It’s called permanent makeup because it IS permanent! Though the pigment may fade over time, it is a tattoo and will remain under the skin for the most part. There are removal methods; however, the pigment is implanted under the dermal layer of the skin and is designed to stay there.
The average is 1 to 3 years for richness in color and shape. Again it is permanent, but the color will fade over time. It varies person to person because it is heavily affected by lifestyle and care (ie sun exposure, product use, skin type, climate changes etc). We recommend yearly touch ups for brows and every two years for lips and eyes. This will help keep the color rich and the shape intact.
The level of discomfort experienced during a permanent makeup procedure can vary from person to person. Topical aesthetics are often used to Minimize any discomfort, enduring a more comfortable experience.
The initial healing period typically takes around 7 to 14 days, during which the treated area may appear slightly swollen or have minor scabbing. Full healing may take up to 12 weeks, and it's important to follow aftercare instructions provided for you.
During a permanent makeup procedure, you can expect a thorough consultation, numbing the area, precise pigment application, and aftercare instructions. The duration of the procedure depends on the area being tattooed .
As with any cosmetic procedure, there are potential risks and complications with permanent makeup, including infection, allergic reactions, and undesired outcomes. Following pre care instructions as well as After care instructions will determine the overall result of the permanent make up procedure.