Semi-Permanent Makeup

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Semi-permanent makeup is making a big comeback, thanks to the popularity of microblading .

The effects of the semi-permanent makeup experiments in the nighties and toughies were pretty disastrous because they were essentially tattoos that faded unevenly. Combined with the fact the makeup trends change almost regularly getting a permanent tattoo is not a great idea because the style may not be in the next years. Leaving you looking dated thankfully semi-permanent makeup has come to the rescue, giving you the flexibility of permanent brows with less commitment.


What Is Semi-Permanent Makeup?

Semi-permanent make-up or micro-pigmentation is a form of cosmetic tattooing which allows you to have long-lasting make-up like eyebrows, eyeliner and lip colour. The process involves having tiny particles of pigment injected beneath the surface of the skin, much like a tattoo. The pigment used stays visible on the skin for a number of years, breaking down and fading gradually over time. Fortunately, micro-pigmentation techniques have improved in recent time with a wider selection of colors which allows the creation of more natural looks. Apart from being used for cosmetic enhancement semi-permanent makeup can also be used to disguise scars or for alopecia or vitiligo. Semi-Permanent Although the process of having semi-permanent makeup is similar to permanent makeup there are a few differences. The major difference is the depth of penetration of ink into the skin. Human skin has three distinct layers, the epidermis the outermost layer, the dermis and the hypodermic (the subcutaneous or fat layer).

Possible Risks

The mechanism of action behind FreezPen is simple and highly effective: application of extreme cold in a rapid freezing rate in order to freeze and destroy the lesion. The unique applicator’s tip creates a focused, high-pressure jet of extremely cold nitrous oxide gas that is targeted at the lesion. The temperature of the lesion drops to -89°C within seconds, causing the water inside the cells to freeze, expand and rupture the membranes of cells. As a result, the cells that form the lesion are destroyed and eliminated by the body over time, to allow a new healthy skin to grow in the same location.

Cost of Semi-Permanent Makeup

The cost varies widely depending on the procedure, the number of visits required and the location of the facility.


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