Sheer lip blush tattooing adds a subtle touch of colour for understated elegance.
In the ever-evolving world of beauty trends, one captivating technique has emerged to redefine the way we approach lip colour – lip blush.
What is lip blush?
Lip blush is the ideal treatment to perfect your pout in the form of a semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo, providing a subtle approach to creating a fuller lip whilst restoring colour, shape, definition and symmetry.
Whether you’re looking for a subtle pop of colour or to define and contour your shape, this is your go-to beauty treatment.
Our lip blush treatments are non-invasive and the least painful.
Using naturally toned pigments to blend and shade within the natural lip and lip line, lip blush tattooing creates the illusion of fuller and more even lips.
Sheer lip blush. The new trend in lip tattooing.
Unlike its bold and vibrant counterparts, sheer lip blush is taking centre stage with its sheer, natural, and subtle allure.
This innovative approach to lip enhancement is rapidly gaining popularity, offering a fresh and sophisticated alternative to traditional, darker lip blush.
Sheer lip blush is all about embracing the beauty of sheer colour. The sheer technique allows your lips to appear as if kissed by a subtle touch of colour, providing a timeless and understated elegance.
The versatility of sheer lip blush
What sets sheer lip blush apart from darker colours is its versatility. Whether you prefer a barely-there tint or a slightly more noticeable hue, lip blush can be customised to suit your preferences.
Lip blush offers a low-maintenance beauty solution for those who appreciate simplicity.
Questions about lip blush? Speak to cosmetic tattoo specialist Montana.
For answers to any questions you may have about lip blush and whether it is right for you, contact Montana for advice.
Our cosmetic tattoo salon is located at 876A Military Road, Mosman (Lower North Shore). There is two hours of free parking in the Raglan Street East carpark adjacent to the salon.
Questions about brow lamination and whether it’s right for you? Contact Montana for advice.