What is Permanent makeup?

It is the micro-implantation of coloring shades into the skin for tasteful purposes to improve, form, and layout facial highlights. It is additionally an important method for camouflaging scars, burns, skin pigmentation changes caused by vitiligo, adjusting a few facial inconsistencies, or to advance improve facial rejuvenation and post-operative treatments.

Is permanent makeup the same as tattooing?

It has a few of the same qualities, however it is exceptionally different. Only pros in micro-pigmentation can perform this method on the face; tattoo specialists cannot. Permanent-Line uses the strategies, devices, and colors particularly planned for micro-pigmentation strategies, making it secure, sterile, and easy. Lasting cosmetics clinicians too utilize compelling topical anesthetics that are not permitted for utilize by tattoo specialists. At Hannah Beauty Studio we use tools much more sensitive in design that give natural-looking outcome.

Is permanent makeup a safe procedure?

At Hannah Beauty Studio, our procedures are conducted in a sterile environment, utilizing disposable needle cartridges and a digitally controlled implantation device. Long-term side effects are not associated with this procedure, and short-term effects are typically limited to minor redness, swelling, and tenderness. Allergic reactions to the pigments used are extremely rare and have not been reported.

Is there any discomfort involved in the procedure?

At Hannah Beauty Studio, we prioritize your comfort. Unlike some other permanent makeup salons, we employ highly effective topical anesthetics applied to the treatment area, minimizing any discomfort. Typically, our clients describe a mild tickling sensation, and most experience little to no discomfort during or after the procedure.

For lip procedures, it’s important to note that if you’ve ever had a fever blister outbreak, it’s advisable to consult with your doctor to obtain a prescription for Valtrex or a similar product before scheduling your procedure.

What is the duration of the procedure?

 On average, the procedure typically takes anywhere from two to three hours to complete.

What is the expected healing process, and is post-procedure care necessary?

 Following a procedure, it’s normal to experience some swelling and redness, which typically subsides within 24 hours. Applying a cold compress can help reduce swelling around the eye area. It’s important to keep the treated area clean, and it’s advisable to refrain from using makeup for several days. Some skin peeling and a slight fading of the applied color are common and should not cause concern. If you have any specific adjustments in mind, those can be addressed during your follow-up appointment. In most cases, you can return to your regular routines immediately after the procedure, but it’s recommended to avoid tanning or swimming for a few days. The typical healing period ranges from four to seven days.

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