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We don't know what the trends of the future will be. Luckily, cosmetic tattooing is not permanent! Cosmetic tattoo treatments are semi-permanent and will fade over time and may need to be refreshed every 1-2 years. Lips and eyeliner can last much longer. Final results are NOT guaranteed because every person’s skin type affects how… Continue reading How long does Cosmetic Tattooing Last?
Ouch? Read below about the various elements that may cause sensitivity during your cosmetic tatooing procedure...
Are they different? Yes! Body tattoos use ink while cosmetic tattooing uses pigments. Pigments are designed to fade over time while ink is not. The fading is important because as it allows the artist to make changes to shape and colour over the years as client’s features and styles change with time. Do you have… Continue reading What is the difference between body tattoos and cosmetic tattoos?
These reasons are to protect your safety and health, which is the more important!! We would love for your to have a cosmetic tattoo, however please read the list below for reasons you may not be able to have a procedure done.
Here is a list of ways to prepare for your procedure in order to achieve the best results! ★Do NOT drink alcohol at least 24 hours before the procedure and caffeine the day of ★Do NOT take blood thinners such as Ibprofen, Aspirin, Fish Oil, Niacin, Vitamin E at least 48 hours before procedure ★You… Continue reading How to prepare for your Procedure…
Well don't you want to know what Micropigmentation is?!... Micropigmentation, also referred to as semi permanent make-up is a process where natural inorganic pigments are implanted beneath the epidermis (top layer of skin), into the dermal layer (second layer of skin), by needle. Permanent cosmetics is a safe and natural-looking alternative to the expense and… Continue reading What is Micropigmentation?
Microblading a method of cosmetic tattooing... ...using a manual hand tool. It is done using a fine blade to deposit pigments into the epidermis (second layer of skin) and creating realistic looking hair strokes. Eyebrow Embroidery & 3D Feather Hair Stroke methods are all forms of Microblading. It is considered to be semi-permanent, as compared to the traditional hair stroke technique done with… Continue reading What is Microblading?
The how to's of cosmetic tattoo after-care.
What should you expect after your procedure? Learn about it here...