There are two categories of contraindications: absolute, in the presence of which the procedure can never be carried out, and relative (temporary), which allow for the correction of the desired area if eliminated.
Before an eyebrow micropigmentation procedure:
Before a lip micropigmentation procedure:
Before an eyelid micropigmentation procedure:
Having chosen touch up together with of micropigmentation, it is necessary to understand straight away this procedure, which is aimed at preserving the maximum natural appearance of your natural features and at giving them even greater beauty and expressiveness. It’s not “draw anew and brighter”, or artificially highlight the eyebrows, lips, eyelids, and so on in an exaggerated manner. Therefore, in the initial procedure, the specialist uses the most gentle type of pigment insertion, guided by the medical principle of “do no harm”. Even with very good adhesion of the pigment and with it maintaining its brightness after the first procedure, a specialist can ensure that the result will look natural and harmonious.
It is important to understand that the quality of the final result depends predominantly on two factors:
In addition, the healing process and, as a result, the appearance of the treated area 30 days after the initial procedure is affected by a variety of factors such as hormonal and vascular conditions, skin health, lifestyle (alcohol, smoking, cosmetic procedures, etc.).
It is important to understand that without a follow-up touch up procedure the initial micropigmentation procedure cannot be considered completed.
Touch up is conducted no earlier than 30 days after the first procedure. During this period full regeneration process of the damaged epidermis layer and the healing of the skin occurs. Touch up carried out earlier than the indicated timeframe can cause additional trauma to the skin, thereby not improving, but worsening the initial result.
During touch up the specialist evaluates the condition of the treated area and conducts a repeat micropigmentation procedure in order to correct the shape, fill in the blanks where the pigment did not settle or where the pigment is less bright, that is, he distributes the pigment more evenly, adds or takes away color saturation on the whole and adjusts the shape. Thus, the result is perfected after the primary procedure.
Touch up is not included in the cost of the initial procedure. Its price is calculated based on the interval after the initial procedure: up to 3 months – 50% of the cost of the main procedure, from 3 to 12 months – 70%, refresh – from one up to 1,5 years – 80% of the current cost of the main procedure.
The touch up procedure is a priori a full-fledged micropigmentation procedure, since the specialist cannot predict the result of the initial procedure in advance because of the individual characteristics of the client’s body (pigment adhesion and skin healing features), and also cannot affect the aftercare process, on which the final result is directly dependent. Therefore, in fact, touch up is a separate, time-consuming procedure, which often takes the specialist no less time than the initial procedure.
It is important to understand that the quality of the final result after the procedure is 50% dependent on competent post-procedural care with the help of recommended medications and hygiene rules. The aftercare process after the completion of the procedure is the client’s responsibility, the specialist does not bear any responsibility for it.
On average, the duration of results is from 1 to 1,5 years on the eyebrows, upto 2,5 years on the eyelids and lips. With proper care and timely touch up, the results can last longer. Otherwise – they can deteriorate much faster. Eventually, the pigment will go away completely.
The duration of results depends on:
Colour theory techniques allow us to choose the perfect shade for people with different appearances and hair colour. To select the best combination of colours, a specialist should correctly assess the appearance of the client’s skin using the following criteria::
Usually the specialist prepares a unique colour mix for each client. The result is a colour that is as close as possible to the one that will be optimal for a particular case.
Of course, the expert takes into account the client’s wishes – darker, lighter, specific shade – but, nevertheless, thanks to his own practical experience, he can more accurately recommend the necessary combination to make it look natural and harmonious.
No, it isn’t. Oily skin simply decreases the durability of the pigment and some sharpness of the lines may be lost. Therefore, it is recommended to clients with oily skin to undergo regular touch up procedures of the micropigmentation area.
Exactly! Often, a micropigmentation procedure stimulates the skin cells, which contain hair follicles, to “work harder”. Changes in blood circulation occur and regeneration gives the hairs that had for some reason previously stopped growing a new impetus to grow. This is another nice benefit of the procedure.
Touch up is a way to adjust the saturation, pigment tint, and micropigmentation form. This is a shortened procedure for permanent make-up, during which the result obtained during the main procedure is perfected.
Our skin is a barrier protective organ. Particles of pigment pigment the body perceives as an alien body and tries to get rid of them. Therefore, it is difficult to predict in advance what amount of pigment the skin will “push out”. In some cases, after the regeneration of the skin, 40% of the pigment is left, in others – 60%. It depends on the immunity, age, lifestyle and post-procedural care.
In 65% of cases, a second visit is required a month after the primary procedure for touch up.
Without a touch up procedure, the main procedure can not be considered complete and guarantee a 100% possible result.
At repeated reception the expert estimates an individual reaction of an organism of the client to a pigment, its приживаемость, characteristics of color, a shade and the form. After that it is possible to evaluate the nature of further actions – the need for touch up, its scale and the number of procedures.
Touch up allows:
Touch up is performed not earlier than in 30 days. During this period there is a complete process of skin regeneration.
Touch up performed earlier than the indicated deadlines may cause additional traumatization of the skin, thus not improving, but worsening the initial result.
It is important to understand that the touch up in micropigmentation is a procedure performed within 3 months after the main procedure!
Touch up is not included in the price of the primary procedure.
Each additional touch up procedure after the primary primary procedure is carried out for a separate fee according to the current price list at the moment of reservation:
It is strongly recommended not to neglect the touch up after the primary procedure!
As such, there are no uncomfortable consequences, but, of course, everything is strictly individual. Sometimes there may be swelling and redness of the camouflaged skin areas, it can last from 15 minutes to 24 hours in rare cases. Also, during healing and regeneration, when the pigment is attached, the skin in the area of exposure can be slightly flaky.
Depending on your individual metabolism, you can forget about dark circles under the eyes for a period of one to three years.
The fact that the pigment is injected into the layer of skin that is below the layer that produces melanin, so the effect of “white glasses” does not remain. The skin with the pigment perfectly tans and does not differ from the rest of the plots.
The composition of coloring substances includes only natural and harmless components that have passed mandatory testing and certification. They do no harm to the skin and the body as a whole.