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Permanent under-eye concealer tattoo; its a thing & it's real!

PERMANENT UNDER-EYE CONCEALER TATTOO:


The only solutions this far are trying to cake on that under-eye concealer, bake it with heavy powder and apply a brightening eye treatment daily - but those fixes are only temporary and can be time-consuming.. if it's hot or humid outside forget it.. our makeup is not gonna keep those dark eye bags covered long.


Can you completely get rid of dark circles without fillers and surgery?

What if I were to tell you permanent undereye concealer is now a thing!

Yup, this form of cosmetic tattooing also known as medical tattooing or skin camouflage is a procedure that’ll leave you looking fully refreshed and well-rested, every single morning…




WHAT IS A PERMANENT UNDER-EYE CONCEALER

Under-eye concealer tattoo is another form of cosmetic tattooing. Although the method of application may differ, the concept is similar to other forms of semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing (think eyebrow, lipstick, and eyeliner). Essentially, pigment is inked into the skin to mimic the look of an under-eye concealer.


WHAT DOES THE PROCEDURE INVOLVE?

Skin tone Pigment is not implanted in the skin’s surface but rather deposited in one layer beneath the visible under-eye skin. Another benefit of under-eye camouflage is that the needles used to dispense the pigment provide skin-rejuvenating benefits, similar to microneedling: It stimulates collagen and improves the quality of the skin. she explains. In short, it actually can do your skin a lot of good: placing pigment underneath the eyes can aid in smoothing fine lines and plumping up under-eye hollows.


HOW DOES IT WORK?

Dark circles are the result of – you guessed it – dark tissues and blood vessels underneath the skin. And as the eyelid skin is thin and lacks opacity, they can easily show through. The cosmetic pigment acts as a buffer between the skin and the underlying darkness; consider it the protective barrier that diffuses darkness before it can emerge onto the surface of the skin.


HOW DOES IT DIFFER FROM REGULAR CONCEALER?

Think of it this way: your makeup is covering the under-eye darkness that has already penetrated through the skin – so only the surface discoloration is minimized, not the deeper darkness. Whereas the cosmetic pigment acts as a brightening film directly below the actual under-eye skin – bypassing the need for heavy makeup


HOW MANY SESSIONS DO YOU NEED?

For maximum coverage (approximately 70%-80%), 2-3 sessions are recommended. The sessions are spread apart – dispensing too much pigment at once can result in uneven texture, as the pigment needs time to gradually settle and adjust to the under-eye. Although permanent you may require a touch-up session every 3-4 years.


WHAT’S THE RECOVERY LIKE?

Redness may occur immediately after the treatment, so apply a protective ointment to soothe the skin and speed up healing (Bepanthen is a post-tattoo favorite). As the under-eye area is delicate, makeup can only be applied three days post-procedure. Taking extra precautions to protect the sensitized skin from su