October 4, 2019

Lip Blushing โ€“ The Latest Tattoo Trend! ๐Ÿ’‹

Thanks to social media and popular celebrities like Kylie Jenner, lips have become a trending topic. These high profile individuals have created a whole new-found world of lip enhancements, fillers, lip plumping serums & more. From funny memes to dangerous internet challenges, full lips have become an obsession and procedures to enhance them have skyrocketed in popularity.

Everything from the color of your lipstick to the fullness of your lips can make a big difference in your facial perception to others. That made up with no makeup look (aka: Natural beauty, aka I woke up like this) has women of all ages running to their nearest Sephora, MedSpa, or M.D. to get lip plumping products and services.

One of the most popular services in the lip enhancing industry are Lip fillers. While Lip Fillers, if done properly have had some gorgeous results for some clients, for others, if you perform a simple Google search, you can find heartwrenching stories of permanent and scary damages and, in some cases, addictions! So, how else can you get a fuller pout without going under the knife? Lip Blushing! With the always advancing and innovative world of tattooing, Lip Blushing has become more popular due to its’ natural look and quick healing process.

How Does Lip Blushing Work?

Unlike more traditional tattoos, that sometimes leave a blue-ish tint after a couple of years of having the tattoo, lip blushing is done with organic pigments that are deposited into your lips with a cosmetic needle. It has been widely compared to microblading. Numbing cream is normally applied before the procedure which helps eliminate most of the pain.

How Long Does Lip Blushing Take?

The process may take anywhere from an hour to an hour and a half to complete.

What Should I Expect Afterwards?

Your lips may experience swelling, dryness and the color may appear shades darker than your initial color selection by up to 50%. As everyone heels differently, you may experience some scabbing or peeling around day three. It may take around two weeks for your lips to fully heal, but the peeling and scabbing stage is generally about five days.

Why Nat-A-Tat2

Tattoos are permanent investments. It is important to care for your new ink and provide the nourishment it needs. Vegan organic products not only avoid using harsh chemicals but are also good for the environment, your health and prevent cruelty to animals.

At Nat-A-Tat2 we are committed to making sure your ink and skin are well cared for as your tattoo heals to ensure it looks good for years to come. Our tattoo care instructionsย can help you ensure an optimal tattoo healing process, and ourย tattoo aftercare productsย are all-natural, 100% USDA certified organic and vegan so you can feel confident and comfortable with what youโ€™re putting on your skin.