Micropigmentation, also known as permanent makeup, permanent cosmetics, or cosmetic tattooing, is a cosmetic procedure used to improve or replace lost coloring on your skin. Micropigmentation is most often used on your face – to enhance eyebrows, eyelashes, eyelids (as eyeliner) and lips. It is also used to camouflage or improve scars, even out skin coloring and restore color to areas of skin that have lost color.
At Infinity MedSpa we employ an expert micropigmentation artist. Both men and women will experience the benefits of cosmetic and medical tattooing techniques to enhance their own beauty. The services Infinity MedSpa offers can be the solution for clients who have:
B) Little to no eyebrow hair
C) Visible Scars
D) Breast Reconstruction
E) Hair loss from chemotherapy
F) May be suffering from cosmetic allergies
G) Unsteady hands for makeup application
H) Visual impairment
Each client is assessed as to which technique is best suited for whichever service a client is seeking to have. The shade of the pigment will be custom blended for the various skin tones of that particular client. Superior techniques are always precise in application. This process allows for sublet shades and layers with the correct tones of color to achieve the most natural look.
Micropigmentation, also called permanent makeup, is especially helpful if you are a person who wants to look their best while avoiding the physical challenges of applying makeup. Eyebrows, eyelashes, eyelids and lips are common treatment areas. Considerations include number of treatments needed, complications and out-of-pocket costs.
Who are good candidates for micropigmentation?
Anyone – male or female – can get micropigmentation. If you are a person who wants to look their best while avoiding the physical challenges of applying makeup, micropigmentation may be especially appropriate for you.
Some medical conditions that make applying or using makeup challenges include:
- Conditions that result in unsteady hands, such as severe arthritis, multiple sclerosis, or Parkinson’s disease.
- Conditions that result in poor eyesight, such as cataracts or macular degeneration.
Micropigmentation may also be a treatment or solution to some medical conditions including:
Micropigmentation procedures are also considered for purely personal reasons, such as:
- A person does not like applying makeup daily.
- A person likes to have fuller looking or better-defined eyebrows or eyelashes.
- A person likes better defined or richer colored lips.
- A person has scars and would like to improve with tattoo pigments.
Special note to young people: A young person really needs to think carefully if he/she wants a micropigmentation procedure. What is “hot” in beauty fashion today, may not be tomorrow’s trend and thus you do not want to be stuck with an undesirable look. Also, facial features change with age.
Contact us for a complimentary consultation to see how we may assist you in improving the quality of your life!