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Updated: Jun 9




Updated: Aug 8

Cosmetic tattoo pigment is implanted into the most superficial layer of skin - the epidermis, just above the dermis. This layer of skin is constantly shedding and renewing itself, which causes permanent makeup pigments to fade over time.


With a traditional body tattoo, the ink is implanted

into a deeper layer of skin - the dermis. This holds the ink in place, with minor fading and lasts a lifetime.





Is the touchup appointment necessary?


A touchup appointment at 8 weeks is necessary, as everyone heals differently and the outcome will vary. Certain areas may fade during the healing process and will need to be

filled in. Pigment colour may need to be adjusted, making the brow darker, thicker or to add strokes. Individuals with oily skin may require a deeper shade, as the oils tend to lighten the pigment. Most importantly the touchup session, is to refine the brows to ensure they look perfect and retain the colour, giving you longer lasting brows.