How many hours a week do you spend putting on makeup? Applying eyeliner, mascara, and lip liner can eat away at your precious time. At Deborah Freeman MacDonald, R.E. Inc, which has locations in Hopedale and Framingham, Massachusetts, their team of skilled laser and skin care specialists offer permanent makeup options to help you reclaim the hours of your life you’d typically spend applying makeup. If you’re ready to try permanent makeup, call Deborah Freeman MacDonald, R.E. Inc, or book an appointment online today.
Permanent makeup is a form of cosmetic tattooing that involves the strategic placement of pigment in areas you want to enhance, such as your eyes or lips. Most people choose permanent makeup to avoid time-consuming makeup applications, like eyeliner, mascara, and lip liner.
Other permanent applications, such as lip blushing, can give you the long-term appearance of lipstick or tinted lip balm.
Because makeup is a personal preference, it’s important to discuss your goals and expectations before your first application. The team offers more than 100 customized pigment options to achieve the look you want.
Depending on where you want the makeup applied, the team will walk you through exactly where the makeup line will be and what you can expect from your results.
Much like a tattoo, the team applies your makeup pigment with a small tool that implants pigment into your skin. They follow along your natural lash or lip line to give you the most natural results possible.
After your initial visit, you must return to the office for a six-week touch-up to add color and thickness to your permanent makeup.
Your comfort is of the utmost importance to the trained specialists at Deborah Freeman MacDonald, R.E. Inc. Before your treatment, the team applies an anesthetic to numb any pain or discomfort you may experience.
Much like microblading, permanent makeup typically lasts around 12-18 months, but you can extend your results with routine maintenance treatments. Permanent makeup gradually fades over time, so the results continue to look natural and subtle.
Immediately after your treatment, your permanent makeup may look thicker and darker than expected. Most people describe it as the consistency and shade of liquid eyeliner. This is because the ink is still very pigmented.
Over the coming days and weeks, this pigment gradually fades to a more natural-looking shade that enhances your features.
If you’re tired of spending hours in front of the mirror trying to get your lip color or eyeliner right, permanent makeup can save you time and money on makeup. To find out if permanent makeup is right for you, call Deborah Freeman MacDonald, R.E. Inc, or book an appointment online today.