Best Deal for Lip Embroidery Singapore
Lip Embroidery will give me the healthy looking pinkish lips that I always wanted. Above is a before and after photo after the 1st session for comparison.
Here’s what to expect as a customer at Beauty Recipe and how the treatment process goes…
So this was the original colour of my lip, before I started my treatment. Very pale looking lips.
Lip Embroidery is great for people with pale or dark lips or someone that would like to change the shape of their lips to balance them out or make fuller looking. It will make you look more lively definitely.
There were many colours available to choose from. I was recommended the one on the far left, which would turn out pinkish and not so red.
Bottom right shows brand new and sealed needles – every customer will have brand new ones for hygiene purposes.
This was a photo shown to me on the colour/ effect I could expect after the treatment for the colour I chose in the pic above. Seems quite nice eh?
First, Lisa has to use lip liner to draw a shape of the embroidery for me to check on before she could get the real thing done. She only traced my lips since she advised that my original lip shape was nice enough and didn’t need any changes to the shape.
After Lisa was done with the rough outline, seemed fine and I gave her the green light to start the embroidery.
A think mask was then laid over my lips, with some liquid which was also the numbing agent.
Waiting time for numbing mask to work was about 15 minutes? It was quite fast to feel the effect. Their numbing cream is indeed strong. *thumbs up*
By the end of 20 minutes, my entire lip felt numb and weird. Because I couldn’t feel anything at all. It felt so weird I started using my fingers to touch & pinch my lips for fun. Erm, you don’t have to do that. Lol.
Getting some ink in…..
After a short while…. ta-dah~~ Ma sexy red Angelina Jolie lips. Ahahahaha…
You can purchase this post-treatment gel to help quicken the recovery process. I think its a must-buy!! Twice a day or whenever your lips feel dry.
— Recovery Process Over The Next One Week —
Day 1 (actual day of embroidery)
- there was zero pain during the whole process.
- after numbing effect wore off, there was a slight tingly feeling.
- lips were rather swollen, looked 20-30% larger than before (just my estimation).
- I wore a mask after I left the shop ‘cuz lips were really red and glossy, was not used to it.
- could eat right after, but in a weird manner since lips were swollen and numb, also had to be careful not to get too much food onto my lips. Note: I was advised to avoid certain foods & drink during this period (will share list below).
- iced lips at night to help reduce swelling, 10-15 minutes should be sufficient; rinsed/gargled with salt water after food to keep bacteria at bay.
- application of post-care gel when ever necessary/dry.
- and definitely need to avoid touching the embroidered area – you don’t want to get your lips infected!
- swelling went down by half, did not wear mask out of the house already.
- there was no pain but lips felt tight, as if they were very dry so had to avoid stretching mouth too widely.
- normal taking and eating was fine, just refrained from laughing or stretching mouth too widely.
- looked as though I was wearing red lipstick with super gloss.
- continued to gargle with salt water after meals.
- applied post-care gel whenever needed.
- iced lips again at night.
- no signs of peeling yet.
- by now swelling looked completely gone, but lips were still as red.
- lips still felt very dry, I would say it felt as though lips were cracking so I had to keep my mouth movements small.
- when I has clean fingers, out of curiosity I tried to touch my lips.. and when pressing against the dried skin, it felt like the layer of skin “popped up”, a little like blisters without fluid inside (if you get what I mean). It was strangely addictive to play with, haha! The “popped up” feeling felt like keropok, dry & hard. I could tell that most likely the entire row of skin would fall off together.
- continued to apply post-care gel and gargled with salt water after meals.
- since lips no longer swelled, I stopped icing lips that night.
- during shower & brushing my teeth that night, as I was rinsing toothpaste off, I felt water running through between the dried skin and my lips. Most parts of the dried skin actually was detached from my lips but was just hanging off some parts that were not dried yet. Since there was a big piece of dried skin dangling from my upper lip, I helped myself with removing the redundant skin gentle (warning: please do it only if you are confident you can avoid hurting the raw areas! Otherwise just leave the skin alone until it falls off on its own).
- can’t wait for everything to come off!!
- lips looked uneven now that some of the skin had fallen off, i.e. some parts pinkish and some parts still red.
- well, overall it still looked like red lipstick from afar.
- top photo shows how my lips looked starting of the day.
- for some reason, my lips started to itch by mid day – maybe its just part of recovery?
- again that evening while bathing, the dried skin on my lips softened and started coming off a little more. Most big pieces came off and by the end of the night only 40% of dried skin is left.
- bottom photo shows lips after shower – new skin revealed pinkish undertones.
- lips felt sore, but no pain.
- upper photo showed lips in the morning, more skin fell off after brushing teeth in the morning. Most of them came off on my finger as I applied post-care gel.
- bottom photo showed lips by mid day – after lunch more skin came off, again on my finger as I applied post-care gel. Think almost all dried skin is gone?
- lips looked pink, and glossy with the post-care gel.
- very natural-looking, love love!!
- lips still felt a little sore, rims of my lip was flaking slightly.
- lips looked lovely in pink.
- there seemed to be a rim of slightly darker colour on the outer of my lip embroidery, though not obvious in the photo.
- lips still felt a little sore and dry, but I’ve started eating and drinking normally.
- flaking skin around lips were gone and everything looked perfect!
- lips continued to feel minimally numb/tingly until around 2 weeks after embroidery.
- spicy food
- hot food/drinks
- raw food
This was me 1 week after my lip embroidery(though the lips will get more pinkier in the next few weeks), with no make up except concealer. Hehe, very satisfied!
3 types of people should definitely op for lip embroidery
1. One who doesn’t have a balance lips. Example, top lip smaller than bottom lip or bottom lip smaller than top lip. Lip embroidery will help great a balance look for your lips making it more visually beautiful. Or more luscious
2. One who has very odd or dark coloured natural lip colour. I have seen clients who doesn’t smoke but they have very dark lips that made them look dull and asked if they were a smoke many times.
3. One who has very pale coloured natural lips. This is also quite bad because a pale light coloured lips will make you look ‘sick’ all the time.
They have many happy customers at Beauty Recipe with their skills and services.
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