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Permanent Cosmetic Tattoos

Permanent Cosmetic Tattoos

Permanent Cosmetic Tattoos Tired of retouching your makeup every now and then? Permanent Cosmetic Tattoos are the answer. Worried about the damage a trip to the gym will do your makeup? Not surprisingly, you are not alone. However, countless women are now finding the perfect solution to that dilemma. Permanent cosmetic tattoos! These tattoos are being used by women who want to save time on makeup, those little or no skills in makeup application, those with allergies to makeup, those with skin conditions that need concealing like stretch marks, surgical scars, vitiligo, cleft lip or alopecia. Whatever your reason, even if it's the humidity that is constantly melting your makeup, the urge to look flawless at all times will be a driving factor in whether you opt for permanent cosmetic enhancement or not.

Cosmetic enhancements like full lips and full brows are trending currently. Most people are going the permanent route and using a tattoo as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup such as eye lining, lip or eyebrow coloring, and blush. This process, referred to as micro pigmentation, involves implanting dyes or pigments in the first dermis layer of the skin depending on the feature one wants to enhance. The procedure is usually done under local anesthesia and can be conducted by a dermatologist, a cosmetologist, an esthetician, a nurse or a tattooist. The effect is meant to be a subtle and natural looking but permanent enhancement. If you are going down that route, you need to ensure that the person conducting the procedure is duly trained and licensed. Furthermore, for a safe procedure, you need to be particular about the kind of dye that is being injected into your skin. Though organic and plant products are all the rage now, you should consult with your specialist before using them lest they cause allergic reactions to your skin. The safest component to use to get a Permanent Cosmetic Tattoos is iron oxide because it does not react metabolically and does not cause color migration as opposed to some dyes like black Indian ink.

The average cost for each procedure is usually between $400- $800 but the training, experience, and skill of the person conducting the procedure is much more important than the cost. Usually, the actual procedure will take roughly 2 hours but remember, that there are pre and post procedure meetings, evaluations and follow up or refresher procedures that need to be taken into consideration. The procedure itself is painless but many people experience some discomfort the extent of which largely depends on the methods used and the skill of the cosmetic professional.

How permanently is permanent, you may ask. Well, permanently it is like forever! However, some fading occurs over time but the rate is largely dependant on the individual, their lifestyle, and on the type of pigment used for the Permanent Cosmetic Tattoos. Periodic maintenance, however, will keep you looking in top form. If for any reason, you want to remove the Permanent Cosmetic Tattoos, then laser surgical removal, as is the case with most tattoos, is the way to go.