Permanent make-up, also known as micropigmentation, is an advanced cosmetic procedure commonly used to create long-lasting eyeliner, lip blush, or eyebrow definition. The technique can also be used medically (called “Paramedical Tattooing”) on an area of skin affected by a health condition. It can be used for Areola & Nipple reconstruction after a mastectomy, to give the illusion of shaved hair for people with hair loss, and finally, to camouflage scars or areas of skin affected by vitiligo.
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The newest trend in Eyebrow Permanent Makeup giving a soft shaded brow pencil look, with some visible hairs creating that natural look everyone loves. Once healed, it gives a more natural looking eyebrow than solid colour eyebrow, adding greater definition and depth to your eyebrows. Difference between Microblading and Shading?Microblading is a technique consisting on the application of individual hair-like strokes that mimic the natural hair of eyebrow as opposed to a pencilled look. The results are lighter compared to shading and most importantly, not every skin type is adequate for microblading.
Natural, soft, or intense Lips: These are all possible with micropigmentation, no matter the skin type. The pigment penetrates the skin efficiently, lasting longer.
Permanent makeup allows you to subtly give features, shapes, and definitions to enhance the natural beauty in both men and women. Besides boosting self-confidence, micropigmentation can also lead to a more active lifestyle, and personal freedom, saving quite a bit of time on makeup application. In addition, the procedures have a stunning smudge-free effect that will last for several years. Natural lips can get more defined, or you can have a luscious 3D effect.
Paramedical tattooing is used to disguise, cover and recolour skin imperfections. The pigment is implanted into the dermal layer of the skin to give a finishing touch to surgical procedures, camouflage scars and burns, and recolour nipples and areolas after breast surgery or reconstruction. Paramedical Tattooing can also disguise scars and discolourations from cleft palates, birthmarks, non-pigmented age spots, and cosmetic surgeries like face lifts and tummy tucks. For women who have undergone mastectomies or who may have irregular or fading areolas, this complex micropigmentation and nipple restoration is a breakthrough in creating a more natural-looking breast.