Permanent Make-Up - Benefits, Procedure and Process explained
Permanent Make-Up is a personal decision that only you can make. This information can help you make an informed decision after weighing the benefits, learning about the procedure and the natural healing process.
Permanent make-up (Also known as micropigmentation, cosmetic tattooing, and intradermal pigmentation) is a method of applying natural or synthetic pigment into the dermal layer of the skin. This technique has been medically developed and specifically designed for safe, permanent application. Permanent makeup is used for a variety of enhancements such as enhancement of eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner and lip color. This technique can also be used to treat skin irregularities, scars, and areolas.
This is beneficial for clients who:
- Are active and want to save time.
- Have poor eyesight.
- Have allergies to make-up.
- Are physically incapable of applying make-up.
- Wish to correct asymmetrical facial features.
- Desire freedom from make-up.
- Artistically applied to enhance your natural appearance.
- You'll look your best... and no one will suspect.
- Save on make-up expenses and have more time in your life.
- Thorough consultation lets you see how you will look before the procedure is done.
Permanent Make-Up is artistically applied to enhance your natural appearance. You'll look your best and no one will suspect.
Properly shaped eyebrows will enhance your face shape and frame your eyes without dominating your features. Multi-colored hair strokes can be blended for a soft, natural look. How great it would be not to worry about sweating or wiping your brows off. You'll never have to match them again!
Soft color can be applied as an enhancement or a thicker defined line for a more dramatic effect. Dimension is created by implanting more color to the outer edges and tapering to the middle.
A smokey eye shadow look can also be an alternative. No more runny, smudgy eyeliner. Great answer for contact wearers, too.
Size, shape and color can be altered. Accentuate the outer lip liner and blend color to the middle for a natural look. Correct a crooked lip line or just add definition. Lip enhancement helps prevent lipstick from bleeding and minimizes the appearance of wrinkles.