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Permanent makeup started to appear in 1902, but until 2010 the latest techniques like microblading became popular in the United States. Since then, more and more women are opting for permanent makeup procedures.
The Process of Permanent Makeup
Permanent makeup is similar to getting a tattoo; the technique is mostly used to resemble eyeliner makeup, eyebrows, eyelids, and lips. Or, in some cases, to camouflage scars, skin discoloration, or create beauty marks like freckles.
Depending on the area being treated, a permanent makeup session can last approximately up to two hours.
Permanent makeup causes discomfort for some people more than others; however, in most cases, people express the pain is much lower than what they thought. The area where the procedure takes place will also influence how much pain is felt; for example, permanent lip makeup is more uncomfortable than a permanent eyebrow makeup.
Depending on the patient's sensitivity level, sometimes a gel or numbing cream is applied before and during the procedure. And in some cases, it may be suggested to drink Tylenol 30 minutes before starting the permanent makeup session.
The little pain felt during permanent makeup is worth it, and compared to a regular tattoo, the healing process is much shorter (approximately three weeks). When permanent makeup is applied, the needle doesn't go as deep as when you get a regular tattoo done, and as a result, you get beautiful natural looking makeup strikes.
If you would like to save time every morning and wake up ready to go or have a scar or stains in the face you'd like to correct, permanent makeup is for you.
Permanent Makeup & Cryo is the best place for permanent makeup procedures in Main. Our certified and experienced makeup artists will make your experience great; we will also answer any additional questions and make you feel as comfortable as possible.
There's no reason to fear permanent makeup, although it's similar to getting a tattoo, the pain is much lower, and the procedure is faster. If needed, we'll also administer a numbing cream.
We're very strict with our sanitation guidelines; you can expect all tools and work areas to be appropriately cleaned and sterilized. We're also following a set of additional rules now during COVID-19 to guarantee our customers and staff's safety.
Some of the rules we have are daily health screening, facemasks, gloves, a limited number of customers per day, etc.
Safe time on your daily routines and enjoy natural-looking beauty strikes with permanent makeup in Main. We're here to help you make your life easier and boost your confidence.
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