Top Benefits of Permanent Make Up for facial Beauty Enhancement
The process of Permanent Make up includes a set of unique procedures through which the cosmetologist enhances the quality and brightness of the dermis layers in the facial skin. This is often termed as pigmentation which is applied to the eyes, eyelids, lips, nose, chin and the entire face. The methods of Permanent Make up are used to brighten the skin tone and color, boost the skin condition and eliminate the negative signs of aging, post allergic and disease marks on the face. There are two distinct ways in which the cosmetologist performs the procedure, namely the kit and the machine.
Permanent Make up – The Pigmenting Machine
Permanent Make up pigmenting machine consists of digital equipment like the electric tattoo gun, eyeliner, facial too, hair simulator, tattoo needle, eyebrow pen, hair remover tool etc. This machine works with the help of a user interface unit with clear digital display and keyboard. The cosmetologist connects each tool with this device and operates through the keyboard interface.
Permanent Make up – The Procedure
- Eyebrow: - The cosmetologist uses the Permanent Make up eye brow pen for rectifying problems like the disorder, sparse and missing eyebrow tail. She uses the needle in the pen in the dual head along with the shades from the kit which are from lighter to the darker range. The method focuses on the reconstruction of your eyebrow hair and application of enhancing the lifeline of the makeup on them. The process can be made painless and safe by the expert who exercises complete control over the makeup procedure. Since the device uses advanced components with unequaled precision the cosmetologist is capable of shaping your eyebrows into beautiful creations of designs.
- Lips: - Thetransformations of dull and lifeless lips into the most lively and lovely lips through Permanent Make up are done in a methodical procedure. The cosmetologist uses a set of tools, rods and needles to pigment the lips’ cells and tissues at the epidermis and the dermis layers. She injects the pigments with natural colours through needles into the lips. She does it in a controlled manner so that the distribution of the pigment happens uniformly all over. If the Permanent Make up artist (cosmetologist) is able to perform this task with multiple needles the process results in highest efficiency of pigmentation.
- Eyelashes: - Permanent Make up can help in setting the new trends in enhancing the eyelashes beauty and physical strength. The expert uses the needle and pen tools for injecting pigments onto the roots of the lashes originating from the dermis layer. This process helps in enhancing the darkness of eyelashes uniformly.
- Chin: - The process of Permanent Make up for the chin and the rest of your face are carried out with the help of pigmentation tools by the cosmetologist. She uses a combination of light and lightly darker pigments to fill up the various contours and lines across your face. This ensures the Permanent Make up to stay on for many years without any symptoms of fading away.
WHAT IS MICROBLADING?
Microblading is a fairly new technique of cosmetic tattooing in the U.S. but has been around for a long time in Europe and Asia. This is a Semi-Permanent cosmetic tattoo lasting 12-18 months. This technique creates thin, precise and beautiful strokes to imitate our natural brows. Thus, providing the perfect solution to create natural looking brows. This is achieved by a small hand tool with very tiny micro-blades, giving the perfect hair-like strokes every time.
WHAT IS MICROSHADING?
This is also known as Ombre. The only thing that makes this similar to Microblading is that they both Semi-Permanent and are created by hand, with a hand tool. What makes this different is it offers a soft powdered effect. In French, the word “ombré” means “having tones of color that shade into each other, graduating from light to dark”. We will create a soft powdered effect starting near the nose bridge, working from light to dark, towards the brow tail. There are no hair strokes in the technique.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
During your time with Betty, we will start off with a consultation and really listen to what your brow goals are. We will achieve the look that YOU want. After our consultation, we will begin to measure and draw out a shape, lots of time is spent during this part of the procedure to ensure satisfaction. We will then play with some colors and YOU will choose the one you love the most. Once I get your approval, we will start the numbing process with a Topical cream to make the procedure as painless as possible. Once you are numbed, we will being the actual process and start Microshading and adding the colored pigments you have chosen. After a couple passes, we will then do a final inspection to ensure precision. Viola! You are now finished!
PROCESS 1-3 days immediately after the procedure, you'll be in the healing stage. You may have swelling, redness skin sensitivity, minor bruises and/or slight discomfort. These are all normal side effects. You may take over the counter pain relievers. 4-7 days after the procedure, the top layer of the skin will start to become flaky, itchy and may start peeling off. Do your best to avoid picking or itching. Let them heal naturally. If they become too itchy, just lightly tap on the area. The new exposed pigments will eventually soften and settle into an appropriate natural appearance. To help aid the healing process, you may apply a thin layer of antibiotic ointment or aquaphor at night before bed. DURING THE DAY OF THE SERVICE During your time with Betty, we will start off with a consultation and really listen to what your brow goals are. We will achieve the look that YOU want. After our consultation, we will begin to measure and draw out a shape, lots of time is spent during this part of the procedure to ensure satisfaction. We will determine what your skin undertone may be and then we will then play with some colors and YOU will choose the one you love the most. Once I get your approval, we will start the numbing process with a Topical cream to make the procedure as painless as possible. Once you are numbed, we will being the actual process and start Microblading and adding the colored pigments you have chosen. After a couple passes, we will then do a final inspection to ensure precision. Viola! You are now finished! Proper aftercare is as important as the process itself! 8-10 days after the procedure, scabbing and shedding occurs. There may have the urge to scratch the area, refrain from doing this because there is a chance the pigments can fall out. You may smooth the area with a cold, not frozen, cold compress or face clothes (lightly damp, not wet). The best healing component is simply, oxygen. If it's tolerable, it's best to simply let your skin breathe. 10-14 days after the procedure, the initial "intense" color will have almost faded and the desired color shade will start appearing At this point, you can decide whether or not you'll need a touch up. Touch ups should be done 4-6 weeks after the initial appointment.