Permanent makeup, sometimes referred to as micropigmentation, is becoming more and more popular across the world and deserves a brief discussion of what it is. Basically, permanent make-up is a cosmetic technique that works by using tattoos as a way of producing designs that look like makeup, for example, eyelining and other permanent enhancing colors on the eyelids, face, and lips.
Results generally last for over a year. It can also be used to create artificial eyebrows, especially on people who have lost their eyebrows due to old age; diseases such as alopecia totalis; chemotherapy; or some genetic disturbance, and also to mask scars and white spots on the skin as with vitiligo. Permanent make-up is also used to restore or enhance the breast’s areola, for example, after breast surgery. When used to create.
The most obvious cosmetic benefit of permanent make-up is that it means you no longer have to think about constantly reapplying makeup. This benefit is so widely recognized that the hashtag #microblading generates 15 million results on Instagram.
Microblading refers to permanent make-up applied to the brows. It is a procedure that involves filling in thin eyebrow areas so that they appear fuller. Compared to traditional tattoos which are permanent, the coloring used in microblading has a finite life, lasting as long as 3 years. This is due to the fact that the pigment used in microblading is in smaller quantities than a tattoo and overall, microblading uses a different set of tools to traditional tattooing.
When done correctly, permanent make-up can remain for many years or start to fade only once several years have gone by. The time required for each person varies from individual to individual. Though the pigment remains in the dermis, the amount of time when it maintains its cosmetic use depends on several factors, among them environmental, procedural and/or individual factors.
So for example, exposure to the sun can accelerate fading of the colour. Also by way of example, the amount of pigment used at the dermal level, as well as its colour, defines how long the permanent make-up remains appealing. Consequently, the most natural looking applications of permanent make-up require touch-ups before dramatic applications. At the individual level, a person’s lifestyle plays a role in the longevity of results. So, a person who spends a lot of time outdoors will experience faster fading results than a person who is frequently indoors. Skin tone of another important factor in determining the longevity of results.
When you go to experts in permanent make-up like Avant Permanent Cosmetics, you will find that permanent make-up procedures usually take one to two hours. Your technician will begin by sketching the design so you know what it will look like before it’s applied. Together with the technician, you can work on the design until you get the look that you are most comfortable with. Like tattooing, having permanent make-up applied will hurt so your technician will apply a numbing agent to dull the pain. If you’re especially sensitive to pain, be sure to speak up so the dosage can be increased to get you comfortable.