Permanent makeup, also known as Intradermal
Pigmentation, is a revolutionary method of applying natural pigments
into the dermal layer of skin. This state-of-the-art technique is
medically proven and specifically designed to be completely safe.
Permanent makeup is used for a variety of cosmetic
enhancements such as permanent eyebrows, eye liner, and lip liner/color.
Other permanent makeup procedures include vitiligo, scar camouflage,
areola restoration, hairline enhancement, and more. Permanent makeup has
also been used to cover-up stretchmarks, birthmarks, freckles/age
spots, and uneven skin discolorations.
Who Benefits from Permanent Makeup?
• Men as well as women
• Busy people with little time to apply makeup
• People with allergies to conventional makeup
• Anyone who desires freedom from daily makeup application
• Those who are physically incapable of applying makeup
• Those who are active in sports
• Those with oily skin who tend to shed makeup easily
• Burn survivors and people with flaws in their skin
• Those suffering from alopecia and vitiligo
• Men and women who seek correction of asymmetrical facial features
– Whats the difference between the Tradional Tattooing process and Permanent Makeup?
Where both procedures involve tattooing the skin, in traditional
tattooing, pigment is added to the third layer of the skin, where in
permanent makeup pigment is added to the second layer of the skin,
called the Dermis, creating a final result of a soft blend of color to
the tattooed area.
– Is this procedure painful?
Topical anesthetics are used to minimize discomfort.
– Do I have a choice of colors?
Definitely! There’s a wide spectrum of colors you may choose from.
– Do I have a choice in the placement of pigments?
Of course. During your consultation, design and pigment placement will be determined.
– What is involved in recovery?
There will be slight swelling and redness in the skin, which will
subside quickly. You may resume normal activities immediately after the
procedure. Complete healing takes four to six weeks while the
pigmentation matures and reaches its final color.