No More Smeared or Washed-Out Lips!


List of those who are NOT eligible for services:

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Under the age of 18.
  • Taking immunosuppresion medication/have been diagnosed with an immune disorder.
  • Have any active infection.
  • Have an upcoming surgery within 4 weeks.
  • Taking blood thinning medication.
  • Taking adderall.
  • Noncompliant with aftercare instructions.
  • Commonly suntan.
  • Diabetic.
  • Currently taking painkillers, street narcotics, or have drinking problems.
  • Taking krill oil/fish oil.
  • Have an undiagnosed/untreated heart issues.
  • Have taken antibiotics in the past 30 days.
  • Have tendency to keloid (not suitable for Microblading).
  • Have had peels/laser/microneedling within the past four weeks.
  • Have taken accutane in the past year.
  • Have had laser resurfacing in the past year.
  • Have had botox injections on the forehead within 3 weeks.
  • At high risk of infection/must take antibiotics during dental work.
  • Trichotilloma diagnosis.
  • Most people who have had their brows tattooed in the past will be turned away. Please email us at with a photo of your brows to see if we will take you as a client.

List of those who are eligible, but will require a doctor’s note: **Please note: may require multiple touchups due to pigment not retaining properly.**

  • Auto immune diseases
  • Chemotherapy
  • Diabetes Type 1 and 2
  • Thyroid disturbances
  • Patients on blood thinners 

Please Note: You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.

The Perfect Pout

Blushed Pout $400


Not suitable for everyone.

Perfect for giving lip more definition and symmetry. Restore lip color due to loss of color from the aging process. Lighten dark lip color due to smoking. Give your lip a nice rosy color to correct ashy color.

Price  does not include a complimentary perfecting session .

May require additional Perfecting Touchup session to achieve desired result.

Ombre Pout $450


Not suitable for everyone.

Two-Toned lip. The Ombré Lip takes your natural lip shade and punches it up a tone or two and gives the appearance of youthful color and definition.

Price  does not include a complimentary perfecting session .

May require additional Perfecting Touchup session to achieve desired result.

Pout Perfecting | Touchup


For existing clients of Arch & Ink Artistry only.

 2 to 5 Month Color Boost       $150

6 to 9 Month Color Boost       $200

10 to 16  Month Color Boost   $300

After 17 Month - Full Price*

For some, may require additional touch up to achieve desired result. 


The weekends are reserved for family. I have school age children therefore, Saturday and Sunday is our family time together. Please try to book service(s) on weekdays. If weekend appointment is your only option then you are agreeing to the additional $50 charge on top of your service(s) booked. NO EXCEPTION! 

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What TO Expect At Your Appointment

  • 2.5-3 Hours
  • Consultation
  • Shaping of the lip
  • Color selection
  • Needle selection
  • Topical numbing (prior to and during treatment)
  • Cosmetic Tattoo procedure
  • Explanation of aftercare

May require additional Perfecting Touchup session to achieve desired result.

Pre & Post Lip Procedure

Either you get cold sores or not, you will need an antiviral prescription. Physician usually instructs to begin taking it 3 days before procedure, for a 7-10 day course. 

If you have had any type of lip surgery, consult with the physician about how long you should wait before having a permanent makeup procedure on the lips. Most physicians are giving a 3 week ok after lip filler injections like collagen or Restylane.
Permanent makeup artists have noticed poor color retention in lips that have received collagen injections within the previous 6 months, longer for restylane. There has even been a little pigment migration along lip edges with Restylane. It may be best not to have lip filler injections and permanent lip color within the same year. If the lip surgery involves an incision (like a lip implant), the incision needs to mature about 6 months before tattooing on top of it.
Oral prosthesis dentures/ partials/ braces and tongue piercing bars may increase risk of getting bacterial and/or fungal infection from the mouth to the lips. Frequent or recent sinus infection puts lips at risk of infection. 
Denture wearers generally carry a higher candida/ yeast count. Cutaneous candidiasis/ candidosis is more common in older women (angular stomatitis - perlèche, angular cheilitis).
Recent antiobiotic therapy can be responsible for a high candida count. Steroid medications and antacid drugs can allow candida to overpopulate. 
Smokers tend to have a high count also. Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it isn’t there. The bacteria-yeast balance in the mouth can get out of whack, and the oral saliva will get in the holes made by tattooing lips.
Lips can get infected easily. Bacterial infections clear up more quickly than Candida Albicans infections. It is possible to have a co-infection when both bacteria and fungus are involved. It is possible to get a candida infection right after clearing up a bacterial infection.

  • Avoiding tanning two weeks prior or have sunburned face
  • Do not have any type of facial/peel 2 weeks prior to treatment
  • Discontinue Vitamin A/Retinol products one month prior to treatment
  • Do not work out the day of the procedure.
  • Do not have lip fillers 3 weeks prior
  • Do not take Fish Oil or Vitamin E one week prior (natural blood thinners)
  • In order to avoid excessive bleeding and poor color deposit:
  • Do not drink alcohol 24 - 48 hours before your tattoo
  • Do not consume coffee before your procedure
  • Do not take an aspirin or ibuprofen for pain relief (this thins the blood).

After Lip Procedure

Lips will ooze a couple of days. Blot and reapply ointment. After sleeping, crust will have dried on the lips. Rinse with water or put more ointment on to loosen crust, blot and reapply ointment. Most tissues like the ones you blow your nose with will leave lint on the lips. Use something stronger and lint-free like Bounty hand towels. A soaking wet cloth feels good to blot with.

Lips will be tender at first. Drink through a straw. Choose foods you can place in your mouth with a fork without touching lips.

Do not excessively stretch lips while they are healing with big smiles, or pucker lips with smoking. Those motions push and pull against the lip edges, applying tension and friction between the strong normal skin surrounding the mouth and the broken inflamed lip edges. Lip skin is a continuation of the delicate mucous membrane in the mouth. It is not strong like normal skin.

On the third day, lips stop oozing and start peeling. This is when the chapped lip feeling is strongest. You may relieve the chapped lip feeling by lightly massaging the lips after placing a thick layer of ointment on them and making gentle circular motions with one finger. The light, wet massage helps get loose skin off that is ready to come off without yanking out skin that is not ready to come off. The massage relieves the chapped feeling for several hours, then it returns, and you can massage again.

Lips will peel for a week. Other than the massage mentioned above, allow it to flake off on its own. Picking and pulling off skin that is not ready to come off will cause pigment loss and can pull out deeper tissue. The edges or lip liner will be the last to fall off. Pulling this off will result in an uneven splotchy line or an indented scar (like messing with a pimple).

Try to keep toothpaste off lips while healing.

Do not have teeth bleached while healing.

During the peeling process it may look like there is not much color there. Color is more apparent by the second week. Final result is not judged for 2 months.

It is normal to have discomfort or a feeling of pressure the day of the lip procedure. The next day should be minimal. If you begin having pain on the 3rd or 4th day after being pain-free, it is a signal that something is wrong and you must seek a physician right away.

After the lips are healed over and all is well, they still feel more chapped than normal. The chapped feeling subsides over a period of weeks to months. Certain lip balms create the problem. Do not use anything made for cold sores or blisters (carmex, blistex) because although they initially feel moisturizing, they turn around and dry the lips out. Some do more damage than that, especially if applied on broken lip tissue during the healing process