Benefits Of Permanent Make Up


The most obvious benefit of permanent makeup is that it will simply save you time and money. Individuals with busy schedules, long commutes and numerous family and business commitments can save several minutes each day from their busy morning routines. You never have to worry about your makeup smudging or fading.

Permanent makeup won’t come off while swimming, working out at the gym or even showering. There are however many other reasons for someone to get permanent makeup beyond the timesaving benefits.

People with physical disabilities or motor skill impairments, such as arthritis, Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis, may want permanent makeup because it’s difficult for them to apply make up by themselves.

People with sight impairments also enjoy the benefits of permanent Make Up. As a result of Permanent Make up, these people can continue to wear makeup without having to worry about whether they’ve applied it accurately or not.

People with hair loss conditions that cause them to lose their eyebrows may also invest in permanent eyebrow make up. Equally,people with lip scars can use permanent lipstick/ lip liners to hide any unsightly blemishes.

Permanent makeup can also benefit people with allergies to traditional forms of make up or those with pigmentation conditions like vitiligo, which causes the appearance of irregular white patches on the skin.

EVERYONE, from the young to the elderly can benefit from Permanent Cosmetic Make-Up for a variety of personal reasons, it is also however especially beneficial to the following groups of individuals.

1. Individuals who cannot wear conventional cosmetics due to allergies and skin disorders / sensitivities.

2. Individuals who are vision impaired and have difficulty applying their cosmetics on a day to day basis.

3. Active / Sporty individuals who don’t want to worry about “sweating off” or reapplying cosmetics.

4. Individuals who cannot apply their own cosmetics as a result of Motor Skill Impairments such as:

– Arthritis,
– Parkinson’s disease,
– Multiple sclerosis,
– Stroke survivors, and
– Those with unsteady hands.

5. Individuals who have experienced Breast Trauma, Surgery and / or other related problems.

– Patients who have undergone mastectomies,
– Patients who have had breast augmentation or reduction,
– Patients who have asymmetrical areola, and
– Patients who are simply not happy with the shape, size or colour of their areola.

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