The ink on the latest must-do flawless makeup
Call the procedure what you will (and many do, dubbing it everything from “permanent makeup” to “micro-pigmentation”), going under the needle means not worrying about smudged eyeliner at a last-minute presentation—among other benefits.
While all tattoo artists stress approaching the service with caution , as with plastic surgery, not every procedure has a happy outcome. Just because someone can handle a tattoo gun doesn’t mean she’s adept at using it to conjure flawless arches.
If someone’s brow shape is already wrong for her face, and the tattooer follows it anyway, it looks even worse than before. The choice of color can also backfire. Black eyeliner is one thing, but you have to select a brow shade the way you do concealer—based on your skin and whether its undertones are blue or yellow.
Things You Must Know About Permanent Makeup!
We all are makeup junkies. We can spend even hours on perfecting our makeup. But, what if I told you there is a way to have a permanent winged eyeliner or permanently perfect red pout? Will you be game for it?
How Is It Done?
How is a tattoo done? By the needle that penetrates your skin and releases pigment. Right? Well, this is how permanent makeup is done. Then, just like tattoo, your technician will sketch the area according to what kind of makeup you want with a surgical sterile pen. A vibrating needle is used to release the pigment into the skin and giving you your desired makeup look.
Healing Time After Permanent Makeup
You will most likely have redness and mild swelling that could last from few hours to few days. The applied makeup color will look so much darker than your desired one for few days. It takes about 5-7 days for the exact color to show up.
Click here to read the various types of Permanent Makeup as well – most important – the pros and cons
Source : Makeup and Beauty