Permanent Cosmetics can be defined as the following:
Permanent Cosmetics are also known as Micro pigmentation, permanent make up and intradermal pigmentation. Permanent makeup is a satisfying, innovative to permanently enhance the eyes, eyebrows and the lips. Permanent cosmetics are a revolutionary method to the application on hypo-allergic pigment also known as permanent makeup ink or permanent makeup pigment. Permanent makeup in the insertion of Permanent colour pigment in to the dermal layer of the skin using a fine configuration of needles merged into colour pigment.
Permanent makeup is one of the fastest growing industries and a ‘state-of-the-art’ dexterity which are authorized by medically aestheticians to be completely safe when health; hygiene and safety practices are being cared out.
Permanent makeup is conducted for a variety of cosmetic reasons and enhancing reasons such as permanent eyeliner, permanent lash line enhancement, permanent eyebrows/ semi-permanent eyebrows, Microblading and lip enhancement, permanent lips/ permanent lipstick or permanent lip liner.
Other permanent makeup procedures include the disguising of hypo (known as vitiligp) or hyper pigmented scars or tissue degeneration, camouflaging vitiligo, areola (nipple) restoration after breast operation/augmentation, hairline enhancement and more. Permanent makeup could also be used as an alternative permanent solution or treatment for disguising and covering up imperfection dissatisfying and unacceptable to our overall appearance (freckles/age spots, birthmarks and uneven skin tone)
Permanent makeup is the perfect answer to many that are psychologically troubled regarding their physical appearance.
The absolute benefits of having permanent make-up done by a professional permanent makeup artist are being uncovered by women every day. For most of women the daily application of make-up is a routine that’s way too time consuming, effortful, challenging and annoying, and women of today’s age and generation want a permanent solution. This permanent solution is Permanent Eyebrows, Microblading , permanent lipstick, permanent eyeliner, semi-permanent to permanent shaded eyebrows. More and more women are turning towards the permanent makeup as a permanent solution, whether the person are busy professional business women, women with an active sporty lifestyle, poor vision, Multiple sclerosis, Alopecia or unexplained hair loss and the loss or paralysis of the limbs.
Permanent makeup is a total cosmetic technique or permanent procedure which employs tattoos (permanent pigmentation of the dermis) as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup, such as eye lining (permanent eyeliner) and other permanent enhancing pigments to the skin of the face, eyebrows, eyebrow hairs, lips (lipstick look), freckles or beauty spots and eyelids (eyeliner/ lasline). It is also used to produce artificial eyebrows or eyebrow hair (microblading- semi permanent eyebrows), particularly in people who have lost them as a consequence of old age, disease, such as total hair loss, chemotherapy, or a genetic disturbance, and to disguise scars and white spots in the skin such as in vitiligo. It is also used to restore or enhance the breast’s areola/ nipple reconstruction, such as after breast surgery.
Most commonly called permanent cosmetics, also well known as dermapigmentation, permanent makeup, micropigmentation, and cosmetic tattooing, the latter being most appropriate since permanent makeup is applied under sterile conditions similar to that of a tattoo. In the United States the inks used in permanent makeup are subject to approval as cosmetics by the Food and Drug Administration. Permanent Makeup and their pigments are used worldwide developed and manufactured by licensed manufacturer with medical dermatologically approvals. The pigments used in the inks are colour additives, which are subject to pre-market approval (dermatologically tested) under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. However, because of other competing public health priorities in the United States and a previous lack of evidence of safety problems specifically associated with these pigments, FDA traditionally has not exercised regulatory authority for colour additives on the permanent makeup pigments used in permanent makeup procedures