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 Q & A Permanent makeup

  • What is permanent makeup?

    • Permanent makeup, also known as micro pigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, involves the application of pigments into the skin to create long-lasting enhancements resembling makeup.

  • What are the common procedures in permanent makeup?

    • Common procedures include eyebrow microblading, eyeliner tattooing, lip color enhancement, and scar camouflage.

  • How long does permanent makeup last?

    • Permanent makeup can last anywhere from 2 to 3 years, depending on factors such as skin type, color choice, and aftercare. Yearly color boost touch up may require to keep up the 

  • Is permanent makeup painful?

    • Pain levels vary from person to person, but most clients report feeling some discomfort during the procedure. Topical anesthetics are typically applied to minimize discomfort.

  • How should I prepare for a permanent makeup procedure?

    • Preparation may include avoiding blood-thinning medications, alcohol, and caffeine prior to the appointment, as well as discussing any medical conditions or allergies with the technician.

  • How long does a permanent makeup procedure take?

    • The duration of the procedure varies depending on the area being treated, but it typically takes between 1 to 3 hours.

  • What is the healing process for permanent makeup?

    • The healing process typically involves initial redness and swelling, followed by scabbing and flaking as the skin heals. It's essential to follow aftercare instructions provided by the technician to ensure proper healing and optimal results.

  • What is the aftercare routine for permanent makeup?

    • Aftercare instructions may include avoiding water, sun exposure, and makeup on the treated area for a few days, as well as applying prescribed ointments to aid in healing.

  • Can I still wear traditional makeup over permanent makeup?

    • Yes, you can still wear traditional makeup over permanent makeup after it fels, although it may not be necessary as the enhancements are designed to mimic makeup.

  • What factors can affect the longevity of permanent makeup?

    • Factors such as sun exposure, skincare routines, and individual skin characteristics can affect how long permanent makeup lasts before needing touch-ups.

Q & A For Threading

  • What is eyebrow threading?

    • Eyebrow threading is a hair removal technique that originated in South Asia and the Middle East. It involves twisting a thin cotton thread around unwanted eyebrow hairs and pulling them out from the follicle.

  • How does eyebrow threading compare to other hair removal methods?

    • Compared to methods like waxing or tweezing, threading is generally considered to be more precise and less painful. It also doesn't involve the use of any chemicals or hot substances, making it suitable for those with sensitive skin.

  • Does eyebrow threading hurt?

    • Pain levels can vary from person to person, but many find threading to be less painful than other methods like waxing. The sensation is often described as a quick pinch or slight discomfort.

  • How long does eyebrow threading take?

    • The time it takes to thread eyebrows depends on factors such as the individual's hair growth and the desired shape. On average, it usually takes about 10 to 15 minutes.

  • How often should I get my eyebrows threaded?

    • This varies from person to person, but most people find that they need to get their eyebrows threaded every 2 to 4 weeks to maintain their shape.

  • Can anyone get their eyebrows threaded?

    • Eyebrow threading is generally suitable for most people, but it may not be recommended for those with certain skin conditions or who are using certain medications. It's always a good idea to consult with a professional if you have any concerns.

  • Is there anything I should do to prepare for eyebrow threading?

    • It's best to avoid plucking or waxing your eyebrows for at least two weeks before your threading appointment to ensure that the hairs are long enough to be threaded. You can also trim any excessively long hairs before your appointment if needed.

  • Are there any aftercare tips for eyebrow threading?

    • After threading, it's common for the skin to be slightly red or sensitive. You can apply a soothing gel or cream to help calm the skin. Avoid touching or rubbing the threaded area and refrain from applying makeup or harsh products for at least 24 hours.

  • Can eyebrow threading cause any side effects?

    • While uncommon, some people may experience minor side effects such as redness, swelling, or temporary skin irritation. These usually subside within a few hours to a day.

  • Where can I get my eyebrows threaded?

    • Many beauty salons, spas, and brow bars offer eyebrow threading services. It's important to choose a reputable establishment with experienced threading technicians for the best results.

  • Certainly! Here's a comparison between eyebrow threading and waxing:

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  • Technique:

    • Threading: Threading involves using a thin cotton or polyester thread to twist around unwanted eyebrow hairs and pull them out from the follicle. The thread is twisted and maneuvered to remove rows of hair quickly and precisely.

    • Waxing: Waxing involves applying a layer of warm or cold wax over the eyebrow area. A cloth or paper strip is then pressed onto the wax, and quickly pulled off against the direction of hair growth, removing the hairs from the root.

  • Precision:

    • Threading: Threading is known for its precision, allowing the technician to target individual hairs or small groups of hairs. This precision makes it ideal for shaping eyebrows with clean, defined lines.

    • Waxing: While waxing can also remove multiple hairs at once, it may not offer the same level of precision as threading. It can sometimes remove more hair than intended, leading to less precise shaping.

  • Pain and Sensitivity:

    • Threading: Many people find threading to be less painful than waxing. While threading can cause a quick pinch or discomfort, it typically involves less pulling on the skin compared to waxing.

    • Waxing: Waxing involves a more sudden and forceful removal of hair, which some people may find more painful, especially on sensitive areas of the skin.

  • Suitability for Sensitive Skin:

    • Threading: Threading is generally considered to be suitable for sensitive skin because it doesn't involve the use of any chemicals or hot substances. It's less likely to cause irritation or allergic reactions.

    • Waxing: Some people with sensitive skin may experience redness, irritation, or even allergic reactions after waxing, particularly if they have a sensitivity to the wax or other ingredients used in the process.

  • Duration of Results:

    • Threading: The results of threading typically last about 2 to 4 weeks, similar to waxing. However, because threading removes hair from the root, some people may find that their regrowth is finer and less

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