How Does Permanent Makeup Work?
Also known as micropigmentation, permanent makeup is a form of cosmetic tattooing that will leave you looking naturally enhanced at any time of the day or night. Using a cosmetic implantation technique, your skin care technician will deposit colored pigment into the upper layer of the dermis in your specific area of choice. So whether you want eyebrows, eyeliner, lipliner, full lip color, beauty marks or any other enhancement, we can help.
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Am I a Good Candidate for Permanent Makeup?
You’re a good candidate for permanent makeup if you are sick of spending time putting on makeup and are ready for a more time-saving solution.
How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?
The permanent makeup procedures typically last between one to two and a half hours. You will first have a consultation with your technician to discuss your specific goals. During your next visit, your technician will apply the pigment using a hand applied technique, and you may need to schedule follow-up appointments to adjust the shape, color or density of the pigment. While it is durable, the composition will fade over time, so you may need to schedule touch-up appointments in the future.
What are Permanent Makeup Costs?
During your initial consultation, your skin care technician will discuss permanent makeup costs with you. It’s hard to give an estimate without meeting each patient one-on-one, as every person has a different procedure and goal in mind. Our goal is to keep you looking beautiful at all times, so give us a call and let us help you on your aesthetic journey.*
What Results Will I See?*
Your results will be visible right away, although you may encounter some swelling and redness for the first week after your permanent makeup session.
Is There Any Downtime?
After treatment, there is no downtime and minimal discomfort. Patients are encouraged to resume all normal activities immediately.
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*Individual Results May Vary