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Tattooing: History and Popular Questions
Investigate the history of tattooing and browse through the answers to the questions which are commonly asked by the people who want to make a cosmetic tattoo.
Tattooing: History and Popular Questions

Thus the medical community has embraced cosmetic tattooing, recognizing its benefits in camouflaging scars, burns, and in breast reconstruction. Tattoos can be an enlivening form of personal expression, but cosmetic tattoos can also enhance your natural features, correct problem features, and give your self esteem a boost that comes from knowing you look your best every hour of the day.

tattooingThe Popular Questions
How long does cosmetic tattoo last?
The pigment is permanently implanted, but fading occurs over time. You’ll require touch ups over the years to maintain it.
The lighter colors will fade faster than the darker colors. The good news is you are never stuck with a color; it can be modified or changed.

What is cosmetic tattoo?
Non-allergenic pigments are blended for your specific color preference and are implanted into the dermis layer of the skin.

What tool to use?
A rotary machine and electric pen like machine especially designed for cosmetic tattoo. This evenly distributes and implants the color into the dermal layer of the skin. The soft, natural looking colors bring the best out of your features and result in a natural appearance, instead of the harsh traditional tattoo colors

Does cosmetic tattooing hurt?
A topical anesthetic is applied, so very little discomfort is experienced. Most clients say that the feeling is more a sensation.

Where do the colors come from?
The pigments come from the United States, and have been made with FDA approved ingredients. These pigments are made of iron oxides that are dispersed in alcohol and glycerin which are organic substances. All pigments are of the highest quality and have been approved for
Cosmetic Make up and Paramedical procedures. Allergies from these gamma sterilized pigments are rare.

How long does each procedure take?
It depends on the area treated. Eyebrows take approximately 45 minutes; Full lip creation (includes lipline) about 1 1/2 to 2 hours.



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