Waking up with Make-up
- Posted on: Apr 15 2018
We are told we shouldn’t go to sleep without taking off the makeup we applied that morning. Wearing makeup can clog your pores and damage your eyelashes if you’re not careful with your makeup hygiene. What we often hear from clients is something along the lines of “makeup! What makeup?” By the time bedtime rolls around, and sometimes even by the end of the work day, many women feel like the effort they put into getting their face just right has been for nothing.
Life is busy. When you take time to put on makeup, you want it to last. You want to feel good about your appearance through the entire day – without having to reapply makeup that has smudged or worn off. Always Beautiful Medspa in Aurora, CO has a solution. Our experienced professional permanent makeup artist, Ali McCoy, RN, has helped women of all ages feel freer and more like themselves by applying their lips, eyes, and eyebrows for them.
There is something special about eyeliner that makes the eyes pop. The way this area is treated is different for every person. Some women don’t leave the house without a thick, dark line to enhance their lashes and eyes. Some prefer a more organic, semi-dark smudge-line that gives the illusion of thickness to their lash line. To have permanent eyeliner applied doesn’t mean that your look completely changes. Not at all! What it means is that you consult at length with Ali to determine the exact color, thickness, and location of your new, permanent eyeliner.
Permanent eyeliner is appropriate for many of our clients, and is popular among athletes as well as individuals with unsteady hands or a flat-out aversion to applying makeup every day. Permanent eyeliner is an excellent solution for women who wear contact lenses or who are vision impaired and unable to apply makeup as they would like.
Using precision technique developed over years of training and practice (over 7,000 treatments!), Ali enhances the natural beauty of the eyes with makeup that lasts for years and never needs to be reapplied. Permanent makeup is not tattooing; it is a technique referred to as micropigmentation, and that has been proven safe and effective for adults of all ages.
Learn more about permanent eyeliner, eyebrows, and lips at (720) 280-7016.
Posted in: Permanent Makeup