Definitely. You may choose from a range of colors for your permanent makeup.
Of course. Prior to each permanent makeup procedure, the placement of pigments will be discussed and agreed upon.
Permanent MakeUp is ideal for those:
with poor motor skills or from arthritis and Parkinson’s
with allergies to conventional makeup
athletes who shed their makeup through perspiration
who desire freedom from daily application
who desire convenience
There is very little discomfort in most permanent makeup procedures. A topical anesthetic or a local anesthetic may be applied under the supervision of a doctor.
After a permanent makeup procedure there will be a slight swelling and redness of the skin, which will subside quickly. You may resume normal activities immediately following the procedure. Normal healing is a process with final results not fully realized for three to six weeks.
Permanent MakeUp is used for both medically corrective needs as well as for cosmetic purposes such as:
loss of skin pigmentation
cleft lip and palate
thin eyebrows or lips