Microblading : Everything You Need To Know
What Is Permanent Makeup ?
Permanent Makeup or Cosmetic Tattooing or Micro pigmentation, is a fast-growing part of the health and beauty industry.
If you have faint eyebrows, no eyebrows, or partial eyebrows, a Permanent Makeup can enhance your beauty. A lip Micro pigmentation can reduce “lipstick bleed,” and give definition to the lip line. With a colored lip tattoo, lip scars seem to disappear, plus you can kiss lipstick good-bye. An eyeliner tattoo, you can put away your eye pencils for several years and makes your eye look pretty.
Please check Permanent Makeup Artist is professional and has all the permits needed. Ask to see before-and-after photographs. To avoid infections and ensure professional results, make sure the shop is clean and sterilized. Make sure the Permanent Makeup Artist uses sterile gloves and sterilized equipment.
The pigments used in microblading is not the same as in traditional tattoo. The pigments are of higher quality, the tattoo looks like natural hair once used in the brow bone. A professional makeup tattoo artist uses precise and natural stokes to give your brows a natural and fuller look. The pigment gently fades over time, you can talk to the professional for more information on the pigment.
How Permanent Makeup Is Done?
The process is just like getting a tattoo. The professional Artist applying permanent makeup uses a sterilized needle that penetrates your skin and releases pigment.
Proper sterilization, techniques, and licensing are key.
Getting Permanent Makeup
Before getting permanent makeup applied, you’ll get a patch test on your skin to check on whether you have an allergic reaction to the pigment that will be used.
After that, you will choose the color, based on advice and suggestions from the makeup artist. The technician will then use a sterile surgical pen to sketch the area to be tattooed and then put an anesthetic gel on your skin.
Using a hollow, vibrating needle, the technician will apply the pigment into the top layer of the skin. Each time the needle penetrates the skin, a droplet of pigment is released into the hole the needle makes. You will feel a slight stinging.
After getting permanent makeup, it takes about three weeks for the color to fade to its permanent shade.
At first, the color will likely look dark and shiny. The surrounding tissue will be swollen and red.
You can use a cold compress to reduce swelling and antibiotic ointment to help prevent infection. Strict sun avoidance and use of sunscreens that block the entire ultraviolet light A and B spectrum for several weeks is important to prevent post-inflammatory color changes. Complications are rare but can include infection or allergic reactions to the tattoo dye.