Can your skin take permanent makeup color and then several years later refuse the color? What would be the reasons for this?
Byon 18 Jan 2012
I got permanent makeup several years ago by an artist that was very talented and experienced in this field. My eyebrows, liner and lips came out beautiful. I loved it! After four years the eyebrows faded, which after speaking to other people, this was a very long time for them to last. I moved to another state and searched for over a year for another artist. I finally found someone that seemed to have the experience and training that I was looking for. After going to this artist three times, I now have scarring from corrections from the first line she did and also they color did not turn out right. It is more of a blue color than dark brown and also only one eyeliner took and the other side didn't. Being very disappointed, I called the original artist to see if there was any reason the color would not take this time as it took so very well the first time. After getting both artist together, the new one is refunding my money and I am returning to original one for corrections on the mess that is on my face now. Has anyone experienced this where the pigment would not take? I was told by the original artist that there should be no apparent reason that there should have been any trouble since my color took so well the first time. Also, my lips after seven years are still holding color.