You may have heard the term ‘micropigmentation’ but have been unsure as to what this actually is. Micropigmentation is the name for a cosmetic procedure that creates long-lasting eyebrow, eyeliner and lipliner definition. You can even opt for full lip tattooing in virtually any shade of your choosing.
Micropigmentation involves applying pigment to the upper layer of your skin. The colour wont wash away and will need to be touched up periodically to keep it looking its best.
Micropigmentation can also be used medically to recreate areas affected by skin or health problems. For example:
- Camouflaging areas of skin affected by vitiligo
- Hiding scars
- Areola restoration
- Providing the illusion of hair for people with bald patches
The Benefits of Cosmetic Tattooing
Cosmetic tattooing is for you if:
- You struggle with applying makeup
- Your eyes or lips lack definition
- You want long-term results
- You wish to regain your confidence
- You’re tired of spending ages applying your makeup in the morning
- You don’t want to spend lots of money on makeup products
Cosmetic Tattooing for Lips
Reapplying lipstick and liner throughout the day can be tiresome. Permanent makeup can give the illusion of luscious, well-defined lips or you can opt for a delicate, natural look. Lip tattooing corrects uneven, crooked lips. It can even minimise the appearance of fine lines!
Cosmetic Tattooing for Eyebrows
If your eyebrows take a lot of time to get right, are sparse or unevenly shaped, 3D tattooing, eyebrow feathering or microblading are options. Beautifully-arched brows frame your face and define your eye area.
Cosmetic Tattooing for Eyes
You can achieve a look that’s as natural or as dramatic as you would like with eyeliner tattooing. Also, it’ll never run down your face or smudge. Perfect!
You don’t need to take any time off work after your cosmetic procedure. You simply need to follow the advice of your micropigmentation specialist. This typically involves applying special barrier cream, avoiding getting the tattooed area wet for too long and keeping the area away from both chlorine and sunlight.
For more helpful information, contact Debra Miller today. With 25 years experience, she can answer any questions you have before she carries out your treatment.