In this brief tutorial, you’ll learn more about the differences between traditional tattoo methods and new ones like Micro-pigmentation. This video was provided by Mrs. Darya Hosseini. To book our services or to join our classes, please contact us at 09901770713 or 09124143005.
Greetings. I’m Darya Hosseini. I’m a Micro-pigmentation expert and instructor. I’m here today to talk to you about the differences between tattoos and Micro-pigmentations.
First, let’s talk a bit about traditional tattoos and where they take place on tissue layers. During traditional tattoos, the pigmentations usually enter the Dermis layer, where the veins, follicles, and nerves are. It was common for people who tried eyebrow tattoos to experience severe pain, bleeding, hair fall, and allergic reactions.
In newer tattoo methods, we try to improve the cosmetic results of the work as well as reducing risks and side effects of the process. In traditional tattoos, the device used on one person was directly in contact with blood, which wasn’t hygienic and could have caused infections or transmitting viruses to other applicants. In new methods, the devices are completely hygienic, all parts are single use only, and the blood is no longer in direct contact with the device. The process takes effect in Epidermis layer, which is a superficial layer, instead of the Dermis layer, which is a deeper one.
This helps the pigmentation be more visible and prevents color changes into blue, purple, or black. This also enables us to use lighter colors for our process. It will also prevent damage to your skin tissue. Micro-pigmentation devices are single-use cartridges that can inject the pigmentations into your skin with a longer life cycle.
One of the side effects of older tattoos was that you could regret your decision after the tattooing process. The micro-pigmentation process minimizes this side effect. If you get a tattoo, which you don’t like, or regret afterward, you can take comfort in the fact that it will disappear or fade to a large degree after a year. Since the colors are biocompatible and are easily absorbed by the skin without leaving a trace, you can change your tattoo or design after six months to a year.