Doylestown, PA (PRWEB) August 03, 2016 -- Everyone should feel comfortable with their appearance. When that’s not the case, many people turn to daily application of cosmetics to help revive their confidence. Now there are new, more permanent, options for enhancing appearance – cosmetic tattoos, and eyebrow microblading is one of the hottest treatments on the market. When it comes to permanent cosmetics, the experience and reputation of the studio is of utmost importance, and without much regulation in the field, clients must find a trustworthy tattoo studio. Dermagrafix Permanent Cosmetic Studio, owned by CPCP certified permanent cosmetic artist Valerie Weber is one of the most reputable studios available and is proud to add 3D eyebrow microblading to its list of procedures.
Microblading – or microstroking as it is sometimes called – is a popular eyebrow enhancement technique that originated in Europe four years ago before being brought to the U.S. beauty market. “Microblading is the most popular eyebrow treatment of 2016 and is still growing in popularity because of its natural and hyper realistic, hair-like results,” said Weber. Microblading is a cosmetic tattoo procedure done with a tiny row of needles affixed to a hand piece. A quality tattoo studio, in accordance to OSHA standards, replaces the entire hand piece as well as the needles for each customer. At Dermagrafix, Weber adheres to the highest safety standards to create micro fine hairline strokes that have a three dimensional appearance and simulate the look of having natural eyebrow hair. Microblading lasts about one to two years before a color boost is needed.
When it comes to permanent cosmetics, customers need to seek out a qualified professional who has evidence of their artistic ability. “Most states and cities do not regulate tattoo artistry,” said Weber. “Many microblading technicians have had no previous PMU basic training and are risky to consider for a microblading procedure.” The signs of a professional cosmetic tattoo studio include a thorough consultation, use of all new instruments for each client, annual OSHA certification, and an upstanding local reputation including a before and after gallery of their past work.
It is essential that permanent makeup technicians have had a minimum of 100 hours of basic training prior to performing microblading, as well as proof of an annual blood borne pathogens training certificate. Training covers topics such as skin anatomy, skin tones, color theory, design, proper technique, contraindication medications, and pain management.
Microblading is not a good fit for people with Rosacea, oily skin, large pores, those who have keloid, pregnant or lactating women, those with melasma, or severe hyperpigmentation near the brow area. A quality permanent cosmetic studio like Dermagrafix will discuss these limitations and the procedure at length and may even be able to suggest alternative procedures with similar results. “With a reputable cosmetic tattoo studio, it can take just a couple of hours to look and feel great for years to come,” said Weber.
About Dermagrafix Permanent Cosmetic Studio
Expert cosmetics artist Valerie Weber and her company Dermagrafix are the gold standard, and Weber is an innovative leader in the field of Permanent Cosmetics. With 15 years of experience as a cosmetic tattoo artist and 18 years in the cosmetic beauty industry, Weber is sought after internationally by clients for her extensive knowledge and precision techniques in the field of permanent makeup. For more information, visit http://www.Dermagrafix.net or their Facebook page.
Daryle Seidman, Dermagrafix, http://www.pubtricity.com, +1 856-952-6786, [email protected]