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 What You Need To Know About Permanent Makeup
Permanent makeup usually covers eyeliners, lip liners and eyebrow pencils and it is designed to mimic freshly applied makeup on the lips and eyes. This is achieved using a tattoo pen that is used to inject permanent ink into the skin in a procedure that can take anywhere between 30 minutes and 2 hours. A local anesthetic is used to numb the areas and you might experience some swelling for a few days before they heal. Permanent makeup is very popular among models, actresses and entertainers, but any other person can have it done. Who needs the makeup?
Men and women can both use permanent makeup and apart from saving you from the daily makeup sessions that can take up your time, it can be used for cosmetic enhancements. Apart from the popular permanent eyebrows, lip liner and eyeliner, the makeup can be used in procedures to camouflage scars, vitiligo, hairline enhancement, areola restoration and others. Those with pronounced freckles, age spots, and uneven discolorations of the skin, birthmarks and stretch marks can also use it to cover up. Burn survivors, chemotherapy patients, people with sensitive skin and even those with physical conditions that make it hard for them to apply the makeup can also consider permanent makeup.
Common Procedures
Lips - The lip liner pigmentation procedure enhances lip color and you can choose the color that you desire most. It changes the size and shapes of the lips too, depending on what suits your face most. It eliminates lipstick bleeding into other areas around the lips, which is common and you can choose a natural look or go for colors with dramatic effects depending on what you want.
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