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Some people might be wondering…how does saline lighten and remove tattoos?
How can something so natural such as a salt/saline solution work…
and work so effectively?

7 Things You Should Know About Your Ink Removal Solution

Jan 25th, 2021 | Alice Kingdom

Choosing an Ink removal solution? Here is what you need to know! There are a number of tattoo removal solutions available on the market. How do they work and how do they compare to LIFT?? As the popularity of semi permanent makeup and microblading co…

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How Many Sessions Will It Take?

Jan 25th, 2021 | Ashley Rose

One of the biggest questions we get asked all the time is, “How many Li-FT® sessions will it take?” The answer, as simple as it may seem is, we really don’t know. There are several factors that play a roll in how many Li-FT® sessions a partic…

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Li-FT® and Migration

Jan 25th, 2021 | Ashley Rose

How many times have you turned away a client who had a migrated eyeliner? Maybe you just didn’t know that it could be fixed? Maybe you thought that something like migration wouldn’t be possible to remove. But luckily, Li-FT® can and WILL fix mig…

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Li-FT® Ingredients

Jan 25th, 2021 | Ashley Rose

Several artists who are not familiar with Li-FT® Tattoo Lightening, may think that the product itself contains chemicals or acids. But we can most definitely assure you that there are no acids or chemicals in this amazing product. Li-FT® is an all-…

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Li-FT vs Color Correction

Jan 25th, 2021 | Elsa Torresiani

I ask myself this question during ever consultation for someone who has been botched.  “Can I simply color correct & enhance the shape or is this tattoo over saturated & requires lightening first?”  Why do I ask this question?  Simple,…

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So you had permanent makeup done and you aren’t satisfied with the results?

Jan 25th, 2021 | Amber Pyse

Corrections can be made with color and shape if the pigment is not too saturated. However, if you are looking to have your eyebrows microbladed or powdered over old, highly saturated work, you will need to have the existing pigment removed for optima…

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