Permanent Makeup FAQ
Permanent makeup is an innovative cosmetic procedure that combines the art and science of depositing pigment into the skin's dermal layer to enhance the shape and color of eyebrows, lips, eyes and more. Both women and men can benefit from this smudge-free treatment and is a great way to restore confidence and self-esteem in those with arthritis, alopecia, hair loss due to the aging process and chemotherapy patients.
Men and women of all ages, ethnicities and genders can benefit from permanent cosmetics. However, there are exceptions. Those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, anyone actively undergoing cancer treatments, or people currently on Accutane, are not candidates.
Topical anesthetics are applied to the desired area before and during the procedure to assure you of the most comfortable experience possible. Most people describe the sensation as a "tingling" feeling. However, some people do experience some discomfort somewhere between a 0-3 on a scale of 10 but is rarely anything stronger than a Tylenol necessary case.
Your investment in permanent makeup can completely eliminate the daily time consuming ritual of applying traditional makeup, saving you time and money in the long run. Plus, you will save yourself the embarrassment of smeared or smudged makeup that is so common with liners, pencils and powders.
Because this is a cosmetic invasive procedure, you won't have to miss work or take time off to recover. You will look like you've had a good cry following and Eyeliner procedure, while Lip color often involves temporary swelling. Eyebrow procedures have the least swelling.
Micropigmentation last a long time, but not forever. Lifestyle choices and breakdown by the body's natural response, all play a role in how long makeup endures. You will want to freshen up your new makeup every couple of years.
You may have special needs for permanent makeup such as scars, vitiligo, alopecia or health problems. Your Micropigmentation professional will be happy to speak with you to evaluate your special needs.
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