Permanent Cosmetics and Laser Tattoo Removal

Permanent Makeup for Dark Circles

4c9eeee254a74ace8bd5697feea6e76c.jpgIn today's world, permanent eyebrow makeup, permanent lip contour and eye liner are pretty common with women of all ages. However, there are such top-of-the-line specialists who are able to augment and improve not only eyebrows and lips, but also the lines of the chin, cheeks or cheekbones with the help of cosmetic tattooing, to say nothing about camouflaging scars and pigment stains or creating a delicate beauty spot on your face.

What to do if you can't help having dark circles under your eyes due to health problems or suffer from white pigmentation marks acquired in the result of a severe burn injury? Micropigmentation can solve these problems as well. A highly-qualified specialist in this area will be able to select and apply the pigment of the necessary colour. The colour matching client's skin tone is generally preferred to camouflage a scar caused by a burn, while individual approach is needed to hide dark circles as there might be variations in colours.

The issue of camouflaging dark circles with the help of cosmetic tattooing may be very tricky. Not every permanent makeup practitioner will agree to perform such a treatment as it requires a great deal of experience and knowledge, as well as cutting-edge equipment and a special technique

Over the years of practice, I have come to understanding of how to achieve highly satisfactory results with people having dark circles of various origin. Brown circles can be inborn or acquired, while dark blue ones are usually caused by abnormal bloodflow or are typical of people with very thin skin, through which venous network can be seen. Red circles are indicative of an allergy or kidney disease, while yellow ones reveal biliary retention or an unhealthy lever. In each of the cases, the colour of the pigment is to be scrupulously selected and is crucial for the accuracy of the final result.

As for the technique, I prefer to use a bunch of needles of medium thickness, which allow me to evenly introduce a very thin, almost transparent layer of pigment into the upper layers of skin. I often use pigment of ivory colour, which I sometimes mix with yellow tint in case the client has blueish or violet circles. This approach may be not easy to execute at once and requires a lot of practice even from an experienced permanent makeup specialist.