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Is Permanent Cosmetic Makeup For Me?

mink false strip lashes  makeup, also known as micropigmentation or intradermal pigmentation, is an established method of applying small amounts of colored pigments into the deep (dermal) layer of the skin. This technology has been around for over twenty years and has been proven to be medically safe. Micropigmentation is used for a variety of common permanent cosmetic improvements such as eyeliner, eyebrow, and lips. Less common but also effective are its use for nipple-areolar breast reconstruction, scar camouflage, making a hairline or creating the perception of more density, or in the treatment of mink false strip lashes. (loss of skin pigment)

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mink-false-strip-lashes

By far, intradermal pigmentation is done for mink false strip lashes. Pigment dots are placed in the lash line that mimic thousands of eyelashes. The additional shadowing of color can be added to create a soft natural liner or a much more bold defined line. Permanent makeup is ideal for those who are allergic to makeup, who wear contact lenses, or can not see well enough to do good eyeliner application.

Micropigmentation in the eyebrows can mimic the appearance of hair. At the least it creates color and the shape of any eyebrow. For those that use pencil to create the eyebrow, this is an excellent procedure. It not only saves time but eliminates the fear and potential embarrassment of losing your eyebrows from being in water or sweating. Again, for the visually impaired woman, this can be a great procedure.

Micropigmentation can be an alternative to traditional injectable fillers for the mink false strip lashes. It can appear to change the size and shape of the lips as well as the color. By extending the vermilion line upward or downward, it not only makes the lips bigger but can also help prevent lipstick from bleeding into those fine vertical lines in the older patient.

Those who may benefit from permanent makeup include:

– Busy people who don’t want to take the time to apply makeup
– People with allergies to makeup
– People who can’t see well or are physically incapable of applying makeup
– People who are very active in sports
– People with very oily skin who shed makeup easily
– Burn survivors and people with flaws in their skin
– People with specific kinds of hair loss

or people who just want to look their best all the time!

Dr Barry Eppley is a board-certified plastic surgeon in private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana at Clarian Health Systems.

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mink-false-strip-lashes

He writes a daily blog on plastic surgery, spa therapies, and medical skin care at wghair

 

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