Permanent makeup is a helpful solution for those looking to enhance their features or who have suffered some hair loss.
Cosmetic treatments include:
The technique can also be used for medical purposes:
A well-trained permanent makeup and medical micro-pigmentation specialist will be able to create natural-looking permanent cosmetic makeup. Further specialist training can help you provide customers with niche treatments to camouflage scars or vitiligo, or to reconstruct/repigment nipple areolas following surgery by artistically infusing colour pigments, shadows and highlights. All mixed to suit your clients’ individual skin tones.
As with any surgical procedure, there are risks involved. This is why specialist training is fundamental to being able to offer your clients the safest, high-quality treatment that you can. Training helps you to minimise the risks involved and in the hands of a skilled person, there is no reason for the procedure to be unsafe.
Micro-pigmentation, microblading and reconstructive pigmentation all involve a needle—or blade—placing pigmented granules beneath the upper layers of skin in a tattoo-like process. Allergic reactions or infection is possible as with any tattoo. Advising the correct aftercare to your clients is paramount to reducing the risks of these side effects.
It all depends on the client really, but colour can last from three to five years—or even as long as ten. Periodic touch ups maybe necessary for clients on recommendation.
It is necessary to acquire the appropriate license for your business to provide permanent makeup services. The Local Gov Act (1982) states that a license is required by a salon/beauty clinic to maintain quality health and safety standards for clients. It is a criminal offense to be in breach of the relevant bylaws and to practice micropigmentation without a license. Obtaining a license for semi-permanent skin pigmentation is all encompassing, and covers acupuncture, cosmetic piercing, electrolysis, as well as tattooing. Licensing requirements and costs differ from location to location across the UK. Get in touch with your local council for more details.
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