Skin camouflage sometimes known as scar camouflage is a non-surgical skin cover up solution to conceal discoloration of the skin. The procedure involves infusing skin color pigments into the tissues of the intended skin area. The specialist products that are used in the process are meant to cover up any part of the skin looking different from the rest with different color of flesh tone pigments.
Even though a surgical procedure can always be seen as a great solution to deal with many types of scars and skin abnormalities, it may not result in their disappearance altogether. Indeed, some patients may still need to have the skin color of the treated area to be covered by the ideal tone. Nonetheless it should be noted that skin camouflage will not restore the skin to the perfect condition it had before the injury or skin disease occurred. Essentially, skin camouflage is intended to improve color differences so that the scars or anomalies are not easily noticed by other people.
Who Is Skin Camouflage Suitable for?
Skin camouflage can be a great option to cover a wide range of skin conditions, including:
- Vitiligo (if stabilized)
- Skin hypopigmentation
- Post-surgical scars
- Burn scars
- Acne scars
However, please take note that your skin condition has to meet many criteria so that it is regarded as a good candidate for skin camouflage. For example, hyperpigmented (dark in color) scars or those ones that are still changing color cannot be treated by skin camouflage. Moreover, some skin types don’t respond well to the process as well. As a result, before anything else, schedule a consultation session with Paris Permanent Makeup Clinic & Academy to determine whether or not your skin is a candidate for scar camouflage treatment.
Schedule Your Skin Camouflage Consultation With Paris Permanent Makeup Clinic & Academy
If you are in Laguna Hills, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo or any other area in South Orange County, and look for a superb skin camouflage service, Paris Permanent Makeup Clinic & Academy provides you with one. You can send an email to Parisa.email@example.com or call at (949) 586-4255 to get more details or book an appointment
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I did my microblading with Paris and I'm so satisfied with the results. At first I was worried about the Coronavirus. I found her following all COVID-19 Protocols. She took my temperature, and sanitized her hands with hand sanitizer several times during the job. She was wearing two face masks with a shield which made me feel very relaxed in this hard situation of Covid-19 pandemic. Thank you Paris.
Permanent Makeup FAQ
I Already Have Permanent Makeup From a Prior Procedure, Can It be updated or Improved?
Before providing you with a definitive answer, we have to analyze your current tattoo condition. You can send clear pictures to Parisa.firstname.lastname@example.org or Whatsapp us at +1 (714) 598-5969 and we will come back to you soon. In case you need a conversation, you can call at (949) 586-4255 after sending us the pictures.
How Long Does A Permanent Makeup Procedure Take?
Each treatment session of microblading eyebrows,ombré brows, permanent eyeliner, lip blushing, skin camouflage and scalp micropigmentation takes about 1.5-2 hours. After the healing period which takes approximately 4-6 weeks, if any adjustments are needed a second session can be booked. The second session takes about thirty minutes to one hour. Normally those with an oily skin type are more likely than others to need more than two sessions to get the perfect outcome.
Am I a Good Candidate for Permanent Makeup?
Due to the probability of premature labour and other adverse events, we don’t perform permanent makeup procedures on pregnant clients. Additionally, those clients with skin conditions such as Eczema, Dermatitis, Rosacea, large facial pores and etc are advised to consult with their Dr before starting their intended permanent makeup procedure.
Are There Any Risks or Side Effects Involved?
Risks though very rare and uncommon are not impossible. Some people may experience allergic reactions. In that case, you may visit your Dr to treat the allergy. Another risk that is even less likely than allergic reactions is infection which usually happens if clients don’t follow the aftercare instructions from the artist. As long as you are in our clinic, you can be sure that we take every necessary step and precaution to minimize the risks involved with permanent makeup.
Are Permanent Makeup Procedures Painful?
If we tell you not at all, it is definitely not true. However, how painful they are is very subjective and varies from person to person. Nonetheless, in all the permanent makeup procedures we use topical anesthetics to numb the area under treatment. We take the utmost care in ensuring your safety and comfort during the permanent makeup procedures.
What Is Permanent Makeup?
Permanent makeup also known as cosmetic tattooing and micropigmentation is a cosmetic technique that involves implanting colored pigments beneath the upper layers of the skin.
Is It Really Permanent?
Well, the reason that permanent makeup is also called semi-permanent makeup is that since the pigments are tattooed into the outermost layer of the skin, they eventually start to fade. However, the pigments cannot be washed off and depending on where they are placed, they can last between one to five years.