Yes, permanent cosmetics is a form of tattooing and is regulated as such in the State of Massachusetts.
Definitely! There is a wide spectrum of colors that you may choose from.
Prior to the procedure you will discuss and instruct the technician where you wish the pigments to be located.
Topical Anesthetics are used to minimize discomfort.
There will be slight swelling and redness in the skin, which will subside quickly. Complete healing takes one the six weeks while pigmentation matures and reaches itís final color.
Yes, Permanent Cosmetics is designed to be only an enhancement to your natural features. Wearing additional make-up is a personal choice.
Plastic surgery has no effect on properly placed permanent cosmetics.
Permanent cosmetics never washes off or smears. It will soften through the years. The length of time will vary from person to person. Color refresher or touch ups will range from one to ten years.
Permanent cosmetic is more a process than a procedure. It can take one to three session to achieve the desired look. Each session will take one to two hours.