The Healing Process Of Permanent Lip Color: All You Need To Know

by Wake Up With Makeup By Dawna Wake Up Feeling Beautiful

While it is quite normal to have some initial swelling post having your lip color tattooed, as long as you are in normal health and, have chosen the right artist for you for full lip color in Oklahoma, you should be pleasantly surprised at how easily and quickly your lips are going to heal safely. Proper aftercare is going to affect how long your permanent lip color and even tattoo areola repigmentation lasts. In this article, we are going to take a quick look at how your permanent lipstick is going to look as it is healing, and the two most common and popular methods of lip blushing aftercare.

The healing process of the lip color

 Day 1-2: You will love your new lip color!

Your lip color is going to appear brighter than how it will look when it heals completely. Your lips are also going to feel swollen and tender. Your color too, is going to begin to darken temporarily throughout the day as the pigment oxidizes.

 Day 3-14: Swelling will finish

Your lips are going to feel dry and the flaking process is going to start. Make sure you allow the shedding process to happen naturally. As your lips continue to flake, it will appear as if your color is very light and ‘frosty’. This is only temporary as your lips will still be healing. Over the next several days, your lip color is going to reappear until it fully blooms.

 Day 28-42: It is time for your follow up

By this time, your lips are fully healed and it is recommended that you come back in to touch up any color that might have healed too light or at all imperfectly. Application of the second layer of new color is going to build off of your previous color, creating a more saturated and longer-lasting lip. During this appointment, you also have the opportunity to further adjust the shape if desired.

 Permanent makeup lips healing aftercare

 Dry Heal

Dry healing has been around for longer than wet healing. It is how all permanent lip color artists used to have their clients heal, and some still do. dry healing is precisely how it sounds. You do not get your permanent lip color wet during healing ever! After your appointment, you should not touch your lips. You must let them heal on their own with no assistance. 

Wet Heal

Wet healing is how most permanent lip color artists have their clients heal today. your artist will have you blot your lips with cotton pads every 15 minutes after your appointment. You will have to do this for 3-5 days depending on your artist’s preference.


Author’s Bio: The author is an avid blogger. This article is about permanent lip color. 

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