Alopecia and Camouflaging

Unlike the common idea of permanent makeup, it meets not only aesthetic needs of people wanting to enhance their appearance.

There are medical indications for permanent makeup. Besides various skin imperfections, trichotillomania and quite common today alopecia, there are scars and cicatrices resulting from physical injury or reconstructive plastic surgery. Permanent cosmetics makes a good remedy for people in need of re-pigmentation after chemotherapy, mastectomy or overexposure to the sun.

Smudge resistant and waterproof, cosmetic tattooing makes a real difference for people wearing lenses or allergic to pollen or conventional eye makeup. 

To add to this, permanent makeup can benefit those who have difficulty applying daily makeup due to poor vision or hands shivering caused by multiple sclerosis or cerebral palsy. Permanent cosmetics lets people remain good-looking and well-attended despite their disabilities and ensures subtly and evenly applied eyeliner, neat and full eyebrows, vivid colour on well-shaped lips at all times.


Alopecia is a condition when permanent cosmetics is a medical indication.

Alopecia areata also known as "spot baldness" involves abnormal hair thinning, partial or complete lack of hair growth and shows in unusual hair loss areas e.g. eyebrows, eyelashes or backside of the head. The disease is common with people of any age and may be either based on genetic background or caused by nutrition deficiencies or hormonal imbalances. Alopecia may also occur in the result of mechanical injury, chemical or thermal burns, trichotillomania or chemotherapy, which all lead to hair follicles deterioration in the affected area.

Permanent cosmetics procedures, such as recreation of eyebrowsdefining the ciliary border, as well as camouflaging scars and bald areas on the scalp can help people suffering from alopecia to restore the harmony of the face and create a new natural and expressive image.