Yes it is possible. A combination of custom-blended pigment shades gives it a dimensional look.
Please visit www.spcp.org for a list of skilled technician in your area. Society of permanent cosmetic professionals is the larges...
The pigment must reach first layers of dermis in order to stay in the skin. The technician who worked on you is just not experienced and going back to her will not give you the result you are looking for.
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