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Imagine yourself not having to worry about touching up your lipstick all day long? And how about saving all that money on many different brands of lipstick season after season? All of those problems now have a modern and safe solution to it . . . "Icy Lips" color correction technique.


The Icy Lips technique is:

  • Semi-permanent;

  • Non-invasive technique for lip coloring;

  • Uses no numbing (anesthetic);

  • Creates minimum discomfort;

  • Does not bleed, and;

  • Creates a natural translucent lipstick effect on the lips.


Non-invasive, which means, they do not penetrate the dermis and thus causes no bleeding. 

able to accomplish the process within a maximum of 45 minutes from start to finish with minimum discomfort to the client.


The Icy Lips pigments are organic pigments with natural essence of seven flowers (composed of Deionized Water, Propylene Glycol, Glycerol, Jojoba Oil, Hamamelis, and Mollis Oliver) with a liquid consistency that is very easy to apply, has an easy absorption and is highly pigmented. The procedure consists to give a semi-permanent lipstick effect to the lips and can be used on all types of skin and all lip colors. It creates an even look and covers the entire lip area, enhancing its beauty, instead of completely changing its shape or contouring. Icy Lips is a fantastic alternative to women and men looking to get just a bit of shade to their lips without it being too obvious.

With Icy Lips, you and your clients will no longer have to work with a pencil and a lipstick. Once the process is complete, just a touch of lip gloss will do the work!!

The post-care treatment for Icy Lips is composed of 8 natural plants and ingredients being Helianthus Annuus, Olea Europea, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Calendula Officinalis, Lavendula Angustifolia (Lavender), Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Melaleuca Viridiflora (Niaouli), and Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree). 



Linda Paradis

Linda Paradis has more than 25 years of experience as a professional in the beauty industry as well as a clinical practitioner. In 1996, Linda entered the field of dermopigmentation. In 2004, she won an Oscar for Innovation at the Mondial Beauté Palais des Congrés in Paris, and in 2006 Ms. Paradis developed her own method of tattoo removal. Linda attended one year of medical school and two years of medical dentistry.


for more information about Linda Paradis and her technique, please click here



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Renton, WA 98057

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