A highly trained and experienced doctor implants pigments into the top layer of skin to highlight your features and create the look of makeup. The intervention being anesthetized, it is not painful. However, you may feel some slight discomfort during the procedure.

Permanent makeup can mimic lipstick or eyeliner or create thicker, fuller brows. It can also be used to hide scars and create an even hairline.

The benefits of permanent makeup.

People opt for permanent makeup for a number of reasons. The three main benefits of permanent makeup are:

  1. Saving time and effort to put on makeup every day.

Wouldn’t you like to be able to wake up and be ready for the day instead of having to stand in front of the mirror every day to achieve perfect daily makeup?

With permanent makeup, you can be sure that your makeup is perfect if you have to attend an important meeting, give a presentation, meet your friends for lunch or go out to dinner with your partner.

  1. Eliminates skin problems caused by traditional makeup products.

One of the biggest benefits of permanent makeup is that it doesn’t use harmful chemicals like many traditional makeup products. Acne is a common side effect of makeup that many of us have to struggle with.

Women love permanent makeup because it allows skin to breathe and can help cleansers and moisturizers work better. It makes it easier for you to keep your skin clean and hydrated.

  1. Conceal skin imperfections.

The benefits of permanent makeup don’t end with filling in your brow line. He can be the knight in armor for people with skin conditions or who have scars after an operation. People undergoing chemotherapy also use this option to regain their confidence and feel better about themselves.

Micropigmentation is a common procedure that involves injecting pigment into the skin using a micro-needle to cover discolorations and skin blemishes. It works well for people with:

  • Hyperpigmentation.
  • Surgical scars.
  • Scars from wounds.
  • Birthmarks.
  • Stretch marks.
  • Age spots.
  • Burns.
  • Birth defects.

Permanent makeup can thus boost the confidence of people with vitiligo. However, the results are not eternal and the procedure must be repeated every three years or so.

Cons of permanent makeup:

You should know the following disadvantages of permanent makeup before opting for this procedure.

  1. It can cause side effects.

Although it’s rare for people to have allergic reactions to the pigments used for permanent makeup, the possibility does exist. Even though iron oxide is one of the safest ingredients to use on the skin, it can occasionally irritate the skin.

In general, people who have a history of allergies are more likely to have a reaction. Generally, you should consult a dermatologist and discuss your skin condition before undergoing the procedure.

  1. There is a risk of infection.

If you’ve ever had a tattoo, you know there’s always a risk of infection. Although there is nothing wrong with the procedure itself, it is the use of non-sterile tools and equipment that is to blame.

This is why you have to be very picky when choosing a salon to get your makeup done. Do your research, learn about the safety of the procedure and salon hygiene standards, and read customer reviews and testimonials before trusting someone with your skin.

  1. The practitioner may not have the proper training or skills.

The fact that there are many practitioners claiming to offer the best permanent makeup services is both a good thing and a bad thing. On the one hand, you have several options to choose from, but on the other hand, you don’t know if all these practitioners are certified, licensed and competent professionals.

First of all, you need to find a salon that has a business license. Next, see if the practitioners have a certificate of competency. There is not much you can do to ensure that your practitioner is knowledgeable about the procedure as well as the sterilization process.

  1. Doesn’t last forever.

We hate to burst your bubble, but permanent makeup isn’t forever. It is essentially the quality of the ink that determines how long the color will remain on your skin.

That said, some salons use poor quality ink that fades very quickly and can even cause the color to shift in position.

Contraindications of permanent makeup.

There are some contraindications to be aware of before having permanent makeup, which is a form of tattooing. People with diabetes, lupus, psoriasis or other autoimmune diseases should not wear makeup all the time, as their healing process may be impaired. In addition, pregnant or breastfeeding women should wait until they are no longer pregnant or have stopped breastfeeding before getting their makeup done. Because their skin changes during pregnancy and the ink might spread unexpectedly. People who have recently had eye surgery should also wait before getting makeup, as the ink may interfere with the healing process. Finally, people who have undergone radiation therapy must wait at least one year after their last treatment before having permanent makeup.

Now that you know the advantages and disadvantages of permanent makeup, it is useful to weigh the pros and cons and make the right choice that will bring you more benefits.

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