Permanent Makeup has been around for thousands of years! Since the early days of the Egyptians. It has been used to enhance one's natural features such as eyebrows, eyeliner, lips, and eyelash enhancement.
Micropigmentation Permanent Makeup is also called Cosmetic Tattooing. It can enhance a woman's or a man's natural features or replace what nature or illness has taken away.
While cosmetic tattooing does not have to replace the application of conventional makeup, it can or just enhance it. Paramedical tattooing can camouflage imperfections in the skin as well as recreate the areola-nipple complex after mastectomy and reconstruction, reduction or pigment a faded areola.
Long-lasting waterproof beauty with permanent makeup.
PMU stands for permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation. Some people refer to micropigmentation as cosmetic tattooing, which is not truly correct. The principle is similar to tattooing in that a pigment is micro implanted into the dermal layer of the skin, but the techniques, pigments and devices are specialized. Terms such as ‘eyebrow tattooing’ or ‘eyeliner tattoo’ give the wrong impression. This is not your sailor's tattoo! Micro means not as deep and pigment molecules are not the same as "ink" body art tattoo.
Permanent make-up or micropigmentation can be used to accentuate strong points and correct or camouflage defects. Micropigmentation has many applications, but the most popular are:
The eyebrows are perhaps the most important part of the face: they frame the eyes and give the face expression. Eyebrows that are too light, too thin or non-existent can be naturally enhanced and improved with micropigmentation. For example, using hair stroke or shading methods, depending on the client’s wishes and skin type. The latest technique for eyebrows in permanent make-up is the hair stroke technique. It is used for creating the most natural brows possible. As each individual hair is pigmented separately, it is far more natural looking than a solid fill. A combination of feather fill and hair strokes (Microblading) is quite natural looking.
Lips Liner and Full fill
Skin aging can cause the lip contours to fade. A natural lip liner can permanently restore the shape of your lips and gives your lip line more definition. A PMU lip liner can also correct asymmetrical lip lines for a more proportionately shaped mouth. The so-called ‘full lips’ color treatment gives a natural color to pale or faded lips.
Eyeliner is the easiest way to enhance the beauty and expression of the eyes – whether a subtle liner on just the top, the bottom or both the top and bottom. From a subtle lash liner between the lashes to a duotone eyeliner, the variations in color, thickness and length are endless. Permanent eyeliner gives a natural look that is more subtle and neat than regular make-up. The great benefit of permanent make-up is that it won’t smudge throughout the day. Permanent makeup stays perfectly in place day in day out, from early in the morning till late at night, on vacation, in the sauna and while working out.
So many options!
Lip liner to define and outline your lips
and make them appear fuller.
No more lipstick bleeding! J
ust add lip gloss or your favorite color
and you are good to go!
Want fuller lips with full shading?
Pick a color and your lips can be filled a little or all the way!
Start with liner and then more when you are ready.
Live with them until you are sure you want more.