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    I just had lips and liner on my top lid done. I'm supposed to have my lips retouched twice in a month for optimal results, but, it's not what I expected now so I don't thing I'm going back. The pain outweighs the gain. Had eyeliner done twice over the years and now you couldn't tell it was ever done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickitty View Post
    I just had lips and liner on my top lid done. I'm supposed to have my lips retouched twice in a month for optimal results, but, it's not what I expected now so I don't thing I'm going back. The pain outweighs the gain. Had eyeliner done twice over the years and now you couldn't tell it was ever done.
    That doesn't sound good. Heck, you would be constantly going through a healing process! Ouch! I had my lips done perhaps 7 years ago(?) and I'm going to have them redone in a few weeks. I also had my eyebrows redone by a different company a few weeks ago and was told that it is easier to darken or brighten up a previously done tattoo. They look MUCH better (reference post#20) and also my eyeliner which only last me about a year before they need to be redone. Unfortunately for me, "permanent makeup" isn't permanent. I'll post some pictures next week after I get my lips redone.

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    The eyeliner thing sounds scary. Apart from the pain, is it not risky?

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    As in almost every type of procedure like this, I'm sure there are risks. Infection, allergic reaction to the ink/numbing cream, etc. I haven't read much which is good news.

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    Hey guys, I'm black. With a not so dark kin tone but my lips are quite dark, they look purple or brown depending on the lighting. I have tried lightening them with hq etc but nothing has gotten me that pink colour I'd like. I don't need it to be pale pink but a bright pink would be lovely. I like how it looks when I wear it as a lipstick. Would this work on dark lips? See pics below I would b very happy with any of these permanently. Anything is better than this odd brown colour. Thoughts? Is this not recommended for black people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blarbie89 View Post
    Hey guys, I'm black. With a not so dark kin tone but my lips are quite dark, they look purple or brown depending on the lighting. I have tried lightening them with hq etc but nothing has gotten me that pink colour I'd like. I don't need it to be pale pink but a bright pink would be lovely. I like how it looks when I wear it as a lipstick. Would this work on dark lips? See pics below I would b very happy with any of these permanently. Anything is better than this odd brown colour. Thoughts? Is this not recommended for black people?
    Any updates on this Barbie? I plan on doing the same thing I know this thread is old but hopefully not too old lol

  9. #37
    Ok, here I am back again after seven years from the original post. My eyebrows have pretty much all faded, although there is a very soft shadow still there. They definitely need re doing. The eye liner is almost gone on top lids and bottom right lid but the left one is still quite strong. Not sure how that happened but now it looks strange and lop sided and I have to fill in the right one a bit to make them look even. I can't decide whether to try and get the left one removed or lightened or just get the right one touched up. I would like some subtle microblading for the brows but I would never get the eye liner again.
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