Tired of Your Makeup Smudging? – Try Cosmetic Tattooing

Nothing is more frustrating to more women than working for hours to get perfectly ready for an evening out on the town, just to have their makeup smudge and smear. Plastic surgery businesses and professional tattooists have a way to solve this issue. Permanent makeup or tattooed on makeup is made possible with a process called micro pigmentation. The process is just like getting a regular tattoo- there will be a patch test, a discussion with the professional on color choice, a sterile pen will sketch the area to be tattooed, and an anesthetic will be put on the skin. A hollow needle is then used to deposit the color into the top layer of the skin.

Things to keep in mind

It takes about 3 weeks for the cosmetic tattoo to fade to its permanent color. Also, you should always check y our tattooist’s credentials, and ask to speak with former clients about their experience. Cosmetic tattooing may be a fast growing part of the health and beauty industry, but it is not for the faint of heart, or those who like to change around their makeup looks often. The face is one of the most sensitive places to have tattooed, and redness and swelling may persist for some time after the procedure. A cold compress can help.


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