Permanent Makeup lasts a long time and is very hard to remove even using Laser Tattoo Removal therapies. Thus it is essential that you select a PMU artist who can deliver what you are looking for without damaging your skin. The following things can be used to assess the quality of a PMU artist/clinic.

 Consultation: The consultation stage is vital to a PMU procedure and you can judge the caliber of a PMU artist or clinic by how thorough their consultation process is.

During the primary consultation, the client expresses their problems and lets us know what they want from a particular procedure. We deeply analyze the condition of the client and if the artist feels that there is no possibility of a complication, we go ahead to the next stage of the consultation. During the detailed consultation stage, we measure the anatomy, choose pigments and prepare for the procedure. We give our clients a list of things to avoid in the days prior to the procedure as well as a brief idea of the aftercare & healing phase.

Healed work: Any procedure involving intra-dermal pigmentation whether it’s tattooing or PMU shows its final output after the dermal layer has healed. We suggest that you select a PMU artist based on their healed work and not the immediate results. There is another reason for this – the dermal layers are swollen immediately after the procedure thus distorting the shapes and pigmentation of the area that has undergone the procedure.

Hygiene: Any procedure that involves breaking or puncturing the skin carries an inherent risk of blood-borne pathogens. It can be difficult to judge the hygiene standards of an artist or a clinic, we recommend that you go by the testimonials and reviews of previous clients in this regard. 

Our strict hygiene protocols help negate the risk of topical & sub-dermal infections. We sanitize the stations & equipment before & after carrying out each procedure. We use a variety of processes for sanitation including heat, UV light & anti-microbial solutions. All of the tools & the artist’s workstations are covered in plastic wrap and discarded after the procedure.

Almost every piece of gear used during a PMU procedure is disposed of safely after the procedure is finished. The list includes gloves, face masks, wipes, micro-needles, protective covers, vessels & leftover pigments. The blade section of the microblading tool, or holder, and needle cartridges for PMU machines, are disposable and only meant for one use.

Aftercare: Maintaining Hygiene during the aftercare of a procedure is very important and to this end, we have designed specialized aftercare regimens for each PMU procedure. After a procedure, we explain the guidelines to each client in detail. Any PMU procedure that involves breaking the outer layer of the skin is susceptible to infection & the particular patch of skin must be treated as an open wound. Adhering to the aftercare routine is essential for quick healing and perfect results.

Accreditation & training: It’s said that an expert is as good as his or her training and this is especially true for Permanent Makeup. We suggest that if you are still in doubt about an expert or a clinic where you want to undergo a PMU procedure, ask for their accreditation or where they acquired their PMU certificate. 

We hope that these steps can help you select a PMU artist who can deliver the results that you are looking for.

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