Areas of the face may be red or slightly swollen after the procedure for about twenty four hours. Initially, the pigment can appear very dark and reddish. The pigment color will adjust over a few days and begin to look more natural. Slight bruising may occur, but should be minimal. After lip and areola procedures the pigment color will appear very dark , taking a couple of weeks to adjust to original chosen pigment color. The skin will be dry or chapped and maybe peel before healing completely. You will want to avoid abrasive soaps, creams, peeling of dry skin and for a determined time no direct sun or tanning booths to treated areas. Avoid chlorinated pools and hot tubs. In the rare event of infection please consult your health care professional.
Permanent makeup for the Eyebrows, Eyeliner, Areola and Lips, also known as Micropigmentation, Dermagraphics, Cosmetic Tattooing, Permanent Cosmetics and Trans-dermal Pigment Implantation. These are all tattooing on the skin and are considered permanent but they can gradually fade over the years. these pigments are hypo-allergenic, natural iron-oxide, colored pigments which are implanted into the very first layers of the skin. The big difference with a traditional body tattoo is that they use an Ink product and can implant much deeper then we would on the face or breast area. Our pigments can be mixed to match an exact color expectation ie: eyebrow pencil, favorite lip color, etc.