Getting permanent makeup, also known as cosmetic tattooing, can help save you time from your beauty routine each day and can even be beneficial if you have overly sensitive skin and can’t wear makeup. At Women's Health Center of Clarksville, William McIntosh, MD, Lisa McIntosh, MD, and the team of aesthetic experts provide innovative permanent makeup services right in the office. Find out if permanent makeup is right for you by booking a consultation at this Clarksville, Tennessee, practice today. Schedule your visit online or over the phone.
Permanent makeup is one of the fastest-growing segments of the beauty and aesthetic industry. The process of getting permanent makeup is a lot like getting a traditional tattoo: Your practitioner applies the pigment into your skin’s deeper layers with a needle-like tool. With permanent makeup though, pigmented ink isn’t implanted quite as deep as a tattoo.
Permanent makeup is an entirely personalized and individualized service designed to enhance your natural beauty and features. At Women's Health Center of Clarksville, you can receive any of the following permanent makeup solutions.
You can even get permanent makeup treatments to fill in sparse areas in your eyebrows, so you can have fuller, thicker-looking brows.
One of the many reasons permanent makeup continues to be an in-demand service is because it gives you some of your time back. Applying liners or thickening out your eyebrows is one less thing you’re going to have to worry about while getting ready for the day.
But permanent makeup benefits go beyond time-saving aesthetic enhancements. If you have overly sensitive skin and find that just about any type of makeup irritates your skin or eyes, permanent makeup may be right for you.
Additionally, permanent makeup serves as a lifesaver if you have overly oily skin or live in a hot or humid climate. These circumstances would otherwise leave you with makeup running down your face. But with permanent makeup from Women's Health Center of Clarksville, you won’t have to worry about smudging or smearing another day.
Just like with a traditional tattoo, it takes your skin some time to heal after getting a permanent makeup treatment as pigment gradually starts to settle in. Usually, you achieve optimal results within about three to four weeks of your permanent makeup session at Women's Health Center of Clarksville.
Depending on your specific service and skin type, your permanent makeup treatment can last for up to two years (or more) before you need a touch-up service.
Learn more about permanent makeup solutions offered at Women's Health Center of Clarksville by scheduling a consultation online. You can also call to speak with a team member.
Individual results may vary.