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What you need to know about the Permanent Makeup Procedure
- What is Permanent Makeup?
Permanent Makeup is the process of implanting hypoallergenic cosmetic pigments under the dermal layer of the skin using single use individual disposable sterile needles. Permanent makeup can be performed for eyeliner, eyebrows, lips, scar camouflage, etc.
- Who benefits from Permanent Makeup?
ü Women who want to look their best all the time
ü Busy women with little time for makeup application
ü Physically active women
ü Women with allergies or sensitivity to cosmetics
ü Those who are physically incapable of applying makeup (ex. arthritis or visual impairment)
ü People with loss of eyebrow hair due to alopecia, chemotherapy, aging or other causes
ü People who look for correction of asymmetrical facial features
- It is not permanent!!!
Sun exposure, anti-aging creams, chemical peels, some medication, sweating, tanning beds, and the overall aging of your skin will cause Permanent Makeup to fade over time.
It is recommended to get color boosts every 1-2 years to freshen up the Permanent Makeup and maintain its natural look.
- Does it hurt?
The areas to be treated are numbed using topical anesthetics to make your experience a comfortable and pleasant one.
- What is the healing time and recovery process?
Healing time varies from person to person (see Post Instructions). Your Permanent Makeup will look a little bit dark immediately after the procedure, but will soften/lighten up within 4-5 weeks. By the end of this period, the color will become about 30% lighter for eyebrows and eyeliner and about 50-60% lighter for lip color. The second procedure will be scheduled 5-6 weeks after your initial application.
It is recommended to have your touch-up appointment every 1 -2 years for color boost.
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