Make Up

There are a number of both aesthetic and medical uses for permanent cosmetics. Eyebrows, lash enhancement, eyeliners and lip liner/lip colour are among the most popular cosmetic requests. Medical procedures include scar camouflage, areola reconstruction after breast surgery and imitation hair for those suffering from diseases such as alopecia or recovering from chemotherapy.

Benefits of permanent cosmetics

From those who like sports and don't want sweat to ruin their makeup, to the visually or motor impaired who have trouble with makeup application, a diverse group of people can use permanent cosmetic procedures. The Permanent Cosmetic Networks lists entertainers, actresses and models, men who want a natural looking face enhancement and busy mothers and professionals among the people who could benefit from this procedure.

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