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The Resurgence of Micro-pigmentation
 

The term micro-pigmentation is most often referred to as permanent makeup or cosmetic tattooing which is quite self-descriptive. Like a traditional tattoo, ink is tattooed into the skin using specialized needles, but instead of creating designs on parts of the body such as the chest, arms, and legs, this technology is utilized primarily on the eyes, eyebrows, and lips. . Canadian micro-pigmentation expert Pat Shibley-Gauthier has been personally credited with playing a large role in revitalizing this industry. Years ago, poor quality ingredients in the pigment and ill-trained staff had threatened to make permanent makeup a thing of the past until Shibley-Gauthier stepped in. Under her care and dedication, a new line of pigments with over 50 shades was born of the highest quality powders.. Ms. Shibley-Gauthier has travelled the world lecturing on micro-pigmentation and has operated her own instructional school in the Canada for more than twenty years. This dedication and knowledge passed on to countless others over the decades has been a source of inspiration for her colleagues and students alike and has earned her a reputation as a leading authority in permanent tattoo pigments not only in Canada but around the world.

 
Why Cosmetic Tattooing is So Popular
 

Imagine waking up in the morning looking like you just came from a salon with barely the slightest effort. For women who have undergone this procedure, it is nothing short of a life-saver. Busy career women are trapped in the daily conundrum of having little time for makeup but a heavy expectation to be wearing a made up face. Athlete's wish to look their best, but physical exertion makes it difficult to keep cosmetics in place. People with vision problems may find it difficult to apply their own cosmetics by times. Micro-pigmentation alleviates all of those problems by permanently tattooing the face you wish to present directly onto your skin, allowing you to look fresh-faced and perfectly put-together any time of day or night. 

 
Health Benefits of Tattoo Pigments
 
 

Applying cosmetics on a normal daily basis is not only time consuming, but can also be damaging to the skin. Healthy skin requires room to breathe and when covered up by heavy makeup can eventually make it look tired with a loss of vitality. Over time, irritations and certain allergies can occur in addition to the bacteria, which could potentially invade products that have been left around too long. However, with micro-pigmentation, there is nothing to ever reapply ensuring eyeliners, brows and lips always looks like they've just freshly stepped out of a salon.

 

Whether you are the host of a symposium looking for a speaker, a school of cosmetology looking for a guide, or a student looking to master the fascinating craft of tattoo makeup, Pat Shibley-Gauthier has the inside knowledge to offer you the skills needed to continue advancing in this exciting industry!

 

- See more at: http://info.micropigmentationcentre.com/tattoo-pigments#sthash.etXdj0NH.dpuf

 
Micro-Pigmentation Centre Inc.
5155 Spectrum Way, Unit 24,
Mississauga, ON, L4W 5A1

 
t.  (905) 625-5155
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Toll Free: (888) 737-6268
 
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