Best Lipblush In Toronto

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Welcome to Femme Laser Clinic, your destination for top-quality lip blush treatments in Toronto. Our expert cosmetic tattoo artist will help you to achieve beautiful and more symmetrical lips with better color and shape. Say farewell to constant touch-ups and smudging—experience the confidence of flawless, long-lasting lip blush in Toronto. Schedule your appointment today!

Why We Are Best In Lipblush In Toronto

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What To Expect from LipBlush In Toronto

At Femme Laser Clinic in Toronto, we use the latest techniques and technology for Lip Blush Semi-Permanent makeup. Our expert semi-permanent makeup artist make your lips look beautiful and colorful.


Before the procedure, you’ll have a consultation with the semi-permanent makeup artist to discuss your desired results, choose the right pigment color, and address any concerns or questions.


The semi-permanent makeup artist will clean and sanitize the lip area. A topical anesthetic will be applied to numb the lips and minimize discomfort.

Pigment Selection:

The semi-permanent makeup artist will help you choose a pigment color that complements your natural lip color and skin tone. The goal is to achieve a subtle and natural enhancement.


Using a tattoo machine with fine needles, the semi-permanent makeup artist will deposit the chosen pigment into the lips. The process can take 1-3 hours, depending on the desired outcome and the semi-permanent makeup artist ‘s technique.

Immediate Aftermath:

Right after the procedure, the color of your lips will appear darker and more intense than the final result. This is normal, and the color will fade by approximately 40-60% as they heal.


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Who Is Eligible For LipBlush In Toronto

If you want to get Lip Blush at Femme Laser Clinic, you should be healthy, at least 18 years old, not pregnant or nursing, and not have certain health conditions. Here’s who can and cannot get Lip Blush:

Good Candidates (Who Can Get Lip Blush):

  • You are over 18 years old.
  • You are healthy and not pregnant or nursing.

Who Is Not Eligible For LipBlush In Toronto

  • Keloid scars, iron deficiency anemia, hemophilia, epilepsy, AIDS (HIV), hepatitis/jaundice, glaucoma, diabetes (please ask your doctor), bleeding disorders, or take blood-thinning medications.
  • Problems with healing
  • Have taken Accutane in the past year (you must wait one year).
  • Allergies to alcohol, numbing agents, or makeup colors.
  • Heart problems, uncontrolled high blood pressure, or easily get infections.
  • Skin cancer or skin disorders near your lips.

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Lip Blush After Care In Toronto

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

What is lip blush?

Lip blush is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing procedure that enhances the natural color and shape of the lips.

Lip blush is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing procedure that enhances the natural color and shape of the lips, providing a long-lasting, subtly enhanced look.

how long do lip blush last?

Lip blush typically lasts for 1 to 2 years

Lip blush typically lasts 1 to 2 years because it’s a semi-permanent makeup procedure where pigment is implanted into the upper layers of the lips, gradually fading over time due to factors like skin type, aftercare, and pigment choice.

How Long Does the Lip Blush Procedure Take?

The Lip Blush procedure typically takes about 1 to 2 hours.

The Lip Blush procedure takes 1 to 2 hours because it involves a consultation, numbing, precise pigment application, and potential follow-up adjustments, all of which contribute to the overall time required for the treatment.

Does Lip Blush Hurt?

Lip blush can cause discomfort or pain during and after the procedure.

Lip blush can be painful during and after the procedure due to the tattoo needle’s penetration and potential post-procedure tenderness, though pain tolerance varies among individuals.