Permanent cosmetics, or permanent makeup is the technique of tattooing as a means of producing designs the resemble makeup. It is the placement of pigment just below the epidermis of the skin. The most popular procedures are eyebrows, eyeliner and lips. Permanent cosmetics also offer you the service to overcome the results of medical procedures Read more about What are permanent cosmetics?[…]
The current popularity of tattooing and body piercing has also brought on an increase in potentially hazardous conditions. RAB regulars have begun posting information on unsanitary practices. For this reason, I am posting the following guideline of what to look out for (in this situation, “artist” refers to both tattooists and piercers): Lighting: The area Read more about What to Look for in a Sanitary Shop Environment[…]
There has been some concern recently regarding transmittable diseases (particularly Hepatitis-B and AIDS [HIV]) and tattoo shops. Just as in a dentist’s office, as long as the area is strictly sanitized, your chances for infection will be greatly reduced. Note: If you plan on getting lots of bodyart (pierces or tattoos), you should seriously consider Read more about Can I get a disease from the needles?[…]
Permanent cosmetic makeup is a state of the art form of cosmetic tattooing. The specialized techniques used for permanent cosmetics are often referred to as “micropigmentation”, “micropigment implantation” or “dermagraphics”. The cosmetic implantation technique deposits tiny individual implants of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin.
Tattoos have become a great avenue for self-expression. However, what seems like a good idea at the time often turns to regret when a tattoo no longer has meaning or just does not look good anymore. There are different ways to fade and hopefully remove the unwanted tattoo from the body. But the most effective Read more about Why remove or lighten a tattoo?[…]
If you’re interested in stretching a piercing, there are safe ways to do it and then there are unsafe ways. Knowing what your options are and what the differences are between them will help you figure out which way is the best for your piercing. What Is It? Stretching, also known as gauging, is the Read more about Stretching or Gauging Up[…]
Healing chart 4 Weeks Tongue 4-8 Weeks Septum VCH 6-8 Weeks Eyebrow Labret Dahlia Lip 8 Weeks Earlobe 8-12 Weeks Monroe 12- 16 Weeks Nostril Male nipple Anti-eyebrow 12-36 Weeks Cartilage Tragus Anti-tragus Conch Daith Rook Snug 16- 24 Weeks Bindi Bridge 24-36 Weeks Navel Female nipple Surface All piercings are subject to environmental factors. Read more about Piercing & Healing Information[…]