Permanent make-up is a technique which an individual implants pigments, formulated for the face, through the epidermal into the dermal layer of the facial skin. This process inputs permanent colored pigments into eyebrows, eyes, lips, and cheek areas.
Is permanent make-up permanent?
Some fading does occur and a touch-up may be needed every couple of years to maintain the natural looking colors and less often to maintain the darker or more vibrant colors. The pigment will always be in the dermal layer of the skin unless laser treatments are used to break the pigments so the body can carry the pigment particles away. It is essential that sun block be applied to the pigmented areas to keep the color from fading when in the sun or using a tanning bed. Some skin care products contain the Alpha and Beta hydroxyl acid to even out skin tone. These products will have a bleaching effect on the pigmented areas too. So will chemical peels and microdermabrasion. What is permanent make-up?
People interested in Intradermal Micro-Pigmentation will visit the office for a consultation appointment before making a definite decision to commit to the procedure. The consultation is very important, it is when the client and nurse will discuss the procedure, decide on a color and fill out the necessary paperwork