What You Need To Know About Colorimplant®️

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Colorimplant is an ultimate permanent make-up technology.
It combines art and science to implant the right color precisely into the right place, or use the dry needle in a paramedical procedure, giving you a natural and useful result.
Colorimplant, microblading, and tattoos are similar in that they involve implanting color into the skin. Due to the pigments being embedded under the skin, the makeup becomes permanent and cannot be removed by washing your face, BUT there is a lot difference between them, let me explain!
 
Microblading is performed using a handheld tool operated manually. If the professional applies too little pressure, the color may not penetrate the skin effectively. Conversely, applying excessive pressure can potentially damage the skin and cause the color to spread too deeply and migrate.
 
The traditional tattoo machine’s motor is powerful, allowing it to penetrate the color deep into a different layer of the skin. The pigment tends to stay for a long time, though it may change over time. Dealing with its removal can be extremely difficult and sometimes impossible.
 
Compared to traditional tattooing, our Colorimplant technique utilizes advanced machinery and precise methods to implant color accurately into the skin’s appropriate layer. Easy to remove if necessary, for example, if you have a face lift and now you need to reshape your eyebrows, it’s possible very easily.

No, It’s better to leave all the hair in your eyebrows and let the professional assess them, as we aim to preserve as much eyebrow hair as possible.

It’s better to leave your eyebrows as they are and let the professional assess them to match them with your natural eyebrows hair or the color for Colorimplant.
 
Attention: You have two options:
  • Tint and color your eyebrow hair to match your natural eyebrow color.
  • Choose a color preference. For example, if you prefer your eyebrows to be slightly lighter than your natural hair color, we can first lighten your eyebrow hair and then match your Colorimplant with that color.
It’s generally recommended to avoid Botox and filler injections before a Colorimplant session, as these treatments could affect the shape and movement of your muscles. It’s best to consult with your Colorimplant specialist for personalized advice. If needed, plan to do your Botox and filler injections after your Colorimplant procedure is complete.
Each Colorimplant procedure needs minimum two Sessions, the initial session and the touch-up.

A touch-up session is a follow-up appointment after the initial procedure. Since the color implanted into the skin is considered a foreign object by our bodies, it’s possible for our bodies to react to it in various ways to protect us from harm. This reaction can sometimes result in partial rejection or fading of the colors after the initial session.

Generally 99% of the client, they are satisfied with the result after one session touch-up. But as the human body is very complicated, it’s possible in some cases, client needs more sessions to get the satisfactory result.

The duration of each session varies depending on the procedure. 
 
For eyebrows initial session, if the client does not have any permanent make-up, microblading, or tattoo in their eyebrow area, the process typically takes 3 to 4 hours. This includes the numbing process, cleaning, trimming, shaping, designing the new eyebrows, and completing the procedure. The duration may vary based on the client’s skin reaction.
 
For eyeliner, We have three different technique, Lash Liner, bold Liner & Shade Liner. Most clients like to add a lower eyelid liner that we called Low Liner. Depending on what is the client preference, the procedure take about 3 to 4 hours.
 
For lips, We have three different technique also, Natural Look, Lip blush & Full Lip Tint. Depending on the procedure , take about 2 to 3 hours for initial session.
 
The duration of the touch-up session will be depending on the reaction of the skin and body after initial session. Sometimes the touch-up session takes the same amount of time as initial session, and sometimes takes shorter.

The experience of pain during Colorimplant procedures can vary based on individual pain tolerance. Some people find certain areas more sensitive than others. To ensure the client’s comfort, special care is taken throughout the process. We offer a range of topical anesthetics to numb the treatment area as needed, which helps to alleviate any minor discomfort you might experience during the procedure.

I chose the name ‘Colorimplant’ for my company because it clearly conveys what we do. We implant color into the skin, and because the color goes into the epidermal layer and does not wash off, that’s why people call it permanent makeup. 
 
While permanent makeup is often referred to as ‘permanent,’ it’s important to understand that it isn’t truly permanent. This is because our skin continuously regenerates new cells in deeper layers, pushing older cells to the surface, resulting in natural exfoliation. Over time, the implanted color gradually moves to the surface and is partially shed along with dead skin cells. On average, this process occurs every 30 days for individuals around the age of 40, and it takes longer for those over 50 years old.
 
The skin care routine can change this life cycle.
When people start to use Retin-A and retinol, they can shorten this lifecycle.
The longevity of different Colorimplant procedures varies based on the depth of application. Here’s a general timeline for how long you can expect each procedure to last:
 
  • Eyebrows: Typically last between one to two years.
  • Lips: Generally last between two to three years.
  • Eyeliner: Usually lasts between three to four years.
 
This explanation helps individuals realize that, similar to maintaining nail or hair color, permanent makeup requires regular upkeep as part of their self-care regimen.