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All About Permanent Cosmetic Tattooing

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By : Anna Stenning    99 or more times read
Submitted 0000-00-00 00:00:00
As if applying make-up could not be time consuming, one would not be surprised by the advancement of tattoo supplies, shifting towards permanent make-up using the tattooing technique. The very thought of seeing a tattoo needle reach the peak of my eyelid to create definition and lasting effect (permanent eyeliner) makes my skin want to quiver with fear, flashing trauma images of pain and suffering. However, my views on permanent make-up could not be more misguided.

Originally, tattoo art was something used for many centuries globally, mainly for permanent religious symbolism. Tattoo supplies (and still are) quite simply consists of needle and ink! The needle will penetrate the skin (top layer of the skin) in a vibrating motion, with the ink flowing through shaped like a large metal pen and the artist will be free to draw away as is possible. The process is not a pleasant experience and there is no other way of getting a tattoo without having to endure some pain.

Tattoos have evolved (not dramatically) over the years, lasting longer, using different ink solutions to appear colourful and vibrant for longer and making it is easier for the artist to apply. The tattoo supplies used for normal tattoos are not exactly the same as the ones used for permanent cosmetics. The equipment used is very similar to the ones used for tattoos, the difference is that this applied topically, after the specialist has used an anaesthetic to the numb the skin.

The specialist or doctor will use a hollow vibrating needle that injects the new pigmentation (ink) into the skin, which at first will appear dark and shiny with the surrounding area appearing red and swollen. This effect is temporary and patients are often finished in a short period leaving for home on the same day. There is no know reactions to this procedure, however, patents are advised to carefully consider the consequences of going for something like this.

As it is permanent tattoo on your face, patents need to consider that once the procedure is final there is no turning back. The effects they desire will remain for a long time and there is no opportunity to remove or re-apply make-up. This dramatically alters the way you look, much like plastic surgery or even getting a tattoo on any part of your body, one needs to consider whether this is exactly what they want and know exactly how it will look.

Most patients tend not to feel discomfort during permanent cosmetic tattooing, however some have felt a mild stinging sensation whereas others have felt no actual pain - very different from experiencing a normal tattoo. Some of the more adverse reactions to permanent can be in the form of skin irritation and/or infection. However, this is treatable and does not leave any permanent damages.

Although this is permanent cosmetics, it does not smudge, fade or wash away. Like tattoos though, they do fade over time and follow-up treatments maybe necessary after a few years to maintain the results.
This treatment is most popular amongst women ages 35 and up, however, it is not unusual for men to choose to have eyebrow treatment now and again. The questions people must ask themselves before considering permanent make-up are:

1. Where is the best place to get the cosmetic procedure?
2. Are the results you desire realistic?
3. What kind of equipment, anaesthetic and colours will the specialist use?
4. How experienced is the specialist?
5. Will I need follow-up treatments and how long for?
6. What are the effects on my skin after the procedure and will there be scarring on the skin?

Asking too many questions is better than having little or no knowledge at all. For those considering this treatment, will need to research and give themselves time think about what they truly want and speak to their GP.
Author Resource:- Anna Stenning has researched various tattoo supplies and tattooing in general, having considered to get a tattoo herself. For more information on ink and equipment supplies for tattoos visit
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