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MalligaMallan

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I've been asked to do one too, haven't done it yet though.

From the tips I got when asking about it, I figure it's pretty much to treat it like a finger tattoo - turn down volts a bit to make sure you're not going too fast, better turn it up ig needed. Expect the ink to fade pretty quickly, and make sure to tell the client about that risk. Offer one touch up (I will at least).

It seems though as it's very different from tattoo to tattoo if it stays or not.

Hopefully someone here who's done one has something to say about it ?
 
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I've been asked to do one too, haven't done it yet though.

From the tips I got when asking about it, I figure it's pretty much to treat it like a finger tattoo - turn down volts a bit to make sure you're not going too fast, better turn it up ig needed. Expect the ink to fade pretty quickly, and make sure to tell the client about that risk. Offer one touch up (I will at least).

It seems though as it's very different from tattoo to tattoo if it stays or not.

Hopefully someone here who's done one has something to say about it ?
Thank you? will let you know how it goes!
 

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Ok so I’ve been asked to do an inner lip tattoo... never done one before. Does anyone have any advice / tips?
TIA?
I am trained in permanent makeup specifically. For lining lips, depending on the type/age of skin were working on, I use 1 an 1RL .30/.35 or 3RL .25/.30, i prefer acupuncture needles (bugpin) because it moves with the skin if that makes sense, less traumatic. I do lining and one pass with smaller needle, then 1-2 passes with a curved mag or a 5/7 rs (depending on the skin/ if they prefer a softer blush or lipstick look) then last pass with smaller config to detail to edges.
 

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I've been asked to do one too, haven't done it yet though.

From the tips I got when asking about it, I figure it's pretty much to treat it like a finger tattoo - turn down volts a bit to make sure you're not going too fast, better turn it up ig needed. Expect the ink to fade pretty quickly, and make sure to tell the client about that risk. Offer one touch up (I will at least).

It seems though as it's very different from tattoo to tattoo if it stays or not.

Hopefully someone here who's done one has something to say about it ?
I am trained in permanent makeup specifically. For lining lips, depending on the type/age of skin were working on, I use 1 an 1RL .30/.35 or 3RL .25/.30, i prefer acupuncture needles (bugpin) because it moves with the skin if that makes sense, less traumatic. I do lining and one pass with smaller needle, then 1-2 passes with a curved mag or a 5/7 rs (depending on the skin/ if they prefer a softer blush or lipstick look) then last pass with smaller config to detail to edges.
 

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