The Cost of Permanant Makeup & Cosmetic Tattoos

beauty-priceHere we’ll look at how much you can expect to pay for permanent makeup. These are general figures to give you a rough idea.

Sometimes pricing schemes can also differ. For example, some salons may include the touch up session in the price, because they’re so likely to be needed.

It’s also important to note that special requirements may cost more, such as extra thickness, darker colors, or more complex styles.

As usual you’ll also get standard variation depending on location. For example an exclusive area in a big city could increase the price by roughly 50%. A very good reputation can also, justifiably so, increase the cost.

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Semi Permanent Eyebrow Tattoos

Eyebrow tattoos are one of the most common forms of cosmetic tattooing. This is because they can actually be done under existing eyebrow hair. Consequently, they’re very subtle and natural looking while providing increased definition without the need for extra makeup.

The procedure will involve the drawing of lots of little eyebrow hairs onto your eyebrows. This gives realistic results even when looked at close up. Although for the most natural results, eyebrow hair is recommended, it’s perfectly acceptable to have the tattoo done without hair.

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Permanent Makeup & Cosmetic Tattoos FAQ

Permanent or semi permeant makeup has a number of advantages over traditional makeup application. It’s possible to apply this sort of makeup (also known as makeup tattoos) to the eyebrows, lips and eyes. In recent years the quality of this procedure has greatly improved due to various beautician and tattoo artists specializing in this area.

Advantages & Disadvantages

One of the main advantages is that you can get the exact makeup you want, perfectly done, every single morning without any effort. There aren’t any smudges or imperfections. You also need to remember that you can save quite a bit of money since you’ll no longer need to pay for as many cosmetics.
However you’ll need to stick with the same style and be happy with the work done in the first place. If you’re not then you may need to go through some painful tattoo removal. You’ll also need to deal with initial pain and after care the tattoo requires. It’s also probable that you’ll need a top up after your initial session, and perhaps years down the line as some of the colors fade.

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