Permanent makeup

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Permanent make-up or more accurately “Micro Pigment application” is the process of vaccination natural and mineral colors just below the skin surface with a micro, sterile and disposable needle. 

It is non-allergenic, specially designed for use on the face and body, and does not contain additives or fragrances. Permanent make-up should not be confused with tattooing, but it also stays on the skin for many years, preserving its natural appearance. Thanks to this process, which can be considered as a cosmetic-tattoo, effects on the eyebrows, eye lines or lips that are compatible with your natural skin color can be created, also some minor defects can be covered. Deformities can be corrected. Thus, a smoother, well-cared for and youthful appearance can be gained. Micro Pigmentation, popularly known as permanent make-up, is actually semi-permanent. As for the reason, the pigments and coloring matters used in micropigmentation are destroyed over time by FAGOCYTOSIS, which is the physiological function of the cells. The cell absorbs the pigment, breaks it down and destroys it. We can say that micro-Pigmentation disappears in 2-3 years, but this is dependent on the skin type. In some skin types, the pigments do not disappear completely, and some shades may remain. It should be emphasized here that the coloring matters used do not have any harmful effects on the organism.

How Long Does Permanent Makeup Use?

The life of permanent make-up is generally between 2-5 years. However, this period varies according to the person's skin structure, age and environmental factors. The colored pigments under the skin decrease, fade and eventually run out as the skin resurfaces. For this reason, permanent make-up needs to be touched up at regular intervals. Light-colored skin resurfaces faster than dark skin. As a result, the permanence time in permanent make-up is shortened. In addition, as age progresses, the renewal of permanent make-up is prolonged.

On Which Areas Is Permanent Makeup Applied?

Lip Contour: It is a procedure for shaping asymmetrical defects around the lips, making thin lips look fuller and coloring them. After the lip contour, the person should not move their lips too much, do not smoke and should drink water with a straw for 1-2 hours. Eyebrow Contour: It is a saving method for people with damaged eyebrows, sparse or lost eyebrows. The process is performed after a design suitable for the facial features of the person is made. In addition to the perfect eyebrows after the procedure, it is also remarkable that the glance becomes more impressive. Eyeliner: With the eyeliner process, it is possible to make the eyes look bigger than they are. In addition, hooded or slanting eye complaints can be resolved with the Eyeliner procedure. Since anesthetic creams are used just before medical make-up applications, no pain is felt during the procedure. Dipliner: It is the eyeliner process that is applied only to the bottom of the eyelashes. In the dipliner process, it is possible to make the eyes look bigger by making them more impressive. 

To Whom Permanent Makeup Is Not Applied?

Permanent make-up has certain disadvantages. In particular, the people who should not practice are as follows;

  • pregnant or lactating women,
  • people who have inflammation, allergies,
  • hordeolum problems around the eyes. People with skin disorders such as fungus, warts, etc. should not have permanent make-up.

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