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Permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, involves implanting pigments into the skin to enhance certain features, such as eyebrows, lips, and eyeliner. It’s a form of cosmetic tattooing designed to resemble regular makeup.
While it’s called “permanent,” the effects typically last anywhere from 1 to 3 years for eyebrows and eyeliner, and 3 to 5 years for lip color, depending on factors like skin type, lifestyle, and sun exposure. Periodic touch-ups are recommended to maintain the desired look.
While discomfort varies from person to person, most clients experience minimal pain. We use top notch Topical anesthetics to help easey the discomfort. PMU should be virtually painless.
While the initial healing process takes about a week, the skin will continue to heal and the color will gradually settle over the next 4-6 weeks. It’s normal to experience some swelling and redness initially.
It’s recommended to avoid applying makeup on the treated area for at least a week or until the area has fully healed to prevent infections and ensure optimal results.
It’s important to remember that the color will be more intense immediately after the procedure and will fade over time. However, if you’re unhappy with the results, some procedures can be adjusted or corrected. Consult with your technician for options.
Potential side effects include temporary swelling, redness, and occasional bruising. There’s also a risk of infection, allergic reactions, or scarring, although these are rare when the procedure is done by a trained professional.
Those with certain medical conditions, allergies, or skin sensitivities might not be ideal candidates for permanent makeup. It’s essential to discuss any health concerns with the technician before undergoing the procedure.
Research their credentials, look at before-and-after photos, read reviews, and ensure they are certified and maintain strict hygiene standards. It’s essential to trust your technician’s expertise and experience. That’s why thousands of Metro Detroit, Michigan clients trust us.
Avoid alcohol, caffeine, and blood-thinning medications for at least 24 hours before your appointment. It’s also recommended to stay out of the sun and avoid any skincare treatments in the days leading up to the procedure.