Have you gotten permanent makeup removed?

  • Teri
  • 6 years ago

mine was really messed up on the eyebrows. Anybody have luck fixing their screwed up tattoos?

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What is the name of the tattoo removal salution?
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Usually a plain salt/saline solution works best on eyeliner. For brows there is tattoo vanish or rejuvi
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Hi everybody! I am a PMU artist from Greece! I am looking so hard to find a forum or a blog for Professionals to exchange opinions about colours, techniques, devices and e.t.c Can you recommend any? Thank you Daria.
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If your procedure looked good you probably would not want it removed. send me pic and i will see if I can help you find you someone who will.
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Yes, it can! I just removed blue eyebrows, completely after only one session, using my digital mashine/or could be any, micro needle and tattoo removal solution.But mostly eyebrows, not really eyeliner or lips!!!
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can you tell me how you did it and what i need ... i am desperatly trying to remove it thank you alot
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Hi there, any luck with removal? I am trying to do the same...Plz advise? Thanks
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Permanent makeup is a cosmetic tattoo. It can rarely be removed completely. Lasers are often ineffective on permanent cosmetics because titanium dioxide, present in almost all pigments can turn black in the skin if exposed to intense heat / light of some lasers. When considering the commitment of permanent cosmetics, it’s important to select the best technician possible. You must consider the commitment to be permanent and go into it with the knowledge that removal is very difficult if not impossible. The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals – SPCP - is the largest and oldest organization of cosmetic tattoo professionals and can be a great source of information for the person considering permanent makeup.  An experienced permanent cosmetic professional may be able to help with color correction and/or shape of an undesired or less than perfect existing application. For assistance with tattoo removal, consult a doctor who has experience in the area of permanent makeup removal.
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Permanent makeup can sometimes be removed by laser, however it may take several sessions and there are no guarantees. Eyeliner is more difficult to remove than brows or lips. The safest bet when choosing to commit to something permanent is to start out with a light, natural look. You can always add more color, but removing it is difficult. Stay away from pure black pigment in large quantities as it can sometimes discolor over time. Brown colors are a better choice, even for those with deeper hair and skin tones. Experienced, board-certified technicians can be found through the American Academy of Micropigmentation.  Always ask to see before-and-after photos and ask how much experience the technician has.
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