Microblading is a tattooing technique in which a small handheld tool made of several tiny needles is used to add semi-permanent pigment to the skin. Microblading differs
from standard eyebrow tattooing because each hairstroke is created by hand using a blade which creates fine slices in the skin.
This technique has become the most popular method of cosmetic eyebrow tattooing in Europe and the United States since 2015.
The procedure is essentially a semi-permanent tattoo. It lasts one to two years. A touch-up session is encouraged 6 weeks after the first microblading procedure and every 12-18 months thereafter.
MICRO PIGMENTATION OF SCALP
While microblading is typically done with a manual blade, micropigmentation is performed using an electric tattoo device. This is because more power is needed to penetrate the skin on your scalp, which is thicker than the skin under your eyebrows.
The goal of scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is to use tiny, layered dots in different hues of black to replicate the look of a shadow on your scalp. This style, referred to as pointillism, is done to create natural-looking depth and definition.
This process may be useful for people who experience all forms of hair loss. This includes people with:
• thinning hair
• male and female pattern baldness
MICRO PIGMENTATION OF LIPS
Permanent makeup (PMU) or micropigmentation is the revolutionary method of depositing hypoallergenic mineral pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. With an
ultra-thin needle and pigment, the shape and colour of the lips are enhanced.
Depending on the treatment and lifestyle factors, the procedure’s outcome can last anywhere from 1-3 years. The pigment will fade naturally and lighten over time and is
recommended to do a colour boost procedure every 6-12 months.
Following mastectomy, breast reconstruction can provide significant psychosocial benefits.
Areola repigmentation is a specialty area of tattooing that requires advanced experience as well as technique. Areola pigmentation techniques can “create” an areola after breast reconstruction, minimize the appearance of scars, or restore an areola to a more natural-looking color and shape.
These tattoos are becoming an increasingly popular option among women who’ve undergone breast reconstruction surgery after cancer.
STRECH MARKS CORRECTION
The problem with stretch marks or tiger stripes is that no matter what color they are, they’re still scars. When collagen and elastin fibers tear during puberty, weight gain,
or pregnancy, the skin’s color and texture is permanently damaged.
A cosmetic tattoo artist can apply pigment to stubborn stretch marks in order to disguise them into the rest of the skin. By filling them in with pigment that are two to three shades lighter than a client’s regular skin tone, they magically fade.
SCAR REMOVAL FACE LIFT SCAR & BURN
Skin or scar camouflage is tattooing of the skin with different colors of flesh tone pigments. It’s purpose is to disguise a scar or skin area that is missing pigment or color. It is a specialized area of permanent cosmetics that falls under the category of Medical or Paramedical Tattooing.
Unlike traditional tattoos where the artwork is the central focus, paramedical skin micropigmentation focus on camouflaging and concealing defects.
While there is no cure for vitiligo, the camouflage treatment is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that lasts years on the skin without washing off. It is a safe and
effective treatment for the skin conditiion, without any side effects — and it will not trigger spread of vitiligo.