Remember this phrase:
A good camouflage is one in which you do not see what your client had previously or what you did. In other words, if, once the skin is healed, you see the correction color you applied, you didn’t do a good job.
When I perform a procedure of this type, the first thing I do is to carefully break down the components of the full procedure with my client in clear terms he or she can understand. I explain that this kind of procedure requires a process that needs to be fully completed in order to see the desired final result.
The client needs to be willing to persevere through the entire process or decide not to start it at all. The reason for this is because a removal or camouflage procedure in progress can look very bad between treatments. A client may believe is it not being properly done and not working., but they need to understand that, indeed, the treatment is working and it requires time, patience, and as many sessions as necessary, in order achieve the goal.
My recommendation to you as an artist in permanent makeup is:
If you really want to become an expert in this field, look for an authorized instructor to teach you removal and correction. Do not attempt a treatment you do not know how to do properly.
If you understand the Softap® technique, look for an advanced class. If you do not know Softap® at all, do not attempt a lightening or removal with the Lightening™ solution using another method such as microblading or machine.
The use of this pigment remover requires knowledge of the technique and the product, as well as a commitment to the careful execution of the process guided by your professional ethics.
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