Eyebrows – Eyeliner – Lips
Permanent Makeup is a cosmetic procedure that adds color to the skin of the face. Using the proper technique and a very thin needle and pigment, permanent makeup can enhance the shape of your eyebrows, eyes, and lips.
What is Permanent Makeup
For those who can’t wear traditional makeup due to allergies, permanent makeup is especially valuable. It’s also popular and helpful for those who play sports or regularly work out and don’t want to worry about sweating their makeup off.
This cosmetic procedure also benefits people with busy lives who don’t have time to spend in the morning applying and then touching up their makeup throughout the day. Permanent makeup is especially great for those who have experienced hair loss due to cancer or alopecia.
If you color your eyebrows every day, permanent eyeliner will save you lots of time and give you a full, natural look. Sparse areas can be filled in. This is not a tattoo and black pigments are not used. It’s a drawing in of hair strokes on the skin of your eyebrow. By adding hair strokes on your eyebrows, a fuller look is created.
This technique is for those who want a more delicate look and a fuller eyebrow.
Permanent Makeup for Lips
Permanent makeup for lips adds color, definition, and gives your lips a voluptuous look. You won’t have to worry about applying and reapplying lipstick all day long. With age, our lips lose color and volume, but permanent lip makeup provides a natural-looking color and creates the illusion of “fuller” lips. If you have very thin lips, the combination of permanent lip makeup and fillers will provide great results.
Permanent Makeup 101
Yes, it can fade over time. You will receive a retouch about one month after your initial treatment and then again after one year to help minimize the fading of the color.
It can last up to 2 years with the required maintenance.
Many factors play a role in the duration of the makeup, including the following: Skin type (oily skin fades faster), skin color (lighter skin fades faster), sun exposure, chlorine from swimming, skin peeling, and creams or lotions that contain acid.
Yes, but it is best to wait two to three weeks after your Botox® treatment before getting an application.
Yes, you can get Botox applications right after your makeup application. It even helps with the healing process.
Yes, but you need to wait about two to three weeks after the filler injection for any bruising and swelling to dissipate before the makeup is applied to the lips.
Yes, but the makeup application needs to be fully healed before you consider fillers. When done correctly, permanent makeup and fillers are an excellent combination for beautiful, well-defined, youthful looking lips.
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