19 December 2008

Inks and pigments used in micropigmentation are subject to FDA regulation as cosmetic and color additives, but the FDA has not attempted to regulate the use of the micropigmentation inks and pigments and does not control the actual practice of it. The particles are big, less soluble and stable. In this way they last for a long time and get diluted uniformly. The strategy varies according to each body area and the wanted results. For example, if you want to enlarge a very thin lip, it is defined on the outside of its real line and it is vanished inside with a vermilion color. On the other hand, if you want to fill the brows, brown colors are used to complete the empty spaces.

There is no good way to remove the color once it has been placed. Lasers can not remove them and may actually make them appear worse. The desire to have permanent makeup requires a good understanding of the concepts involved. As a result, you should undergo a thorough pre-treatment assessment of color selection and exact location of color placement. Meeting with a professionally trained and licensed aesthetician in a medical setting who has specific training and certification is usually best, although technicians from many different backgrounds perform the procedures

Available Colors That Are Typically Used
  • Medium brown pigments are best for a subtle, natural, appearance.
  • Brown, black and gray pigments are used for a dramatic appearance.
  • Note: Black pigment is sometimes not recommended for Caucasian clients as it may change to a blue or gray hue on most individuals.
  • Warning: Organic pigments must not be used around the eyes.
Perhaps your skin tone is yellow with undertones of olive. Well, your skin's dominant hue (referred to as skin tone) and secondary hue (referred to as an undertone) must be taken into account when choosing pigments for implantation. This is where it may be beneficial to seek the application by a highly skilled dermagraphics technician. The color that is implanted (tattooed) into the skin will be viewed through your skin tone. Meaning that the color of the your skin tone becomes a part of the color equation. Unfortunately, failure to do so, will result in a color variance that the client.

Will I Develop An Allergy To The Ink?
Allergic reactions to permanent cosmetics are quite rare. You may request a skin patch test in an inconspicuous area prior to having a procedure performed. Some technicians are very routine about patch testing and perform them on everyone. Regardless, you should understand that an allergic reaction could occur at any time. Be prepared to pay for the needle and the time the technician will have to use westernizing all the equipment and what not.

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