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Can Microblading and Permanent Makeup be Removed?

Can Microblading and Permanent Makeup be Removed?

Can Microblading and Permanent Makeup be Removed?

Proper Removal and Fading of Microblading and Permanent Makeup:

Removing or fading of Microblading and Permanent Makeup can be a complex process and should have professional oversight. At Allure Infinite Beauty we have experience in all of the different methods of removal depending on your candidacy. There are many factors that will determine whether you are a candidate for removal and other variables such as:

How old is the pigment?
Was it applied professionally?
What colors of ink are involved?
What is your nationality and skin type?
Is this Microblading or Permanent Makeup?

Creating a cascade of questions depending on the answers to the above.

Microblading and Permanent Makeup removal can be done through different methods, depending on the technique used for the initial procedure and the desired outcome. Here is a general overview of the process:

Permanent makeup

1. Consultation: The first step is the schedule a consultation with one of our professional tattoo removal technicians that specializes in Microblading and Permanent Makeup removal. During the consultation, you technician will assess your current makeup, discuss your goals and timeline, and recommend the best course of action and expectations.

2. Treatment Options: There are several methods of removing Microblading and Permanent Makeup, Including Laser Hair Removal, Saline Removal, Microneedling, and Co2 Laser Resurfacing. Your technician will determine the most suitable method depending on your goals, expectation, and desired result.

3. Procedure: The actual removal process will depend on the chosen method. Laser Tattoo Removal uses specific wavelengths of light to break down the particles of pigment. Microblading and Permanent Makeup pigment typically has a stronger red base color, so make sure your technician has all three wavelengths of laser available such as 1064nm / 532nm / and 694nm, otherwise there are some color tones that will be missed. Saline removal involves tattooing a Saline solution into the area to slowly dilute and lift the pigment from the skin in the form of a scab. Microneedling will create controlled micro-injuries to help the skin expel the pigment and can be combined with Saline for a better result. Rejuvi Tattoo Removal paste is another option, but tends to be very harsh on the skin, so this is always used as a last resort but is a very powerful solution to your problem. Co2 Laser, used only by professionals helps get rid of late-stage tattoos, microblading and permanent makeup by fractionally vaporizing the skin in the area causing the ink to break up and expel from the skin, while this method is more invasive, it tends to work better on very stubborn permanent makeup pigment especially when you aren’t a candidate for other laser tattoo removal methods.

Permanent makeup

4. Healing and Aftercare: After the procedure it is essential to follow your technician’s aftercare instructions. This will include keeping the area clean and dry, avoiding sun exposure, and applying recommended aftercare ointments to promote the healing process and prevent infection if the skin has been opened.

5. Follow up appointments: Depending on the method of removal chosen and used, multiple sessions may be required to achieve your desired result. Follow up appointments will also allow your technician to observe clinical endpoints, fading progress, and any necessary adjustments that may need to be made.

6. Results: The final results of microblading and permanent makeup removal will vary depending on factors such as the type of pigment used, the depth of the original procedure, individual skin characteristics and your own personal health. It will be important to have realistic expectations about the outcome of your procedure and to communicate openly with your technician throughout the process.

It is crucial that you choose a qualified and experienced professional for microblading and permanent makeup removal to ensure safe and effective results. Microblading and permanent makeup removal has many different variables than the basic tattoo removal of most clinics. Always research potential technicians, ask for before and after photos, and inquire about their training, experience and credentials before proceeding with your treatment.