Are you tired of your long makeup routine in the morning? Do you long for full eyebrows or a long-lasting tint to your lip? There are treatments available to help you deal with an elongated makeup routine. If you’re sick and tired of applying makeup every day, the Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery has a treatment that’s perfect for you!
Permanent Makeup Overview
Permanent makeup is a safe way to apply makeup that can last for many years. It involves using pigments to tattoo your skin, meaning you no longer have to worry about applying certain aspects of your makeup.
Permanent makeup treatments are sometimes referred to as micro-pigmentation, and treatment typically focuses on the eyes, eyebrows, lips, and areolas. For instance, you can tattoo on some eyebrows, stopping you from ever needing to draw them on again. The same goes for eyeliner, and you can even tattoo a shade onto your lips. For areolas, some women are self-conscious of the coloring, so you can use permanent makeup to change that. The idea is, because it’s effectively tattooed onto your skin, the results will last for a very long time. Most candidates only need top-up treatments after 1-3 years.
Average Cost of Permanent Makeup
Naturally, you have to weigh up the benefits of permanent makeup versus the costs. In truth, it can be far more affordable than you think. The average procedure (according to DocShop.com)costs between $200 to $800, depending on different factors. Consider how much you spend on makeup, in terms of time and product, and you’ll soon realize how cost-effective, and time saving, permanent makeup can be!
Factors That Can Influence Permanent Makeup Costs
What influences the cost of your permanent makeup? For one, the procedure itself will vary in price depending on what’s being done. Generally speaking, the longer the procedure goes on and the more treatment areas affected, the more expensive it will be. Also, it’s not uncommon to see additional fees added on for aftercare treatments and products provided.
Similarly, the location of your treatment is a huge influencing factor. What we mean is the geographical location, as well as where you get it done. Some areas of the country are more expensive than others, but you will also see an increase in price when getting it done in a specialized clinic versus a spa/salon. This usually has a direct connection to the next factor: the technician’s experience. Experienced and trusted technicians can afford to charge more because you’re paying for top-level service that you can trust.
Dr. Brenman and his team at the Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery are experts trained extensively in their field. They are dedicated to providing treatments at competitive prices, while still ensuring the safest and most optimal results possible. The best way to determine the cost of your permanent makeup treatment is to schedule a consultation with their team.
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Am I a Candidate for Permanent Makeup?
Permanent makeup is suitable for a variety of people as well as for various different goals. If you’re always in a rush and want to spend less time putting on your makeup, it’s ideal for you. Likewise, do you have a particular element of your makeup routine that you can never do? Perhaps you always struggle to do your eyebrows, in which case a permanent solution is highly beneficial. Lastly, it can also be suitable for candidates that have small scars or blemishes they want to cover up.
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Take the Next Step
Want to learn more about permanent makeup, including what solution might be right for you? Schedule your complimentary consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery with Dr. Scott Brenman in Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA. Please call (267) 687-2180 and our staff will gladly offer you a convenient appointment in the near future.