Is a Cosmetic Tattoo the same as a common Tattoo?

Cosmetic pigmentation such as permanent eyebrows, eyelids or scalp micropigmentation (SMP) procedures are specifically geared toward mimicking the appearance of makeup. They are meant to restore confidence, not to stand out.  

A tattoo, however, is meant to stand out, to be vibrant so others notice it. Tattoo lotions can help achieve this look. The tattoo procedure uses long needles for deeper and long-lasting ink that, therefore, can withstand daily applications of gels or goopy products.

For cosmetic pigmentation, you really need the opposite effect. It needs to blend in on your face or head rather than be highlighted and obviously noticeable.

A cosmetic pigmentation procedure uses short needles, which means the life of a permanent procedure generally lasts one to three years and requires regular touchups. As a result, a very light, fast-absorbing lotion serum is needed and ideal.

Is the any Maintenance after the procedure?

Cosmetic Pigmentation is not the only step in this process, caring for your procedure after the treatment is done is also very important. Keeping your cosmetic pigmentation hydrated. The main objective in the aftercare of a cosmetic pigmentation procedure is to slow down fading as much as we can.


Fuse Skincare is specifically engineered to enhance and lock in color retention and one bottle can last you up to three months.

Is Cosmetic Micropigmentation permanent?

Scalp Micropigmentation is a form of permanent cosmetics or cosmetic pigmentation. Often referred to as a cosmetic hair tattoo or Scalp Micropigmentation, this treatment usually lasts 3-6 years (depending on the practitioner). After that time, you usually experience some slight fading as the years go on.