I depends on several factors such as the type of pigment used, the skill of the artist, and the individual's skin type and aftercare. The color of the pigment will fade over time due to exposure to sunlight, pollution, and the natural exfoliation process of the skin. The fading process varies from person to person, but it typically starts to become noticeable after the first year and may require touch-up appointments to maintain the desired color.
Lip liner and lipstick are more likely to need more frequent touch-up appointments as the lips are more exposed to the environment and the skin on the lips is thinner, making the pigment fade faster. Eyeliners and eyebrows, on the other hand, tend to last longer as they are not exposed to as much wear and tear.
The skill of the artist also plays a role in how long the pigment will last. An experienced and skilled artist can apply the pigment in a way that mimics the natural texture of the skin and make it less noticeable as it fades.
Proper aftercare can also help to extend the longevity of the permanent makeup. This includes avoiding sun exposure, using sunscreen, and not picking or scratching the treated area.
In general, Best Permanent Makeup can last for several years, but touch-up appointments may be necessary to maintain the desired color and shape. It is important to have realistic expectations and understand that the longevity of the pigment can vary for each individual.