Permanent makeup &
List of Services:
Stretch Mark Camouflage
3D Areola & Nipple Restoration
What is the difference between permanent makeup & tattooing?
Those of us who aren’t particularly interested in the latest beauty trends may identify permanent makeup with tattooing and discard it as too radical or too edgy. However, although the technique is similar in the sense that both results are achieved by inserting tint into the skin, there are numerous differences between the two.
Getting permanent makeup doesn’t exactly mean getting inked. When tattooing, what is injected into the skin is ink, while permanent makeup uses pigments. Pigments used are iron oxides, usually with some water and glycerin added. Tattoo ink is made up of pigments combined with a carrier and a number of chemicals such as lead, chromium, nickel, titanium dioxide… The list goes on. Tattoo ink comes in all colors, while permanent makeup uses black pigments, different shades of brown, and shades of pink for lip blushing.
Due to the complexity and the number of ingredients tattoo ink consist of, it is far more likely (but still rare) to have an allergic reaction to tattoo ink than it is to pigments. In both cases, it is advisable to choose an experienced artist and a licensed salon or tattoo parlor with high quality sanitization & disinfecting protocols.
Their are some contraindications so please book your
Permanent Makeup Consultation at:
407-476-1818 to see if this the right fit for you.
As the benefits of Aesthetics, Permanent Makeup, and Cosmetic Acupuncture, in Florida are becoming increasingly well known, so too are people learning just how low-risk may of the services & treatments can be. When it comes to looking your best, most of us want great results- without great risks!
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(Below is an image of the healing process) (Before & After Images)