Permanent Makeup Guide 101

Permanent Makeup Treatment

Are you tired of spending hours perfecting your eyebrows and applying eyeliner daily? Do you struggle to look fresh and glowing throughout the day? You’re not alone, but there’s a solution – permanent makeup treatment.

From natural-looking eyebrows to defined lip contours, permanent makeup can help you achieve the desired look effortlessly and save you time.

Let’s unravel everything there is to know about this innovative treatment. We’ll discuss the different types of permanent makeup, how the procedure works and the benefits it brings along.

What is Permanent Makeup Treatment?

What is Permanent Makeup

Permanent makeup treatment, also referred to as permanent cosmetics and cosmetic tattooing, is a specialised procedure that involves depositing pigments into the upper layers of the skin to enhance and define specific features. Unlike traditional makeup that requires daily application, permanent makeup is designed to provide long-lasting results. 

With the ability to customise colours and designs, permanent makeup treatment offers a convenient and semi-permanent solution for individuals who desire to enhance their natural beauty and achieve flawless-looking makeup effortlessly. Permanent makeup treatments can help save time and effort in daily makeup routines, provide symmetrical and balanced features, and boost self-confidence.

Types of Permanent Makeup and Their Benefits 

For those looking to enhance their natural beauty semi-permanently, Bodycraft is your go-to destination. With a reliable team of licensed experts and state-of-the-art equipment, we offer a range of permanent makeup treatments to help you achieve your beauty goals. Here are the cosmetic treatments available at Bodycraft:

1. BB Glow Treatment

The BB Glow Facial treatment uses microneedling to deposit semi-permanent tinted pigments into the skin, adding a natural-looking glow to your skin. It minimises the appearance of blemishes and evens your skin tone giving your skin a radiant and smooth look.

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2. Microblading

Microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow makeup technique that uses a handheld microblade tool to draw thin hair-like strokes along the eyebrow area. Microblading is perfect for those with thin or sparse eyebrows and can help create fuller, more defined brows.

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3. Micropigmentation

Micropigmentation, also known as lip blushing, is an innovative technique that involves implanting pigments into the lips to improve their shape, colour, and texture. With this treatment, you can achieve more defined, fuller-looking lips that enhance your natural beauty.

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Here are all the permanent makeup treatment packages offered by Bodycraft:

Treatment Package Name Cost
BB Glow Facial Treatment 1 Session ₹ 10,169
4 Sessions ₹ 33,898
Microblading 1 Session + An Additional Touch-up Session ₹ 21,186
Touch-up Session ₹ 12,711
Micropigmentation 1 Session ₹ 20,000
1 Session + An Additional Touch-up Session ₹ 25,000
2 Sessions + An Additional Session ₹ 30,000

How Long Does Permanent Makeup Last?

The duration of permanent makeup treatment varies depending on several factors, including skin type, the procedure conducted, and the aftercare regime. On average, cosmetic makeup treatments can last for over a year. Here are some general guidelines for the longevity of different procedures:

  • Eyebrow microblading typically lasts for one to three years.
  • Eyeliner tattooing can last for two to five years.
  • Lip pigmentation tends to last for one to five years, depending on the colour and technique used.

It is essential to understand that permanent makeup can gradually fade or necessitate touch-ups due to factors such as sun exposure, skin ageing, and individual skin attributes. Proper aftercare is needed to preserve the longevity of the permanent makeup

Permanent Makeup: Before and After 

Here are the before and after effects of different types of permanent makeup to help with better clarity:

  • Eyebrow Microblading

Before: Sparse or thin eyebrows, uneven shape, or missing hair.

After: Fuller, well-shaped eyebrows that look natural and complement your facial features.

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  • Eyeliner Tattooing

Before: Lack of definition or thin eyelashes, uneven or asymmetrical eye shape.

After: Enhanced eye contours that make your eyes appear more defined and attractive, saving time on daily eyeliner application.

  • Lip Pigmentation

Before: Pale or unevenly pigmented lips, thin or undefined lip shape.

After: Plumper, more colourful lips with improved shape and symmetry, giving a youthful and vibrant appearance.

Note: The above effects can vary depending on individual preferences, the skill of the technician, and the healing process. It’s essential to consult with a professional to understand the potential outcomes and find the right permanent makeup technique for your desired look. Book an appointment at Bodycraft today to get expert guidance and effective treatment.

The Takeaway

From perfectly sculpted eyebrows to lusciously defined lips, the transformative art form of permanent makeup treatment is a game-changer. At the Bodycraft Skin Cosmetic Clinic, our expert aestheticians utilise revolutionary techniques and a keen eye for detail to deliver exceptional results.  Embrace the liberating escape from daily makeup rituals and revel in the confidence that comes with flawless, long-lasting results crafted by our dedicated team.


1. Is it safe to do permanent makeup?

Yes, when performed by a skilled professional using proper hygiene and sterilisation protocols, permanent makeup is generally safe.

2. What should I avoid after permanent makeup?

After permanent makeup, avoid excessive sun exposure, swimming, saunas, and picking or scratching the treated areas.

3. Is permanent makeup very painful?

The level of pain during permanent makeup procedures can vary, but numbing agents are typically used to minimise discomfort.

4. Does permanent makeup damage skin permanently?

When done correctly and with proper aftercare, permanent makeup should not cause any damage to the skin.

5. Can I do permanent makeup at home?

It is not recommended to attempt permanent makeup at home as it requires specialised training, expertise, and sterile equipment.

6. Can permanent makeup be removed?

Yes, permanent makeup can be removed through various techniques like laser removal, saline removal, or camouflage methods.