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Permanent makeup isn't actually permanent—your look will last at least 3 to 5 years. So what is permanent makeup exactly?Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which involves using pigments to create makeup designs. These pigments go into the dermal layer of skin. Here are 3 reasons why you should choose permanent cosmetics.


Getting permanent makeup saves you time you'd otherwise spend tending to your appearance. You'll look much better in way less time. For instance, let's say you love eyeliner. With regular cosmetic eyeliner, you'll have to put on the eyeliner every day. This is especially tedious if you're crunched for time. If you get permanent eyeliner pigment added to your skin, your eyeliner will be perfect every day. You won't have to worry about smudges, uneven lines, or smearing, even if your face gets wet. You also won't have to worry about washing off the eyeliner. With permanent eyeliner, the risk of getting acne due to clogged pores declines drastically. The same applies to lipstick. Many individuals opt to use nude lipsticks to compensate for lip discoloration and fading. With permanent lip pigments, you can eat and drink without smearing lipstick all over your food and utensils. You won't have to put up with reapplying or evening the tone out. Plus, no pimples!


Thanks to the power of social media, everyone is aware of how transformative makeup can be... if you can use it without experiencing an allergic reaction. Permanent cosmetic makeup is ideal for anyone who suffers from makeup allergies. Some people experience allergic contact dermatitis when applying certain makeup products to the skin. At the very least, this makes your skin turn red, itch, swell, and develop hives. At its worst, it's a full-blown allergic reaction that requires an immediate hospital visit. Either way, both very uncomfortable and unflattering experience. Sure, there are hypoallergenic makeup products out there. However, you can still have an allergic reaction to these products. Allergic reactions due to permanent makeup, on the other hand, are rare. Note that most people who have allergic reactions to permanent makeup also tend to have a history of allergies.


Certain health conditions make it more difficult to apply makeup. (Although let's face it: Makeup is hard to enough to apply even without a health condition.) Having conditions like Parkinson's disease, arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), or anything that causes tremors affects one's motor skills. This makes it difficult to put on makeup. Permanent makeup makes life easier for people with health conditions. Permanent makeup also works for people with Vitiligo, a skin condition in which some portions of the skin lose pigmentation.


Along with time, sun exposure fades permanent makeup. Still, permanent cosmetics are worth the price tag and pain you might face while recovering. Make sure you read reviews of any permanent makeup specialists you are considering. It's easy to collect positive reviews and create a professional portfolio. You'll find out more from reading candid reviews on other sites. Don't settle for less: Find a Scalpa clinic near you for permanent makeup. You'll look more beautiful than ever before.

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