Updated: Jul 17
Permanent makeup, also known as Micropigmentation or Cosmetic tattooing, is a popular cosmetic procedure that involves the use of tattooing techniques to apply pigment to the skin to create the appearance of makeup. Some of the most common applications of permanent makeup are Ombre Powder Brows and Lip Blush.
One of the main benefits of permanent makeup is that it can last several years, depending on various factors. However, it's worth noting that the longevity of the pigment can vary based on several factors, such as skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare.
The colour of the pigment will fade over time, and touch-ups may be required to keep the look fresh. The fading rate can vary depending on factors such as sun exposure, skin type, and the use of certain skincare products.
Eyebrows and Lips are the most common areas where permanent makeup is applied, and these areas have different lifespans. Eyebrows tend to fade faster than lips because they are exposed to the sun more frequently, and the skin in this area is more sensitive. Lips, however, tend to last longer because the skin in this area is less sensitive and more protected.
The lifespan of permanent makeup can also be affected by aftercare. It's important to avoid picking at or scratching the area and to keep it clean and moisturized to help prolong the life of the pigment.
Overall, permanent makeup can last anywhere from one to five years and will require touch-ups or maintenance to keep the desired look. It's essential to choose a reputable and experienced professional like iBEAUTY CODE Team to perform the procedure and to be realistic about the longevity of the results.
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