Semi-permanent micropigmentation is a process that carefully deposits color into the dermal layer of the skin. It can be used for a variety of cosmetic enhancements, including eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner, and lip color. It is also commonly performed for nipple and areolar restoration following breast reconstruction.
Who performs this procedure?
Ada “Casthrine” Tan (link to bio) is a registered nurse that has worked with Dr. Baker for 6 years and has over 15 years of patient care experience. She is a trained linergist and is certified by …
What are common areas treated?
Eyebrows – Add fullness and definition to think or sparse eyebrows.
Eyeliner – Add darker, more defined look to the eyes.
Lips – Add fullness and definition to the lip and lip lines.
Nipple/Areola – Restores pigment to nipple/areola skin following breast reconstruction.
How long will semi-permanent make-up last?
Semi-permanent make-up can last 1-3 years depending on the method and the brand of ink used to pigment, as well as the person performing the pigmentation.
What should I expect during the treatment?
With the aid of topical numbing medication, most patients report minimal discomfort.
What can I expect following the treatment?
Following the treatment, the skin may appear red, but this will subside within a day.