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Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!

Date March 20, 2019

If a woman sets a goal to be beautiful, nothing can stop her! Even excruciating pain. Some of these self-sacrificial beauty procedures include permanent makeup on the lips, the edge of the eyelids, and the eyebrows. If you have ever done this, you will immediately understand what we are talking about.

What you need to know about lip tattooing

Lip tattooing is one of the most popular beauty procedures. It provides contours with clarity and makes the color brighter. As the beauty industry develops, more sophisticated equipment become available, and the masters' skills increase. The client need only decide on the desired shape and color.

Experts recommend choosing neutral shades to emphasize natural beauty, combining it with eyebrows and eyes. Remember, bright colors can soon get boring, and you won’t be able to fix it.

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Permanent lip makeup can be applied either along the contour or by complete filling. The pigment stays for about a year and doesn’t require adjustments.  

For particularly sensitive lips, it is suggested to use anesthetic cream. The pigment is applied by special needles at different depths of penetration. Pay attention to hygiene rules during the procedure.

You should also follow specific after care requirements: don’t wet or steam the place where the tattoo is applied. Perhaps, in addition to a small increase in lip size, there will be swelling, since a large number of vessels located here were disturbed.  

Be sure to find out what the contraindications of this beauty procedure are, such as diabetes, pregnancy, etc.

Tattooing process

Jade Madden decided to have her lips tattooed and recorded the process step by step, accompanied by comments about her experience.

She discussed with the tattoo master what she wanted and what they could offer. Also, she found out about the intricacies of the procedure and potential body reaction.

Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!Jade Madden / YouTube

They discussed the shape, picked the color – in Jade’s case, it was red.

Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!Jade Madden / YouTube

The next that Jade heard was the sound of a working device.

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Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!Jade Madden / YouTube

The day after that, the result was a bit shocking: huge lips that hurt a lot.

Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!Jade Madden / YouTube

Jade shared that in some places, it was especially painful. Her lips began to scab over. Two days later, the inflammatory process continued, although the swelling started to subside.

Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!Jade Madden / YouTube

Then the scabs began to fall off.

Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!Jade Madden / YouTube

Fortunately, on day 7, the lips returned to their normal shape, although there still were scabs in some places.

Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!Jade Madden / YouTube

And here it is, the desired result!

Beauty Blogger Decided To Do Lip Tattooing, Filming The Entire Process And Sharing Her Experience!Jade Madden / YouTube

Jade is satisfied, but she will definitely remember the process for a long time.

What about you? Would you dare have permanent makeup? Have you ever done it? What were your experience and results? Share your experience in the comments.

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