Permanent Makeup Corrections
Unwanted permanent makeup?
Unsatisfied with the fading and color of your Microblading? Do not worry, we’ve got your back. Permanent makeup correction is the best method to enhance the look of your unattractive microblading fading by hiding pigments that have moved color in time or when it comes to inaccurate pigment color selection.
Permanent makeup correction is an alternative to removing those unwanted pigments with a laser or saline solution, and it can be done to address a variety of problems, such as irregular or unbalanced eyebrows, fading or staining of the pigment, or an overall modification in desired look.
The primary objective of the treatment is to cover the color that the pigments have actually faded into with an extra cosmetic tattoo in the opposite color. The color on the opposite side of the color wheel will neutralize and considerably reduce the exposure of the unattractive shade. For example, to correct red residues on the brows, an olive pigment will be tattooed over them. We comprehend how this sounds, but it will not lead to green eyebrows; the new color will neutralize the old one, leading to a brownish shade that can then be modified even more to the desired shade. To fix the color of eyebrow tattoos, the skin that has absorbed the undesirable pigment is microshaded with a correctly picked corrector shade.
The initial step is to select the suitable corrector shade. Permanent makeup color theory is the foundation for this, which may appear straightforward, however it takes years for our PMU artists to sharpen their color-matching capabilities.
Aside from finding the opposite color on the color wheel, we ‘d take into consideration your complexion, undertone (warm, cool, or neutral), nature (oily skin can impact color moving), and pigment composition.
The corrector will then be tattooed over the residues that need to be covered with a PMU maker. This is done in stages, with a number of passes. The artist can choose the required saturation and, if necessary, remedy the color even more by slowly saturating the area. The drawback is that multiple permanent makeup correction sessions might be needed. Nevertheless, taking things slowly will eliminate the opportunity of making a color error and making complex matters.
Nevertheless, since eyebrow PMU color correction is a shading approach, the definition of the microblading strokes can not be preserved. Therefore, the powder eyebrow effect is unavoidable, but it can be supplemented with extra nano- or microblading strokes to create a combo eyebrow result.
It is important to note that permanent makeup correction ought to only be done by a trained and knowledgeable professional. Inappropriate correction can trigger additional damage to the skin and might aggravate the issue. It’s constantly best to do correct homework and choose a respectable and knowledgeable expert for your correction.