1. Why is it called Permanent Makeup (PMU)?

Semi-permanent makeup is considered permanent because once pigment is implanted in the dermis of the skin, it cannot be washed off like traditional cosmetics.

2. Who can get PMU (semi-permanent makeup) done?

Anyone who wants to improve their natural look right away. Women with imperfect vision or contact lens wearers; women who do sports, women who are active and women who participate in water sports. People with arthritis or unsteady hands, people with sensitive eyes that often water, people with visible scars; people who are allergic to conventional makeup, who experience hair loss due to hair loss in the eyebrows and/or eyelashes. Women on motorbikes and anyone who gets tired of their makeup getting smudged, smeared or smeared.


3. Can you redo an existing eyebrow tattoo?

Only if the existing eyebrow tattoo is significantly faded. It will be up to me to judge you for the current STATUS. Existing brow photos must be submitted. See ( Policy ) .

4. Is it painful and swollen?

We take all necessary precautions to ensure the procedure is as painless as possible. Ultra-thin or semi-permanent makeup requires breaking down the top layer of the epidermis to deposit pigment into the skin. A strong topical anesthetic cream is used during the procedure to keep you as comfortable as possible. Some customers find the process a little uncomfortable while others report no discomfort at all. The more relaxed the client is during the permanent makeup process, the higher the likelihood of no pain, no swelling. Relaxation also aids in maintaining pigmentation.

The area may be a little sore for the first few hours after the procedure and soft to the touch for a few days.

5. How long does it take to heal?

It takes 7-10 days for the treated area to heal clearly. It takes 4-6 weeks for the skin to completely regenerate and heal before any further treatment sessions can be performed.

Semi-permanent makeup almost requires two steps to get good results.

6. Do you need to take a break from work after service?

No downtime is required other than to take care of your new permanent friend tattoo on day one (see aftercare instructions).

7. How long does it last?

The first peel in a week will be about 20-40% lighter, and once the pigment rises to the surface of the skin, it will be more visible, the color is 30% lighter.

8. How long does PMU color last?

Semi-permanent makeup usually lasts 1-5 years, but it will fade over time due to sun exposure and other factors. It’s common to go back for a recheck every 12-18 months to keep it looking like new..

Your face is a special body part that is constantly exposed to factors such as the sun and other external factors, facial products and other cosmetic procedures. Over time, this causes the PMU pigments to fade. So this procedure is a semi-permanent makeup procedure.

9. Are there any side effects to a permanent makeup procedure?

In general, there is some swelling to the treated area. In particular, eyeliner and lips can leave effects within 72 hours after implementation. During the procedure, there may be less bleeding or bruising. It should subside and go away in 1-3 days depending on the location

Swelling, itching, scaling, mild bruising and dryness of the treatment area.

10. Can one be allergic to the pigments used in permanent makeup?

You can be allergic to anything at any time. Very few reactions have been reported on the pigments themselves.

11. What if I don't like the end result?

Although the process is considered semi-permanent, colors and shapes can be augmented and altered. the color will be lighter or darker, look firmer after one procedure, but will be softer, brighter and blend in as it heals. We offer free communication consultations after the healing process is over, and subsequent sessions may supplement or change previous procedures.

12. Can I execute multiple procedures in one session?

Of course! For example, you can choose the top and bottom eyeliner at the same time, the eyebrows, and the lip liner/lip shading all done in the same session if you prefer.

13. Can diabetics receive permanent cosmetics?

Yes, most diabetics can, if their sugar levels are controlled. Please consult your physician prior to any procedure.

14. Why do I need a second edit (touch-up)?

As the surgical area heals , the color will lighten and sometimes the line will disappear, If they are too dark or still slightly uneven after 4 weeks, we will make adjustments at the next appointment of the procedure to even out the color. All of this can be dealt with in an appointment and is why communication is essential and is already billed at check-in .

All optional but recommended after 4-8 weeks for customers who need further improvement. Eyeliner doesn’t usually require retouching, but the price includes retouching if needed.