Most Frequently Asked Questions About Permanent Makeup Eyebrows.

What is powder eyebrows, nano-brows or micro pigmentation? There are different names of the same permanent makeup procedure.
In reality they`re all the names of permanent makeup procedure where ink (pigment) gets injected into the top layers of the skin using permanent makeup machine.

As a result there are no vivid or contrast lines and the eyebrows look natural and beautiful.

There are many benefits of permanent makeup eyebrows:

  • Inartifiacial and natural look of the eyebrows
  • Beautiful and well groomed eyebrows look
  • Almost painless procedure
  • Fast healing process
  • Procedure takes about 2 hours
  • You get beautiful naturally looking eyebrows that last anywhere from 1 to 2 years.(results vary)

Remember, every person is unique in terms of physiology-that means results can vary from person to person and from artist to artist.

We compiled a list of professionals where you can browse their portfolios, see their work and read their reviews.
Remember, it is essential to discuss in details the upcoming procedure and listen to the permanent makeup artist advice. Follow the recommendations after the procedure is done and you`ll get the most out of the permanent makeup-your beautiful eyebrows.


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Do You Need Permanent Makeup Correction Or Touch Up?

Let us jump ahead and say it out loud: permanent makeup correction in 95% of cases is a MUST procedure.

It needs to be done in order to finish the details, correct the color and form after the initial procedure. It needs to be done as a follow up in order for your new eyebrows, eyeliners or lips to become more natural and more beautiful.

Initial permanent makeup procedure can be described as a”test” procedure because it is almost impossible for permanent makeup artist to know how the skin will react during healing process. Remember, skin, as every person, is very unique. Unfortunately it is not like piece of paper where you
can fix and add things right away. That is why permanent makeup correction is a second stage of permanent makeup procedure and without it the initial procedure is not complete. Usually, correction is required 2-3 months after the initial procedure is done. 

It is essential that you follow the exact instructions of your permanent makeup artist after the initial procedure is done.