Lip blush has become a sought-after beauty treatment receiving considerable media attention in the fashion industry. This semi-permanent makeup procedure enhances lip colour and definition, resulting in a stunning, natural-looking finish.

Opting for lip blush offers numerous advantages, including minimizing the necessity for daily lipstick application, diminishing the appearance of wrinkles, and enhancing the overall aesthetic of your lips.

The benefits of


Natural enhancement

Lip blush adds a subtle, natural-looking tint to the lips, enhancing their color and giving them a fuller, more defined appearance.

Long lasting results

The results of a lip blush treatment can last between 1 to 3 years, depending on factors such as skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare.

Improved lip shape

Lip blush can help correct asymmetry, add definition to the lip borders, and create the illusion of fuller lips.

Low maintenance

Once healed, lip blush requires minimal upkeep, making it an excellent option for those with busy lifestyles or those who prefer a natural look without daily makeup application.

If you want to enhance your lips with a natural, long-lasting tint and enjoy the convenience of low-maintenance beauty, book a consultation with SMP Atelier. We are committed to providing personalised service and exceptional results tailored to your unique needs. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step toward beautifully blushed lips.

Lip Blush PMU, SMP Atelier, Canterbury, KEnt
SMPU Lip Blush, Permanent Makeup, Canterbury Kent, SMP Atelier


Lip Blush Session




Colour Top Up


If required within 4-6 weeks from initial treatment


Colour Boost


Annual touch up for existing customers only


Pre Treatment and Aftercare

For best results and to make the most of the procedure, it is important to follow the advice given below

Before the treatment

  • Avoid any blood-thinning medications, such as ibuprofen, aspirin, fish oil, or vitamin E, for at least a week before the procedure.
  • Minimize sun or UV exposure to the lips for at least one week before the lip blush procedure.
  • Refrain from waxing or threading the lips for at least a week before the procedure.
  • Exfoliate your lips the night before the procedure to ensure they are smooth and free of dead skin cells.
  • Do not consume alcohol or caffeine on the day of the procedure, as these can dilate blood vessels and increase bleeding during the lip blush procedure.
  • Avoid wearing any lipstick or lip gloss on the day of the procedure.
  • If you have a cold sore or are prone to cold sores, take cold sore medication prescribed by your doctor before the procedure. The procedure can trigger the cold sore virus, potentially causing an outbreak on your lips afterward. Taking the medication reduces the likelihood of a cold sore breakout.

After the treatment

  • No Makeup or Creams: Avoid applying anything to the treated area except your aftercare product until it is healed. This includes makeup, creams, and water (except for cleansing as instructed below).

  • Initial Healing: Your skin will form a protective scab. If you see fluid or ooze from lymph secretion, dab it off with sterile gauze to prevent crusting, which can impede healing.

  • Cleaning After 24 Hours: Clean the treated area daily with mild warm water and non-alcohol soap. Use a sterile gauze to apply the soapy solution, blotting 4-5 times. Pat dry completely without scrubbing, rubbing, wiping, or scratching. Keep the area dry to prevent infection.

  • Lip Care: Lips may ooze for a couple of days and peel for about a week. After sleeping, blot crusts with water, clean, and apply the aftercare product as directed. Let crusts fall off naturally to avoid pigment loss and deeper tissue damage. Edges or lip liner will be the last to shed; avoid pulling them off to prevent uneven lines or scars.

  • Aftercare Product Application: Apply the aftercare product to clean, dry treated areas. Apply to scabs that are forming. If the area is not dry, ointment may cause irritation, infection, and color loss. Keep your lips moist with the aftercare product. After about 3 weeks, when no scabs are present, switch to a sunblock suitable for lips and a good lip balm.

  • Tenderness: Lips will be tender after the procedure. Drink through a straw and eat foods with a fork, avoiding contact with lips.

  • Food and Drink: Avoid spicy foods, hot liquids, oily, salty, acidic foods, and alcohol for 48 hours. Brush teeth with water only for 72 hours to avoid toothpaste contact. Do not bleach teeth until lips are healed.

  • Lip Movements: Avoid stretching lips with big smiles or puckering while smoking, as these motions can apply tension and friction to the healing lip edges. The delicate lip skin is more prone to damage during this period.

  • Avoid kissing for 7 days after the procedure.