Even the highest quality cosmetic tattoo fades over time, becomes pale and less bright. This is why it happens:

1. Cosmetic tattoo treatments involve only iron-oxide based pigments. These pigments are designed to disappear over time gently. Fading is expected as it allows your cosmetic tattoo artist to make changes to colour and shape over the years as the client’s preferences, natural colouration and facial changes may occur.

2. Many factors contribute to how quickly does your semi-permanent makeup fade. It includes genetics, timely touch-up treatments, your skin type, how frequently you exfoliate, the colour of the pigment used, quality of service performed, sun exposure, and more.

3. The cosmetic tattooing pigment is not implanted as deeply into the skin as traditional body tattooing.

What can you do to prolong your cosmetic tattoo?

1. Never scratch your healing cosmetic tattoo!
2. Always follow after-care instructions.
3. If you have oily skin, we suggest you choose to get a shading cosmetic tattoo instead of microblading. Due to the solid nature of this style of cosmetic tattoo, it is more difficult for the cells of the body to break it down. This way the result will be more long-lasting.
4. Stay away from the sun and salty water for the first week. And always use sun protection.
5. Keep your cosmetic tattooing hydrated by using a daily moisturiser once a day over the area.
6. Always come to the follow-up retouch session after 5 weeks.

Can we help with further questions you may have regarding how Cosmetic Tattooing is done?

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