Permanent make-up, also known as micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, has both advantages and disadvantages. It is important to weigh these up carefully before deciding on this type of treatment.
- Permanent decision: Permanent make-up is permanent and cannot be reversed as easily as conventional make-up.
It is important to be sure, as the results are long-term.
- Faded colors: Over time, the colors of permanent make-up can fade or change, which can lead to an undesirable appearance.
- Allergic reactions: Some people may have an allergic reaction to the ingredients contained in the pigments, which can lead to skin irritation or discomfort.
- Risk of infection: If the treatment is not carried out in a clean and hygienic environment, there is a risk of infection.
- Unnatural appearance: If the permanent make-up lines are not placed correctly or the colors are not chosen well, the result can look unnatural.
- Pain and discomfort: The treatment can be painful, especially in sensitive areas such as the lips or eyelids.
- Costs and refreshments: Permanent makeup can be expensive, and regular touch-ups are required to refresh the colors and shapes.
- Absence of current trends: As permanent make-up is long-term, current make-up trends or preferences may change and the permanent result may no longer match the desired look.