Permanent Makeup

The natural water-based paint consisting of colored pigments to certain areas in our body; Our skin is left in the epidermis region, which is also described as the upper skin. The most important difference that separates the permanent makeup from the tattoo; It originates from the place where the paint is left. Since the dye is left in the dermal layer, not in the epidermis, the application remains on the skin for a lifetime. In permanent makeup, as the cell renews itself, paint pigments are also removed from the body. Therefore, the permanence of the application remains depending on the person and the metabolism rate of that person, varying between 2 and 5 years. As the pigments move away from the skin, the color in the area of application is blurred and wiped over time. If this application is renewed periodically (retouched), it is preserved in the same beauty and permanence for many years.

Permanent makeup;

  • eyebrow,
  • eyeliner,
  • lip

applied to the regions. Permanent makeup; It is never administered to diabetics, those with HIV, and hemophilia patients. During the application, the slight pain sensation varies depending on the person and the application area, but generally the feeling described is in the form of stinging sensation, and local anesthetic agents are used to minimize this.

Who is Permanent Makeup Applied to?

  • Those who always love to be well-kept
  • Those who do not want to waste time with makeup
  • Those who do not want to have their makeup flowed and constantly need to clean their makeup when sweating in the pool, sea, sauna (especially those who do sports)
  • Those who have discomfort from wearing makeup (eye problems, hand tremors, etc.).
    Those with disfigured eyebrows.
  • People who have eyebrows or thinning due to medical interventions or natural reasons
  • In people whose lashes are rare or not apparent; in people whose lashes have fallen for various reasons (shallots etc.)
  • Those whose lips are not known, who want to have a fuller and more vibrant color.
  • Those with a loss of pigment (color) around the lips (often on the lips that appear pale)
  • Those with cleft lip (rabbit lip) problem