Micropigmentation (Permanent Makeup)
Permanent eyebrows that are too light, sparse, or nonexistent, can be beautifully enhanced and improved to frame your eyes and give your face expression.
Permanent Eyeliner enhances and defines the beauty of the eyes. It makes lashes appear thicker when not wearing mascara.
Permanent Lip color is perfect for asymmetrical shaped lips, thick lips, thin lips, or lips with uneven vermillion borders. It will also eliminate the problem of lipstick "bleeding" into the fine lines around the mouth.
Permanent make up is meant to enhance your natural features and not necessarily look like topical make-up. Imagine applying your make-up as a choice instead of a necessity. No matter what age you are, your face identifies your uniqueness, so your permanent make-up is designed only to be an enhancement of these unique features. Colors should be chosen to harmonize with skin tones instead of hair color or popular fads and trends.
Camouflage is another helpful application of micropigmentation. Color is added to the skin to soften and blend the color of a scar to match the surrounding tissue. This technique is also useful to correct loss of skin pigmentation, to minimize facelift scars, and to recreate nipple and areola areas after breast reconstruction surgery. In these instances, the pigments are custom blended to harmonize with the surrounding skin.