Permanent Makeup
Permanent makeup is a form of tattooing in which pigment is implanted into the upper layer of the skin, and can be applied using a variety of tattoo methods, including a traditional tattoo or coil machine, rotary or pen machine, and by hand. Although permanent cosmetics can fade over time and require periodic touch-ups, they are considered permanent because the color cannot be washed off.
What is permanent makeup?
A micro-implantation of pigments into the skin for aesthetic purposes to enhance, contour, and outline facial features.
Is permanent makeup similar to tattooing?
It has some of the same qualities, but very different. Only specialists in micro-pigmentation can perform this procedure on the face; tattoo artists cannot. We only use the techniques, tools, and pigments specifically designed for micro-pigmentation procedures, making it safe, sterile, and painless.
Is there any discomfort associated with the procedure?
We use topical anesthetics that are highly effective to be applied to the area being treated which significantly reduces discomfort and pain.
How long does the procedure take to complete?
The average time required for a procedure is between one to two hours.
How long does permanent makeup last?
Gradual fading can be expected for all micro-pigmentation procedures. Most colors last three to five years. Periodic touchups are recommended to maintain the desired look. 
How long does it take to heal? 
Some swelling and redness can be expected for 24 hours following the procedure. A cold compress helps to reduce any swelling around the eye area. Some skin peeling and lightening of the applied color is normal. The treated area must be kept clean.  Normal healing times is between four to seven days.
Any home after care?
No makeup should be applied for several days. Regular routines usually can be resumed immediately after the procedure. However, tanning, swimming, or vigorous exercise should be avoided for a few days.






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