What is Permanent Makeup or Medical Micropigmentation?
It is the implanting of color (pigment) under the skin with a needle or needles by use of an electrical machine or a manual device to recreate or re-claim the definition to eyebrows, eyes, lips, scars, and other areas.
Medical Micropigmentation professionals are required to successfully complete a 300-hour training course composed of both Didactic and Clinical rotations. Practitioners are licensed through the Oklahoma State Department of Health Consumer Protection Division.
Who benefits from medical micropigmentation?
- Individuals with allergies to traditional makeup or people with dexterity difficulties, arthritis, or visual limitations which make applying traditional makeup difficult or impossible.
- Individuals with hair loss from eyebrows or eyelashes.
- Individuals with loss of natural color to areas of skin including scars.
MM Application Techniques enable our consultant to camouflage abnormalities and accomplish esthetic improvements in several areas with: microblading, powder brows, bold eyeliner, lasting lip color.