cosmetic tattoo or permanent makeup?
It's been called by many names, but the definitions are all the same.
"The gentle process of implanting colour into the upper layer of skin to achieve the appearance of ‘permanent’ makeup"
Whether that means creating “hairs” to achieve fuller brows, camouflaging stretch marks, or sculpting an areola for a breast cancer survivor.
who is it for?
Permanent Makeup (PMU) has risen in popularity over the past few years because it’s just so dang versatile.
PMU is low maintenance, saves time and money. PMU won’t run off or sweat off, it won’t crease or smudge and it will always photograph well.
PMU creates perfected wing liner, flawless glowing skin, and full, lush symmetrical brows, but it’s not just about convenience.
Image the freedom and independence PMU could bring a more mature beauty.
Deteriorating mobility as we age creates new obstacles, things we once loved are now daunting tasks, even when it’s as simple applying lipstick.
HOWEVER, some clients will be denied PMU procedures based on a few factors.
Anyone who appears intoxicated or under the influence of illicit substances will be turned away.
Individuals under 18 years of age, will be denied until they can provide Identification,
Women who are pregnant, less than 6 weeks PP, and, possibly, women who are still breast-feeding.
it isn't actually permanent
When executed correctly, all cosmetic tattoos are semi-permanent and designed to fade naturally over time.
It seems silly, doesn’t it? Who would want something that won’t last forever?
Trends come and go, and semi-permanent makeup provides the commitment without regret.
remember the 90s Brows?
The thinnest skin on our bodies is on our face and it regenerates every 27 days.
Mix in skincare regimens and consistent exposure to the elements, our faces endure a lot.
The notorious tattooed brows of the 90s were done with regular tattoo ink, now the brown inks have turned orange, and the black ink has lightened to blue.
Cosmetic Tattoo Pigments are not only organic, but contain smaller particles which are easily absorbed by the body, allowing these pigments to slowly dissipate and fade naturally.