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In our youth lips are soft, full, and have a beautiful natural tone. As the aging process begins, we start to lose the shape, contour, fullness, and color of our lips. Using micro pigmentation we can fill in, adjust and alter the shape and color of your lips. We use a combination of different techniques to give you the most beautiful natural looking lips. 

Full Lips $300

Recreates: matte lipstick and lip liner

The full lip color is the most dramatic style of permanent lips. It implies creating an outline that mimics lip liner, and saturating the whole surface of the lips with pigments so that they look like you’re wearing lipstick. It can be done in any shade, and you can even get the classic red lip. *

Lip Blush $320

Recreates: sheer lipstick and a very subtle lipliner

Slightly more subtle, the lip blush is the most popular version of the permanent lip shading. It’s a technique that blends color into the lips with more or less opacity, depending on what you prefer. It's a very versatile treatment and it can be done in several lip shading patterns, as well as a wide range of colors. The basic lip blush covers the whole lips with pigment evenly. The outline is defined, but not as crisp as with full lip color. *

*Prices include a second appointment/ touch-up within 6-10 weeks of the first appointment.

Touch up Price $120
A touch up is usually done after 1-3 years. The lip pigmentation must still be visible, otherwise refer to prices new lips above. If your previous lip pigmentation was done by another artist, please fill in the consultation form here.

  • I am not ready to book, I would like a consultation first. Is this possible?
    Yes, this is possible. We prefer to book a consultation first to explain the procedure, assess your skin and wishes for your pigmentation. This consultation is free.
  • Does the procedure hurt?
    A topical anesthetic is used to numb the area prior and during the procedure. You can expect some minor level of discomfort during the procedure similar to threading or tweezing. Please note that during your menstrual cycle, you can be more sensitive and therefore feel more discomfort.
  • Can I bring a friend or family member to my appointment?
    No, this is not possible. To comply to the guidelines of the health department, keep the room as clean as possible and prevent cross-contamination, you need to come alone to your appointment.
  • How old do I need to be to get a cosmetic tattoo?
    You need to be at least 18 years old.
  • What precautions should I take before my cosmetic tattoo procedure?
    Wait at least 14 days after the procedure before going on vacation. Avoid any blood thinning medication for at least 72 hours before their appointment. This includes Vitamin E, Aspirin, Niacin, fish oil supplements, and Ibuprofen. Do not drink any alcohol during the 24 hours before the appointment. Limit your caffeine intake during that time as well. You must wait at least one year if you have been on prescription Accutane. We recommend that you avoid sun and tanning bed exposure for 30 days before and after your procedure. If you show up for your appointment with a new tan or a sunburn, you will need to reschedule and will lose your deposit. As your skin exfoliates from a sunburn, it will take the pigment with it.
  • Are the studio and equipment safe?
    Great question! Absolutely YES! We pride ourselves on having an immaculate and sterile studio space. We only use single-use, disposable needles and supplies. This means that each set-up for each new client is discarded safely afterwards. Each of our stations is thoroughly disinfected before opening and after each procedure. Although on Bonaire we do not have a GGD or Department of Health, we work following the latest guidelines of those departments to keep you and ourselves safe. The guidelines have become stricter in 2022 and we are proud to say we are the only one on Bonaire following these new guidelines.
  • I am pregnant. Can I have micro pigmentation done?
    Unfortunately no.
  • I have some medical issues. Can I have micro pigmentation done?
    Micro-pigmentation must not be performed when you suffer from: Haemophilia (blood disease) or other blood clotting disorders. Uncontrolled diabetes mellitus Treatment of mucous membranes, gums or eyeballs Treatment of skin areas with dermatosis, (e.g. skin tumours, keloids) or in case of severe keloid tendencies, solar keratosis, warts or birthmarks. Systemic infections (such as hepatitis types A, B, C, D, E or F or HIV infection. Allergic reactions to one or more ingredients of the pigment colour(s). Allergy to topical anaesthetics (local anaesthetics) Client is under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs In the following cases, a micro pigmentation must not be done for some time until the normal state of health has been restored: If the client is currently taking blood-thinning and/or pain-relieving substances (e.g. Warfarin, heparin, acetyl/salicylic acid, Aspirin) In case of infections accompanied by fever During chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment and/or while currently taking high doses of corticosteroids. During pregnancy or while breast feeding Temporary, limited and local contraindications: Eczema, exanthema or open wounds Acute inflammation of the conjunctiva (contraindicated when pigmenting eye-liner) All types of scars Skin areas after plastic surgery performed less than twelve months ago Skin areas after filler or laser IPL treatments performed less than six months ago
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