|People also get permanent make-up done to hide scars and spots on the skin.
However, one needs to be very careful and sure before embarking upon getting micro pigmentation aka permanent make-up done. You need to be sure whether you want to have something grafted under your skin because getting it removed can often be a long and painful process. The other thing one needs to ascertain is the cosmetician, make sure your aesthetician is certifies and holds a valid license to perform such surgeries. Even the inks and the pigments used for permanent make-up need to be approved by the FDA.
The jury’s still out on whether permanent make-up gives the desired results. For instance, it has often been defined as ‘too sharp, harsh, artificial, or loud’. Fact is that immediately after the procedure, the make seems kind of sharp but tends to soften with time and acquires a naturalized look. The colors usually take about 10 years to start fading, a process which is hastened by constant exposure to too much sunlight. There are many reasons to and not to get Permanent make-up, but at the end of the day it really is about personal choice.
There’s no denying to the fact that it is extremely useful for some women to get Permanent make-up. For instance, if someone enjoys using make-up but is allergic to the products, then their best choice is to get make-up grafted into their skin through pigmentation. For patients who suffer from arthritis or Parkinson’s, they too would benefit to have their make-up done permanently.
On the other hand, and this has to be said again, the removal process is rather complicated so one needs to be absolutely certain about the decision to go in for permanent make-up. Removal is usually done by laser resurfacing or dermabrasion. Sometimes, instead of removing the make-up, it is better to get it camouflaged; to draw the attention elsewhere. This is because, while it is rather laborious to get permanent make-up dome, often it is even more painful to get it removed.
The usage of Permanent make-up can also result in certain complications. It has been found that sometimes the pigments aggravate an allergic reaction leading to itching, burning and even swelling of the affected area. If the equipment used is unsterilized, one is at risk of getting infected by serious diseases such as HIV or hepatitis. Many times, the problems can be so severe in nature that people have reported having difficulties while eating or talking.