. With the help of advanced permanent make-up techniques, we can enhance your natural lips that will make it more desirable.
- Suitable for Lipstick Use
Yes, lip pigmentation makes your natural lips beautiful but, this doesn’t mean that you’re not going to spice up your look with lippies! We warn our clients that during the healing process, one must never use a lipstick. However, after it is completely healed, you can experiment with your lipsticks all over again.
- Allows You to Choose More than One Color
Contrary to popular belief, lip pigmentation allows you to choose more than one color as a base to your lips. Depending on your preference and with the advice of your make-up technician, you can opt for a darker tone for the inner parts and lighter shade as the motion goes outwards. There are instances when a second color is used as a filler and blending it with another color.
- Lip Pigmentation Will Fade
We at World Microblading will always stick to safe and secure permanent make-up processes. Because of this, you can expect to have your lip pigmentation fade for some time. Colors similar to your natural lip shade will fade faster and needs touch-up every year.
If you want to learn more and would like to start a career in permanent make-up, you can trust on World Microblading to help you build your empire. Click here to get started.