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Questions to Ask When Considering Permanent Make Up

If you suffer from a skin condition, have a scar you would like cover up, or are simply frustrated with smearing make up, you may be considering undergoing a permanent cosmetics procedure. Depending on the procedure that you choose to have done, it can become quite involved. In order to ensure you work with a qualified, trained tattoo artist or cosmetic technician, it is important to take the time to interview each potential candidate before making a decision. Not only can this help save you money in the long run, but it can also save you from having to undergo painful dermabrasion. The following questions can help get you started:

  • Are you a certified Permanent Cosmetics Technician?
    There are many different programs available to artists that wish to pursue a career in micropigmentation. Since these professionals are working with permanent color when adding eyebrow tints, or eyeliner, to your face, make sure they have participated in one of these training courses. A tint that is done too dark is difficult to remove.

  • What procedures do you offer?
    If you are working with an aesthetician at the local day spa, this professional might not have lash extensions available, or may not have the proper equipment to inject lip enhancements. Find out what make up procedures are offered before you visit!

  • May I see samples of your work?
    Always ask to see examples of previous work that the artist has done. He or she should have before and after photos available of the procedure you are considering, whether it is tattooing on eyebrows, or adding permanent lash extensions. Make sure the work he or she does looks natural, and that you are impressed with the results for previous clients.
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    With permanent make up giving the illusion of artfully applied cosmetics, it’s no wonder many women choose this avenue when crafting their beauty regimen. However, choosing a tattoo artist or beautician to perform this procedure for you is not quite the same as choosing a hair dresser. There’s the issue of safety, hygiene and sanitation that tattoo artists in particular must address. They must meet regulatory guidelines on the type of pigmentation used, along with proper sanitation of needles, as dirty needles can spread disease.

    Professionals in this business need to be certified and licensed. To obtain this, they must either attend schooling or obtain on-the-job training, or perhaps both. Having a background in art is extremely helpful, so they must know how to draw well. Students must also have a steady hand. Since these aestheticians are artists of the skin, it’s important to compile a portfolio of all work performed. This will be helpful when looking for a job at a spa, beauty parlor or tattoo parlor.

    The more experience the make up professional has, the better. Tattoo artists of the skin, lips and eyes may own their own business or work for someone else. Services may include eyeliner and brow application and lip enhancement through plumping with collagen. They may also offer a variety of hues, pigments and colors to choose from for the desired treatment. Upon making an initial appointment with a technician, they will go over the offerings, including hair removal, plus cost and how long the procedure will take. Professionals in this industry may offer brow and upper lip waxing, along with eye shadow application and other semi and permanent cosmetic treatments. The environment should be clean, professional and welcoming to all clients.