Get out of bed and have defined lips and striking eyes. This may sound
like a dream. but it could be a reality with permanent makeup.
Permanent cosmetics, also known as micropigment or intradermal implantation, is the process of implanting micro-insertions of color pigment into the skin.
We use the most advanced, gentle way of applying the permanent cosmetics, resulting in little or no pain. This method is safe and sanitary, and provides a beautiful, natural look.
All of our permanent make-up materials are sterile and disposable.
At Seattle Beautiful Skin, we use the Harmonix Micropigmentation
system, which offers advanced, state-of-the-art permanent makeup
results. The applicator is concealed in a disposable cartridge. This cartridge is enclosed in a membrane which protects the hand piece from contamination. Harmonix makes the only machine with features like this to guarantee the highest level of hygienic safety. The applicator cartridge is wobble free, thus eliminating any vibration of the machine to minimize client discomfort.
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Permanent Makeup FAQ
|Q. How long does each procedure take?
A. Each procedure takes around 2 hours.
Q. What is the recovery time for permanent makeup services?
A. The recovery time is usually 3 - 5 days. During that
time you may notice a color change, which is completely normal. The first few days the color will be a shade or two darker. After the flaking process color will soften,
and look flawless and natural.
Q. How long before you are able to go swimming or cleanse your face normally?
A. You will be able to wash your face with a mild cleanser the day after. Make sure the area is protected with Vaseline before and after
you cleanse. We ask that you do not have running water on the area the first day. Please avoid chlorinated swimming pools until the area is entirely healed.
Q. In the case of getting permanent eye liner, will a new tube of mascara be needed?
A. Absolutely. Mascara tubes collect
bacteria, which could transfer to the treated area.
Q. How long will I have to go before I can put my makeup on normally?
A. Full face makeup can be applied the same day as the procedure except on the area that has been treated. In the case of eye liner, wait one week before applying mascara.
Q. When going through the healing process of permanent makeup procedures, what kind of peeling, scabbing, or discomfort should I expect?
A. There is less trauma on the skin due to the digital machine that we use. A mild flaking is expected on the 3rd - 4th day after the procedure. You will experience flaking anywhere from
3 - 5 days after.
Q. How long after permanent makeup procedures can I get plastic surgery?
A. Permanent makeup will not affect plastic surgery. Before scheduling you should consult with a plastic surgeon and make sure the area is fully healed. You should wait two months after your plastic surgery to receive additional permanent makeup.
Q. How long after my permanent makeup service can I get facials, chemical peels or waxing?
A. Please allow at least one week before any waxing or facials to ensure the area is entirely healed. We ask that you wait at least two weeks when getting a chemical peel. Also, be sure you are coving the area with Vaseline to ensure proper color during chemical peels.
Q. What type of products should be used to help the healing process?
A. Aqua Four or Vaseline can be used to help the healing process. We do not recommend using anything other than those two topical creams.
Q. How often do I need a color refresher?
A. Because the pigment is free of ink
and is formulated specifically for facial art it will fade
to a natural undertone, therefore a color refresher will
only be needed every 3 - 5 years. A color refresher may be
needed sooner or later depending on how well the color is
preserved. Sun exposure and chemical peels are the two main
sources of color fading; avoid exposure in treated areas.
WHILE PRICE IS IMPORTANT for many who are looking for Permanent Makeup Services, don't let Price be your only motivating factor. The highest priced procedures in town are not always performed by the most qualified technicians, nor are lower priced procedures always done by the inexperienced ones! We
often 'fix' permanent makeup that has not been done properly. It is your face, and it is permanent. This practice is not only technically challenging but also requires a great deal of artistic training. Dina is a nationally
renowned artist, not only for her facial art, but for mural work
and miniature oil paintings displayed in museums and private collections internationally. Dina also
also traveled internationally as a makeup artist for a production company, and can give sound advice as to what shapes, colors and styles will be most flattering for you.