Eye micropigmentation is a cosmetic procedure to subtly and naturally enhance and define the eyes. It’s a semi-permanent makeup technique that uses natural pigments on the lash line or eyelid.
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What is Eye Micropigmentation?
Eye micropigmentation is a semi-permanent makeup technique in which pigments are deposited on the upper eyelid, recreating the eye’s eyeliner.
This treatment is specially designed to thicken your eyelashes, naturally simulating an eyeliner. It’s a semi-permanent treatment, meaning it will remain on your skin for an extended period and will only require touch-ups every 18 to 24 months.
When is semi-permanent eyeliner advisable?
Eye micropigmentation treatments can be recommended in certain situations. Below, we detail some of the most common ones:
1. If you like eyeliner and are tired of drawing it every day without achieving symmetry.
2. When you want your eyes to look perfect at any time of the day: at the gym, at the beach, …
3. When you have low eyelash density and would like to simulate greater volume, defining and intensifying your gaze.
How long does eye micropigmentation last?
One of the advantages of eye micropigmentation is that it’s a semi-permanent treatment. This means that over time, it gradually loses definition and intensity, necessitating maintenance sessions periodically, typically between 18 and 24 months after the initial treatment.