What are the benefits and Importance of Semi-Permanent Makeup?

Here are some of the many advantages of getting Semi-Permanent.

It will save you time

How many mornings have you woken up after snoozing your alarm more than three times only to realize you’re now running more than 30 minutes late for work? But wait! You can’t leave just yet, you don’t have your makeup on!For many women, this is a daily routine — spending 15 minutes every morning filling in your eyebrows, doing your eyeliner, etc. Depending on your beauty needs, there are some of these steps you are not willing to skip. You’ll be able to sleep an extra 15 minutes every day because you won’t have to fill in your eyebrows , eyeliner, Foundation or lipstick anymore. Saves you time in the morning for make-up application and at night there is less removal.

It will save you money

Do the math! How much are you spending on eyebrow filling products every year? Brushes? Foundation? Eyeliner? Lipstick? It adds up, doesn’t it? We’ve discussed here that Semi-Permanent Makeup is an investment. Why? Because while it may not be cheap upfront, it will last up to about 3 years (if you’re looking for a long-lasting procedure, consider permanent makeup). You’ll get back all that money you’re spending on makeup and as an extra return on investment, you’ll also save loads of time. Overall costs associated with purchasing makeup brands can add up over a period of time. You can avoid all this and never have to worry about running out of your favorite eyeliner or eyebrow pencil.The benefits of semi-permanent makeup outlined above will also apply to people who suffer from allergies associated with traditional makeup brands, the visually impaired or those with sensitive skin.

Confidence

The benefits of semi-permanent makeup when considering confidence and self-esteem are immeasurable. Whether you’re specific medical conditions such as alopecia, undergoing chemotherapy treatments, wishing to disguise scars, burns, or disfigurements or just wish to cosmetically enhance your natural appearance for other reasons, we have a range of treatments to suit you. The benefits of semi-permanent makeup is that it can be effectively used to simulate eye brows, lashes, thinning scalp and hair loss. Semi-Permanent is meant to look extremely natural, a natural and strong frame to their faces for the first time in their lives. Everybody knows how important eyebrows are to the harmony of a face, and let’s not ignore how trendy eyebrows have become recently. A good set of eyebrows will set you apart from the rest and will give you a stunning facial feature that will be the first thing anyone sees when they first look at you.

Consistency

Professional career women as well as models, actresses, models and presenters are rejecting traditional makeup trends in favor of more permanently enhanced looks. Here again, the benefits of semi-permanent makeup will really play a role. You can be guaranteed to portray a sophisticated look with the minimal of effort, always look your best and remain confident in your appearance throughout the day. Is it NOT permanent. Its duration varies from person to person and in the best of cases can last up to 3 years. The benefit of that impermanence is that you can choose not to get it redone if you want to go back to what you liked before you got microblading, you can get miroshading.

No Upkeep

This is probably one of the best things about Semi-Permanent. Once you get the procedure, and you go through the healing process, you can virtually forget about it and continue your life as you would have without it. Semi permanent will not smudge or smear off. Allows you to enjoy smudge-free sports. You can go to saunas, swim, work out, wipe your eyebrows time and time again, you don’t have to worry. Look great before, during and after gym work-outs!

Rejuvenation

Skin fades, lips lose their volume and color over time and eyebrows thin. One major benefit of semi-permanent makeup is that very natural looking treatments can easily remedy these concerns. Lips can be reshaped to appear fuller and more defined, eyebrows given a more youthful appearance, eyelashes given broader definition and skin rejuvenated with a skin tone to enhance eye and hair color.

Versatility

Beauty artists or aesthetician recognise that beauty trends move with the times. Although they would not perform a treatment described as ‘too trendy,’ a further benefit of semi-permanent make up is that it is versatile. Colors used are chosen to complement your skin tones, eye and hair color, but these can be changed at any time by blending other colors over the original ones for a special occasion or change of look.

Safety

Your health and safety are of major importance and all trained make-up artists will recognise this and follow prescribed guidelines and regulations. The benefit of semi-permanent makeup over traditional brands is that patch tests are required prior to applying. This ensures complete compatibility. In addition, pre-packed sterile cartridges are used new for each client. Beauty artists working within this sector are fully trained in all techniques and therefore a further benefit of semi-permanent makeup is that your safety is guaranteed. Pigments are organic and specifically designed to not change in color but to just wear off with time. If you’re afraid of needles, you don’t have to worry at all about microblading. Standard procedure is to use numbing topical ointments instead of local anesthesia, so you won’t ever be injected with a responsible esthetician. The ointments work wonders and you really shouldn’t feel any pain. Some people feel so relaxed they even fall asleep!

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