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Permanent Makeup Touch-Ups for Lips & Eyes


permanent makeup touch ups

Touch-ups are required to ensure that the benefits of permanent makeup are sustained over time.


Preserving Color Vibrancy:

The permanence of makeup doesn't exempt it from the natural fading process. Regular touch-ups act as a safeguard, preserving the vibrancy of the pigments and maintaining the intended color palette.


Ensuring Symmetry and Shape Integrity:

As the skin heals post-procedure, subtle alterations in shape and symmetry may occur. Touch-ups offer the opportunity to refine and uphold the desired appearance, ensuring features remain balanced and aligned.



Adapting to Skin Changes:

The skin undergoes transformations with time, and touch-ups allow for necessary adjustments to accommodate these changes. This ensures that the permanent makeup evolves harmoniously with the shifting dynamics of the skin.



Customization and Adjustments:

Personal preferences may shift, and touch-ups provide the means to tailor aspects such as color intensity and shape. This adaptability allows individuals to align their makeup with evolving tastes and preferences.



Extended Longevity:

Regular touch-ups contribute to the extended longevity of permanent makeup. This preventive approach helps maintain the freshness of enhancements, reducing the likelihood of more extensive corrections in the future.



Confidence Through Consistency:

Knowing that permanent makeup is consistently well-maintained fosters a sense of confidence. The assurance that features are refined and harmonized daily contributes to a positive self-image.



In the realm of permanent makeup, the path to sustained benefits involves regular touch-ups. Far from being a mere aesthetic necessity, these sessions play a crucial role in upholding the integrity of the makeup, ensuring its longevity and continued alignment with individual preferences.


☞ Before booking your appointment, please read permanent makeup FAQ to make sure you are a good candidate.


☞ Consultation should be booked minimum 48 hours before your procedure.









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