Charming red lips, eyebrows perfect shape, smooth eyeliner that looks good in the morning and in the evening - permanent make-up is good because it will stay after work, the gym, pool, sauna
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Or walk in the rain. Permanent makeup is generally safe, if it makes an experienced specialist. However, the growth of this trend in the field of cosmetic services there is a rapid and permanent makeup today are often made by people who do not have sufficient qualifications.
Permanent makeup mikropigmentirovaniyu referred to as tattooing. The procedure for creating this makeup is that under the upper layers of the skin with the needle injected pigmented granules. Tattoo and recovery procedure for such blemishes, like scars and vitiligo
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They are very similar procedures.
The most popular service of all types of permanent makeup is the eyeliner; following on demand - makeup eyebrow and lip. Some salons offer permanent blush and shadow, but those who make use of them, were rarely happy with the result. Moreover, when applied to permanent make large areas of skin increases the risk of allergic reactions
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In most cases, make permanent makeup on the skin after application of a local anesthetic. After the first procedure may require more, but it can be done no earlier than a month. Among the experts who can do permanent makeup - dermatologists, cosmetologists, anesthesiologists, nurses, and professional tattooists.
Allergic reactions to pigment occur very rarely, but when a stimulus such delete can be very difficult. When injected into the skin under it or any foreign matter exists the risk of negative reaction of the organism, and the reaction may begin in later years.
The safest pigments for permanent make-up is considered to be iron oxide. The most dangerous are the vegetable, organic dyes - pigments derived from vegetables and herbs, sometimes causes severe allergic reactions.
The most common types of adverse reactions to permanent makeup are granulomas - growths of tissue that are formed in the inner tissues around foreign substances, and keloid scars - excessive growth of scar tissue. Keloids usually appear after the removal of permanent make-up and not a result of the application.
Such cases are known adverse reactions to permanent makeup, inflammation, cracked skin, skin peeling, blistering.
There have been rare cases of serious disfigurement parts of the face, which applied permanent makeup, which sometimes leads to disruption of the ability to speak and eat.
Finally, there have been cases of hepatitis C and HIV
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when applying permanent make-up. It should be noted that it is very rare cases that have occurred in non-compliance with the rules of basic security.
Complications of MRI
Doing permanent makeup, you need to think in the next few years. If after some time you have to do an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), the reaction of the electromagnetic field and the pigment can cause burning and inflammation of the tattooed areas, and also degrade the quality of the MRI image. This, however, is not a valid reason for refusing to permanent makeup.
During MRI electromagnetic field acts on the iron oxide pigment in the composition. Molecules iron oxide thus vibrate, thereby starting the inflammatory process which can be successfully controlled with steroid ointments or benadryl. In this case, the inflammation will be minimal, and permanent make-up will not affect the quality of the results of an MRI.
How is permanent permanent makeup
When you make a decision about what to do or not to do permanent makeup, think of it as a permanent change in their appearance. In any case, get rid of it will not be easy.
However, we are organized in different ways, and some people have permanent noticeably fade in just a year, and someone twenty years and looks as though it were made yesterday.
Over time, some colors may shift that looks strange, and at times frustrating and even scary. This typically occurs if the master did permanent black Indian ink, which must not be used for micropigmentation. These ink particles are very small, which may not always be at the point where they entered.
Iron oxide pigments are inert and substantially do not move after administration into the skin.
If you are dissatisfied with a permanent, fix it can be very difficult - in the sense of permanent make-up lives up to its name. To remove the used laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, surgical procedures, and - again tattoo that disguise the fact that the client did not like. All of these methods have a lot of shortcomings, so try to find a good master and decide exactly what you need to get right the first time get a great result.
Deciding exactly where to do permanent makeup without harm to the health of the skin, based on the following recommendations:
- Make sure the salon has a license to operate, and the master - a proper education;
- Try to find out how long and how well the artist works - perfect if he or she successfully made permanent makeup your friends;
- Think about aesthetics, safety and comfort. The doctor may not always be the best tattoo master. He may know the scientific aspect of the process, but not creative. The ideal can be interior, where the master is working together with your doctor or nurse. In this case, you can, if you wish to ask you to do local anesthesia;
- Remember, fashion is changing. Do not make permanent makeup, which is likely to be obsolete in a few years.
Finally, once again think about the possible errors of the master. Fix them can be much more difficult than to abandon the idea to make permanent.