Permanent makeup, also known as cosmetic tattooing or micropigmentation, has seen several advances in recent years. Here are some advances in permanent makeup up to that point:
Improved pigments: Advances in pigment technology have led to more stable and longer-lasting colors for permanent makeup. High-quality pigments are now available in a wide range of shades to match various skin tones.
Digital tattoo machines: Traditional permanent makeup procedures were often performed using manual tools, such as handheld tattoo pens. However, digital tattoo machines equipped with fine needles have gained popularity. These machines allow for greater precision, control, and consistency in the application of permanent makeup.
Microblading techniques: Microblading is a form of permanent makeup for eyebrows that has gained significant attention in recent years. It involves using a hand tool with a set of tiny needles to create fine, hair-like strokes in the brow area. This technique can produce natural-looking results and is considered less invasive compared to traditional tattooing.
Paramedical applications: Permanent makeup has expanded beyond cosmetic enhancements to include various paramedical applications. These include areola reconstruction for breast cancer survivors, scar camouflage, vitiligo camouflage, and the correction of cleft lips or brows.
Improved training and regulations: With the growing popularity of permanent makeup, there has been an increased emphasis on training and regulations to ensure the safety and competence of practitioners. Many countries and regions have implemented guidelines, certifications, and licensing requirements to regulate the industry better and protect consumers.
Removal techniques: While permanent makeup is intended to be long-lasting, there are instances where individuals may want to remove or modify their existing tattoos. Advances in laser technology have made tattoo removal more effective, although it can still be a complex and time-consuming process, depending on the color and depth of the pigments used.
You no longer have to spend 15-30 minutes penciling in your brows, have areolas that are just a small circle and a big circle. There are improved technologies to give you brows that look like hair, lips that are neutralized and blushed and breast reconstruction that mimic true areolas with Montgomery glands. Permanent make up has revolutionized the industry and we have only begun! Let us grant your permanent make up wishes here at Brow-ish Brow Art Clinic! Click the Services page and book your appointment today!