Why Permanent Makeup

Before-After Permanent Makeup, a procedure also known as permanent cosmetics, micro pigmentation or intradermal tattoo makeup, has been popular in Europe and on the East and West Coasts in the US a long time. It is rapidly gaining popularity in the Watertown area now. Applied by a gifted practitioner, permanent makeup can give you the polished glamour of professionally applied makeup that will never flake, smudge or run, and stays with you day and night for years. Similar to a tattoo, permanent makeup is a non-surgical technique in which a tiny quantity of pigment is placed under the top layer of the skin. However, unlike a tattoo, the objective is a very subtle enhancement of facial features that looks as natural as possible. If done properly, the end result of permanent makeup should be similar to the professionally applied makeup, except it will stay on permanently, day and night. Permanent makeup procedures are done under topical anesthesia with quick recovery times (you can go to work the next day!) and the results are visible instantly. Once the skin heals over the inserted pigment, it seals the makeup inside. Protected by the skin, the makeup is care free, waterproof, will not smudge or run and can last for years.

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Reasons for Permanent Makeup/Micropigmentation

                          • Men and women who wish to look their best all of the time!
                          • Convenience—you just need more time!
                          • Sensitive skin or allergies.
                          • A natural ‘no makeup’ look.
                          • Difficulty applying makeup or you don’t like the way it smears and disappears.
                          • Those with thinning eyebrows or lips.
                          • Active, outdoor lifestyles.
                          • Oily skin that tends to shed makeup easily.
                          • Color correction: scar camouflage, breast/areola restoration, cleft lip and vitiligo.
                          • Hair loss from alopecia, chemotherapy, accidents, burns or cosmetic surgery.
                          • A desire to camouflage stretch marks.
                          • Men and women desiring to correct asymmetrical facial features.