This Is What You Need To Know About Permanent Makeup

Published on July 28, 2019
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Many tired mothers know that sometimes, makeup is the last thing on your mind in the morning. Meanwhile, there are other mothers who simply cannot leave the house even to pick up the mail without having a full face of makeup on. Either way, there’s no denying that setting aside time to do your makeup, especially when you have to get kids ready in the morning, is no walk in the park.

Permanent Lipliner

Permanent Lipliner

The universally hated thing about makeup? Having to take it off in the evening before bed. There’s nothing more annoying than having to spend 10 minutes dealing with a face full of makeup when all you want to do is jump into bed. Tempting as it is, we’ve all been warned about just how bad it is to sleep with your makeup on, so that’s never a good idea.

Enter, permanent makeup, or what the professionals refer to as “micropigmentation.” While permanent makeup has its roots in traditional tattooing, the practice has certainly come a long way since. Now, there are entire salons dedicated to permanent makeup, and the methods are much less painful and way more advanced.

Eyebrow Microblading

Eyebrow Microblading

One of the most popular choices is permanent eyebrows, due to the rise in popularity of having thick eyebrows. One of the methods used for this treatment is microblading, which involves etching on one eyebrow hair at a time, giving a much more natural look than previous tattooing methods would have in the past.

One of the most important things to do before choosing one of these procedures is having a plan. You need to choose the right person to tattoo you and then make sure that they are licensed legally according to state regulations. Next, make sure you bring in a photo that shows exactly what kind of results you’d like.

An important thing to keep in mind is that there is always a risk of infection, which can be treated accordingly. Also remember that the look of these treatments will change over time due to sun damage and aging.  Always make sure you use sunscreen in order to protect your skin and treated areas.

What do you think of these treatments? Would you go for it, or no?

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