What is Natural Permanent Makeup?


Natural permanent makeup is a non-surgical procedure also called micro-pigmentation. This process of color implantation under the skin places and looks soft and natural when it heals. I like to use organic transparent inks for a more natural look possible. These colors are safe for MRI, reflect light and have a soft appearance that blends beautifully well.

You really need an artist's eye to understand the face, be able to place the lines correctly, and match the colors to your skin type and hair coloring. It is best to choose an experienced artist in advanced procedures to ensure proper placement, color choices and adjustments as needed. Permanent makeup must be superimposed several times to create the desired result. After a month, permanent makeup is cured in most cases and color and placement can be assessed. During your return visit, the color and shape can be brightened, darkened and adjusted as needed.

The color of the lip gives a soft and natural color to the lips and defines and shapes them, it should always be natural, never be false. The rule of thumb is this: start with less, we can always add more to make them darker after having the opportunity to get used to it. Permanent makeup is meant to enhance your natural features do not take on your face. I tell my customers to think about how they want to watch when they get up in the morning, you can always add more conventional makeup when you go out at night.

Eyebrows are created using pigments to fill sparse eyebrows, making them appear fuller with a soft shadow or hair features where there is no visible hair. The permanent eyeliner can be applied in many styles and colors, from gentle lash enhancement to a defined liner or to an eyeliner with shadow. We can even create a soft shadow on the eyeliner, or a complete smoky effect.

A large number of clients share the view that permanent makeup, well applied, seems more natural than pencil makeup. With a variety of styles and tastes each client client how natural or dramatic they would like to be during their consultation. Natural pigments are implanted in the second layer of the skin (dermis), providing a natural shade of color to the lips, eyeliner, eyebrows and camouflage scars. It is also the perfect improvement for MEN who want an enhancement of features that look totally natural and not "invented". Look for an artist who uses a permanent makeup pen that is scaled down for the face, offering a more precise placement. This is the tool of choice for more natural and gentler enhancements.

The idea is to implant the color under the skin that enhances or mimics your natural features, stays and looks soft and natural when it heals for years to come, giving the appearance of the youth and the distinction of your face.

I'm sure you'll be surprised how natural makeup can really be.


Source by Tammy Bratcher

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