Permanent Cosmetic includes permanent Lip liner, Lipstick, Eyebrows and Areola re-creation. Permanent make-up is possible through a procedure called micro pigmentation, which is similar to tattooing. It can mimic eyebrow pencil, lip liner, and lipstick. When performed by a trained medical professional, permanent make-up can appear natural and attractive.
Advantages of Permanent Make-up
Permanent make-up is ideal for on-the-go people who always need to look their best but cannot afford the time to apply make-up throughout the day. At the end of the day, your make-up looks as though it was just freshened. Post surgically, the re-creation of areolas encourages esteem and reduces the feeling of something taken away.
Applying Permanent Make-up
Cosmetic tattoos can be applied in the office. Tamala Galloway, Dermatology LPN / Cosmetic Tattoo Artist, will use a tattoo pen to inject permanent ink into your skin. Each procedure takes 30 to 120 minutes. Topical anaesthesia used prior to the procedure makes the procedure painless. All tattoos may initially appear brighter or darker than desired, but will fade to the desired color over several days. Some tattoos also appear crusty for a few days. You will be swollen for 2-5 days.
Risks of Permanent Make-up
Cosmetic tattoos currently are available everywhere and are not necessarily regulated. Having your procedure performed in a medical office reduces the risk of infection. Placement of cosmetic tattoos demands precision. If your eyebrow tattoo is placed high, you may have a permanent look of surprise. Do not take cosmetic tattooing lightly. When performed in a clinician office, you have the greatest chance for a satisfactory outcome.