Permanent make-up lips – perfectly made-up!


Never again lipliner and lipstick thanks to permanent make-up for the lips! We answer the most important questions.

Get up in the morning and look freshly made-up without spending hours in the bathroom in front of the mirror with make-up, brushes and Co. – a dream that makes permanent make-up come true. Here are the key answers to the questions about permanent make-up for the lips.

Permanent Makeup: What is it?

Permanent makeup means a cosmetic tattoo on the face. Compared to a “normal” tattoo , permanent pigments make use of fine pigments in the epidermis. In this case, colors are used that do not pose any toxic or allergic risks.

With permanent make-up certain contours on the face can be emphasized :

  • Very thin eyeliner on the upper or lower lash line
  • Compaction of the eyebrows ( Microblading )
  • Emphasis on lip contours and natural lip color

Permanent make-up lips: why?

A pigmentation of the lips serves to:

  • Lip Contouring: Beautification of the lip contour, for example on pale and colorless lips or to compensate for proportional differences between the upper and lower lip.
  • Lip modeling (partial shading ): Color pigments shade narrow lips to make them look fuller.
  • Refreshing the lip color (full shading): Pale or colorless lips are emphasized by the pigmentation so that it no longer requires lipstick.

Important: The contour color should fit exactly to the natural lip color.

Permanent Makeup Lips: How Does It Work?

First, the lips are anesthetized with a special ointment . Then the new contour is marked out with a pen or a fine brush . Only then is the color introduced into the epidermis with a fine, rotating disposable needle of 0.8 to 1.4 millimeters . After about an hour, the treatment is over.

Permanent make-up lips: Does the treatment hurt?

The procedure on the lips is palpable but not painful , as a special, anesthetic ointment is applied to the areas to be treated. The treatment is similar to a prickling and scratching . Possible are slight redness and swelling, which should be cooled after treatment and decay later. Any crusts should never be scraped off and should be treated with an ointment.

Permanent Makeup Lips: You should know that before treatment

Before the permanent make-up, it is similar to prepare for the doctor’s visit. You should pay attention to these points:

  • Do not consume alcohol.
  • Avoid blood thinning medication (aspirin).
  • Do not take penicillin medicines and antibiotics.
  • For an infectious disease or cold sores, the treatment can not be performed.
  • Do not expose the skin and especially the face to direct sunlight a few days before treatment.

Permanent make-up lips: You should pay attention to this after the treatment

To avoid irritation, avoid sun, solarium, saunas, steam baths, high temperatures and contact with chlorine water for at least one week . Tip: A lip modeling should therefore not necessarily be done before the holiday.

So that the skin can regenerate properly and remains beautifully supple, treat the affected areas with wound and healing ointment. Best with disposable gloves or with a cotton swab apply.

Permanent Makeup Lips: How long does the result last?

The durability of permanent make-up is limited in time, because the color pigments do not penetrate so deeply into the skin. Depending on the skin type, permanent make-up lasts two to five years before it gradually fades. Above all, UV rays can lighten the pigmentation faster. Therefore, definitely on a lip care with UV protection ( SPF 50 ) set! A refresh of the color is possible any time.

Permanent make-up lips: Can the color be removed?

The result is not satisfactory? Darker colors can be offset with brighter nuances. Unattractive contours can be overpainted or adjusted. The permanent make-up can also be completely removed, for example by the use of an acidic solution that attacks the sensitive lip skin. Distance is therefore always associated with risks.

Permanent Makeup Lips: How much is the treatment?

The price for a permanent make-up is different and depends on several factors:

  • Scope of treatment
  • color amount