Dark Lips Neutralisation


Dark Lips Neutralisation

I’ve been at it again! Yes, this month I took a trip up to Sheffield to take part in an amazing PMU masterclass specialising in dark lips neutralisation. Now, I know what you’re thinking…what is lip neutralisation? Essentially, it’s an effective PMU lip blush treatment for evening out and brightening dark and cool toned lips.

Before I go into detail and answer your PMU FAQs about how you neutralise dark lips, I first want to tackle the ‘why.’ I’ll start by saying that all lip colours are beautiful. It doesn’t matter whether you have light lips, dark lips, cool toned lips or lips with uneven colouring. I’m all for celebrating natural beauty. But I’m also all for making you feel your very best and providing effective, non-invasive aesthetic treatments to do that. So, if you’re not happy with your natural lip colour, and you want to neutralise it, brighten it or even change the colour altogether, it’s in your power to do so. I’m here as a qualified and experienced PMU artist to help you do it safely.


How does PMU neutralise dark lips?

Permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation and semi permanent makeup is a cosmetic tattooing procedure that can be used on the brows, lash line and lips to add long-lasting colour, definition and enhancement. The procedure involves placing tiny pigment particles beneath the surface of the skin, using various PMU techniques to create the desired finish.

What to expect

The first step is to get booked in for a PMU consultation at our aesthetics clinic in Bromley to make sure it’s suitable for you. During the consultation, I’ll look at your lips, discuss what you’re hoping to achieve with permanent makeup, and determine how many sessions it’ll take to reach the desired colour.

Dark lips neutralisation treatments start at £460. I’ll provide you with a PMU quote at your consultation so you know how much it’s going to cost.

During the first session, we’ll go in super light, and in most cases, use an orange pigment to neutralise the darker tones. Once complete, you’ll need to wait 8 weeks for your lips to heal before we’ll go in for treatment number 2 and then a further 12 weeks for the 3rd treatment (if required.)

Is lips neutralisation permanent?

Dark lips neutralisation is considered a semi permanent treatment, so it will likely last 2 years before you’ll need a top up. How long lips neutralisation last can vary from one person to the next, as we all have different skin types. It can vary depending on things like sun exposure and external / lifestyle factors too.

Book dark lips neutralisation in Bromley

Interested in finding out more about our dark lips neutralisation? Book a free consultation to discuss the PMU treatments available to you.