Permanent Cosmetics (Derma Pigmentation) is a medically safe and state-of-the-art technique of inserting natural color enhancement into the dermal layer of your skin.
Our licensed Cosmetologist has over 30 years of experience in the field of Permanent Cosmetics.
"Permanent Cosmetics by Irene Negrini is developed for the busy person who has little or no time to apply conventional make-up"
• Athletic or very active people
• Those with oily skin, whose make-up seems to disappear
• Persons allergic to conventional make-up
• Anyone with limited hand movement
• Lady's that wear glasses or contact lenses
Essentially anyone who wants to enhance their natural appearance and look their best can benefit from Permanent Cosmetics.
What to expect during the recovery period?
Following the permanent cosmetic procedure, normal activities may be resumed while maintaining after-care instructions. Slight redness or swelling that my occur subsides quickly and cool compresses may be used. It is recommended that the treatment area be kept clean and a thin application of a topical ointment such as A and D or natural Shea Butter be applied. The topical ointment aides in minor sloughing and normal pigment fading that occurs during the healing process. Although initial healing varies, it heals up usually within five days and the overall healing is usually complete within three to five weeks.
Do I require more than one procedure?
Yes, however not in every case. A follow-up appointment to give greater density in the colouring may be scheduled in three to six weeks, when the overall healing process is completed. Generally, the recommended follow-up applications are performed within 30 days of the initial procedure and are performed at no additional fee. Maintenance or additional pigment applications are charged.
Are any special precautions necessary?
Fever blisters or cold sores may occur in association with lip procedures. Prior to having it done a physician should be contacted to obtain an appropriate prescribed medication. A perspective Permanent Cosmetic client may also wish to contact their physician for medical advise and or possible pre-medications, should the client any medical or otherwise condition that could result in an adverse reaction.
Permanent Cosmetic clients should also remember it is not advisable to accept any prescription drug advise from anyone other than a physician or pharmacist who is licensed to give such information.
How long does the procedure take?
A typical Permanent Cosmetic procedure usually takes an average of one hour to perform. However, times may vary with each individuals needs. Topical anaesthetics can be applied to reduce the discomfort of delicate skin.
You are in good hands!
Irene Negrini is a licensed Cosmetologist and is specialised in micro pigmentation. She has owned her own salons, as well as taught the art of permanent cosmetics in several beauty schools in the USA, Germany, Australia, Russia and Costa Rica. With over 35 years of experience your are in good hands!