Permanent makeup or PMU has been gaining in popularity, and it’s easy to see why. Lip blush, permanent eyeliner and powder brows can streamline your beauty routine and improve your self-assurance because you always look your best. Learn more about this truly customizable beauty treatment embraced by women of all ages. 

How Long Does It Take?

Initially, you’ll meet with a PMU artist for a consultation. Then, depending on whether you want a soft and natural look or prefer something bold and dramatic, you can expect your service to take roughly two hours. A follow-up appointment 6-8 weeks later lets the PMU artist perfect the color and intensity of your makeup after it’s had a chance to heal.

Does It Hurt?

Pain tolerance varies among people, but you can take comfort in knowing that your PMU artist will apply a topical anesthetic that will lightly numb the area to be treated. The makeup pigment is applied with a digital tattoo machine that works quickly and precisely to minimize discomfort. 

How Long Does It Last?

Depending on the type of makeup application you get and how you take care of it, you can expect it to last six months to one year. Some people experience fading and patchiness before that; a lot depends on your skin and how it accepts the pigment. Touch-ups are required to keep it looking good.

Interested in Permanent Makeup Services Near Marysville?

Beauty Elite is your locally owned lash, brow and PMU salon featuring state-of-the-art services in our comfortable spa-like setting. Our highly creative team of experienced beauty artists and artists offers precision eyelash, brow and permanent makeup services to give you a look you love. Contact us today to book your consultation and discover the difference that lip blush, powder brows and permanent eyeliner can make in your confidence.

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Posted on June 2, 2022 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business