Permanent Makeup

Who Can Benefit?

Women of all ages and ethnic backrounds.

Is permanent makeup right for me and who can benefit from having it?

Everyone, Multi nationality from the young to the elderly, who desires a soft, natural enhancement to there appearance.

Vision Impaired? People who have difficulty seeing to apply their cosmetics or who are blind.

Motor Impaired or Injury? Including multiple sclerosis, arthritis, Parkinson's disease, stroke, accident or injury, burn survivors or those who simply have unsteady hands and have trouble applying their own makeup.

Entertainers, Actresses, and Models? Who have to look good ALL the time.

Post Surgical? Those seeking reconstruction of the areola after surgery; camouflage of scars from surgery.

Alopecia? sufferers who have lost some or all of their facial hair, including eyebrows and/or eyelashes.

Chemotherapy? Recipients with full or partial hair loss.

Women? Who want to look their best all the time, want to wake up with makeup.

Mothers? And other busy professionals who don't HAVE TIME for conventional makeup.

Physically Active? People who want to look their best throughout activities such as swimming, hiking, biking, tennis, aerobics, and don't want to worry about "sweating off" or reapplying cosmetics.

Allergies and Sensitive Skin? Some people can't wear other traditional cosmetic makeup so permanent makeup is the ideal alternative.

Immediate Results

Permanent makeup results in enhanced features of the face-definition is rendered to eyebrows, eyes and lips by the use of colours. Results can imitate topically applied cosmetics or can be quite unnoticeable and natural looking, depending upon the design, colour choices and amount of pigment used.

At first, permanent makeup results may look 30% darker than they do after 3 to 7 days, when healing is complete. This is due to colour remaining in the outermost epidermal layers of skin right after treatment. Colours will soften within a few days during the healing process as the upper layers of epidermis slough and are replaced by new epidermal cells.

Long term results

The best possible colour results can last for many years or may begin to fade over time. While permanent makeup pigment remains in the dermis, its permanence may be influenced by several possible factors. These can be environmental, procedural and/or individual factors. For example, sun exposure fades color. The amount and colour of pigment deposit at the dermal level can affect the length of time that permanent makeup looks its best. Very natural looking applications are likely to require a touch-ups before more dramatic ones for this reason. Individual influences include lifestyles that find an individual in the sun regularly such as with gardening or swimming. Skin tones are also a factor in colour changes over time.