Is carefree permanent makeup possible? Most definitely. What can be better in the morning than waking up, and having a shower (without rushing) because you’ve saved so much time on your daily makeup routine? Eyebrows are so important for women to look their best, but it can take considerable time getting them to look right. Has this ever been you? They seemed so perfect yesterday; why can’t I get them looking that good today? I think we’ve all been there. Consider how much time you will save in the morning not having to draw your eyebrows on, or even if you don’t usually draw them on the likelihood you titivate them to enhance the colour or thickness. Still, with permanent makeup, you no longer need to.
Carefree Eyebrow Tattooing
Carefree permanent makeup such as eyebrow tattooing will save a considerable amount of time in the mornings and also during the day by not having to reapply it. On average, you will only need a permanent makeup top-up at 12 to 18 months intervals. Some people can go even longer; it depends on your skin type and immune system. Whatever the top-ups’ frequency, it’s still a much more carefree way of enhancing facial features.
Tattooed eyeliner is another excellent treatment that makes carefree permanent makeup possible. Eyeliner can take time to put on and get it right; the balance of thickness and getting the tails even on each side can be a bit of a nightmare if you’re in a rush. Or it could just be your vision is not as good as it once was; tattooed eyeliner is a godsend for those of a certain age. Plus, the extra added advantage of carefree eyeliner is it doesn’t run when you get too hot or emotional, and you’re always going to look great in bed.
Carefree Lip Tattooing
Who doesn’t want carefree lips? No more having to keep topping up your lipstick on a night out or checking if you have lipstick on your teeth. Not a very glamorous look! Having your lips tattooed takes away all the inconvenience of using lipstick. It’s also great for ageing lips. As we age, our lips start to get thinner and much less defined, particularly the vermilion border. And often, smokers’ lines appear (you don’t particularly have to be a smoker, we all get them eventually, but smokers tend to get them earlier and usually deeper).
Having the lips tattooed will redefine the vermilion border by adding colour. It will also give the appearance of fuller lips, plus you won’t suffer from lipstick bleed (where standard lipsticks bleed into the smokers-lines), which can make lipstick look smudge and unsightly. You have three choices of lip tattooing: You can choose to have a thin lip line matched to your lip colour, have a lip blush with more colour in the lips, like a thicker border that goes halfway into the lips, or the ultimate full lip colour where all the visible lip is tattooed up to the wet line.