You asked about permanent makeup and cosmetic tattooing and now we’ll answer…
What is Permanent Makeup and Cosmetic Tattooing?
It is a revolutionary method of inserting pigment into the dermis layer of the skin and forming a “tattoo” of permanent color. With this method I can create eyeliner, fill in your eyebrows, add lip color and liner too. I can also color in the areola after a mastectomy or reconstructive surgery.
Why would I want Permanent Makeup?
Most people say that it relieves them of the repetitious application of expensive cosmetics. This provides extra time for other things in their lives and gives them a sense of security in their looks. This can also help people with disabilities or poor eyesight that have trouble applying a smooth even line.
How is it done?
Using an extremely mild probe, micro pigment is inserted into the uppermost layer of the dermis.
Does it hurt?
The procedure is very tolerable; a topical numbing solution is applied for your comfort. Yet most people describe the sensation as only a mild “plucking” feeling due to the gentle pressure.
What about After-Care?
You may have some redness or a slight swelling (looks as though you have been crying). We provide you with an ointment and suggestions to help with this. Healing can be expected in just a few days.
Will I still have to wear makeup?
While some people enhance their permanent makeup, many find the effect so ideal and so natural that they need no other help.
Do I have a color choice?
A wide variety of colors are available. Together we will match your skin tone. The color will soften as it heals into the skin.
Will the color fade?
You will be scheduled for a follow-up visit for any needed touch-up work and to ensure your personal procedure meets your expectations. Color will fade slightly over the months and years.
Can you tell me more about Areola Coloring?
Areola coloring is done using very special techniques. Permanent cosmetic tattooing can create a natural-looking, three-dimensional areola and nipple for breast cancer patients undergoing breast reconstruction surgery.
If you feel diminished by disease or injury, allow permanent cosmetics to restore your sense of personal beauty.