About The Beauty Spot
Eyebrows are one of the most important features on your face – they frame your eyes. Not everyone is blessed with perfect eyebrows. You might be suffering from thin, uneven brows or you may have even lost your eyebrows altogether due to aging or illness. Powders and pencils can help to fill in uneven brows but they are time consuming to apply and smear easily. Traditional block tattooed eyebrows look harsh and have a lot of side effects. Debsbeautyspot Eyebrows Solution gives you natural looking eyebrows 24/7 no matter what you are doing.
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With advancements being made in the industry we are now able to offer different types of approaches to your cosmetic tattoo experience. Powder, Blush or liner is used for Brows, Lips and Eyes. This state of the art technique involves the digital application of small amounts of natural pigments into the skin. The results are spectacular and last for several years. The finished result is totally natural and very different from a conventional tattoo. There are no heavy blocks of colour. Through the use of many different brush strokes, Deb is able to create the illusion of natural hair. Sparse eyebrows are undetectably filled, non existent eyebrows miraculously appear and wrongly shaped eyebrows suddenly frame the eyes beautifully. Permanent eyeliner opens the eyes and makes the lashes appear fuller. Permanent lip liner corrects unevenly shaped mouths and returns youthful definition. A strategically placed beauty spot adds a touch of glamour.
A typical procedure lasts between 30 minutes and 2 hours. You are usually able to return to work immediately. There will be slight swelling at the site, but this should subside in a matter of hours. You select the colour and shape. No procedure is ever commenced without your signed approval. Deb will draw the outline for your treatment with a waterproof makeup pencil, so there are no mistakes. Some practitioners choose to perform a treatment freehand. This is very risky.