Cosmetic make-up tattooing is a permanent aesthetic procedure, so it is important to consider your options carefully. Due to the growing popularity of cosmetic tattoos, we have developed these helpful guidelines to help you choose the right therapist.
After researching several qualified professionals,
you should do the math and call each one and schedule a consultation. Most doctors offer free consultations. Treat this meeting as an interview. Ask for evidence of their qualifications and make a list of questions. You should ask direct questions about their experience and skills in specific cosmetic tattoos.
We encourage you to ask the following questions:
- Do you have certificates to prove your education? Can I ask to see them?
- When and where did you get your degree and education?
- Did you continue your studies and training?
- How often do you update your cosmetic tattoo skills?
- Do you have a portfolio of your work? Can I see before and after pictures of your customers?
- Do I have the phone number of the previous customer, which I can use to talk with them about the process experience?
- Can you explain the pros and cons of the cosmetic makeup tattoo I’m considering?
- Do you have valid employment and professional insurance?
Don’t be afraid to ask direct and detailed questions.
A qualified professional will be happy to answer all questions about your skills and knowledge. They should be able to provide you with all the information and evidence you need to be confident in your decision to get a cosmetic lip colour tattoo makeup.
Then ask to see the treatment rooms. Cleanliness must be checked and procedures must be reviewed. Ask if you use disposable supplies and needles. Be very honest here – ask how their cosmetic disposable tattoo supplies are packaged and ask if new needles are used for each customer.
You should also appreciate the practitioner’s personal behavior and appearance. Are they neat and well dressed? Do they present themselves professionally? Are they helpful and polite? Do they listen to you or rush to the consultation? Do you get the feeling that they really want to do what you ask, or do they want to do it themselves? Do you think you can talk to them well? Do they print? It is recommended that you talk to several professionals until you find the right fit for you.
When you are satisfied with the doctor’s skills and the cleanliness
of the premises, you should discuss the color selection for cosmetic tattoo procedures. There is a wide range of colors to choose from. Ideally, look for practitioners with more than 30 color selections. Ask about all available pigment colors. A good practitioner has at least ten options for eyebrow tattooing, another ten lip colors and additional pigment options for liner.
A final word of caution: don’t choose a cosmetic makeup artist based on price alone. Remember that this is a long-term process that is not easily reversed. Professionals should be selected based on their expertise. Use these guidelines to assess a practitioner’s competence, integrity, professionalism and reputation. In general, cosmetic makeup tattoos should cost between $400 and $1,500 for a single treatment. If you consider using a doctor who pays less, he may drop out and produce disappointing results.