Permanent makeup: line - upper eyelid. Micropigmentation, more commonly known as "permanent make-up", is a pigmented layer of pigmented skin. To make the effect perfect, you usually need a dopigmenting visit. "Correction", which refers in particular to the treatment on the lips, but also the eyelids or eyebrows. To make the make-up lasting is very important, proper care after the treatment and protection from UV rays. Cosmetic procedures exfoliating the epidermis shorten the stability of micropigmentation. Permanent makeup fades gradually. To maintain a fresh image I suggest periodic refreshing treatments.   PREPARATION FOR TREATMENT:
  •     A few days before the procedure do not use oily creams and oils
  •     Do not use waxing, epilation, epilation, laser for a week before surgery.
  •     Persons deciding for permanent lip makeup that have previously suffered from herpes must necessarily take antiviral medication (eg, heviran) for 3 days before and 3 days after surgery.
  •     Do not take medicines and blood thinners (aspirin, ibuprofen, benadryl, alcohol, caffeine) on the day of treatments.
  •     Skin after surgery is sometimes flushed and swollen - then it is worth using cool skulls and chamomile.
  •     If there is a feeling of tightness, burning and excessive dryness and itching, apply soothing cream with panthenol and allantoin.
  •     After eyelid pigmentation there may be temporary dry eyeball, and eyelid swelling may persist up to 3d after treatment.
  •     The day after the procedure will appear "scabs" (mixture of pigment and serum), which will begin to peel after about 4 days.
  •      After "falling" scabs can occur loss of pigment: eyebrows about 30%, and mouth up to 50%. This is a natural process.
  •     The complete healing process is completed after about 6-8 weeks.
  •     Protect the pigmented areas from the sun.
  •     For 2 weeks after the surgery, do not use the sauna, swimming pool.
  •     Immediately after the procedure, intensive exercises are not indicated.
  •     Skin needs air access for proper healing, so greasy or oily skin creams are not recommended.
  •     Do not use cosmetics containing retinol and fruit acids as they can lick pigment.