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Permanent make-up, or micro-implantation of the pigment into the skin by a special device, is mainly used for the treatment of eyebrows, lips, and correction of visual defects. This technique is based on the modification of the old tattoo art, the basic difference being the depth of the pigment implementation.

Permanent make-up  - Practice since 1996, hundreds of satisfied clients

In recent years, more and more customers have been using  permanent makeup and tattoo designs , or  permanent makeup . This can help to correct some defects in beauty such as  missing eyebrows ,  highlighting the eyebrows itself  or  eye lines  or  contours of the lips , some scars or spots can be corrected  . Do not forget that the contours are really contours, and you'll still need makeup. Women who miss their eyebrows very much appreciate this method, they do not have to watch in the pool, by the sea, in the morning after waking, etc.

Temporary Tattoos The
procedure is done in the same way as  permanent make-up , only pictures are tattooed according to the customer's choice . If you do not like permanent tattoos, you can use a  temporary tattoo  (this can also be re-colored with a permanent color).

Permanent make-up , or micro-implantation of the pigment into the skin by a  special device,  is mainly used  for the treatment of eyebrows, lips, and correction of visual defects . This technique is based on the modification of the old tattoo art, the basic difference being the  depth of the pigment implementation . Permanent make-up is a temporary makeup method  . The upper layer of skin with a special needle implants natural dyes to adjust the shape and color of eyebrows, lips or eye lines. Each treatment in our salon is preceded by a non-binding and free consultation where the beautician will give you all the details and advice. Local anesthetics are used for each session. 

(Eyebrows and lips are prematurely crushed about 60 minutes by Emla ointment, the eyelines are not dying before, the anesthetic is painted after the first pass, but Emla is not suitable for eyeliner). 

The duration of one session is between 30 and 120 minutes.  If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Jitka for consultation. 

Important recommendations:

Permanent make-up is generally not recommended if slow skin lesions remain skin scars, you are allergic and your skin tends to hyperpigmentation

before the procedure, be relaxed

to prevent haze, use enough vitamin before the procedure

the day of application may be a slight swelling around the pigmented site

1-2 days after application instead of water

3-5 days after application, eyebrow color is 60% darker than the selected shade

3-5 days after application to maintain the pigmented site in dryness

3-5 days of patience before the scars begin to peel off the paint will have a finer and more natural shade a week not to go to the pool and sauna

    do not use a pigmented makeup or other cosmetic products

    do not remove spruces from violence

    to protect the place from the direct sun and sunshine by the SPF 50 factor

    place after treatment with a special cream

    do not use bleach creams with AHA acid at the application site

    When eyelash or eyebrow dyeing count on shorter duration of permanent makeup due to the use of peroxide

Health contraindications of permanent make-up

Permanent make up is an activity that violates the integrity of human skin, penetrates under the skin, causes bleeding, and directly introduces into the body foreign substances (dyes) that can cause more serious complications in certain cases. Permanent make-up can only be done on an absolutely healthy skin without any disease symptoms. It goes without saying that people suffering from certain illnesses can not permanently suffer.

Diabetes mellitus - Generally, we can characterize it as an increased blood glucose concentration and loss of sugar in the urine. Due to high blood sugar, skin healing takes longer and permanent makeup can cause non-healing fungal or purulent diseases. If a person is a heavy diabetic, it is not always recommended and is an unnecessary risk.

Infectious disease - Permanent make-up should not be done in people suffering from any infectious disease - viral hepatitis, AIDS (from the point of view of protecting one's own health, but also the health of other clients, it is necessary to approach everyone as if he were HIV positive), respiratory tract illness, various viroses but also banal rhymes.

Allergy - if a client is a heavy allergic person suffering from exacerbations or intolerances of different metals that may cause difficulty in contact with the skin, permanent makeup can not be done due to poor healing of the site.

Skin disease - If a client suffers from any skin disease (psoriasis, fungal disease, etc.), PM can not be performed. Only skin healthy with no obvious symptoms of any disease.

Opary - If a client suffers from a hair loss and is interested in permanent make-up of lips, it should be noted that the likelihood of haze after PM is relatively large.

Keloid scars - if the client tends to create keloid scars, it is better not to make permanent make-up because the resulting effect may not be optimal.

Pregnancy - if we are interested in permanent make-up during pregnancy, puerperium, or breastfeeding period, you should omit this and wait for a period of at least 3 months after breastfeeding. It represents both a physical and psychological burden and at this time both are not appropriate.

People under the influence of alcohol or other narcotic substances, every person should be responsible for permanent make-up and alcohol or other drugs can cause increased bleeding.

Blood Diseases - Clients with blood clotting disorders or other blood diseases can not permanently undergo

Persons who are mentally unstable - permanent make-up is a part of the affliction, and it is necessary to consider the degree of risk, especially for people sensitive to pain. In addition, people with any mental stress or illness should think well.

Blood donors - If you are a volunteer blood donor, it is important to consider that blood donation is forbidden for 1 year after tattooing (permanent make-up, piercing, endoscopic laparoscopic surgery).

Children and minors - permanent only from the age of 18, when a person is legally responsible. Until then, parental consent is required. However, it is better to wait until the age of 18 due to psychological, physical and social maturity.

 - We recommend diabetes, thyroid malignancy and blood thinning patients to consult your doctor.