The difference between permanent makeup and tattooing?

Permanent makeup is a technique where the pigment is injected into the top layers of the skin to create a semi-permanent cosmetic application, such as eyeliner, eyebrows or lipstick. The pigment is inserted less deeply into the skin than with tattoos, so it fades over time and gradually disappears.

Tattooing, on the other hand, is a technique where the pigment is inserted much deeper into the skin for a permanent effect. This pigment is introduced into the dermis, the second and deeper layer of the skin.

Tattooing uses a different type of needle and puts more pressure on the skin than permanent makeup. Tattoos often last for life, although they can fade or deform over time.

While both techniques involve inserting pigment into the skin, it is important to understand that there are differences between permanent makeup and tattooing. It is important to choose a qualified professional who is well versed in the technique you need and who maintains hygienic and safe practices.

Did you know that the Dmtbeauty Aftercare Butter is an aftercare product, specially developed for newly tattooed skin. It ensures optimal healing of the skin after a tattoo or PMU treatment by using a unique formula, with the power of natural products.

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