Tattoos For Permanent Cosmetic Purposes – Complete Guide | Beauty


Tattoos For Permanent Cosmetic Purposes – Complete Guide


Tattoos for Permanent Cosmetic Reasons. You probably wouldn’t think it, but women, and some men, get tattoos solely for cosmetic or aesthetic reasons. The most common of procedures being permanent lipstick, lip-liner or eye-liner. However other cosmetic tattoos include covering scars from major injuries or even following surgery after breast cancer. This post covers all you need to know about Permanent makeup tattoos .The procedures including costs, techniques and pros and cons.

What Cosmetic Options Are There? It depends on your own requirements as to which procedure you should go for. For example, aesthetic options for beauty include tattooed eye-liner, tattooed lip-liner and lipstick and even hair imitation. Even permanent eye shadow can be considered however is not commonly seen. For cosmetic options due to to injury or illness, options include coloured tattoo for skin tones. These can be to cover scars, birth marks or even to complete areola colours; this process is also called repigmentation. These are more often used by people who may be selfconscious about marks from birth or after surgery.

Where Can I Get One Done Tattoos and Permanent Make-up? As with any type of procedure that requires needles and/or medical equipment, it is always best to seek out professional advice and technicians who are trained and qualified to do so. Make sure your professional has all the right qualifications, has the right equipment and all of it is sterilised at the time of use. If possible, ask that needles be opened in front of you for piece of mind. Gloves should be worn and, if neccessary, masks. It may also be a wise idea to speak to either your GP or a doctor or specialist at a hospital and getting a referal before going through with any treatment. Anything to be done for medical purposes will usually be through your hospital regardless.

How Are These Procedures Performed? First and foremost a consultation is a carried out to examine the person, look at their wishes and to see if the procedure required can be carried out safely. After a decision is made a colour is chosen, whether it be a dark tone for eye-liner or a natural and matching skin tone for covering marks. This is then followed by a tattooing session where coils, pen or rotary machines are used to insert the colour into the first few layers of skin. After the procedure is complete it is paramount that at least one follow up consultation is booked to check how well it is healing and also that no health complications have developed.

Have a look at this tutorial video of a lip-liner procedure being done and the before and after images. via.

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Also have a look at Getting a Tattoo Tebori Irezumi Style-All You Need to Know

Is It Painful? Its a tattoo! Personally I find tattoos more therapeutic than painful but everyone is different. I can imagine though a tattoo around your eyes being somewhat uncomfortable so please don’t expect a typical tattoo sensation. Tattoos on other areas of the body vary in amount of pain. Over bones tend to hurt more than fleshy areas so skin tone tattoos on or around areola should not be as bad. You can request anaesthetic if you are scared or nervous about the treatment or the area that is to be tattooed is highly sensitive and it has been recommended by your technician.

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