Permanent Makeup Lab

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What is Permanent Makeup?

Permanent makeup, also known as Intradermal Pigmentation, is a revolutionary method of applying natural pigments into the dermal layer of skin. This state-of-the-art technique is medically proven and specifically designed to be completely safe. Permanent makeup is used for a variety of cosmetic enhancements such as permanent eyebrows, eye liner, and lip liner/color. Other permanent makeup procedures include vitiligo, scar camouflage, areola restoration, hairline enhancement, and more. Permanent makeup has also been used to cover-up stretchmarks, birthmarks, freckles/age spots, and uneven skin discolorations.

 

Eyebrows

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Eyebrows may be one of the most overlooked yet most important beauty features of the face. The eyebrows add expression and definition to our face and eyes; they can frame and lift our face and eyes and bring a smile to our face. However, eyebrows can also be shaggy, with loose hairs hanging, pulling our face down and making us look sad or grumpy.The natural and inevitable ageing process or past fashion trends to shave or over pluck have left a lot of women unhappy with their eyebrows.

The application of permanent eyebrows allows you to regain your looks and eliminates the inconvenience of applying and reapplying makeup throughout the day. Forget about what your eyebrows look like and enjoy the confidence and freedom of knowing you always look and feel great.

Hair Simulation Technique
Through a process called hair simulation, the detail of each individual simulated hair gives way to a more natural looking eyebrow while matching or blending with any existing hair This procedure also eliminates gaps, which may have been be caused by scars. Having permanent eyebrows will not only save time spent attempting to draw or fill in both brows, but will frame your eyes and give expression to your face.

 

Eyes

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Many people will report that, when they meet someone for the first time, they notice the eyes right away. The eyes often age first and can age very quickly, giving way to the appearance of sadness, droopiness, puffiness and hollowness. Although permanent makeup cannot repair aging eyes by taking away excess skin or wrinkles, it can improve the appearance of the eye. Several different types of approaches can be used for lining the eye: a straight and solid line on the upper and/or lower lid and lash line enhancement.

Eyelid Linear
The traditional upper and lower tattoo of the eyelid involves placing pigment on the eyelid in a straight line. Some clients prefer the eyeliner to be wedged-wider at the outer one third to one half of the eye-and others like it domed, with the widest part over the iris.

Eyelash Enhancement
Lash line enhancement is unlike eyelid liner. Lash enhancement is meant to create the appearance of thicker eyelashes. This technique is used for individuals who do not have full lashes or for whatever reason have losr some of their lashes. Small dots of dye are placed between the eyelashes to promote a thick, full lash.

 

Lips

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Although some people were born with perfectly symmetrical, plump lips, most of us are not so lucky. We feel a certain lacking in our appearance when we think that our lips are flat and thin. As we grow older, our lips seem to shrink. It is a part of aging process. Permanent makeup can be a great solution to fix the problem.

Beautiful, sensual lips are created by adding natural color where needed, achieving instant fullness and definition. Subtle corrections can be made to thin, uneven or unsymmetrical lips and the size and shape can be altered as desired. Facial lines around the mouth are instantly camouflaged and lipstick bleed is eliminated.

Lip enhancements are a great way of subtly replacing lost pigment especially to the outer border of the lips where it most commonly fades as we age. The technique of blending the pigment with the natural color of the lip ensures no harsh out lines.

 

Paramedical Services

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Micropigmentation and Paramedical Cosmetic Tattooing Procedures:  Paramedical uses of permanent makeup provide liberation from the embarrassment of unsightly scars and natural skin imperfections. Also called micropigmentation, paramedical permanent makeup is the implantation of pigment within the skin in a safe and sterile environment by our highly skilled Board Certified and nationally recognized experts. Permanent makeup provides a finishing touch to surgical procedures, camouflaging scars and burns, and breast reconstruction. Micropigmentation’s ability to break up scar tissue and color it to better match your natural skin tone improves your appearance and gives you renewed confidence in your appearance.