How Safe is Permanent Makeup?

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Sep, 2018


Permanent makeup has been around for a while. Permanent makeup in Madison is essentially makeup that has been tattooed directly onto a person’s face.

Permanent makeup is typically applied in the same manner as a tattoo. It is designed to imitate the appearance of eyeliner and eyebrows for the eyes. Lipstick and lip liner can also be tattooed on the lips. The tattoo is applied to the skin using a process called micropigmentation. A tattoo pen is used to apply the permanent ink to the areas you want the permanent makeup. Each of the procedures such as eyeliner, lip liner, and lipstick takes approximately a half hour to an hour and a half to complete.

Applying permanent makeup can be painful. A local anesthetic is used to treat the areas before the tattoo is applied.

Eyeliner tattoo is the most popular type of permanent makeup. This is followed by eyebrows and lip color.

Adding permanent makeup to your skin is an easy and convenient way to not have to apply makeup every morning. However, it is considered a surgical procedure.

Cosmetic tattoos are considered to be extremely safe and very few people have allergic reactions to the procedure. However, you should follow all precautions right after getting cosmetic tattoos to prevent infections.

One drawback of permanent makeup is that down the road if you need to have an MRI done, the MRI can cause the pigments in the permanent makeup to heat up and burn or swell. The pigment can interfere with the quality of the MRI.

Another drawback of permanent makeup is that it is an invasive procedure and there is always a chance of side effects and complications. Always find a facility which employees experienced technicians to apply the cosmetic tattoo. Be informed and do your research before getting your cosmetic tattoo.

Total Body Unlimited provides salon services such as permanent makeup and other cosmetic tattoos.

Total Body Unlimited provides laser hair remove, laser tattoo remove, spa treatments, Botox, Juvederm and more.

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