The history of Mircopigmentation?
Tattooing has always been prominent in a decorative and cosmetic capacity for nearly 10,000 years. Both men and women adorned themselves with tattoos, as a form of identification and beautification. When Permanent Makeup fist became popular, most people did not want to say it was tattooing.
It was called Micropigmentation, Intradermal Pigmentation, or Dermagraphics; something that seemed more aesthetic or medical, than Cosmetic Tattooing.
What is Micropigmentation or Permanent Makeup (PMU)?
Micropigmentation or Permanent Makeup (PMU) is the revolutionary process of using an ultra-thin needle to deposit pigment below the epidermis (top layer of skin) into the dermis (2nd layer of skin). The use of various different techniques, equipment and pigments process allows you to change shape the eyebrows, apply a permanent eyeliner or enhance the overall appearance of the face (i.e., eyes, eyebrows, lips), in as little as one or two sessions.
What are the benefits of Permanent Makeup (PMU)?
Permanent Makeup allows you to naturally alter the shape and definition of features for both men and women; boosting self-confidence and allowing more personal freedom.
- wake up every morning effortlessly beautiful
- look great all the time
- conveniently saves time from having to apply makeup daily
- corrects the depth & symmetry for uneven features
- a more active lifestyle
- substitution for sensitivity to topical makeup
- camouflages scars, hair loss as well as medical purposes.
In addition, micropigmentation or PMU procedures provides a stunning smudge-free effect that will last for several years; permanent makeup ensures you always look your best. The possibilities are endless!