Permanent Makeup Corrections and Repair

Permanent Makeup Corrections and Repair

Amie has created a secure system for extracting, restoring, fixing and redoing much of the previous brow as well as other past permanent makeup procedures that have been performed in a conventional permanent makeup method, prior Microblading procedures or simply the technician's lack of ability.

Correction of Permanent Makeup Color:

The color has faded into a blue, green if the form is attractive. We use a system that "covers" the old color with a purple or red hue. In order to neutralize it, corrective pigment is first tattooed over the fading permanent makeup. And then we will give you lovely new natural eyebrows right after the same session. The change is instantaneous! This is unlikely to happen again at Aesthetics Health, since we use pigments vs. ink. The quality of the true colour will be preserved by pigments.

Whether on the walls, in a painting, in your hair or on your face, the color principle applies to all styles of artwork. Keep in mind that color does not cover color. If you want to paint a red wall white, you have to put a primer on the wall first, because the red color will gradually push through and you won't get the true color you want. The colour of a corrective tattoo serves as a primer.

Permanent Makeup Shape correction:

Shape mishaps can happen when a technician is poorly trained, lacks the artistic ability or does not yet have enough experience in the field. Shape corrections can range. Sometimes the shape is not “terrible” but would look much better with a few changes. In this case, we would be able to provide additional tattooing to improve the symmetry, shape or balance of the eyebrows, eyeliner or lips. If additional tattooing does not fix the problem pigments or inks may have to be removed first.

Permanent Makeup removal:

You may have absolutely solid eyebrows, too dark in color, too large or incorrect color placement. In this scenario, much of the colour must first be eliminated by means of sterile saline. We first eliminate the old color with this method, or at least lighten it to a shade that is manageable. Clients must wait at least four weeks after the initial procedure, so the color has time to rise to the surface of the skin.

After four weeks, before we can add a new paint, we re-evaluate the area to decide whether another removal session is required. A removal and color correction is needed in a number of instances before new pigment can be added.

The process requires multiple visits and time commitment, but you will find it well worth the wait after receiving your new Custom Method eyebrows by Amie at Aesthetics Health.

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