Eyebrows, Eyeliner and Lips.
Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup, such as eyeliner and other permanent enhancing colors to the skin of the face, lips, and eyes.
It is important to note that pre-existing skin conditions and skin treatments can affect the outcome of your micropigmentation procedure.
Are you a good candidate?
Probably not if you are prone to:
Skin complications such as eczema, psoriasis, keratosis pilaris, dermatitis.
Chronic conditions such as chronic acne, rosacea.
Have a autoimmune disorder such as lupus, scleroderma.
Have hemophilia, heart condition, under chemotherapy or radiation treatments.
If you’re pregnant or nursing.
If you have a history of keloid scarring.
If you use regularly Accutane, Retinol or skin peeling acids.
If you’re undergoing chemotherapy and other hormone replacement therapy, these treatments weaken your immune systems. It is better to wait 6 months post treatment to start pmu.
Other problems such as thin, brittle bones (osteoporosis) or a high risk of developing blood clots. Once your blood cells count is back to normal then we can proceed after clearance letter from your oncologist.
Hair stroke and shaded in technique that gives a brow a hair-like appearance
A calligraphy of eyebrows realized with a metallic pen and nano needles.
Defines the lash line and enhances your eye shape.
Defines the existing lip line but may also augment the size and fullness of the natural lip.