The permanent makeup has originated from the ancient tattoo art. The electric tattoo machine invention by the American beautician Samuel O’Reilly in 1880 was a breakthrough in this field, but only to the end of the 20th century, the permanent makeup is completely separated from the tattoo art. In fact, the tattoo or permanent makeup is the easiest cosmetic tattoo.
Unlike a real tattoo the coloring pigment during permanent makeup application, firstly, is implanted under the skin not so deeply, secondly, it lasts under the skin relatively not so long on the average of 3-5 years. In 1.5-2.5 years the coloring pigment begins to fade, and then we need to use decorative cosmetics or renew permanent makeup again. The body individual characteristics and accommodation climatic conditions affect the permanent makeup lifetime. It was noticed that southerners have to renew the permanent makeup more often than northerners. After the final coloring pigment bleeding from the skin the overwhelming majority of women have to go through the permanent makeup application procedure again.