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There are those that convey misinformation in the permanent makeup or micropigmentation industry that needs to be cleared up. First, anyone making statements that the coil machine is too rough or aggressive for the human face does not know what they are talking about. This is a completely inaccurate statement and foolish at best. The potential student needs to beware of high-priced digital machines that claim to be quality equipment.
What does digital mean anyway? In most cases nothing more than a read out of how much voltage the machine is receiving or with rotary pen machines how many times the needle is moving up and down or both. Coil machines have been using digital power supplies for as long as the technology has been available. The training and hand behind the equipment are what produces quality results with any type tattooing.
One problem with digital pen machines is they do not have enough power to push any size needles into the skin safely; a critical issue. Most all of these companies that manufacture this type equipment charge high prices for needles. If you are paying anything more than two dollars a needle you’re getting taken.
The coil machine can produce the very finest lines and any shading technique with ease in the trained hand. There is no limitation to the results that the coil machine can produce, and it is superior to any machine for areola reconstruction and scar camouflage. If the artist wants the very best results obtainable in the cosmetic tattoo industry, the coil is the machine of choice. Arty Joe’s and John Hashey’s Advanced School of Permanent Cosmetics manufactures the best coil machines in the industry.
Permanent Makeup – What is it?
Permanent cosmetic makeup is cosmetic tattooing. The specialized techniques used for permanent cosmetics are often referred to as “micropigmentation”, “micropigment implantation” or “dermagraphics”. The cosmetic implantation technique deposits colored pigment into the upper reticular layer of the dermis.See also “Is Permanent Makeup for Me?”
How are Permanent Cosmetic Procedures Performed?
Permanent cosmetics procedures are performed using various devices, including the traditional tattoo coil machines, the pen or rotary machine (includes the digital rotary machines) and the non-machine or hand device. The process includes a consultation, the application of pigment, and at least one or more follow up visits for evaluating the healed design work and color of the pigment.
Who Benefits from Permanent Makeup?
People who meet minimum age requirements and have the ability to heal properly from minor wounds can benefit from the liberating benefits of permanent cosmetics.Interest in this service spans the young to the more mature; those who desire a soft, natural enhancement to their appearance. It is especially valuable to people who can’t wear traditional cosmetics due to allergies and skin sensitivities; active people who want to look their best for sports activities such as swimming, hiking, biking, tennis, aerobics; and those who don’t want to worry about “sweating off” or reapplying cosmetics.Permanent Cosmetics also benefits the vision challenged who have difficulty applying their cosmetics; and others with dexterity related conditions such as arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke survivors, and busy people who don’t have time to spend applying and refreshing makeup throughout the day and evening.