Permanent Makeup Guide: Cosmetic Tattooing Types & Costs

Permanent makeup is a tattooing procedure, used to enhance facial features, reducing the need for daily makeup. Like every cosmetic procedure it has its pros and cons, fans and detractors.

How Is it Done?

Colours are applied with a tattooing pen, much smaller than a conventional tattoo gun. Permanent makeup pigments are different from the inks used for body tattoos and the needle penetrates only to the central layer of the skin. Because the ink is more shallowly applied than it would be in conventional tattooing, it does fade over time. How fast this fading occurs will depend partly on the pigment used, partly on the specific procedure and partly on the individual, generally speaking a touch up treatment may be needed anything between one and three years after the initial procedure.

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Permanent Make Up Glam – Eyebrow Tattoos

The new trend that’s got women tattooing their faces is called known as microblading, eyebrow embroidery, feathering, or etching! Keen to know more about permanent make up products? Take a look below:

Basically the difference between microblading (manual) and machine applied permanent make up is the tools and the techniques used. Depending on what kind of look you want to achieve a more natural one is produced by microblading, and a more glamorous finish supplied by the digital machine. Read more about permanent make up glam – eyebrow tattoos here…

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