How to choose a perfect shade for your lip blush:
Look for examples of lip blush photos. But be aware! Many photos that you see are immediately after the procedure, meaning that the colour is up to 50% more intense. So it's a good idea to look for HEALED results specifically. I always indicate healed results by adding "healed" to the photos of my work
Determine whether your lips have cold or warm undertones. How to do it?
If your lips turn blue in the cold, then you definitely have cool undertones of the lips.
In this case, it is better to consider warmer colours to make sure that the healed lips do not have blueish or purpleish hues.
Bring your favorite lipstick for your appointment so I can understand your preferences and match the colour closely.
Permanent makeup will not look exactly the same as your lipstick (although it will look very close to the chosen colour). The lipstick goes ON TOP of the skin, while in permanent makeup, the pigment goes UNDER the skin, mixing with the natural shade of your lips creating a unique shade which looks like tint effect rather than, solid lipstick effect.
Other things to consider:
Light shades make lips look fuller
But if your natural lip colour is quite bright, then it will be harder to achieve lighter shade as your natural lip color will be shining through.
Dark colors make lips look smaller, so if your lips are thin, isn't not advisable to choose dark or bright colours such as red or deep berry shades.
For more information about lip blushing in Cambridge, go my dedicated LIP BLUSH page.