Permanent Makeup Mishaps, Tips And Options For Botched Cosmetics
Permanent makeup, friend or foe? Expert medical aesthetician Theresa Garcia at Axiom Medical has the scoop. Garcia exposes the most common mishap and provides hope for those with already botched work with tips to avoid regret.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
Permanent makeup is a serious procedure that should not be taken lightly. When done well it can heed excellent results but it is important that the technician is skilled, experienced and is capable of providing you with your expected results. However, beware because eyebrow mishaps are a common problem.
Theresa Garcia, a permanent makeup artist, medical aesthetician and co-founder of Axiom Medical Spa in Las Vegas, specializes in correction and cosmetic tattoo removal of these “not so good” permanent makeup procedures. Theresa gets a substantial amount of patients who´s main issue are eyebrows that are not symmetrical and also that the solid color looks unnatural. According to Theresa, this is common correction request that she has to perform so frequently can very well be avoided.
Design Is The Key
One way to combat uneven eyebrows is that the procedure should always be drawn on prior to the actual implantation of pigment. The design should be drawn on the face and checked with the patient sitting up. The eyebrow area may look different when the patient is laying prone rather than sitting up. The use of different mirrors and hand mirrors to allow the patient to check all angles before giving approval should be implemented. Once the design is satisfactory to the patient, then the eyebrows can be implanted directly on top of the drawn on design. According to Theresa, these simple design rules help to aviod the most common mishaps with eyebrows.
Pain Is An Ulgy Matter
Another contributor to uneven eyebrows is lack of quality pain management. Theresa strongly endorses the use of a strong anesthetic. “A person in pain with out quality anesthetic will cringe and possibly move.” states Theresa. This distorted canvas and moving target is not ideal for the creation of the perfect eyebrow! Technicians who work in medical offices have access to the best numbing agents and prescription anesthetic. It is also Theresa’s experience that pain is not just uncomfortable but it can increase the risk of not getting the perfect outcome.
The Painted Lady
An unnatural appearance of the old solid, one color marker look may not be the desired outcome. The obvious tattoo look of traditional permanent cosmetics is a bit too bold or fake looking for some. Theresa has created the amazing Hair Stroke 3D Tri-Color Simulation process for the eyebrows that is much more attractive. The blended and powder finish of this unique process provides a stunning finish. An incredibly soft eyebrow can be achieved with the new 3D Tri-Color eyebrow technique. What Las Vegas thinks is beautiful permanent makeup is permanent cosmetics that do not look like a tattoo. 3D Tri-Color is the answer for the softer cosmetic enhancement.
Correction And Removal
If the basic steps the ensure a pleasing eyebrow have not been followed, do not worry as there is help. Theresa specializes in corrective procedures that do not require costly laser tattoo removal. Saline removal of cosmetic tattoo is procedure that only very few specialists have been trained to perform. This is a highly specialized treatment that many patients in need may not know about and very few technicians provide this service. Saline removal is very useful in more extreme cases. Many times just some color correction or minor pigment implantation can fix a botched job. Roughly half of the procedures Theresa does are corrective or removal of pre existing botched jobs and there is little she says that she has not seen. In her 16 years doing her craft, Theresa has seldom not been able to help a patient in need of correction or removal.
When a beauty buff is in the market for permanent eyebrows, it is crucial to do research, look at portfolios and make sure that the technicians style suits the personal taste of the consumer. Permanent makeup should be a lasting enhancement and never a regret.
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