Permanent Cosmetics and Laser Tattoo Removal

How to distinguish a Permanent Cosmetics professional?

It is critical to do a thorough research to locate an experienced and qualified micropigmentologist.

1. Artistic ability. Check the technician's background, a nurse or a former medical professional may know science, but may lack the knowledge of complex color theory and not be able to create harmony and symmetry of facial features.

2. Reasonable price. Don't be lured by a steep discount - if a technician under charges her services, her ability will be reflected in the price and correcting bad results will be more costly and not worth the discount.

3. Portfolio. Make sure you ask to see the technician's portfolio and get the names and phone numbers of the clients. Be aware of stock images some new technicians use on their websites instead of their own work.

4. Professional equipment. Pigments used for permanent makeup are not the same as traditional tattoo ink (dye). Long Time Liner high-quality hypo-allergenic pigments and state-of-the-art implantation instrument from Germany, which Elena uses in her work, adhere to the standards of safety, while pre-sterilized disposable needles are opened in front of the client.

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