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Permanent Makeup Cosmetic Tattoo in Thailand

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Permanent Makeup Cosmetic Tattoo in Thailand

Permanent Makeup also known as Permanent Cosmetics, Micro-pigmentation or Cosmetic Tattoos are now widely available from many cosmetic surgeries.

Permanent makeup is becoming an increasingly popular cosmetic procedure, not just for those who wish to forget their daily makeup routine but also for those who have skin imperfections or allergies to conventional makeup. Permanent Makeup also known as Permanent Cosmetics, Micropigmentation or Cosmetic Tattoos are now widely available from many cosmetic surgeries.

permanent makeup Permanent Makeup Cosmetic Tattoo in ThailandThe permanent cosmetics are made possible through a procedure called Micropigmentation. This involves embedding an organic pigment underneath the skin to add permanent colour, a hand-held device that punctures the skin hundreds of times per minute with a very thin needle is used to push the pigment into the desired location, much the same as a regular tattoo.

When performed by a trained medical professional, permanent make-up can appear natural and attractive. The tattoo or makeup may be applied to any part of the body and to all age groups, popular uses include; enhancing the eyebrows, altering or enhancing the color of the lips, adding or augmenting beauty marks and creating permanent eyeliner and lip liner.

permanent makeup1.thumbnail Permanent Makeup Cosmetic Tattoo in ThailandThe procedure is relatively painless: your plastic surgeon will use a local anesthetic to numb the area where the tattoo is to be placed. Depending on the type of cosmetic tattoo, the procedure usually takes anywhere between 30 minuets to 2 hours.

Recovery time is relatively fast, after mild swelling and redness accompanying the procedure, most patients are able to return to work or other activities the very same day.

It can take up to six weeks for the pigment to become permanently incorporated in the desired location. During this time there will be a slight fading of the pigment as some of it is removed by your body and some tattoos may appear crusty for a few days as the pigment dries. To counter act this natural response, a slightly greater amount of pigment than you actually need to achieve your desired results will be placed at the time of your procedure.

There are of course risks involved with the treatment. The greatest risk is having an untrained individual perform this procedure. Cosmetic tattoos are available everywhere and there are not necessarily regulated.

Achieving perfect results requires knowledge of the skin, the structure of the face and lots of experience. Knowledge in color theory and how color theory relates to the pigment in skin is also essential as our natural pigment contributes greatly to final color.

If permanent makeup sounds right for you, be sure to add it to your medical tour to help make your trip a time to accomplish all the procedures you have been putting off.

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