What is Microblading / Lip Blushing?
Microblading is makeup applied under the skin. This is also known as cosmetic tattooing, semi-permanent makeup, pigment embroidery, eyebrow embroidery, and microblading.
CDU Semi-permanent makeup, cooperating with medical staff
Did you know that semi-permanent make-up is a medical procedure? Using a blade and needles on your body raises the possibility of inflammation and infections.
Therefore, it is important to undergo semi-permanent makeup procedures at an authorized facility under the supervision of medical staff. Nevertheless, there are many patients who receive semi-permanent make-up from unauthorized persons and facilities.
CDU Medical Beauty Center cooperates with medical staff to enhance the quality of procedures in hygienic conditions.
CDU’s Special Technique: A Native Technique
By combining a short and long stroke, we achieve the most natural look of innate beauty. This Native Technique is only available at CDU Beauty Medical Center. Native Technique looks good whether you combine it with makeup or go makeup-free.
Safe esthetic machines maintained by a government-approved esthetician
A certified esthetician, approved by the government, maintains all facilities and oversees your procedures in order to manage esthetic machines safely.
(Authorization code of Ministry of Health and Welfare, 2019-05002)
5 Free Harmless Pigments to Humans: non-alcohol, Phenol, Paraben, Formaldehyde, and heavy metal
What areas can be microbladed?
Healing Process of Eyebrow Microblading
Healing Process of Lip Blushing
The lip may swell and scabs and crusts may start to form, which can look quite messy. *If patients with herpes simplex develop cold sores after lip blushing, please visit the clinic and take the relevant medication.
The lip will become dry and the scabs start to fall off. Avoid scraping and picking off the scabs.
Touching-up is recommended to fill the unevenness and add more pigments for a more distinct color. Even though the color may seem faint at this stage, better color formation will be achieved with the required touch-ups. During touching-up, the lip is stimulated, which helps the pigments move from the deep layer to the surface of the lip.