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Eyes are the window of the soul

Thomas Phaer

Aesthetic Dermopigmentation

"Aesthetic dermopigmentation," commonly referred to as "permanent makeup," is a practice focused on enhancing the eyes, lips, and eyebrows – often considered the focal points of facial beauty. As the saying goes, "Eyes are the window to the soul," and permanent makeup aims to accentuate these features, restoring harmony and balance to the face, while simultaneously making the gaze and lips more captivating and well-defined.

Motivations for seeking this transformative procedure can vary widely. Some individuals opt for it to correct facial asymmetries, define and augment volume in specific areas, or illuminate facial features that may have been dimmed by beauty imperfections or scars. Importantly, the primary goal of aesthetic dermopigmentation is not to alter the fundamental contours and colors of the face but to enhance them discreetly and naturally.

In this pursuit of enhancing natural beauty, precision and subtlety are paramount. The process should be approached with the utmost care to ensure that the unique attributes of one's face are gracefully accentuated, providing a subtle yet striking enhancement.

Examples of Our Work

Examples of Our Work

Clearing some doubts

Is permanent make-up painful?

The perception of pain is highly subjective and varies from person to person.

Drawing from my experience, I can assure you that the use of readily available desensitizing products, combined with state-of-the-art equipment, helps mitigate any slight discomfort.

Can I apply make-up after the treatment?

Yes, you can, with the exception of the initial 10 days following the procedure.

Who Is Eligible for the Procedure, and What Are the Contraindications?

Contraindications are primarily linked to specific medications, ongoing chemotherapy, or allergies. It is essential to communicate any such concerns during the consultation phase.

How Can I Ensure That the Practitioner Adheres to Appropriate Standards?

Rest assured that all pigments used are certified, and disposable needles are employed, guaranteeing strict adherence to safety and hygiene standards.

How Many Sessions Are Typically Required for Optimal Results?

Typically, two sessions, spaced approximately 40 days apart, are recommended for most individuals, especially those with particularly oily or sensitive skin. In some cases, a third session may be necessary to reinforce the work, followed by 2 to 3 annual sessions to maintain the desired results.

Why Does the Color Appear So Dark Immediately After the Procedure?

It's essential to understand that the color may initially appear darker than desired. However, within approximately one week, it will gradually fade, revealing a very delicate and natural tone.

If I Suffer from Herpes, Can I Undergo Permanent Makeup for the Lips?

Certainly, it is possible, provided you undergo a suitable treatment a few days prior to the procedure to bolster your immune system.

Can I Receive Fillers After Permanent Makeup?

Yes, both procedures can be performed. However, it is generally recommended to undergo permanent makeup before receiving fillers. Alternatively, if you choose to have fillers first, it is advisable to wait at least one month before proceeding with permanent makeup. This approach ensures optimal outcomes for both treatments.

Initial Consulting

Before proceeding with any treatment, I offer an initial consultation to assess your specific concerns and provide detailed explanations regarding the procedures and expected results.

I Travel to you!

In addition to serving clients in Rome and Florence, I collaborate as a freelance practitioner with plastic surgeons and beauty centers nationwide and internationally. If you are unable to visit me, I am available to meet you at your preferred location.

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