Permanent makeup is a form of tattooing in which pigment is implanted into the upper layer of the skin, and can be applied using a variety of tattoo methods, including a traditional rotary pen machine or by hand. Although permanent cosmetics can fade over time and require periodic touch-ups, they are considered permanent because the color cannot be washed off. To produce the desired results, permanent makeup usually requires one or more touch-up procedures after initial application. Initial permanent makeup application typically takes one to two-and-a-half hours to complete, and touch-ups take significantly less time.
Permanent Eyebrow VS. Microblading Eyebrow
The first technique that is used is more of the traditional style where the eyebrow is completely filled in with the pigment and blended with the color closest to your hair color.
The second technique used is the more modern approach to permanent makeup today. This technique uses feather stroke embroidery to create a 3D Eyebrow and to create more realistic hair for your eyebrows. In some cases both techniques are combined to achieve the best results. However, the feather strokes technique does not last as long as the traditional way therefore will require more touch ups and maintenance.
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