Micropigmentation is a cosmetic technique that involves tattooing semi-permanent makeup onto the skin. It is also known as cosmetic tattooing or permanent makeup. The technique involves using a specialized tattoo machine to implant pigment into the dermal layer of the skin, creating a long-lasting effect that can enhance or restore the appearance of eyebrows, eyeliner, lips, and even the areola. Micropigmentation can also be used to conceal scars, correct uneven skin tones, and simulate hair follicles in balding areas of the scalp. The process typically involves multiple sessions to achieve the desired results, and the color and intensity of the pigment can be customized to match the individual’s skin tone and preferences. While micropigmentation is generally considered safe, it is important to choose a qualified and experienced practitioner to minimize the risk of adverse effects or complications.