According to statistics, about 90% of the world’s population is infected with the herpes simplex virus. For many people, it does not manifest itself. However, the slightest disruption in immunity can cause its aggravation – these unpleasant itchy skin bubbles, the healing of which lasts a week or even more.
When tattooing occurs minimal trauma / stress to the skin and this in 90% of cases provokes the aggravation of herpes (usually it is the zone of the lips or less often – eyelids). For the life of the client, it is not dangerous. But the very tattoo can hurt. After healing, the skin may look “spotty” and the color is not uniform. All this is corrected by the master at the second stage of the procedure, but it is better to just avoid it.
We recommend clients 1-2 days before the procedure and drink herpes medicine for three days after it. To do this, they must contact their doctor. The selection of the drug and dosage is carried out by the attending doctor, and not by the master of tattoo!
If you have an aggravation, remember the rules of caring for the tattoo area. Never use ointments containing hormones, antibiotics in the place of the introduced pigment. The ointment can be applied outside the boundaries of the tattoo – for example, if the bubbles are localized behind the contour of the lips. Do not peel off the crusts, do not lick, do not steam up – do not accelerate the natural healing processes – only this way you will be able to maintain the highest quality result of the procedure.
Proper eyebrow sketching is one of the most important stages of the permanent eyebrow makeup procedure and the necessary skill for each brow specialist. To achieve a successful result, the master must be a makeup artist, an artist, and a psychologist at the same time. Today I explain to you about all the intricacies of building a universal, classic sketch of symmetrical eyebrows.
Universal – because this technique is suitable for drawing symmetric edges on absolutely any face. Of course, you will have to take into account the peculiarities of the face shape and the wishes of the client to create harmonious eyebrows.
In order to choose a shape of the eyebrows full analyzes required. This scheme will help you to find the balanced shape of the eyebrows.
Drawing eyebrows depending on the shape of the face
any eyebrow shape is suitable for an oval face
for an elongated – straight, removed from the nose
square face – with smooth rounded lines
heart-shaped and diamond-shaped – a classic curved eyebrow shape
round – maximum curviline eyebrows without roundness
For beginners, we recommend the following exercise: mentally select the shape of the eyebrows for each passerby / girlfriend / mother / travel companion. First, determine the shape of the face, then the shape of the eyebrows. Well, then you can and should proceed to drawing the sketch.
The main thing – to develop the skill to properly build a sketch of eyebrows. And for this, exercise daily.
Hyaluronic acid, also known as hyaluronan, is a clear, gooey substance that is naturally produced by your body. The largest amounts of it are found in your skin, connective tissue and eyes. Its main function is to retain water to keep your tissues well lubricated and moist. Hyaluronic acid has a variety of uses.
Hyaluronic acid is the most hydrating substance in the world, and a naturally occurring sugar in the body alongside elastin and collagen. It provides skin tissue with adequate moisture levels to help hold it’s form, keeping your skin looking hydrated and plump. Hyaluronic acid also comes commercially in the form of a gel that can be injected into the those areas that have lost or are absent of volume, such as lips. Juvederm and Restylane are the most popular and well known forms of hyaluronic acid fillers. By injecting the hyaluronic acid fillers the gel we are inducing new collagen and new elastic to be formed, reinflating the balloon rejuvenating the face, lifting cheeks and lips other areas of lost volume. Hyaluronic is one of natures most powerful humectants and is now being added to moisturizers and other beauty products like anti-aging serums and even “Vitamin C”. It is also incorporated into skincare treatments like microneedling.
1 molecule can hold up to 1000 times its weight in water. Tip: Hyalauronic acid is more effective in humid environments. In moist conditions hyaluronic acid pulls moisture from the air into your skin. It is understood to be less effective in dryer climates.
The Hyaluron Pen is an innovation that deposits Hyaluronic Acid Filler into the epidermal and upper dermal layers of the skin without traditional needles or injections. Ideal for clients that are frightened or uncomfortable with needles, this pain free treatment is less invasive and fast, and allows clients to plump and fill their lips, fine lines and wrinkles.
Through the pressure technology the pen uses pressure which causes the Hyaluronic Acid to turn into molecules and inserts the Hyaluronic acid Filler through the skin. The Diameter of this flow is 0.17 mm, twice as small as the smallest insulin needle. The mixture used is Hyaluronic acid. The Hyaluron Pen can be used to create volume, shape and lift.
Treatment areas include:
Perfect for lip augmentations and reducing wrinkles.
The Hyaluronic Acid only reaches the papillary layer of the dermis making this a safe treatment with no risk of occlusion as well as no sharp tips to puncture blood vessels.
Hyaluronic Acid is a natural sugar found in the human body, hyaluronic acid is the most hydrating substance in the world. It’s function is to attract water and keep skin hydrated, plump and youthful. As the human body creates Hyaluronic Acid naturally it is impossible to be allergic to it.
As we age, the body decreases the amount of Hyaluronic Acid and collagen fibers. They dry up and become thinner, resulting in loss of hydration and elasticity.
This causes skin to sag and wrinkles to form. by adding hyaluronic acid into the skin we revive the collagen and promote a fresher, plumper effect.
Hyaluronic Acid is the main structural element of connective tissue.
Hyaluron Pen is a new category as a procedure. Although being really simple, the device is actually incredibly powerful. Why? Because you can do a great deal with this little tool – it combines approaches that have so far being used in mesotherapy and fillers, plus it is totally safe.
2018 start used to fill in wrinkles and also inject hyaluronic acid mixture into lips. It started steady growth in smaller in beauty aesthetic groups. After larger introductions in the early autumn of 2018, it became widely more popular. The blow-out point was early winter 2018. That is inevitable.One of the best things when it comes to Hyaluron Pen is simplicity. It is a simple procedure that allows inserting hyaluronic acid into the skin in a very safe manner. When it comes to legal aspects, you of course have to find out your local legislation, however we can say that thousands of people are using int all over the world. In a way, it is a simple moisturizer of the upper layer of dermis that can well be used to enhance the shape and thickness of lips.
Still, obviously everyone herself must clarify the rules and regulations in her specific perspective location of providing the service. As stated all over this site, we take no responsibility regarding how you use this information, we urge you to contact local health officers regarding that treatment.
Fillers are injections that can have a large effect on the overall look of the human face. The filler is, the deeper it is injected and the larger and usually also permanent the effect is.
When it comes to Hyaluron Pen the fillers that can be used are very liquid and can only be inserted to the upper layer of dermis – Papillary dermis. This means that it only competes with a small category of HA fillers that do the same thing. Whilst being limited when it comes to deeper or subnormal injections (where filler injections are used to achieve results), Hyaluron Pen pretty much dominates in its own category because of its ease of use.
Why is it so popular? There are three most important reasons why a beauty procedure and device related to that form a new category and become super popular. First, it has to affordable to start with. Every once in a while treatments appear that promise miracles. Sometimes they deliver, sometimes not. However, if the initial investment to try what exactly can be done, is too high, not enough people even care to find out, even fewer start doing it and it will never take off as a new category because not enough clients even start to share their experience. Sooner or later a more affordable alternative comes that knocks it off and achieves massive popularity. Secondly, it has to be possible to start using it without extreme education.
If a tool or a solution is affordable, but the person using it has to learn something for years to be licensed to use that, it’s just an obstacle hard to pass. It limits greatly the popularity of such solutions. Thirdly, it has to underpromise and overdeliver. It has to do the job and do it better than the other solutions. In addition to that totally safely. In most cases solve a problem not just enhance something a little bit. As one probably knows, microblading blew out because it ticked all the boxes, so does Hyaluron Pen.
Hyaluron Pen treatment is safe?
Well, nothing is absolutely safe and even a microblading artist can poke someone’s eye out if she is not careful enough. Still compared to injecting fillers (that the safety of Hyaluron Pen often gets compared to) it is totally safe. Why? Well, the most terrible problems with injections come, as we all know from blocked blood vessels to which an unfortunate treatment provider has injected some filler. For example, filling some large enough artery with thick enough substance can restrict some Oxygen movement to eyes and actually cause temporary or permanent blindness in the worst case. With Hyaluron Pen it is anatomically impossible to inject the substance even close the same way, thus there are no such risks.
Neuramis, an injectable facial filler, is used by cosmetic, dermatological, and plastic surgeons to soften deep folds and reduce wrinkles in the faces of patients. Neuramis® is manufactured using SHAPE technology. Its substance is largely acid, a substance normally found in the skin, muscles, and tendons of mammals. Attained CE mark, Neuramis can be used for removing wrinkles and folds and also used as a facial augmentation agent. Neuramis acts like an inflated cushion to support facial structures and tissues that may have lost volume or elasticity due to normal aging. Because it consists of acid, Neuramis® also brings water to the surface of skin to keep it looking fresh and supple.
It’s always beneficial if you can hear about the permanent makeup experience from real customers. Most permanent makeup providers include testimonial sections on their websites, but be sure to check out reviews on facebook. and Instagram .
5. Communication Skills
When you speak to or meet with the permanent makeup artist, consider how he or she makes you feel. Are you comfortable talking with the artist? Does she explain herself well? How thoroughly does she answer your questions? Clear communication is key to getting the results you want.
Needle-free treatments are filling up the ads. The trend of needle-free, and painless, treatments are on the bull run. What is it about, how it works, and how it differs from good old dermal fillers?
To understand this technique, we must first understand why it even exists, and how it was invented.
Needle-free drug administration was patented for diabetes patients. Constant need for injections lead to the development of the device that we nowadays call – HYALURON PEN.
Science behind this miracle invention from the late 70s is pretty simple. It works under the principles of high pressure applied to the small surface, creating a high force that penetrates skin epidermis layer and injects injectables into the dermis layer of the skin.
This way, injecting is considered as non-invasive but still effective. But is it effective as regular old-fashioned syringes with needles?
Removing the needle from the equation of injecting drugs and other injectables into the skin has many benefits to it. First and the most obvious is it’s non-invasive nature. Second but also important, this treatment is almost fear-free.
Many people suffer from a severe fear of needles. In the end, nobody likes being stabbed with a needle, especially not in the face.
So, fear-free, pain-free alternative miracle? Or maybe not?
Definitely hyaluron pen technique has its pros and cons. Let’s review a few of them:
Removes fear from needles
It is mostly painless
It doesn’t look scary
There is short or even no recovery time from the treatment
It is quick, and effects are visible immediately
Effects definitely have a shorter retention period than with normal dermal fillers (with a needle)
It is still too expensive considering shorter lasting results
It is completely legal to be performed by anyone, so many so-called “experts” may ruin your face (good thing is that results wear off pretty quickly so you won’t be having that weird look on your face forever)
But let’s look at a bright side of it. It is good, it is trendy, it gives results, and it is easily done. So, for me it’s still a miracle, considering that innovations in the beauty industry were almost none for a long period of time. And they were always coming with a high price tag, so adoptability rates were sluggishly show.
No, at least not anytime soon. Doctors will still have their jobs doing injection fillers, but so many others will have their chance to become lip augmentation artists and anti-aging experts.
Dermal fillers still hold the biggest chunk of face augmentation industry, and for some time it will be like that. The hyaluron pen is definitely on its bull run and will not slow anytime soon (if not stopped by some lobby group of government payroll dudes), and it will definitely stay for some foreseeable future.
My opinion is that many hyaluron pen therapists expect their clients will pay the same price for hyaluron pen treatment as they would do for dermal fillers. First of all, dermal fillers are injected into a subcutaneous tissue and last longer. Hyaluron pen is injecting into dermis and it has some benefits because of that.
First, when injected into dermis layer, hyaluronic acid boosts natural production of our naturally stored hyaluronic acid. So maybe first treatment results will not be as long lasting, but expect that this process will make retention rates longer for each new treatment undertaken.
To cut the long story short, dermal fillers will stay as well. This treatment will always have better precision and longer lasting results, but it will always be much more expensive, painful and you will never have the opportunity to go to a wedding after you did fillers, at least not for next few days (this is definitely something you can do after the hyaluron pen treatment)
As we live in the 21st century, you probably had a dilemma, at least once in a lifetime, where you needed to choose between online or offline education, service or any other digital/material product.
Throughout this post I will try to debate both sides of this story. Dilemma of 21st century, go digital vs. go material.
So let’s dive in with pros of good old fashioned in-person, live, material, call it whatever you want, education.
Live Training Pros
Live education is still the best way of educating other people, especially for hands on matter material. So here are the pros:
Best for showing things that need to be shown live, so any kind of know-how and explanation of various procedures, let’s say – hands on matter things
There is no procrastination, you do it, and you do it here and now
There is a synergy within the workshop, classroom or any other form of gathering where we practice educational activities
You can learn by trial and error, but much faster than on your own, during any other kind of remote learning
Last but not least, you can get immediate results for all hands on matter educations (excluding only a showcase educations and workshops where lecturer only shows, but doesn’t work with students)
Online Training Pros
As we always tend to go positive first, I will debate pro online training now. So let’s dive into perks of online training form.
Everybody learns different, online courses allow you to express your style, no rushing, take your time, do it your style.
Forgot something, open the lesson you wanna remind yourself and dive back in. You will never lose notes or miss something because you lacked focus or your phone was ringing. This is especially important for health critical fields of work.
You are busy? No problems, take your time and pace your learning up to your needs.
Not sure that your question sounds “stupid” or not, ask anyway. Nobody will judge you cause you’re online, no flushing during the crowded learning session in the classroom.
The instructor is showing things too fast, just slow down the video and follow your way. Pause when you need to go to the bathroom and never miss anything again.
Live Training Cons
As online and live educations are almost diametral opposites, you will probably find some online education pros inverted here, so let’s dive in.
Everybody has a bad day, and you registered for a training on THAT day. Jinx! Live trainings are usually one to three days long and seats should be reserved way advance, you may never know what might happen, and probably you will never get your money back, at least not all of it.
Live trainings might be a little bit overcrowded sometimes. Not all the time, but overcrowded for me and for you are two different meanings. Just, sometimes you would like there isn’t anybody around you when you focus to your task.
You just can’t match everyones pace! Why? Simple, other people are slower learners, or maybe you like to learn slowly. Anyway, you will either be rushed or you will think that minutes are hours.
Price, price, price… It almost always comes to that in the end. Live education seminars and workshops tends to have higher and higher prices every year, especially in the beauty industry.
And for the end, logistics. You just need to make logistics, especially if education is in the other city or country. We all like to travel around, but it sometimes just sucks.
Online Training Cons
Some people think that enrolling an online course looks something like this photo above. Let’s debunk the myths and find out what are the cons of online education.
Procrastination, procrastination, procrastination… We simply leave all for the last hour, especially when there is a long timeframe. That’s why all courses on HyaluronWorld have their timeframe set, so that you need to finish it someday, or your money is wasted.
Lack of material, hands on matter learning. Yes, this might be a problem, but if the courses are structured well, this can easily be avoided. Also, if you add occasional Q&A live sessions with your students, as we do in our courses, you can overcome this easily and replace material classroom with a digital one.
Lack of human contact. Yes, this sometimes might be bad. But we use forums to make our learning environment alive, but without distractions, communicate when you want, but learn in peace when needed.
Lack of self esteem and motivation during your loner hours in front of the screen. You just don’t think you can do it, there is nobody to motivate you and tell you that you can do it. Well, we tend to communicate with our students regularly so they know that they are on the track.
Well, we got almost even score here. In the end it is up to your preference, but know that online education isn’t lacking behind the live one. You can learn a lot of things, and everyday it is making things more even.
New technologies, better and faster online learning platforms, augmented reality, 4k videos, all those things make our everyday education even more accessible and tend to remove the boundaries of digital and material world.
Self-paced, remote, online education is the key to expedited humanity progress. Just imagine how many under-developed regions are growing their geniuses today because they just need an internet connection, a few bucks, and a mindset. Just imagine how remote and cheap education is shaping a better world tomorrow.