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cosmetic tattoo artistry Dallas

WHAT IS COSMETIC TATTOOING? Cosmetic tattooing, also referred to as permanent makeup, is the process of depositing color pigment beneath the surface of your skin by means of tiny, sterile, disposable needles. This method will produce the appearance of hair strokes, makeup, or enhance the natural features of your face. There are quite a few techniques I offer, so please see the service tab for more details! IS MICROBLADING THE SAME THING? Yes, microblading is just one cosmetic tattooing technique among several permanent makeup services I offer my clients. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COSMETIC TATTOOING AND STANDARD BODY TATTOOING? The purpose of cosmetic tattooing is to enhance the natural features of a client. Cosmetic tattooing is softer and more subtle than regular tattoo work – it is meant to be a natural-looking enhancement. Body tattoos use permanent ink, while cosmetic tattoo procedures involve a more diluted version of an ink/pigment. IS COSMETIC TATTOOING ACTUALLY PERMANENT? These pigments are designed to gently fade over time. Fading is desired as it allows the artist to make changes to color and shape over the years as each client’s natural coloration and facial changes occur. DOES COSMETIC TATTOOING HURT? A highly- effective, topical anesthetic gel is used to numb the area during the second pass of your procedure. If you prefer to be numb for the first pass before I can use the numbing gel, you MUST arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. I can confidently say that, pre-numbing before the first pass is not a necessity for most clients. But if you're more on the sensitive side, than I would recommend coming in early to numb your skin beforehand.  Pain threshold levels vary from person to person, and every effort is made to ensure you remain comfortable for the entirety of the procedure.
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