Correction&Removal- after bad done permanent make-up - Beautifully defined
Do you desire to be beautiful throughout the day or night, but your express morning make-up does not seize the assets of your apperanceto let you feel fresh and feminine all day?
Correction&Removal- after bad done permanent make-up
Linergists ARTIDERM® also can solve problems in very difficult situations, when coming to them women who are unhappy with permanent makeup treatments undertaken by other clinics or salons, either because the work is inappropriate or has not been carried out to a sufficiently high standard.
Basic Permanent Makeup Correction
Our hight experience specialists , know all beauty rules, and are able to advise and assist in the correction of permanent make-up disasters or permanent makeup gone wrong for clients seeking expertise in this area.
If you have had your permanent makeup done elsewhere and are unhappy with the result please get in touch. In many cases we are able to correct permanent makeup disasters so do not hesitate to contact us for permanent makeup advice and corrective treatments wherever possible.If your permanent make up cannot be amended, for example because it is incorrectly placed or an uneven or unflattering shape, I will refer you to one of our recognised laser practitioners. If the colour is incorrect or undesirable, it may be possible to lighten it using specialist techniques. If this procedure is needed, you will be supported every step of the way.Most procedures that need to be corrected are a result pigments being placed into the skin by poorly skilled technicians. They have not been educated in the science of colour or placement and have not carried out a detailed consultation with you, and this can produce unsightly results.Placing colour on the skin is far more complex than painting on a white canvas. There is no precise colour formula for everyone; what is of prime importance is an educated knowledge of skin undertones and the permanent makeup pigments available.This is why permanent and semi permanent make up should be considered both a science and an art.The selection of colour for eyebrows or especially lips is dependent on many factors, includingThe selection of colour for eyebrows or especially lips is dependent on many factors, including the basic natural colouring of the person having the treatment. Did you know that skin can be classified into many different categories regardless of ethnicity?
An untrained and inexperienced technician is unlikely to recognise the difference between a ‘translucent’ and ‘transparent’ skin; between an ‘olive’ and a ‘sallow’ skin or between a ‘peaches and cream’ and a ‘rosy’ undertone.
Before Correction procedure
LIPS. Very important. It is recommended to take pills against herpes, prescribed by doctor (e.g. HEVIRAN 800 - twice a day, 3 days before and 3 days after treatment) including a follow up treatment.
It is also advisable to moisturise and smooth a lip area to ensure an even and attractive-looking effect of Conture®Make-up.you should take special care of the skin around your lips. We also recommend several microdermabrasion, cavitation or soft peeling treatments around lips area. They will make your skin smoother and moisturized. Skin prepared in this way will absorb pigment better.
EYEBROW. Linergists® recommended leaving eyebrows unplucked for about 1 month. It creates the oportunity to ideally match the shape and use hair line for a better natural effect of LTL-Elite® make-up.
EYELINER. It is recomendet to take a homeopatic pills containing arnica (placed under your tongue) or Aescin (herbal pill with extract of chest horsenut tree seeds) in case of sensitive eyes and puffines-prone lids. It is also desirable to have a good night’s sleep before the treatment, to make sure your eyes are rested. If you are dyeing your eye-lashes with henna, it is good to do it before treatment, that your look can be more fresh.
After Correction procedure
Immediately after micropigmentation the colour is more intensive even in cases of lighter pigments and natural tehnique. 3-5 days after the treatment epidermis starts exfoliating discretely, an initial make-up fades by 50% in the period 5-10 days after the treatment compared with the primary result, it is a natural process of epidermis regeneration.
After about two weeks from the first applikation a free, FOLLOW-UP Treatment is necessary to strengthen and preserve the effect of pigment application.
SOMETIMES WE NEED MORE THAN TWO TREATMENTS TO COVER BAD DONE PERMANENT MAKE-UP.
During two weeks after the treatment pigmented areas sould be treated very delicately:
* can't be washed, rubbed or treated with any other cosmetics than those recommended by a lingerist.
* the sauna, solarium, swimming pool, lke etc. are advised against.
* apply any lipsticks or pencil are also not indicated.
* during three days after treatment protect your new pigmented eyebrow and lips area by treating with a very thin layer of a special Vitamine E cream that you receive from your linergists® (Not use cream on pigmented eyes area!!!)
* the skin care cream for face should be patted in at a distance of 0.5-1 cm from the lines.
Caution! Following above skincare instructions guarantees full and beautiful effect. If the linergists recommendations are not followed, some discolourations or alergy may appear.
* you should prevent the pigmented skin from drying out and avoid tanning. Also avoid aggresive peelings in the area of permanent make-up.
It is recomended to refresh, possibly replace with a different colour or reshape a procedure area every 1,5 year to preserve an ideal form.
Contraindications against the procedure
Infections, active herpes, active diabetes, psoriasis, taking steroids and pregnancy (when under possible stress).
Laser Tatoo and Permanent Removal
It is estimated that close to 10% of the population has some sort of tattoo or permanent make-up. Eventually, as many as 50% of them want to have laser tattoo removal. There is good news for those who have an unwanted body design. New laser tattoo removal techniques can eliminate your tattoo with minimal side effects.
Here's how it works: lasers remove tattoos by breaking up the pigment colors of the tattoo with a high-intensity light beam.
Black tattoo pigment absorbs all laser wavelengths, making it the easiest to treat. Other colors can only be treated by selected lasers based upon the pigment color.
Because each tattoo and old permanent make-up is unique, removal techniques must be tailored to suit each individual case. In the past, tattoos could be removed by a wide variety of methods but, in many cases, the scars were more unsightly than the tattoo itself.Patients with previously treated tattoos may also be candidates for laser therapy. Tattoos that have not been effectively removed by other treatments or through home remedies may respond well to laser therapy providing the prior treatments did not result in excessive scarring.
What Can I Expect During Laser Tattoo Removal?
Depending on the size and color of your tattoo, the number of treatments will vary. Your tattoo may be removed in two to four visits, though many more sessions may be necessary. You should schedule a consultation, during which time a trained professional will evaluate your personal situation and advise you on the process.Treatment with the laser varies from patient to patient depending on the age, size, and type of tattoo (amateur or professional). The color of the patient's skin, as well as the depth to which the tattoo pigment extends, will also affect the removal technique.In general, this is what will happen during an office visit for tattoo removal using the newer lasers:Protective eye shields are placed on the patient.The skin's reaction to the laser is tested to determine the most effective energy for treatment.The treatment itself consists of placing a hand piece against the surface of the skin and activating the laser light. As many patients describe it, each pulse feels like a grease splatter or the snapping of a rubber band against the skin.Smaller tattoos require fewer pulses while larger ones require more. In either case, the tattoo requires several treatments and multiple visits. At each treatment, the tattoo should become progressively lighter.
Immediately following treatment, an ice pack is applied to soothe the treated area.
The patient will then be asked to apply a topical antibiotic cream or ointment.
A bandage or patch will be used to protect the site and it should likewise be covered with a sun block when out in the sun.
Most patients do not require any anesthesia. However, depending on the location of the tattoo and the pain threshold for the patient, the physician may elect to use some form of anesthesia (topical anesthesia cream at the site of the procedure about half hour before treatment).