Yes, you can correct that unwanted smudgy blue-gray or faded orangey permanent makeup. With our state-of-the art color correction and design techniques, we can refresh your permanent makeup cosmetic eyebrows, eyeliner or lip color to give you an updated look.
The general public largely misunderstood permanent makeup in its earlier development. Knowledge was limited about how pigment remained in the skin and appeared over time. Today, Daisi brings a new generation of permanent makeup expertise with amazing results. As a leading certified permanent cosmetic makeup provider (CPCP), Daisi trained in color theory, insuring that the client is guaranteed the best professional care in obtaining the desired permanent makeup color correction and redesign.
What to Expect
During your consultation, we will determine the desired color relative to your skin undertone, the condition of your faded, discolored brows or unwanted eyeliner pigment color. A skincare product analysis will also determine factors affecting color retention. This could include acid peels, brightening products, and sun exposure. Thus, we can better ensure retention of your future permanent makeup services.
Once we identify all contributing factors, you will have the option to choose a full or partial pigment removal or color adjustment. It is important to have realistic expectations when correcting pigment or ink tattoos previously placed by another artist or technician. Since the client rarely knows the tattoo pigment/ink product configuration used, the permanent makeup removal provider faces specific challenges. An experienced permanent cosmetic makeup professional with the required color theory knowledge and training such as Daisi will give you the best color correction and re-design result.
Permanent Makeup Re-design
Clients seek permanent makeup redesign for different reasons. For example, skin properties and environmental exposures cause changes in the color and appearance of your permanent makeup. Clients seek redesign for eyebrows, eyeliner or lip color corrections to fix outdated procedures that no longer frame or aesthetically complement the attributes of their face.
Industry standards recommend you have your permanent makeup refreshed every 1 to 2 years. For best protection, wear sunscreen to protect against sun exposure. Topical anti-aging products such as chemical peels, enzyme peels, and Retin-A will cause fading and discoloration of permanent makeup.
Schedule your consultation appointment to discover how you can update your look.