Perfect Pout Lip Blushing
Having worked in the beauty industry for over 11 years, I am passionate when it comes to marrying women to their perfect lip shade. Whether it be for a wedding, graduation, or your everyday go to lipstick, it’s all about discovering your signature shade.”
Why choose Lip Blushing over my everyday lipstick?
Creating that perfect pout takes time, precision, and of course maintenance throughout your day.
You love your lips after applying your favorite lipstick, lip liner and lip gloss in the morning, however by lunchtime do you really have time to reapply your lipstick and repeat throughout the day? We didn’t think so either…;)
The BQLA Perfect Pout Lip Blushing was developed for the busy hard working Queen’s who want to save time in their morning routine. So sit back relax and let the experts take over!
Did you know?
The signature red lips Marylin Monroe had was a combination of 4 lip colors mixed together. Could you imagine that amount of work? Leave it to our Perfect Pout Experts!
How to prepare for your Perfect Pout appointment
We love it when our Lip Queens bring their favorite lipstick or lip liner to their lip blush consultation.
This helps us visualize the Lip Queen you are about to become! Working together with your Pout Expert you will together develop a shade that you feel comfortable with. This is a collaboration between the Pout Expert and you bringing your vision to life!
A final note from our founder
“The perfect pout can make a woman feel more confident, beautiful, and reveal to the world her identity. Whether you are a Marylin Monroe lip queen or you rock a Rihanna heart pout, finding your perfect lip shade is something we love to work on with our clients. We always feel so fortunate when clients place their trust in us when it comes to matching them to their lip color. One of my biggest thrills in life would have to be finding that perfect lip shade for women on their big day. I’ve had the privilege to develop beautiful lips for brides on their big day, celebrities and models for their big shoot, and the everyday woman.”
Say goodbye to lipstick’s that fade by lunchtime and hello to Lip Blushing. Wake up with a kiss proof smudge proof perfect Pout! 👄
90 Days Prior
DO NOT get any form of injections and lip fillers
28 Days Prior
DO NOT get a Botox treatment
DO NOT use Retinols/Retin-A or other anti-aging/acne creams around lips
7 Days Prior
DO NOT tan or have a sunburn
DO keep lips exfoliated and moist, avoid them getting dry and cracked for optimal results
48 hours prior
DO NOT take aspirin, ibuprofen, niacin, vitamin E, fish oil (omega-3) or CoQ10
DO take anti viral medication if prone to cold sore/herpes
24 hours prior
DO NOT drink alcohol or caffeine
YOU ARE READY FOR YOUR PERFECT POUT
THE HEALING PROCESS
It’s very important to take care of your new lips after your lip treatment as this will affect not only how they look once they are fully healed but also the longevity of your lip blush procedure.
LIP BLUSH AFTERCARE INSTRUCTIONS
Lips may feel dry or chapped or possibly tender to the touch immediately following the procedure. Swelling or brightness in color is also common too.
Apply light pressure on lips with a clean paper towel for 4 hours after treatment to remove any fluid commonly referred to as lymph. Start applying ointment after 4 hours as needed to keep lips consistently moist.
No kissing, rubbing or friction on treatment area.
Keep lips moist at all times applying ointment on lips several times a day. Drink with a straw and avoid oily, spicy and heavy seasoned food. After every meal gently rinse and clean lips with water then pat dry and re-apply ointment.
Lips will start peeling at this stage and the color will lighten by about 30%-50%. Continue keeping lips moist and Do not pick or rub your lips. It’s important to let the peeling happen naturally.
Lips are done peeling and the color is light. You may return to normal routine while your lips will continue to heal. Every week more color will surface, it is important to continue keeping lip moist to get the best color at the end of healing phase.