Permanent Makeup Watercolour Full Lip Tint
A Lovely Lip Canvas To Work On
This Brazilian beauty came to me for her eyebrows doing and was so happy with the results that she came back for lips next too. When clients come in for one treatment and they see how lovely and natural the results look and how much time it saves them, then quite often they go on to get everything else done too. These were a lovely juicy set of lips to work on. Usually I am making small lips look fuller, however in this case we were perfecting the shape of some naturally plump lips. You can see in the pre-drawing (below) that I have ironed out the natural asymmetry on her upper lip and cupids bow. Refining the shape a little.
Adding Definition To The Lip Border
These are the lips before, which were already a great canvas to work on. She just wanted more definition to the shape as well as a healthy lip tint in her favourite coral pink tones.
See the post procedure images below:
Clients Lips Before Having A Watercolour Full Lip Tint Permanent Makeup Procedure.
Client Loving the New Lip Shape After Refining the Contour
Immediately After Having A Watercolour Full Lip Tint Permanent Makeup Procedure
Below you can see the new perfect lip shape. The client can wear Vaseline to moisturise and add a glossy effect. The colour will heal soft enough that if she chooses to wear a vibrant lip colour she can add that over the top. Over the years the colour will fade and when she starts reaching for her lipstick she can give us a call for a colour boost.
Newly Perfect Cupids Bow
Although the colour looks bright red this because the blood and lymph comes up to the surface of the skin. When the colour heals in around 3-5 days it will soften by around 70% and it will be a soft translucent coral. In 6 weeks the client will come back so I can see how it has healed and apply another application to deepen or adjust the colour if necessary.