Permanent Makeup



What Is Permanent Makeup

Permanent makeup is an advanced tattooing technique that can help you get beautifully shaped eyebrows, naturally tinted lips, and so on in a hassle-free manner. Also known as cosmetic tattoos, these stay on for years without fading, so you can skip applying makeup and still look your best. 


The aim here is to use high-quality cosmetic pigments to enhance your facial features - similar to what you do with makeup products. This is an especially beneficial technique for people who aren't good with makeup - you can sport your favorite makeup look effortlessly for a long time just by going through a one-time procedure. 

The Process

The process of permanent makeup is similar to tattooing, although here the work is far more delicate. It is done by well-trained professional artists who use tiny needles to place granules of pigmented ink below the skin surface. Unlike regular tattoos, permanent makeup like powder brows or lip blush tattoos don't penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin - these are restricted to the superficial layers, thereby giving a more natural look. The healing time is shorter for this method too - so you won't need to wait for long before showing off your enhanced appearance to the world.

Is It Really Permanent?

Well, not exactly. It would be more fitting to call it a semi-permanent procedure, as the ink tends to slowly fade with time.

That said, you can expect it to last for several years before you notice any visible changes. 

Is Permanent Makeup Safe?

Yes, permanent makeup is absolutely safe, as long as you are getting it done by a licensed professional. This will ensure that the procedure is done with properly sterilized tools and high-quality pigments that lower the chances of getting an infection. However, similar to all types of tattoos, permanent makeup may also cause some minor side effects like redness, swelling, and inflammation - especially if you have sensitive skin. Therefore, it's a good idea to have a proper discussion with the professional before opting for the procedure.

Popular Permanent Makeup Options

Lip Blushing

Are you tired of looking for the perfect lip shade that subtly highlights your natural lip color?

Well, the lip blush tattoo is something that you are sure to love. This is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that consists of defining your lips and filling them with a beautiful sheer lip shade. 


It gives your lips a more natural look compared to regular makeup, while also making them appear fuller. And the best part, you can apply darker lipstick over the permanent lip blush if an occasion demands it, or simply to sport a different look.


Powder Brows

Powder brows is a technique quite similar to microblading that is used to shape your brows and give them a fuller appearance. This permanent brow makeup technique gives a softer effect than microblading due to the use of ultra-fine needles that directly deposit pigment on the skin. You get a soft, shaded look that resembles the application of powder makeup, hence the name. One advantage of this procedure is that its suitable for everyone irrespective of skin type.


Permanent Eyeliner

Everyone is aware of the difficulties of getting your eyeliner on point every day, especially when you are running late. But this problem can be easily solved by opting for the permanent eyeliner tattoo. In this process, the artist places pigment on the lash line in the manner you apply your eyeliner. Once done, you can enjoy the effect of a smudge-free eyeliner for more than a year without any worries!


Benefits Of Getting Permanent Makeup

It Saves Time

The most important advantage of opting for permanent makeup is that you get to save a lot of time that you would have otherwise spent on getting your makeup right. When you already have perfect eyebrows and beautiful natural-looking lip color, you don't even need to apply any extra makeup unless there's a special occasion. No more waking up early just to ensure you have enough time to apply your makeup perfectly!

It Reduces Your Makeup Expenses

The semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo is sure to last for years. So imagine the amount of money you save on makeup products like eyeliners, eyebrow pencils, and regular lip colors! If you can save up on years of expensive makeup products just by opting for a one-time procedure, it's well worth it, right?

Its More Convenient

Permanent makeup makes it possible for everyone to sport a flawless look. It is especially beneficial for women who aren't good at makeup, have weak vision, or are suffering from health conditions that result in an unsteady hand. This is a procedure that can benefit all.

It Helps Boost Your Confidence Levels

It's a known fact that your confidence levels get a boost when you are happy with your appearance. And permanent makeup enables you to achieve that with no extra effort on your part. And the best part - you don't even have to worry about messing up your makeup while wiping your face, or going for a swim. Being natural-looking and smudge-free, the semipermanent tattoos make you look perfect at all times.

Things To Keep In Mind

Permanent makeup is a form of cosmetic tattoo. And as with any other type of tattoo, it's not totally free from side effects. Of course, an experienced professional can help you avoid the chances of infections caused due to poor technique and use a numbing agent to lessen any discomfort. But, you need to be prepared for common reactions like swelling, flaking, blistering, tenderness, crusting, and occasional bruising.


While permanent makeup is relatively safe, you do need some preparation before going for the procedure. The permanent makeup artist will provide you with detailed pre-treatment instructions that you need to follow without fail to ensure the success of the procedure. 


The most common pre-treatment advice provided by professionals includes the following:

  • Avoid going out in the sun without wearing sunscreen for at least 2 weeks before the procedure - the procedure can't be done on sunburned or suntanned skin
  • Suggest getting neurotoxin treatments like Botox, 2 weeks prior to tattooing.
  • Do not wax, shave, or exfoliate the area prior to the procedure
  • Avoid drinking alcohol or coffee at least a day before the treatment
  • Keep yourself properly hydrated
  • Do not go for chemical peeling or laser treatments for several weeks prior to the procedure
  • Avoid taking medications like aspirin or ibuprofen for at least a couple of days before the procedure - in case you do, make sure to inform the professional




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