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Permanent Cosmetics of Riverton Utah

Shelly at Permanent Cosmetics of Utah offers permanent makeup for eyebrows, eyeliner, areola, lip liner & lip color, Full Face permanent make up, and AKC Animal | Equestrian in Riverton.

Permanent Cosmetics of Utah also specializes in areola restoration for breast cancer victims.

Permanent Cosmetics in Riverton uses these methods when applying permanent makeup, Softap, The Dixon technique, micro blade all of which provide the most natural looking, gentlest and precise way of applying permanent makeup.

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Permanent Cosmetics Eyebrows

Anyone who desires fullness or definition to their eyebrows will benefit from permanent eyebrows. From a few strokes to fill small areas to total brow recreation, you can have the freedom of never using an eyebrow pencil again.

New techniques also mean that now it is possible to create eyebrows with a three-dimensional appearance. For Permanent Cosmetics of Utah clients who have no hair growth in their eyebrows due to over tweezing or Alopeacia, this is an exciting new development. Using a variety of subtle techniques in conjunction, natural looking hair strokes can be achieved.

Permanent Cosmetics Eyeliner

From a soft, natural looking enhancement to a more defined line – the choice is yours! Permanent eyeliner can be applied in many styles and colors. Whatever look you choose, you will wake up, shower, exercise, work, gym, swim and go to bed always looking your best.

New techniques are continually being technologically advanced that yield outstanding results for permanent eyeliner. Using a blend of layering and shadowing we can create a softer expression without hard lines.

Permanent Cosmetics Lip Liner & Lip Color

Lip liner can be applied to give more definition, correct uneven lips, or add fullness to the mouth. The procedure also helps prevent lipstick from bleeding and can minimize the appearance of wrinkles. Or, forget the lipstick altogether and add full lip color!

Full lip color can be applied in a natural hue or a more vivid one. Wear it alone or apply different shades of lipstick over your permanent lip color – you will find the color lasts all day.

Permanent Cosmetics Areola Pigmentation & Restoration

Each year, many women are told they have breast cancer, which is devastating. Mastectomy is sometimes performed, which involved removing all or part of the breast.

Salt Lake City Plastic Surgeons can recreate the breast using breast reconstruction surgery, but not the areola.

However, with Permanent Cosmetics of Utah in Riverton, we can restore the areola and give back what was taken away. The technique for recreating the areola is a delicate one, and involves intensifying the color of an areola and pigmenting in a three-dimensional nipple. The results are simply stunning.

Only few Cosmetologists are trained for this specialized area. Shelly Bohman and Permanent Cosmetics of Utah in Riverton is dedicated to providing the highest quality service in this much-needed area of the Salt Lake City medical community.

Who benefits from Permanent Eyeliner and Eyelash Enhancement?

• People who have allergies to traditional makeup

• People who have active sports and fitness lifestyles

• People who are busy and constantly on the go

• People who want to avoid a “runny eyeliner”

• People who have difficulty applying their makeup because of poor vision, arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis

• People who want to accentuate their eyes

PERMANENT EYELINER AND EYELASH ENHANCEMENT

Shelly at Permanent Cosmetics of Utah offers Permanent Eyebrow Makeup (Permanent Cosmetics) to Salt lake City Valley, Bluffdale, Utah County, Salt Lake County, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Draper, South Jordan, West Jordan, Kearns, Sandy, Lehi, Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountains and all over the Wasatch Valley.

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Permanent Makeup Lip Liner PERMANENT LIPS As the aging process advances, the lips lose volume and the vermillion border of your natural lip line loses definition making your lips appear thin and flat. Permanent lip tinting can give you back the appearance of a youthful, natural, smudge and fade free lips! Who benefits from Permanent Lips? • People who have allergies to traditional makeup • People who have active sports and fitness lifestyles • People who are busy and constantly on the go • People who want “smear free and fade free” lipstick • People who have difficulty applying their makeup because of poor vision, arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis • People who have thinning lips and disappearing lip line • People who want to enhance their cupid’s bow, lip line and lip color PERMANENT EYEBROWS A pigment close to your natural hair color is chosen and tattooed onto your brow area to create symmetry and balance, or to create an arch that would “brighten up” the appearance of your eyes, or to create realistic eyebrows simulating hair strokes to give the effect of three dimensionality. These simulated hair strokes will fill sparse brows or create brows where there is none. We offer a variety of permanent brow techniques to fit your personal style. Who benefits from Permanent Eyebrows? • People who have allergies to traditional makeup • People who have active sports and fitness lifestyles • People who are busy and constantly on the go • People who want “smudge free” brows • People who have difficulty applying their makeup because of poor vision, arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis • People who have thin brows due to over tweezing or radiation therapy • People who have Alopecia • People who want to enhance their brows Ethnic Skin Permanent Cosmetics Salt Lake City’s Best Permanent Cosmetics for Men and Women of beautiful ethnicty’s Ethnic Skin Permanent Cosmetics Permanent Cosmetics of Utah is ideal for all individuals who desire to enhance or correct the symmetry and shape of their eyes, lips and brows. Many people of color are concerned whether or not they are good candidates for permanent cosmetics due to their individual ethnic skin characteristics. For best results, it is important that you choose a technician who has had specialized training in the requirements and care of ethnic skin, and how this skin responds to the color application process. Permanent Cosmetics of Utah has over 10 years of experience dealing with the specific cosmetic needs of people of color. We are specialists in the application of Permanent Cosmetic colors and camouflage for all skin types and ethnic backgrounds. We work closely with medical estheticians to ensure that we address the special needs of ethnic skin as required. Preparing Ethnic Skin for Cosmetic Procedures in Salt Lake City Depending on their ethnicity, some clients may have a propensity to hyper- pigment (get darker) or hypo-pigment (become lighter) as a result of a cosmetic procedure. As a precautionary measure, depending on the color and condition of your skin, we may recommend that our clients use Hydroquinone, Kojic Acid (licorice product), Vitamin C or lactic acid to bleach the skin for at least 2-4 weeks prior to any initial lip, scar camouflage or scar therapy procedure; or as a follow-up for 2-4 weeks after an initial color application. (Not all people of color will require skin bleaching before their initial procedure). If you as of now have hyper-pigmentation in the regions you are considering for permanent cosmetic color, you should help these ranges ahead of time of your system for best results. Our professionals will be upbeat to make proposals for you amid your consultation. Shelly at Permanent Cosmetics of Utah offers Permanent Eyebrow, Eyeliner, and Lips Makeup to Salt lake City Valley, Draper, South Jordan, West Jordan, Kearns, Sandy, Lehi, Provo, Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountains and all over the Wasatch Valley.

Permanent Cosmetics in Riverton Utah 

Before And After Eyebrow Tattoo How Permanent Cosmetics Works If you're starting to get fed up with the hassle of ordinary cosmetics, you may be considering permanent makeup as an alternative. This is also a viable option for people who are having issues with hair loss. Before deciding to commit to permanent cosmetics, it's important to understand exactly what they involve. Here's a basic guide to the tools, techniques, and materials used to give you permanent makeup. Basic Definitions For a start, you should understand that despite the many different names for this procedure -- permanent cosmetics, dermal pigmentation, micro pigmentation, etc. -- what this boils down to is tattooing. It differs from ordinary body tattooing in a few minor ways, but the nature of the work remains the same: Foreign pigment is planted under the skin with the intent of changing your appearance permanently. Areas The vast majority of permanent cosmetics are applied to three main areas: The eyebrows, the lips, and the eyelids (i.e. permanent eyeliner). Permanent cosmetics are occasionally used in other areas to conceal the effects of hair loss or diseases which alter the skin's coloration like vitiligo. Overall, eyebrows are the most popular target for permanent cosmetics, and eyebrow tattooing offers the lowest chances of unintended side effects. Equipment There are three different tools which can be used to apply pigment in permanent cosmetics: the coil machine, the rotary machine, and the hand tool. The coil machine is the same high-powered device used for body tattoos while the rotary machine is a slower, gentler alternative. Hand application of permanent cosmetics offers the greatest degree of control, but it also requires the most time to complete. Hand-applied cosmetics may require multiple sessions to complete. Pigments The pigments used for permanent cosmetics are significantly different from those used in body tattooing. They have a thicker consistency in order to sit properly under the very thin skin of the face. The actual colors used are also very different, chosen to emulate natural hair and skin tones rather than contrast with them. Experienced permanent cosmetic technicians exercise great care with the selection of their pigments. They pick colors which will hold up as long as possible, resist the tendency to change color over time, and best suit your natural coloration. Anesthesia While it is possible to get permanent cosmetic tattooing done without any painkillers, the vast majority of people who get these tattoos prefer some form of anesthesia. Over-the-counter painkillers are often quite sufficient, but specialized topical anesthetics may be used in the most sensitive areas (the eyelids and especially the lips). Some permanent makeup studios may work in concert with anesthesiologists to offer their clients lidocaine injections, but this is relatively rare. Techniques Experienced technicians have a variety of different techniques to choose from when creating a permanent makeup tattoo. Eyebrows are the area where clients have the widest range of options, and the ideal technique will usually depend on how much natural hair you have in the area. Filling and shading are techniques used to provide a solid area of background color while hair stroke techniques lay in lines of pigment designed to resemble individual hairs. Good technicians will combine multiple techniques in order to deliver the most aesthetically-pleasing results. Dixon Method, Microblade and Softtap can be used and are the best trained methods. Results Even though it's commonly called "permanent," this form of tattooing is anything but. The pigments injected in the permanent cosmetic process typically break down within five to 10 years, and all honest micro pigmentation technicians will be open about the fact that their work needs regular touch-ups to maintain its best appearance. In general, lighter colors will start to fade within a year, while dark browns and blacks may last twice as long. Regular touch-ups can easily restore your permanent cosmetics to their original appearance. Letting the pigment fade away entirely is also an option, although the tattooed areas may never return to the same condition they were in prior to your cosmetics' application. As with so many cosmetic procedures, your satisfaction with the results of permanent cosmetics will depend in large part on the technician you work with. Consult with a technician carefully before you make any final decisions and take care to ensure that your technician has the skills and experience necessary to deliver the results you want.

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