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Permanent Makeup

Permanent Makeup of the Eye

Permanent Makeup

Permanent makeup or micro pigmentation is the revolutionary method of depositing hypoallergenic mineral pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. With an ultra-thin needle and pigment, the shape of the eyebrows and eyes are enhanced.

Besides boosting self-confidence, micro pigmentation can also lead to a more active lifestyle, and personal freedom and save quite a bit of time on make-up applications. PMU is also very suitable for people with allergies to regular make-up, contact lens wearers with sensitive eyes, people with glasses or people who are active in sports.

Microblading & Powder Brows

Microblading is a form of semi-permanent makeup performed using a manual, disposable tool composed of very fine needles resembling the shape of a blade.  This blade is dipped in pigment, and “scratches” the surface of the skin creating very natural, hair like strokes. The results are completely maintenance-free, and typically last 18-24 months.

Powder brows, also a form of semi-permanent makeup, is done using a traditional tattoo machine which implants pigment in a pixelated design, giving the appearance of a softly filled in brow.

We can also do a beautiful combination of microblading and powder brow giving a full and completed eyebrow.

Li-FT Tattoo Lightening/Removal

Li-FT is a safe and highly effective pigment-lightening solution that can tackle any pigment color on any skin color. Li-FT is unique to other methods in that it uses a specialized formula of saline, salt, and fruit extracts. This service is done using the same traditional equipment used in the tattooing process. However, instead of pigment, this saline solution is implanted into the skin. A sterile solution is tattooed into the skin to make the skin reject the pigment. Li-FT works using osmosis and your body’s natural healing process to lift pigment up to the surface. This method of removal decreases the chance of causing lasting damage to your melanocytes (color-producing skin cells), and permanently affecting the integrity of the skin. This type of removal is safer and has fewer risks of hypo or hyperpigmentation, as well as blistering and scarring than laser treatment

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Clemson Eye Aesthetics Team

The Clemson Eye Aesthetics Team is composed of Balaji Perumal, M.D., an oculoplastic surgeon, highly trained Nurse Injectors and Licensed Aestheticians as well as dedicated Patient Coordinators. Our knowledgeable, caring staff are here to answer any questions you may have.

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