Permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation, is a revolutionary method of inserting small amounts of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin in order to enhance a
This state-of-the art procedure has been used by models, actors, and entertainers as a means of enhancing
their appearance. Cher, Elizabeth Taylor, Farrah Fawcett, and Princess Diana are just a few of the celebrities that have chosen
to have permanent cosmetics. Beyond the mere aesthetic value, with the savings in time, money, and daily frustration, it is
easy to see why permanent cosmetics have been called the "makeup of the future."
Permanent makeup typically consists of application of eyeliner, eyebrow simulation, and lip color. Additionally, there are permanent cosmetic makeup procedures for beauty marks, scar camouflage, cheek blush, eye shadow, and areola reconstruction.
Who benefits from permanent makeup?
Who want to look their best all the time, even when they wake up.
And other busy professionals
who DON'T HAVE TIME for conventional makeup.
People who want to look their best throughout activities
such as swimming, hiking, biking, tennis, aerobics, and don't want to worry about "sweating off" or reapplying cosmetics.
and SENSITIVE SKIN
Some people often can't wear other cosmetics so permanent makeup is the ideal alternative.
People who have difficulty applying their cosmetics.
arthritics, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke survivors, and those with unsteady hands who cannot apply their
ENTERTAINERS, ACTRESSES, and MODELS
Who have to look good ALL the time and have no time for conventional
Those seeking reconstruction of areolas after surgery; camouflage of scars from burns,
surgery, accidents or injuries; redefinition of facial features.
Areata or universalis sufferers who have
lost some or all of their facial hair, including eyebrows and/or eyelashes.
Recipients with full or
partial hair loss.
Sufferers who may have areas of skin which have lost their pigment.