Are you tired of doing your makeup everyday? Are you maybe not so skilled at applying your makeup and would prefer to have someone do it once and be done with the whole process? Would you stop going to expensive makeup counters to stock up on makeup you end up never using? Wouldn’t it be great to save all that money? Or perhaps you have a feature that you’d like to enhance or perfect or fix? Although this all sounds very good, have you thought about what would happen if your face was scarred or ‘permanently’ deformed by an unsuccessful permanent procedur
Here are a few things to consider before getting any permanent makeup procedure done:
1. Application of permanent makeup could cost anywhere from $200 to $700.
2. Did you know that most blood banks require you to wait a 12 month period before you are allowed to donate blood after getting permanent makeup? The reason is that if the equipment used to do the procedure is contaminated, you could contract diseases such as hepatitis C or B, tetanus, tuberculosis, etc.
3. Allergic reactions to injected dyes accompanied by peeling or blistering are something else to consider since it could result in an itchy rash which could develop imme