Malin’s PMU is a leading permanent makeup studio in Sweden, offering a wide range of services to enhance your natural beauty. From microblading to lip blushing to eyeliner tattooing, Malin’s team of experts can help you achieve the look you desire.
What is PMU?
PMU stands for permanent makeup, also known as cosmetic tattooing. It is a minimally invasive procedure that uses pigments to create the appearance of makeup on the skin. PMU can be used to enhance or define eyebrows, lips, eyeliner, and even scalp hair.
Benefits of PMU
PMU offers a number of benefits, including:
- Convenience: PMU eliminates the need to apply makeup every day, saving you time and effort.
- Water resistance: PMU is sweat-proof and smudge-proof, so you can enjoy a flawless look even when you’re active or swimming.
- Long-lasting results: PMU typically lasts for several years, so you can enjoy your new look without having to worry about it fading.
Services offered at Malin’s PMU
Malin’s PMU offers a comprehensive range of permanent makeup services, including:
- Microblading: Microblading is a semi-permanent technique that creates the appearance of natural, hair-like strokes in the eyebrows.
- Lip blushing: Lip blushing enhances the color and definition of the lips, giving them a fuller, more youthful appearance.
- Eyeliner tattooing: Eyeliner tattooing can be used to create a variety of looks, from a thin, subtle line to a bold, dramatic wing.
- Scalp micropigmentation (SMP): SMP is a non-surgical procedure that creates the appearance of fuller hair on the scalp. It is an ideal solution for people with hair loss or thinning hair.
What to expect during a PMU treatment
A typical PMU treatment begins with a consultation with your technician. During the consultation, you will discuss your desired look and your technician will assess your skin type and needs.
Once you have agreed on a plan, your technician will cleanse and disinfect the treatment area. They will then apply a topical anesthetic to numb the area.
Next, your technician will use a specialized tool to deposit pigment into the skin. The procedure itself is relatively quick and painless, and most treatments are completed in less than an hour.
After the treatment, your technician will provide you with care instructions. It is important to follow these instructions carefully to ensure optimal results.
Healing and recovery
The healing and recovery process for PMU varies depending on the procedure performed. However, most people experience some redness and swelling in the treatment area for a few days after the treatment.
It is important to keep the treatment area clean and dry during the healing process. You should also avoid strenuous activity and direct sun exposure.
Within a few weeks, the redness and swelling will subside and your new PMU will be fully healed.
Cost of PMU
The cost of PMU varies depending on the procedure performed, the size of the treatment area, and the experience of the technician. However, PMU is typically more affordable than traditional cosmetic surgery.
PMU is a safe and effective way to enhance your natural beauty and save time on your daily makeup routine. If you are considering PMU, be sure to choose a reputable technician with experience in the procedure.
What are the risks and side effects of PMU?
PMU is a generally safe procedure, but there are some potential risks and side effects, including:
- Allergic reaction: It is important to have a patch test performed before any PMU treatment to rule out any allergies to the pigments used.
- Infection: PMU is a minimally invasive procedure, but there is a small risk of infection. It is important to follow your technician’s care instructions carefully to reduce this risk.
- Unsatisfactory results: It is important to choose a reputable technician with experience in PMU. This will help to reduce the risk of unsatisfactory results.
How long does PMU last?
The longevity of PMU varies depending on the procedure performed and the individual’s skin type. However, most PMU treatments last for several years.
Can PMU be removed?
Yes, PMU can be removed, but it can be a difficult and expensive process. There are a number of different methods for removing PMU, including laser removal, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion.