Permanent Makeup

The Technique

Particles of pigments are placed into the dermal layer of the skin, using the pen or rotary machine or the hand device (microblading). The number of sessions required to achieve the desired result varies depending on the area that needs to be treated; it may take at least one month between the first and subsequent sessions. The procedure is considered permanent, althought subject to fading over time, the pigment will flake off with the cell renewal activity.

Our conception of permanent makeup rejects the modifications and transformations too flashy as we preferred a completely natural final effect. Our pigments are designed and chosen to blend with the natural colours of eyes lips or eyebrows. Our goal is to give pleasantness and harmony, without altering the lines, features or natural colours of the face. That is why every element of permanent makeup is carefully chosen, considering the features of the face, skin, and keeping in mind the tastes and expectations of our customers.

 

How Long Do Treatment Last

The degree of permanency does vary from client to client because their bodies and lifestyle are unique. Colour can fade due to numerous factors, including excessive exposure to the sun or to the tanning beds, medical conditions, excessive sweating, unique body chemistry, facial care maintenance programs, and products used.

 

Hygiene

Safe Practices in Permanent Cosmetics Safe practices when performing permanent cosmetics is the heart of our profession. As a permanent makeup professional I take all the necessary precautions to ensure my clients’ safety. I want my clients feel that they are been protected before, during and after the procedure.

 

Before

Prior to having a permanent makeup treatment is not recommended to have sunbed sessions or sun exposure ten days before so as not to irritate the skin.

 

After

After the treatment, It is necessary to apply on the treated area decongestants that calm down the skin, keep it hydrated and protected. Absolutely not recommended exposure to the sun or sunbed sessions, excessive sweating, exfoliation of the treated area, nor retinol anti-aging creams for 10-15 days after treatment.

Contraindications


  • Women who are pregnant or breast-feeding;
  • Minors under 18;
  • Presence of in, hypertrophic scars or skin blemishes unknown in the area to be treated;
  • Skin infections or dermatitis in progress;
  • People with diabetes treated with insulin therapy;
  • People being treated with chemotherapy;
  • People being treated with anticoagulants, aspirin, anti-inflammatory;
  • People with autoimmune disorder of any kind;
  • Lips treated with a permanent filling material (e.g. silicone).