Permanent cosmetics — also known as microblading, microstroking, 3D permanent brows or dermal cosmetics — is a form of cosmetic tattooing. Permanent cosmetic application uses tiny needles and various techniques to implant pigments into the skin for a more defined shape. Since the pigment is implanted into the skin, it is considered permanent, and yes, it is a tattoo. However, the pigments do fade over a period of 1-3 years, depending on skin health and lifestyle.
Microblading and permanent makeup are cosmetic tattoos. Any procedure that implants pigment or ink into the skin is a tattoo, and it is permanent. However, instead of using regular tattoo equipment and needles, we use only state-of-the-art digital technology specifically formulated for cosmetic tattooing procedures. Our equipment is quiet, precise and more gentle for use on the face.
What is the difference between permanent and semi-permanent?
All tattoos are permanent, since something is being implanted into the skin. Even with removal, there will always be traces of pigment left behind.
We only use pigments specially-formulated for the face. Our pigments are of the highest grade and quality, and are strictly tested and regulated.