Areola Repigmentation For Restoring Breasts’ Natural Beauty
September 23, 2019
Your areolas are as unique and attractive as you are and come in all sizes, shapes, and colors. When your areolas have been lost due to breast surgery, have altered because of hormonal changes from childbirth or a medical condition, or yours are naturally faint in color and barely there, you can have your areolas redefined at Me by Michelle.
Safe, Non-Surgical And Artistic
It’s a tattooing procedure called areola repigmentation, and the amazing results can recover your areolas and nipples in the most realistic-looking way and enhance your appearance. There is zero surgery, and skilled experts in micropigmentation can deliver incredible results and the areolas you desire. Michelle Cesena of Me by Michelle, happens to be one of the finest professionals in the Scottsdale area when it comes to the artistry of 3D areola pigmentation. As a woman, she understands what a female’s breasts mean to each individual and the often sensitive topic of nipples and areolas. Michelle wants every woman to love the skin they’re in, and that is why she did her training in medical aesthetics and now offers these wonderful and safe procedures at her skin rejuvenation practice.
3D Effects: Enlarge, Darken, Redefine
Micropigmentation is a tattooing technique that can recreate a long-lasting, semi-permanent image of a natural-looking areola and/or nipple. A special handheld tattoo pen containing fine needles is used to apply ink to the top layer of the skin. The procedure takes about two sessions to complete, but it really depends on how quickly your skin heals. It can take up to 4-6 weeks or longer to fully heal. At first, the pigment will appear quite dark in color, but as healing goes on, the shade will lighten by about 50 percent. The technique can even be successfully performed over scars you may have, but the pigment may heal with a bit of a darker pigment hue.
Client Participate In Areola Design
At Me by Michelle, the client plays a key role in areola repigmentation because she knows exactly how she wants her breasts to naturally appear. The client communicates with Michelle about the shape, size, and color she wants for her areolas and/or nipples. You do not have to have both areolas or nipples tattooed during the procedure. Some women want to correct an areola that is smaller in size than the other, for instance. A topical anesthetic cream can be applied to the area before the 3D areola pigmentation is started. Every individual has a unique pain tolerance. The
procedure should not be painful, but some clients feel some tingling. Touch-ups are recommended when the pigment starts to fade, and some women go beyond a year and still see rich-hued results.
If you’re interested in restoring your breasts’ natural beauty and would like to have areola repigmentation, then schedule a personal consultation with Michelle Cesena at Me by Michelle. She is a licensed, certified and gifted artist.
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