Once we put on some makeup, we want it to stay on face, but what happens if the weather is rainy or it's a hot sunny day? How often you lip liner melts away? What if you want to highlight your beauty, but you have no time to put on make up every morning? Permanent makeup can be your salvation. There are many reasons why people choose this type of make up, but the main reason is always the same: people want to look good.

Permanent make-up (also known as micropigmentation or permanent cosmetics) is similar to tattoos, but it's not as visible and outstanding. It's meant to enhance natural facial features or to mimic regular make up. Most people think of pain and unnatural look when it turns to permanent makeup, but both of these statements are more myths than truth. Small amounts of pigments are injected into dermal layer and this procedure causes discomfort, but anesthetic drugs are used during the process, so the procedures are not painful. And the color palette is as wide as you can imagine, so it's not like they have only red color for lips and single black for eyebrows. Skin infection is another popular myth which can be true if you choose permanent make-up to be done by amateur. Specialists in legal beauty clinics use proper sterilization, so skin infections are not possible.

Permanent makeup might be the only way to highlight facial features for some people. If you are allergic to cosmetics, there are a few makeup means you can use, but you have a green light for permanent makeup. If your skin is extra oily, regular cosmetics won't do any good. And if there's nothing wrong with your skin, just think of how convenient it might be: with permanent makeup your face will be highlighted even without any topically applied cosmetics. If you're a busy person it might be difficult to take your time and look as best as you could.

Permanent make up can "fix" facial features that you find imperfect. If you think your lips are too thin or asymmetrical, permanent cosmetics can be used to add some fullness by inserting dye around natural lip line. If your eyebrows are very thin or light, a specialist can create a new look using micropigmentation. Eyeliner and change of lip color are other popular procedures.

Once you decide you want permanent makeup, there are several things you have to consider. Permanent cosmetics remain visible for several years, then the make up starts to fade away. Choose the color of make-up carefully: if you go for some seasonal trends, you may hate your makeup after just 5 or 6 months. Think natural: glorious red lips will stun everyone, but do you really want to look that way 24/7? Allergic reaction to pigments is pretty rare, but make sure you do the allergy test before those pigment are used all over your face. Choose reputable beauty clinic for this kind of makeup; if you choose cheap beauty salon and non-specialist person, there's much more possibility for things to go wrong. Remember that the permanent make-up will stay on you face for several years as the removal is quite complicated.