Permanent makeup is a procedure that can benefit to anyone who desires to naturally amplify or restore their appearance without the hassle of daily makeup application.
This procedure has many reference names which often times confuses people. Not to worry, Ruth Swissa is here to break things down.
Some of the more conventional names include:
Permanent Makeup, Cosmetic Tattooing, or Makeup Tattoo
Here are the more obscure names:
Micropigmentation, Medical Tattooing, Dermagraphics, or Micropigment Implantation
These all mean the same thing!
Ruth Swissa offers many permanent makeup enhancements, which include:
- Full Lip
- Scar Camouflage
- Areola Pigmentation
- Cosmetic Hair Follicle Replication
I was all for permanent make-up and thought it was the best idea I’d ever heard of. I’ve had full lips done 3 times but I have such a dry mouth, the color won’t hold. It’s so painful I’ve decided not to have the lips done again although I love having the color and being able to tell I have lips.
I also love the permanent eye liner, both upper and lower. I’ve had these done twice and one touch up. The first time I had procedures done, I’m convinced the artist didn’t know what she was doing. The second artist I had worked miracles. My eyeliner was still strong when I changed facial wash and it took off my upper eyeliner. I went to a different individual to have the upper eyeliner touched up and she caused a corneal abrasion. I knew she was rushing the procedure and I told she needed to use a lot of lubricating water. She continued to rush.
My eye surgeron told me the ink of the tatto builds up under the eye lid and under the lower lid even when it wears off on the eye on the outside. When the buildup occurs, this causes the eye to be more suseptible to corneal abresions, etc.
Bottom line, I need a touch up on my eyes but my husband and eye surgeon would shoot me if I had it done again.
Here at Ruth Swissa we work with numerous plastic surgeons, so we can definitely fix your eyeliner. It’s very important that you feel confident with whoever is doing your permanent makeup. You can always refer back to our website for before and afters and a menu of services (www.RuthSwissa.com). Thank you very much.
I believe 100 percent in permanent make-up. I don’t want to give the wrong impression.
Ofcourse! It’s all about your comfort with whoever is doing your permanent makeup