Does your makeup routine take up too much of your time? Want to greet the world with your best face forward – even when you just wake up? Then it’s time to discover permanent makeup at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA!
How Does Permanent Makeup Work?
Permanent makeup provides a safe and natural-looking alternative to your daily makeup routine, as well as treatments for congenital skin issues. In permanent makeup, pigments are permanently tattooed into the skin, creating a long-lasting alternative to traditional makeup. Permanent makeup is also an excellent solution for individuals who are looking to streamline their morning routine.
Permanent makeup can be used on the following areas:
Permanent makeup can even be used as camouflage pigmentation and provide scar concealment, so if you have a persistent scar, a special pigment can be used to cover the hyperpigmentation.
Am I a Good Candidate for Permanent Makeup?
You’re a good candidate for permanent makeup if you’re healthy, have realistic expectations for your procedure, and understand that permanent makeup is not a temporary solution.
How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?
The length of a typical session depends on the area that’s being treated; however, most patients can expect to spend about 45 minutes to an hour in their permanent makeup session.
What Results Will I See?*
Clients will be able to see results right away, although you may notice some redness and slight swelling at the treatment site. These side effects usually disappear after a few days. Your results should last anywhere from 1 to 3 years, depending on the area that’s being treated.
Is There Any Downtime?
There’s no downtime with your permanent makeup treatment, although you won’t be able to shower, bathe, or sweat for the first day or two after your procedure. This ensures that you won’t end up washing away some of your makeup pigmentation.
Take the First Step
Interested in learning more? Schedule your consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Philadelphia or Plymouth Meeting, PA. Call (267) 687-2180 or fill out the form on this page to request a consultation.
*Individual results may vary