No makeup look is truly complete without lipstick, is it? Lipstick really adds the cherry on top for a full glam look. You can even transform a simple everyday look into one that looks polished and finished by simply adding some lipstick.
There is one thing though, that cream in a tube simply cannot do – and that is to alter the shape of your lips (without it looking overdrawn and awkward) or help them to appear fuller to your existing lips.
If you’re tired of having to reapply or get a good lipstick application for every day, lip contouring is a treatment worth considering. The service can not only enhance your mouth’s overall pout but also adds a more vibrant color into the lips.
The New Lip Liner Tattoo
Unlike lip liner tattoos of the 90s, where a dark line was placed around the perimeter of the mouth with ink, this treatment service is focused on using pigments to create lips that are aesthetically pleasing and that work well with each person’s natural characteristics.
The process of inserting pigments into the skin to enhance or alter features the same as standard cosmetics do takes away all the fuss of having to reapply lipstick and gives clients a natural look they can admire every time they look in the mirror.
In this post, we’ll discuss the steps involved in lip contouring and what to look for when choosing an artist to perform your treatment.
Lip Contour Services
With contour, skilled techniques are required to create an appearance of depth. This involves using shading and color application to give the lips a vibrant, full look.
Here are some reasons to choose lip contour service:
- To help thinner lips appear fuller
- To add more depth of color to lips that lack pigment naturally
- To create the appearance of a pout to your lips
Choose a Professional for Your Treatment
As with any procedure that’s happening on your face and that involves the use of needles, you want to be sure that the person working on you is a highly-skilled professional equipped to give you the end result you desire.
This treatment should happen in a clinical, hygienic setting. High-quality pigments, needles, and techniques may cost more for the service fee, but they’ll also save you a lot of frustration and costs in the long run.
You should always also check the businesses online reviews. Check Google, their social media pages, website or even hashtags to see what others who have already worked with them have to say. It’s also important to take a moment to browse their gallery and ensure the service you’re looking to get is fitting.
Master artists and educators Phivi Tran and Anthonye Angelillo have years of experience and master artistry.