In this tutorial, you’ll learn more about the process of lip Micro-pigmentation. This tutorial is provided by Mrs. Nastaran Khorshidi, Micro-pigmentation and Micro-blading expert. To receive our services, or if you want to join our classes, please contact us at 09196184716.
Well as you can see, my model is here and we want to start the Micro-pigmentation process on her lips. Before moving further, we have to take care of the design. We design the lips to create the correct symmetry and proportions. This includes the curve of the upper lip, the edge of the lips and the lower lip. Then we can start the pigmentation process. The more we move toward the edge of the lip, the pigmentation will get darker, and the inside of the lips will look lighter.
We use a triple-head power cartridge for the lip liner and five-head or seven-head power cartridge on the lips. It’s also possible to use flat or magnum cartridges. However, flat cartridges are made to draw lines and not fade the pigmentation while our application requires us to fade the lines we draw. Therefore, as I said, We use a triple-head power cartridge for the lip liner and as we move toward the lips we use five-head or seven-head power cartridge since we have more space to cover.
The more we move toward the edge of the lip, the pigmentation will get darker, and the inside of the lips will look lighter. This will create a sense of dimension on the lips and you’ll end up with a more striking lip. Lip liner is usually two degrees darker than the pigmentation on the lips. If you want to extend the lip liner to an area outside the lips,
Then you have to use the same color as the lip liner, which is two degrees darker. For example, if the lips are to be red, then the lip liner should be crimson. You will also need a bit more hand pressure. After the lip liner, when you want to apply the pigmentation on the lips, you have to hold the tool in a ninety-degree angle and for the hand movement. You should throw your hands inward. This will make the lips look more prominent.
The space between the lip liner and the actual lip line should be two degrees darker than the pigmentation on the lips. For the lips, since we have more space to work on, we use cartridges with more needles. This could be a five-head or seven-head cartridge. This concludes our tutorial on lip Micro-pigmentation. We’ll be back with more tutorials soon.