Side Effects of Permanent Makeup

Harsh Unnatural Look  •   Extremely Painful   •   Inks change colors   •   Heavy Bleeding

•  Bruising • Scabbing  •  Scaring  •  Downtime

Side Effects of Permanent Makeup are numerous. Permanent Makeup is a painful tattoo that looks harsh on the skin.  Heavy gauge needles are used to penetrate deep into the skin causing bleeding, bruising, scabbing, scarring and down time. Tattoo inks can be toxic; the colors are harsh and change into orange or blue. Usually on the eyeliner, black permanent tattoos change to blue, and people end up with a thick blue outline that separates from the lash line over time as the delicate skin around the eyes stretches. This accentuates the signs of aging. Some tattooed brows can be removed with laser surgery or all areas can be corrected by MicroArt’s™ corrective procedure. Permanent makeup around the eyes cannot be removed with lasers. The ONLY way to correct permanent make up is with MicroArt.


MicroArt™ Semi Permanent Makeup has eliminated the side effects of traditional permanent makeup.

For more information about the differences click here.

Before and After photos of MicroArt Semi Permanent Makeup - Side Effects of Permanent Makeup




Before and After photos of MicroArt Semi Permanent Makeup - Side Effects of Permanent Makeup


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MicroArt Semi Permanent makeup is a proprietary technology perfected by our team of electronic engineers, cosmetic biochemists, and Founder Hollywood makeup artist Tanya York. The goal was to develop a makeup that could last for years on the skin, look more natural than makeup and eliminate all of the side effects of other forms of permanent makeup. After five years of development, MicroArt has now been enjoyed by thousands of people who fly in from around the world to get their procedure.

There are no other forms of permanent cosmetics like it. MicroArt utilizes cutting-edge equipment, custom blended mineral-based pigments and a system designed to ensure results so natural that even men wear it.

To learn more about the differences between MicroArt and other forms of permanent makeup click here.

Tanya York - Founder

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