Permanent Cosmetics are a state-of-the-art form of cosmetic tattooing in which an organic pigment is embedded beneath the skin to add permanent color.
There are Permanent Cosmetic procedures for eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner, full lip color, scar camouflage, feature reconstruction, areola restoration or repigmentation, hair imitation, skin grafts, cleft palate, cleft lip and beauty marks.
Everyone who desires a natural enhancement to their appearance is a good candidate for Permanent Cosmetics. Some choose Permanent Cosmetics to reduce signs of damage due to surgery, injury, hair loss, chemotherapy and vitiligo. Others cannot apply cosmetics due to allergies, sensitive skin, poor vision or motor impairment. Permanent Cosmetics are also ideal for the physically active, those with hectic schedules and those who simply want to look their best at all times.
After the original appointment, there can be a retouch visit to adjust color or shape that may be disliked or partially finished. It is common for tattoos to fade or change over time.
Permanent Cosmetics are safe, and allergic reactions to Permanent Cosmetics are extremely rare. Technicians do skin testing either routinely or upon request before treatment.
There may be some swelling and bruising of the face that will last up to a week; however, you should be able to return to daily activities immediately.
Eyebrows can be recreated using fine lines to simulate real hair, lips can be highlighted to enhance their fullness and blemishes and scars can be camouflaged. Permanent Cosmetics can also be a time saver because the application time of regular makeup is eliminated.
After treatment, swelling and bruising should be expected. A touch-up session may be necessary to obtain the full effect desired.
The procedure is permanent; however, time may fade the tattoo. Depending on how the area is cared for and the growth and changes of the body, some maintenance sessions may be required to retain the original results.
Treatment is slightly painful and has some discomfort. The level of discomfort is dependent on a person’s pain tolerance and whether the technician provides an anesthetic cream or injection.
All prices are subject to change without prior notice.