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Monday, June 26, 2017

The Importance of Knowing The Pigment Used in Semi-Permanent Makeup

As the weather getting hotter, I bet there are lots of people who are preparing for holiday, right?
Many of you might have plans to go to the beach.

You often check your makeup in the mirror after playing with water all day long. And only then you realize that all your makeup and even your eyebrows are gone!
Another case is those who have to wake up early in the morning just to draw their eyebrows, not to mention that you have to make it even every single time.
I am here to recommend semi-permanent makeup to those people.
What is the first thing that pops out in your mind when talking about semi-permanent makeup?
Please tell me that you are not thinking about those old fashioned eyebrows tattoo that changed color into blue.

There are lots of people who didn’t know that tattoo and semi-permanent makeup are different.
That is why I’m here to explain the importance of the pigment used in semi-permanent makeup.

What is your concern when finding a place to do semi-permanent makeup? Is it finding an experienced place? Or looking for a place that has pretty designs?
It’s true that all of the things mentioned above are important. However, in order to get a good result, you need to make sure that the pigments used are natural.
Normally, semi-permanent makeup does use natural pigment. However, there are many cases where the patient didn’t know anything about the pigment when they underwent the procedure.
So, what makes natural pigment different from other pigments?

Did you know that the pigment used in semi-permanent makeups and tattoos are different?
Since pigments used in tattoo have fast absorption level, the color appears to be more vivid. However, the color will eventually change to bluish as time goes by.
In the other hand, natural pigment does take more time for the color to be vivid, but the color won’t change.
The color and lasting period could also differ according to the depth of injected needle and pigment.

pigment, semi-permanent before and after

pigment, semi-permanent before and after

pigment, semi-permanent before and after

So, does this make natural pigment a perfect choice?
Natural pigments have no harmful ingredients for our body and also the color won’t change. However, the downside is that the color couldn’t last long.
The lasting period differs according to the area. Semi-permanent makeup for eyebrows last for 1.5 to 2 years.
Although the color will fade away as time goes by, this is not necessarily a bad thing. Why? As well as makeup trend, your preferred eyebrow style might also change.
This might be a big inconvenience for those who want to get a long lasting result. However, by knowing the pros and cons, you could choose which procedure is more suitable for you.

Hygiene is the next thing that you have to be concerned about.
Of course the hygiene level of semi-permanent makeup which is done in hospitals is more dependable. Since semi-permanent makeup uses needle for the procedure, sanitary is very important. Thus, you have to make sure that they use disposable needles.

Semi-permanent makeups are usually done for eyebrows, eye lines, lips, hair line, and areola. The method is slightly different according to each part. Do research and get to know the procedures so you could choose the most suitable one for yourself.

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