Permanent under-eye concealer:
Can you completely get rid of dark circles without fillers and surgery? The only solutions were to cake on the concealer, bake it with heavy powder and apply a brightening eye treatment daily, but those fixes are only temporary. Well, we have some exciting news for you. Once a fantasy, permanent under-eye concealer tattooing now exists. Here, we explain the ins and outs of the procedure that’ll leave you looking fully refreshed and well-rested, every single morning.
Under-eye concealer tattoo is another extension of the cosmetic tattooing family. Although the method of application may differ, the concept is similar to other forms of semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing like eyebrow, lipstick, and eyeliner. Essentially, the pigment is inked into the skin to mimic the look of under-eye concealer.
What Does The Procedure Involve?
The pigment is not implanted in the skin’s surface but instead deposited one layer beneath the visible under-eye skin. A certified cosmetic tattoo artist will use cosmetic-grade dye, in color customized to the client’s skin tone. The needles used to dispense the pigment provide skin-rejuvenating benefits, similar to micro-needling. In short, it actually can do your skin right by placing pigment underneath the eyes can aid in smoothing fine lines and plumping up under-eye hollows.
How Much Does Permanent concealer cost?
Permanent makeup is a cosmetic tattooing to create the appearance of powder. Permanent concealer typically costs $450 to $800 per procedure.
How long does permanent concealer last?
It takes 1-2 treatments to cover about 80% of the dark circles. The method is for people who don’t want to wear makeup but still want to look awake. The “treatment” isn’t supposed to replace concealer, and you even might need small amounts to have a perfect look. It is virtually painless much like microblading. It lasts about 2-3 years.
After Care for permanent concealer procedures:
The camouflaged area will become swollen and reddened after the procedure. With these steps, the healing process will be better and faster.
- The first 72 hours: Make a compress using gel ice only and cool it in the refrigerator (do not freeze it)
- After 72 hours: Stop the cold compresses and start applying the dermal restoration ointment for one week.
- Avoid the sun until completely healed.
- Do not massage the area.
- Avoid any laser treatment on the area.