The history of permanent makeup
What is permanent makeup?
Permanent makeup is also known by several other terms, such as micro pigmentation, derma-pigmentation, permanent cosmetics and cosmetic tattooing. The last name is perhaps the most appropriate, because, in the simplest of terms, permanent makeup is a technique which is entirely cosmetic and uses a modified version of tattooing. Tattoos are a method by which the dermis is pigmented, and the results are permanent. This tattooing method is used to enhance the appearance of the face, in particular, the lips, eyebrows, and eyelids.
This method can be used to create eyebrows, particularly for people who might have lost them due to trauma, age, chemo-therapy or alopecia totalis. The same method can also be used to cover scars or cuts that might have appeared in the existing eyebrows. For those who have suffered from vitiligo, (a disease where the pigment cells of the skin are destroyed in certain areas and white patches have become very evident), the option of permanent pigmentation through tattooing is extremely welcome. Vitilgo can appear anywhere on the body, but hands and face creates the most anxiety where persons consider treatment, and another related procedure might be the redefinition of the areola for women.
Shear Convenience Permanent Makeup
Permanent makeup, medicinally known as micropigmentation, is the exact position of shading into the skin. Through little needles, varying shades of iron oxide colors are set into the more profound bit of the skin, known as the dermis. The exact situation of needle sticks makes many passages into the skin, in turn creating and conveying the shaded colors alongside each needle stick.