Have you experienced a Permanent Makeup procedure go wrong? Sadly enough it happens more often than not. Coming from my own experience, I had a Permanent Cosmetic procedure go wrong which led me to where I am today, the Permanent Cosmetic Industry.
I see a lot of clients for permanent makeup correction work who are unhappy with the shape, color or both of previous procedures. Permanent Makeup can be amazing if it is done properly. Unfortunately, it can be an awful mistake if you don’t educate yourself into who is carry out the procedures and should never be based on “INEXPENSIVE PRICING.” Because of lack of legislation and the expense that goes into formal training, there are a lot of untrained people offering substandard work. It not only causes upsetting experiences along with expenses to correct the client’s procedure but it damages our industry’s reputation.
In my experience, one of the main correction issues I work with and come across is misuse of pigments and lack of understanding color theory. I see a lot of Pink, Black, Blue eyebrows and eyeliner from use of pore color pigment quality. Some are easily correctable with color adjustments which are usually correctable. In some cases the correction can be done in one session and others could take multiple sessions.
You can contact Linda Krantz for a consultation so she can make an assessment on what method of correction is appropriate to regain your confidence back. However, not all color corrections can be corrected. If this is the case, Linda can advise you on what alternative options that might be the best resolution.