Pigment disappeared from the skin after cosmetic tattoo?

Pigment disappeared from the skin after cosmetic tattoo?

Lip tattoo Perth

We will consider and explain the case when the pigment partially did not take root after the cosmetic tattooing. This is a natural defence mechanism of the body when the skin rejects a small amount of a substance, perceiving it as foreign. This problem is not related to the complete yield of the pigment and is solved quite easily with a repeated procedure.

The complete release of the pigment is when, after a month, all the work done by the master disappears without a trace, leaving not even a single hint of tattooing. What is the reason for this manifestation of the organism? Why it happens? The answers to these questions are covered in this article. You must be aware of this circumstance.

Whose fault is it?

When you decide to follow the procedure and agree with all the established rules, you must be aware that there is a chance that pigment will completely disappear from the tattooed area. Do not blame the master for this, as this is not his fault. Our specialist together with you experience unfortunate consequences and try to minimise the risk of their occurrence. No matter how rich the experience is, what skills the master has, it is not realistic to predict the sad outcome in advance. The internal processes of the body are individual for everyone, so the response can be completely unpredictable. But still, there are certain circumstances that allow you to identify a risk group.

Certain factors contributing to the complete elimination of pigment
• ignoring and not following advice on caring for the tattooed area during the recovery period;
• increased production of secretion by the sebaceous glands, that is, oily skin;
• violation of hormonal levels;
• individual properties of internal metabolism, the defence mechanism of your body;
• blood vessels are located closer to the surface or their walls are fragile;
• poor blood clotting;
• taking medicines that thin the blood.
Why is it impossible to visit the bathhouse, swimming pool and similar institutions in the first days after the procedure?
Many women visit the beach, solarium, pool or bathhouse the very next day after visiting the studio, despite the warnings of the master. The full yield of the segmenting substance in this case is not one of the most serious consequences. The injured skin becomes an open entrance for various pathogenic microorganisms, and the inflammatory process can be very difficult. The outcome after such negligence can even lead to hair loss, both partial and complete. Do not think that you can hide violations from a specialist. His experience will allow you to expose you in any case.

What is the solution to this problem?

What to do if the pigment does not stay in the skin, and you still want to have permanent makeup? Eyebrow tattooing can be done again one month after the first procedure. The master will recommend injecting the dye using the shading technique, and not using the “hair” technique. This can increase the chances of the colour being absorbed by the skin.

In the case if another lip tattoo is necessary after complete rejection of the pigment, the specialist can perform the “lipstick effect” technique. This method allows you to inject the pigment more densely, so the chances of a positive outcome after complete healing are increased.


Statistics show that 5 out of 100 people have a full dye release even after a second session.

So, based on the above information, you can draw certain conclusions. Therefore, a huge request to people who want to get a tattoo for the first time, but are categorically against the realisation that they can get into these ill-fated 5% of clients from the total flow. Please, cancel the scheduled event. This solution will save precious nerves and time not only for yours, but also for our masters. But if you are determined and aware of the fact that the pigment may not take root at all, then our studio strongly recommends following all the recommendations from the master to care for the treated area until complete healing.