Permanent Makeup, also known as micropigmentation, involves the application of pigments into the skin to enhance features like eyebrows, lips, and eyeliner. This cosmetic technique uses specialized tattooing methods to create long-lasting effects that simulate makeup. During the procedure, a trained technician uses a needle to deposit pigments into the dermal layer of the skin, providing a semi-permanent solution to common beauty concerns.
The process typically starts with a consultation to determine the client's desired look, followed by the application of the chosen pigments. While discomfort is minimized through the use of numbing creams, the level of pain varies among individuals. Results can last for several years, offering convenience to those seeking a lasting solution for their daily makeup routine.