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Permanent Cosmetic Lips

Your lips are an important beauty feature of your mouth. They form a smile and show emotions. They help “frame” a person’s teeth and determine attractiveness. When lips are well shaped and balanced, they align with the center of a person’s face and have even sides. The upper lip and lower lip should match and should be equally proportioned. A flattering Cupid’s bow (the top “points” of the upper lip) is one that is not too flat, pointy, or rounded.


Permanent lip liner eliminates the daily use of pencils to outline, fill-in, or reshape lip borders. Permanent lip color decreases the need to reapply lipstick or lip gloss. Lip tattooing helps correct and balance the symmetry of lips that are uneven, too thin, too thick, or scarred. It can also enhance the natural color and shape of “perfect” lips.


Note: It is highly recommended that you pre- & post- medicate with an anti-viral medication to avoid a cold sore or fever blister outbreak.

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Permanent Cosmetics Lip Liner/Lip Color

A History of Lips

While big-lipped ladies reign supreme now, they're just the current trend. Thin-lipped ladies can look back at the 1910s, 1700s, and early European history to find their time, but there have been periods for basically every shape and volume to be in style, from elegant pin-pricks to broad grins.

  • Ancient Greece, 270 BC: All About Symmetry – The Greeks had definitive opinions about lips and their place in the overall harmony of the face. They were big fans of cupid’s-bow lips with gently upturned corners and square bottom lips.
  • Ming Dynasty China, 1300s: Teeny-Tiny - Women of the Ming dynasty had dainty, virtually pinprick-sized mouths - a feature that’s often emphasized to an almost impossible extent in art.
  • France, 1700s: Getting Pinker – This era reveals a bit of a shift to what we might see as “modern” Western lips. They are becoming fuller and pinker, and more obvious on the face.
  • 1920s Flapper Lips: The Flapper Girls of the ‘20s were incredibly defined and unrealistic — a huge cupid’s bow, pointed edges, and a tiny, almost petulant lower lip. They looked hilarious, especially when you grin.
  • 1950s Bottom Lips Reign: A very symmetrical mouth broader & more defined than ever before. It was the period where the bottom lip became queen.
  • 1970s Bigger Is Better: The ’70s brought on big lips almost over-the-top. You were nobody unless you had a pout that looked like a trout.
  • 1990s Big & Broad: Broad, big, and expressive as hell. This was a decade of right-to-the-edges fullness, and width.
  • Today: Now lips are all about intense fullness — you’ll see painted-on red pucker.

Lip Types – Different Techniques

  • Permanent Lip Liner – A nice clean outline produced around the natural border of your lips. Here you will achieve that shape & definition, fill fine lines & decrease the appearance of wrinkles around your mouth.
  • Ombre Lips – this blends together a soft blush of color across the lips with a crisp lip line to hold it all together.This procedure will enhance the natural shape and color to your lips.
  • Full Lip Color – Get that look that’s perfect for those a more striking and dramatic lips. When using a deeper, fuller color you will achieve a vibrant lipstick effect.

Idea Candidates

  • Active people wanting to look good when swimming, playing athletic games & aerobics without having to reapply makeup afterwards.
  • Visually impaired people having difficulty applying their cosmetics.
  • People with motor skill impairments, such as arthritis, Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), stroke survivors & those with unsteady hands.
  • Career people, at home mothers & other busy people who don’t want to spend time fussing with makeup.
  • People who have jobs that prohibit them from wearing traditional cosmetics.
  • Female Military Personnel
  • Women who suffer from Fibromyalgia
  • Female Military Personnel
  • Women who suffer from Fibromyalgia

Procedure Day – Things to Know

  • If you have any history of cold sores/fever blisters/herpes simplex, you will be required to contact your physician to obtain the proper prescription to prevent such outbreaks.
  • Refrain from the use of alcohol, aspirin, aspirin-containing medications, ibuprofen, or other blood-thinning medications for seven days before and two days after any procedure.
  • All permanent cosmetic procedures are multi-session processes. It will require at least one touch-up visit before it can be determined that your work is complete.
  • Touch-up visits are scheduled at 4 to 6-week intervals or longer.
  • Following the eyeliner procedures, as a safety precaution, we recommend you have someone available to accompany you or drive you home.
  • Healing Time Ranges: Mild Soreness 1-2 days, Flaking 2-3 weeks and Full Healing 4-6 weeks.
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After Care – Best Practices After Your Procedure

Proper care following your procedure is necessary to achieve the best results. If during your healing process you have any questions or concerns, please contact your technician...

  • Sleeping slightly elevated helps alleviate swelling sometimes seen the morning after facial procedures.
  • Ice packs protected with a cloth may be applied as necessary to reduce swelling.
  • Wash your hands before touching any treated area.
  • Apply recommended healing agents sparingly.
  • After a lip procedure, keep your lips moist at all times. Avoid spicy foods or heat. If using herpes medication, continue as prescribed. Do not use teeth bleaching products until fully healed.
  • Do not expose your healing skin to direct sun, tanning beds, hot tubs, saunas, saltwater, chlorinated pools, direct shower spray, hot water, skin creams, ointments, or lotions other than what you have been instructed to use for 2 weeks following your procedure.

Contact Us

To find out more information about all our beauty procedures or learning at Beauty Everlasting Training Academy, contact us today.

550 Union Ave Ste. 4, Middlesex, NJ 08846, USA

(732) 627-5000

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