Permanent makeup is “the art of implementing personally fit, unharmful pigments to the skin with micro-needles in micropigmentation application.”
Micropigmentation application is used for; eyebrows with hair by hair and tozz technique, hair, permanent dip-liner, permanent eyeliner, permanent blusher, 3D lip applications with scalp pigmentation method as well as areola correction and healing surgical scars. Aleora operation is performed on the disorder known as “alopesi” and nipple cancer.
What Should We Pay Attention to When We Have Permanent Makeup?
• Which brand of dye is used?
• Are allergic to chemicals in the products?
• How hygienic is the environment?
• Is the person an expert?
What Should We Pay Attention to After Permanent Makeup?
There are some points to pay attention, care to be followed and factors that affect the permanency of permanent makeup. There may be some swelling and bruises after the application, but do not worry. It will turn to normal after you apply some ice compress. Touching to the application area should be avoided for a while. Sunbathing and solarium should be avoided. In addition to this, sun-protection may be worn, and herpes cream should be used as a precaution. Salty food should be avoided after permanent lip makeup. Cosmetic products should be avoided. Crusts in the application area should not be torn apart or scratched. Also, crusts may fall as parts, falling areas should not be touched. You can apply chamomile tea with a gauze on the crusted area after cooling the tea on a fridge.
To Whom Permanent Makeup Is Not Adviced?
There are some certain situations that permanent makeup may definitely not be operated. As the body development is still not over it is not advised for people under 18. People with diabetes, pregnant or breastfeeding women, chemotherapy patients, women who use Roaccutane, women with ophthalmia, women with fungus, verruca or eczema, women with schizophrenia, allergy to pigments, women who had fractures on capillary vessels and women with mole are not advised to have permanent makeup.