The permanent make-up is a process made entirely with organic dyes and high-quality micro needles. During this procedure with disposable and sterile needles and dyes, the person does not feel any pain. The pain feeling is minimized with the anesthetic creams used during permanent make-up. The duration of the application of permanent make-up varies depending on the area to be applied, the elasticity of the skin and the moisture content of the skin.
The permanent makeup paints are very special paints that have no harm to human health and the permanence of these paints varies according to the person. The permanent tattoo paints should never be used. The retouching should be done in certain periods.
It is very important that the permanent makeup artist is trained and specialized.
Why permanent make-up?
The permanent makeup looks good for everyone and has a different effect on each face.
The permanent makeup enhances people's self-confidence and is made to highlight people's strengths; it is possible to hide some of your shortcomings. For example, to complete certain areas of your missing eyebrows, to make non-lashes visible, to thicken thin lips, etc.
Necessary care for permanent makeup
The following should not be done after permanent makeup:
Using cosmetic products
Exposure to direct sunlight
Sauna, Bathroom, Pool, Solarium
Heavy physical load
Blood thinners (aspirin, etc.)
Coffee, energy drinks, alcohol
Scratch and pull out the scab
Use all kind of skin cream
Note: If this bothers the customer, it will be good to postpone the permanent makeup application.
The cream to be used after permanent makeup.
The healing creams recommended by the artist should be applied.
If any problems are encountered, permanent make-up artist should be contacted.