Micropigmentation on lips


If you are interested in the world of permanent make up or have considered having some some permanent cosmetic treatment, you may have come across the term micropigmentation. This is a set of techniques that can help enhance your natural beauty. Below you’ll find an overview of this treatment and its most common applications.

What’s micropigmentation?


Micropigmentation is similar to tattooing in that special pigments are deposited under the skin. Because this technique is also known as cosmetic tattooing, some people may think both procedures are the same. However, micropigmentation is not the same as tattooing, since the pigments or inks used don’t go as deep into the skin and are different from those used in regular tattoos.

Is micropigmentation the same as tattooing?


Micropigmentation is similar to tattooing in that special pigments are deposited under the skin. Because this technique is also known as cosmetic tattooing, some people may think both procedures are the same. However, micropigmentation is not the same as tattooing, since the pigments or inks used don’t go as deep into the skin and are different from those used in regular tattoos.

Which body areas are suited to micropigmentation?


  • Eyebrows (permanent brow shaping, shading, and definition)
  • Eyelids (permanent eye liner)
  • Eyelashes (lash line enhancement)
  • Lips (lip lining and definition)
  • Breasts (areola reconstruction)
  • Scalp (alopecia treatment)

Why choose this treatment?


If you want to look your best with a minimal time investment, micropigmentation could be a great solution. With this type of permanent makeup, you won’t need to spend time doing and retouching your eyebrows, eyeliner, or lip liner.

The use of micropigmentation on lips has also been approved for medical reasons. For example, people who suffer from cleft lip or whose lips have been affected by scarring can use this treatment to have their lips restored to their natural shape. In this case, the treatment is known as dermapigmentation.

Also, because this technique uses mineral pigments that are hypoallergenic, micropigmentation is a good option for people who suffer from allergies but don’t want to miss out on the benefits of permanent makeup. Due to the same reason, micropigmentation can be safely be done on contact lens wearers or those with sensitive eyes. Moreover, this treatment is suitable for men and women and can be safely applied in virtually all skin types.

What effects can be achieved with this treatment?


One of the reasons why micropigmentation is so popular is because it’s a versatile treatment that has multiple applications and effects. This treatment is effective whether you want to minimise or highlight certain parts of your body. Some of the most well-known effects that can be achieved through this treatment include:

  • 3D effects on lips
  • Glossy lips
  • Lip liftingv
  • Lip contouring
  • Eyebrow shading
  • Fuller eyelashes

These are only some of the most common applications of micropigmentation. If there’s any particular effect you would like to achieve, feel free to discuss your concerns with a trained micropigmentation specialist.

Pricing

SEMI PERMANENT MAKEUP SERVICES (SPMU)TOTALPAYMENT 1PAYMENT 2
Microblading (Inc top up)£299£199£100
Ombre Brows (inc top)£325£225£100
Combination Brows (inc top up)£355£255£100
Lip Blush£300£200£100
Eyeliner (Lah Line)£200£150£50
Enhanced Eyelinr £250£150
£100
Scalp Micropigmentation (small area)From £500
Scalp Micropigmentation (full head)From £1500
Scalp Micropigmentation (top up)From £350
Scalp Micropigmentation (patch test)£60
TOP UP WITHIN 6 MONTHS £80
TOP UP AFTER 6 MONTHS£140
TOP UP AFTER 14 MONTHSFULL PRICE APPLIES

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