Semi-Permanent Makeup

Semi-Permanent makeup is a form of cosmetic tattooing that is used to enhance the eyes, eyebrows, and lips. It is a convenient way for those who are tired of reapplying and removing makeup on a daily basis to wake up with their makeup already perfectly applied. Medical grade pigments are implanted into the dermal layer of skin to create a natural effect that mimics makeup. The pigments in semi-permanent makeup fade in 2-3 years depending on sun exposure and skin balance. Hence, the term semi-permanent makeup is used rather than permanent makeup.

The Differences between Semi-Permanent Makeup and Permanent Makeup

The same technique is used for the application of both Permanent Makeup and Semi-Permanent Makeup. But, the natural pigments that are used in Semi-Permanent Makeup may fade with time, thus making it possible for one to apply permanent makeup after the Semi-Permanent Makeup has faded.

For safety and aesthetic purposes, pigments are always used when applying Semi-Permanent Makeup as opposed to traditional tattoo ink.

The Benefits of Semi-Permanent Makeup

a. Those who have little or no hair on their brows find eyebrow procedures extremely helpful. Also, semi-permanent make-up used on the brows can correct and disguise badly shaped or overly plucked eyebrows.

b. Eye tattoo procedures used as eyeliner are extremely popular for those who find it difficult or tedious to apply traditional make-up on a daily basis, such as swimmers or busy professionals.

(Photographed directly after the eyebrow procedure) Brows will become more natural looking during the healing process.

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