Lasting, Natural-looking Makeup with Permanent Makeup

With subtle pigmentation and a distinct feel for colors and forms, the expert for permanent makeup of Rosenpark Clinic accentuates the natural beauty of lips or eyes.

Permanent makeup enhances natural beauty. "Applied" according to the principle of color pigmentation, it beautifies:

  • Eyebrows: Eyebrows that grow irregularly can be pigmented by drawing in very fine hairs or shadows so that they achieve a natural curve and give more contour to the face.
  • Eyelids: Precise drawing in the lash line creates discreet eyeliner. Eyelashes appear thicker and darker and the eyes appear larger and more expressive.
  • Lips: A very finely drawn contour emphasizes the natural shape of the lips. The reddish color of the lips which fades over time is shaded in with a hue that matches the contour. Full pigmentation makes the lips appear larger and evens out asymmetries.

What is permanent makeup?

Permanent makeup is a discreet, natural-looking basic makeup. It is similar to cosmetic tattooing but is a special tattoo. The color manufactured specially for this method is with a microfine pigmentation needle to the upper layer of skin. To achieve even pigmentation and depth, the needle is equipped with an automated blocking system.

Permanent makeup at Rosenpark Clinic

For more than twelve years, permanent makeup has been among the cosmetic treatments at Rosenpark Clinic. We exclusively use mineral-based colored pigments. They have been classified by the legislature as safe and thus suitable for every skin type. An allergic reaction is therefore practically ruled out.
Our cosmetologist who has many years of experience – a professional freelancer – has a distinctive feel for color and shape as well as medical knowledge. If the patient has herpes, we provide a medication for prophylaxis two days before the treatment in consultation with the dermatologists at our clinic.

The permanent makeup process

  • The cosmetologist applies makeup to the face and draws out the desired makeup.
  • For a relaxed and completely painless treatment, we apply a light anesthetic cream which takes effect in about ten minutes.
  • Using a fine pigmentation needle, she traces the lines. The epidermis is opened upon insertion of the needle and the color is introduced into the underlying dermis.
  • A skin-calming ointment is applied. Any possible redness or mild swelling abates after no more than one hour.
  • Then, if desired, a light makeup is applied. This allows the patient to go directly back out in public without any problems.
  • After about one hour, the treatment is completed.
  • The skin - depending on its individual nature - rejects 50 to 80 percent of the color. Therefore, we invite the patient back in 14 days for a follow-up treatment.
  • This second session is performed as the first session. At this second session, any desired changes are of course taken into account.
  • In many cases, one additional follow-up treatment is performed.

How long does permanent makeup last?

The pigmentation only affects the uppermost layer of skin which in turn constantly renews itself. To achieve precise results which last approximately three years, two to four treatments are needed. Permanent makeup – unlike a Tattoo – is not a decision for life. It does not need to be expensively removed if fashions or tastes change.

Our expert for discreet and natural-looking permanent makeup: Kirmizitas Özlem

Expert tip

Kirmizitas Özlem: "Permanent makeup is ideal for women who do not want to spend time putting on and taking off makeup but who nonetheless want to look carefully and discreetly made up round the clock. It withstands sports, rain or tears – and it itself does not wear off after a strenuous day."

What you can and should do after treatment

  • For care right at home, you can apply an ointment using a cotton swab.
  • Avoid self-tanners or other decorative cosmetic products to prevent discolorations and skin irritation.
  • Disregard the pigmented scabs. They will come off on their own after two to five days.
  • Avoid the sun, swimming pools and saunas in the first week following treatment.