Color Boost Session for this beauty ๐ฆ
I love seeing my old work come back! Soooo... when is it time for a Color Boost?
This is one question I get quite often. You have to understand, everyone is VERY different in terms of longevity and what their faded results look like, I canโt promise you anything as everyoneโs body breaks them down differently. (I may be a magician, but I canโt tell the future ๐ง๐ผโโ๏ธ). Long scientific story short: permanent makeup pigment/ink particles are designed to be broken down by the body overtime much quicker than your traditional body ink particles. This breakdown is beneficial to us as we age to ensure symmetry and color over the years. Gravity is not our friend.
Many things come into play in the โfadingโ process, but your overall internal and external health, skin type, skin care routines, & sun exposure (yay Florida!๐) play the largest parts as well as my color theory and skill! Maintaining the integrity of your skin over time is VERY very important to me as your artist. Plus it makes my job easier!
The longer you wait between color boosts, the crisper and better your artwork will look each time.
I can achieve the most realism in your cometic tattoo only when my canvas is as clean as it can be. Make sense? The cleaner it is, the less pigment it has packed in there, the better they will look each time! ๐
For most skin types I recommend waiting as long as you can between color refreshes/boosts, ideally a minimum of 2 years for most skin types.
This will allow your body to break down the pigment particles appropriately in order to make room for new color, as well as keep your skin healthy and clear of scar tissue over the years.
Donโt forget, I can call what I do all sorts of fancy names on social media, but the bottom line is that this is a tattoo. But donโt let me scare you! I believe it is my job to inform you.
To give you the facts, not just pretty pictures right? This is your face! Donโt be too shy to ask questions! Iโm always an open book! -Anna
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