Q: What is Permanent
Q: Who is the candidate
for Permanent Make-up?
Make-up is a form of cosmetic tattoo. Extremely tiny amounts of
natural pigments are inserted into dermal layer of the skin. The
result is “ Permanent Makeup”----a desired cosmetic
effect that last for years.
(yes!) and women who want to look their best all the time. Permanent
Makeup is perfect for busy people who don't want to spend too much
time each day applying makeup; for people who have light, sparse
or half eyebrows; for people who have sensitive eyes or sparse
lashes; for people who are physically active or who have oily skin
that sheds makeup easily; and for persons with poorly defined or
descending lips. Alopecia sufferers can benefit from the application
of Permanent Makeup.
Q: May I choose
the color and shape?
In fact, nothing is done without your approval. First, we work
with you to design the most attractive style and shape based on
your facial features and personal preference. Then, individualized
color is mixed according to your skin tone. We have a large variety
of colors from which all different shades of colors can be mixed.
Q: What if I want
to change the color after the procedure?
problem. Permanent makeup works to enhance your natural beauty
so that you look good all the time. It is applied in the skin and
you can always apply conventional makeup on the skin to create
the desired look.
Q: Do the pigment
pose allergy problems?
use the best pigment which is hypoallergenic. In my 11 years of
practice, I only met 2 cases. There have been very few reactions
to the pigments in Permanent Makeup history. Some doctors recommend
that people with allergies have permanent cosmetic procedures because
they can avoid cosmetic products that they are sensitive to. If
your medical history shows you are highly allergic to many substances,
a patch test is suggested.
Q: Is It Painful?
anesthetic ointment is very effective for our procedures. Everyone
experiences pain differently. Most people experience some discomfort,
from very mild to moderate, comparable to tweezing. This varies
according to each individual’s pain threshold.
Q: How Long does
the procedure take?
varies with each individual. It takes our experienced technician
an average of one hour for each procedure.
the recovery time?
can go back to work right after the procedure. But you will have
some swelling on the lip and eyeliner. The color looks 20-30% stronger
than the finial result. It takes about 4 to 6 days for the skin
to completely heal.
Q: Is it safe?
proper sterilization and sanitary guidelines are met, permanent
cosmetics should be completely safe. These guidelines include the
- All needles should be new and sterile for each client. In
our clinic, we use only disposable needles and machine parts.
- Gloves should be new for each client and changed during the
procedure when needed.
- Technician should be clean and neat and knowledgeable of environmental
safety requirements. Our clinic strictly follows the OSHA guidelines
for disease control.
- Clean sheets should be used for each client.
- Treatment area should be in an area free from other contaminants.