Everything You Need to Know About Permanent Makeup

Do you spend a lot of time applying makeup every day just to remove it before your nighttime skin routine? Imagine there was a way that made it possible for you to make your makeup permanent while still maintaining healthy skin. Well, now there is! 

What Exactly Is Permanent Makeup?

Believe it or not, permanent makeup is more or less a tattoo, but don’t let that scare you. Permanent makeup is perfectly safe! More specifically, it is ink pigmentation that is applied to the area you want makeup, such as the brows and eyes. 

More and more women are opting to get permanent makeup done because the results are natural looking, and they don’t have to spend a bunch of time getting ready to start their day. 

How Long Does Permanent Makeup Last?

Cosmetic tattooing can last anywhere from 5-10 years depending on certain factors, such as how much time is spent in the sun. However, it’s essential to know that you may need touchup treatments as the years go by as the color starts to fade.

What Kind of Makeup Can Be Permanent?

Permanent makeup can be applied as eyebrows, eyeliner (upper or lower eyelid), and lipstick (full lipstick and/or lip liner).

Who Can Get This Procedure Done?

Anyone who wants to make their lives more convenient can have permanent makeup applied to their face. Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics can do this procedure for men and women. Other great candidates are those with physical limitations or conditions, including arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, and stroke survivors, as they aren’t able to apply or have a hard time applying makeup on a daily basis. Additionally, people with severe allergies to cosmetic products can benefit from cosmetic tattooing!

Book Your Initial Evaluation Today!

At Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics, Dr. Jack Bertolino collaborated with a local licensed esthetician to be able to offer our patients permanent makeup. Dr. Jack Bertolino is our primary provider and is passionate about pro-aging! Call us today at 716-633-6100 to hear more, and schedule an appointment at our Williamsville, NY office!


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