What's a Semi-permanent Tattoo?

Today, one of my friends got a tattoo in a semi-permanent tattoo shop and sent a picture for me to comment. For some tattoo lovers, it is really impossible to distinguish between tattoos and semi-permanent tattoos. Today I share why not get a tattoo at a semi-permanent tattoo shop.
The original intention of many people to choose semi-permanent tattoo is to solve the trouble of using cosmetic makeup every day. Indeed, semi-permanent tattoo can solve this problem. But the most important thing is that you need to care how long it will last.
Is semi-permanent tattoo the same as a traditional tattoo?
First, it's important to note that permanent eyeliners are not permanent. (But the tattoo is permanent), permanent makeup is just the term used in the tattoo industry, more precisely it is semi-permanent. (It is considered permanent because the pigment will remain in the skin forever, but the persistence and color of the color will slowly diminish.)
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Internationally, permanent make-up is also known as tattoo makeup because semi-permanent tattooing is the same as tattooing: using a needle to puncture ink into the skin.But according to Rina Meyer, general manager of Eye Design in New York, the process is different from tattooing because "pigments are only deposited on the first layer of the skin."She said that the ink formula used for regular body tattoos is different, and the tattoo is relatively "deeper".

In addition, Kira Tai of Tai Brows told HuffPost that “art body tattoos are permanent, and cosmetic tattoos are semi-permanent and have different ingredients.Except for the difference in ink and technology, there is almost no difference in the production process.
Therefore, semi-permanent tattoos have the same risks and contraindications as conventional body tattoos.
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As a precautionary measure, semi-permanent tattoos also require tattooers to stop taking any blood thinner for three days, even including aspirin, Advil, fish oil, certain vitamins to minimize any potential bleeding.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or have diabetes or other serious illness that affects your immune system and healing ability, try to avoid tattooing.If you have taken a drug that interferes with wound healing, such as isotretinoin, you need to consult a professional doctor.
You need to understand that the difference between makeup embroidery and tattoo, semi-permanent embroidery machine and color determines that it will gradually fade in one to three years. Secondly, skills have specialties, they are really two industries.

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1 comment

I got a tattoo on my finger 10 days ago and it looks like the ink has come off. I went back and was told finger tattoos fade. It’s been only 10 days!? What could have happened?

May August 09, 2019

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