About Permanent Makeup

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Are you tired of:

Eyebrow pencils, uneven brows or brows that smear, smudge or wipe off? Eyeliner that won’t go on evenly, runs or wears off by the end of the day? Lipstick or Lip liner that wears off and constantly needs to be reapplied? Do you have:

a busy lifestyle?

Don't have the time to apply makeup in the morning?

Allergies to conventional make-up?

Do your allergies cause major problems when you put on your makeup? 

Lips that lack natural coloring and definition?

Want the optical illusion of fuller looking lips?

Little or no eyebrow hair?

Want your eyebrows to have that full arched look?

Unsteady or arthritic hands?

Want a steady hassle free liner for your face?

Visual impairment from contacts or glasses?

Do your contacts or glasses cause you problems?

Benefits of Permanent Makeup

The most obvious benefit of permanent makeup is that it can simply save you time. People with busy schedules, long commutes and numerous commitments can several minutes out of their morning routine each day. And you never have to worry about your makeup smudging or fading -- permanent makeup won't come off after swimming, working out or showering.

You never have to worry about your permanent makeup ever smudging or wearing off again. Permanent makeup also won't come off after swimming, working out or showering.

People with physical disabilities or impaired motor skills, such as arthritis, Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis, may want permanent makeup because it's difficult for them to apply makeup themselves.With permanent makeup, they can continue to wear makeup without having to worry about whether they've applied it accurately.

Besides cosmetic applications, permanent makeup also has paramedical purposes, including madarosis (eyebrows), scars, and areola. Cancer patients undergoing either surgery or chemotherapy can often use the help of paramedical procedures. For example, after a mastectomy or tumor removing surgery in which altered or removed the breast’s areola one can have it redefined and recolored.

Paramedical procedures of the areola can carry out a total visual reconstruction by returning the skins appearance to normal. With the loss of eyebrows during chemotherapy or a medical condition most people choose to get their eyebrows done with permanent makeup. Paramedical procedures help to hide the visual and emotional scars that are associated with the reminders of trauma, illness, or accidents. If done right, a paramedical procedure will not even be noticeable. The biggest benefit is giving ones self-esteem back!!!

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