When you have a facial scar, it can seem like that’s all people notice about you. While you can use makeup to cover up the scarring, it might not be practical to do so every day. Get rid of the feeling of eyes following you everywhere with permanent makeup.
This form of tattooing is most often used to achieve natural-looking eyeliner, lip liner, and brows. However, more and more permanent makeup courses in Long Island are teaching techniques for other applications, like disguising facial scars. With the right microblading and color application, a skilled tattooist can reduce the appearance of scarring or even make it near invisible.
Every scar is different, so results vary. In general, however, scars stand out from the surrounding skin because they either lack pigment or they look inflamed. A tattooist can color the scar tissue to better match the rest of your skin so that it is less prominent on your face.
Visit a reputable tattooist to explore the possibilities for your scar. Be sure that they have experience with this type of work, either from an in-depth permanent makeup course or from working with clients like you. Make sure you understand what kind of results to expect before agreeing to any treatments.