WHY PERMANENT MAKEUP?
The Permanent Cosmetic Studio is led by licensed cosmetologist Carmella Gibellino-Schultz. She is well known for artistry in lips, eyeliner, brows including Microblading and Fusion and is described in the media as a “meticulous artist.” Carmella is passionate about enhancing natural beauty through permanent cosmetic procedures and has extended her services to include areola tattooing and scar camouflaging.
Reconstruction: For those interested in scar camouflaging and/or areola restoration, Carmella’s color theory is unmatched. Her delicate manner only adds to the warm hearted experience. With her expertise and education, she has managed to create a three dimensional looking areola/nipple for those with breast reconstruction, giving self-confidence and naturalness back to the women who’ve fought and deserve it. Most light pink or white scars can be blended to appear as if they didn’t exist, regardless of their location on the body.
Carmella can re-pigment:
- Scars (must be whitened skin not red/purple)
- Camouflage (for scarring that has lost color, ie: face lifts, other invasive procedures)
- Scalpareola (after breast augmentation or simply to just darken color)
HOW IT WORKS
Have you ever considered the benefits of Permanent Cosmetics, for yourself or for someone else, and wondered, “What does this process entail? What does it take to achieve the perfection that Carmella is so well recognized for in the tri-state area?” Let us shed a little light on the subject.
Intradermal pigmentation is a revolutionary method of placing natural mineral based pigments into the dermal layer of skin. This state-of-the-art technique is medically proven to be safe. Intradermal pigmentation is used for a variety of permanent cosmetic enhancements such as eyebrows, eyeliner, eye shadow and lip color. Other Permanent Cosmetic procedures include scar camouflaging and areola restoration.
Although the industry calls it permanent, the cosmetic pigment is made of all natural minerals and it does fade over time, especially with prolonged sun exposure. Certain products and medications, such as glycolic or Retin-A, can also cause premature fading of the tattoos. It is best to avoid these types of products and treatments around your Permanent Cosmetics by wearing SPF (even in the winter!) to protect your skin and the investment you’ve made in yourself.
Color boosting your cosmetics every one to seven years is the best way to keep your fresh, youthful color. Every person’s skin is unique, as will be your cosmetics. You don’t have to keep up with the maintenance if you feel you no longer care for the enhanced look. It will not turn blue or black. It will simply fade over time, eventually leaving no trace.
140 Commons Court,
The Commons at Chadds Ford,
Chadds Ford, PA 19317
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