Taking two days training doesn’t make you a good permanent makeup artist

Even the basic course just guides you as to what you should aiming for. To become a good permanent makeup artist you should draw thousands of eyebrows, learn color theory, different shapes, try to work on different skins, practice on fake skin (workshop, master classes, makeup trainings). Not everyone can become a good artist, you…

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Permanent Makeup Lips

With permanent makeup we can change a shape of client’ lips, fix assymetry, make them fuller and change a color. There are a lot of different techniques for lips, such as:   3D lips Artist uses a range of pigment colours which are as close to the natural lip colour as possible. She uses a…

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Contraindications for permanent makeup procedures

• diabetes • poor blood clotting • illness • keloid scar on area for permanent makeup • epilepsy • high blood pressure • pregnancy • allergy for ledocain • Latisse: This medication may cause discoloration of the skin and may decrease the time between touchups. • Lasik: Wait about 3 months for eyeliner procedure. All…

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How long does permanent makeup lasts?

It really depends on a lot of factors, such as a skin of your client, technique of permanent makeup, pigments, aftercare and age. The older your client is the longer it will stay. If you using a light pigment for fair skin it will stay less, then for people with a tan skin. If you…

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Permanent makeup, or micro pigmentation or semi-permanent makeup

Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos (permanent pigmentation of the dermis) as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup, such as eye-lining and other permanent enhancing colors to the skin of the face, lips, and eyelids. We all used to think that permanent makeup is just a face procedures, but nowadays…

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