Permanent Make-up Care

Semi-permanent eyebrows are actually one of the benefits of microblading, given how skin changes with age and eyebrow trends can differ over time. The shape and color of the eyebrows can be adjusted to changes in skin and eyebrow trends, and there is never any concern about having a permanent color like grandma. Second, the pigment used for microblading does not implant into the skin compared to the depth used for permanent cosmetic procedures. The depth suitable for the color to be implanted during the microblading procedure is the top layer of the dermis. If the micro-estraba is not deep enough, the color retention will be poor and, if too deep, it will cause scars and the healed lines will look blurry rather than thin and crunchy.

So to give us all a better understanding of permanent and semi-permanent makeup, we contacted three skin care experts to learn everything we need to know before saying “yes” to a cosmetic tattoo procedure. MicroArt Semi Permanent Makeup is a patented technology perfected by our team of electronic engineers, cosmetic biochemists and Hollywood founder makeup artist Tanya York. The goal was to develop makeup that can stay on the skin for years, look more natural than makeup and eliminate all side effects from other forms of permanent makeup. After five years of development, MicroArt is now enjoyed by thousands of people flying from all over the world to obtain the procedure. If I had to guess, you clicked on this story because you fill your eyebrows every day. We’ve all been there and spent so much time (and $$$) wearing their gels and pencils eyebrows to slide them off their faces a few hours later.

And now that he wants to get out of the wrestling bus, he’s considering microblading, the semi-permanent way to tattoo his forehead. But if the idea of microblading scares you too much to try it (there’s something about permanent makeup that feels that way … permanent), permanent lip makeup don’t panic. Not only does the process hurt much less than you think, but the results don’t last forever, which is great news if you still take your options away. When it comes to eyebrow tattoos and microblading, form is the most important way to do it right.

Cosmetic tattoo artists use a super fine pen to deposit the pigment directly under the skin. You can also hear names such as eyebrow feathers or microdiscal. “People claim different techniques for marketing purposes,” says Bray. Other techniques still fall under the umbrella of natural-looking hair strokes, and the most important thing is to study examples of your artist’s work and make sure you’re a fanatic before booking an appointment. Also known as digital or machine airstrips, neat eyebrows that look realistic.

The process takes about 2.5 hours, depending on how much natural hair you have and the desired fullness. Bleeding is minimal and the healing time is usually shorter than micro-blading. If you search the internet, you will find a mention of permanent eyebrow tattoos. This is because, although the color fades over time, there can always be traces of pigment molecules in the skin tissue.

“Regulations in the United States vary from state to state, and of course regulations vary from country to country,” explains Bray. If your makeup is done permanently, the color is 50 to 70% lighter after the initial crust is turned off. Remember that the pigment heals under your skin, not on top. At first I was always carefully broadcast so you can get used to it, but I would say 95% of my customers return for charging and want to darken them. This should always be fully explained and understood before applying permanent makeup.