Permanent Make-up

Permanent cosmetics (derma-pigmentation, micro-pigmentation, cosmetic tattooing) is the method of implanting color pigments into the epidermal layers of face skin to produce design that resemble make-up and to create a long-lasting cosmetic effects. This method can be used to achieve a natural looking make-up appearance, to produce artificial eyebrows (usually on people who lost them due to different reasons), or to disguise scars/white spots in the skin. The first visible signs of implementing natural pigments into the face skin can be found thousands years ago on preserved human remains. Since then, the permanent make-up has evolved from modest procedure during 1930s (when beauty salons tattooed women with this complex treatment) to a superior fashionable technique nowadays. In order to create results of lasting natural appearance the permanent make-up can be applied with a good effect to eyebrows, eye lines, and lips.

The treatment is performed under conditions similar to that of tattooing where all digital devices and hand pieces meet health and safety regulations and standards. The needles used during this procedure to create natural hair strokes are sterile and disposed of after each individual procedure. After the procedure is preformed the amount and color of pigment deposit into the skin efficiently can affect the results and length time of the permanent make-up procedure. The skin is usually red under the pigment, which can cause that remaining color of pigment looks darker until the color softens during the healing process. Due to skin type and lifestyle permanent make-up results may start to fade after several years and regular touchups might be required over the time.