Micro art makeup is applied utilizing an acupuncture needle which vibrates on the outer layers of your skin, and allows non toxic mineral based pigments to be absorbed in the outer layer of your skin. The entire procedure typically takes around an hour or so. For patients with increased sensitive skin, a topical numbing cream is first applied. First the style is made on the skin with the erasable pencil and then the technician helps the customer pick a natural color. Following the customer approves the look and the color the procedure begins.

Areas

• Brows: could be darkened, reshaped or thickened by layering individual hairs on the skin.

• Lips: If you wish to enhance or reshape the form in the lips using micro art makeup, the lip is first lined and then completely shaded.

• Eyes: Your eye area are highlighted by applying a great line between the lashes, developing a much thicker lash line.

• Scalp: For people with hair loss the scalp can be camouflaged with the help of individual hairs creating a thicker look for the hair

• Areola: Color and shape correction

Comparison with permanent makeup (tattoos)

• Micro art makeup provides a natural look that can gradually fade over three years. Permanent makeup supplies a heavier and comparatively unnatural look. It could just be removed with laser surgical treatment or corrected by micro art makeup.

• Micro art makeup uses of non toxic and mineral based pigments. Tattoo inks can be toxic and cause allergies, along with sometimes fading to green and orange.

• Micro art makeup is the higher priced procedure – costing about $1000 per area. Application of permanent tattoo makeup costs considerably less, $200-$800.

• The micro art makeup procedure will not create any bruising or scarring has no down time. There is usually a minor swelling however it disappears in about an hour or so. Permanent makeup on the other hand leads to heavy bleeding and is extremely painful. Bruises usually appear and swelling can last for weeks. Recovery time period is usually a few weeks.

• Micro art makeup makes use of a single acupuncture needle; permanent make-up needs 3-14 gauge needles which should be used simultaneously to puncture skin.

Benefits

• It enables you to look your best all day long, all the time – regardless of whether you might be on the pool, exercise machine or in a party. It is especially perfect for busy professional women to do not possess time to apply makeup each day.

• You can pick your personal color, with a technician helping you to pick the most natural looking color. It seems so natural it is sometimes complicated to tell that makeup has been applied.

• It is a great anti-aging procedure, removing about 5 years of aging.

• Because the micro art makeup fades over time, you are able to improve your style as styles and fashions change. If you do not would like it to fade, you could have it retouched every couple of years.

• Those who have difficulty applying makeup due to physical limitations or poor vision will no longer have to suffer everyday and have a simple solution.

Permanent makeup is also a viable alternative for people that suffer from allergies or toxicity issues. Patients should talk with their doctors about potential side effects associated with pigments then consult a skilled permanent makeup practitioner. In many situations the pigments are less toxic than applying conventional cosmetics every day. People who have problems with arthritis, lack of vision or eurological conditions that cause painful or unsteady movement in the hands can also take pleasure in the gffuaj achieved through permanent makeup. In her book “The Essence of Beauty” Dr. Adrianna Scheibner, M.D. says in Chapter 9 “the applications of the method [derma pigmentation] in the realm of medicine are extensive”. “Before several years,” Scheibner continues, “corrective camouflaging has emerged being a useful service to dermatologists and plastic surgeons when they can no longer medically improve a patient’s appearance”. Camouflage, applied by a skilled permanent makeup professional, is really a tricky procedure. In the “Procedures of Macro-Theory Dermagraphics” printed by the American Institute of Permanent Color Technology it states that “the effective use of camouflage is unlike every other procedure…when applying camouflage you actually are taking something away, or diminishing something which already exists, from the skin.