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Semi-Permanent Make-Up - How Does It Work?

Wow! This is great!

Congratulations on your choice of semi-permanent make-up. This is now one of the most popular procedures around available today.

You will no doubt enjoy your procedure and your new longer lasting flawless look as well.

But how does it work?

What is actually used to create these flawless looks?

Here, we can reveal these queries to you and help you to understand the procedure you are about to have. No understanding or knowledge of semi-permanent make-up is one of the main reasons why people do not have it done. This blog is here to help you and others understand it.

So how does it work?

Basically, it is tattooing into the dermal layer of the skin and a qualified and highly skilled beauty technician will inject a small amount of pigmentation under your first layer of skin and this dyes it to your chosen color.

You can have permanent eyebrows, permanent lip liner and eye liner applied which will save you great amount of time in the mornings. You will no longer have to worry about rushing your make -up as once the make-up is applied, it will be there for at least 6 months to a year.

This is also tremendous news if you swim a lot or visit the gym as the make-up will not run or smudge and there is no need to re-apply once you have finished your dip or session at the gym.

It can also save you lots of money in the long run. You will not have to worry about more wasted money on cosmetics that you have bought and then not used because the shade didn't look as you desired and you could not return the product.

Get in touch with Charlotte Taylor SPM if you are searching for Semi permanent makeup in Leeds or microblading in Leeds and surrounding areas at very affordable rates.

Contact us or visit our clinic for Eyebrow tattoo Leeds and Eyebrow tattooing Leeds at very reasonable charges.

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