Yorkshire blogger opts for Permanent Makeup
For many, the term semi-permanent makeup or eyebrow tattoos can sound quite scary. But those who have done their research and know what the treatments are all about, understand that the process is nowhere near as daunting as it sounds, and the results can be truly amazing.
We recently welcomed a popular Yorkshire blogger, Sarah X Sarah, into our treatment clinic in South Elmsall. Sarah had been considering permanent makeup for quite some time, and after carrying out sufficient research decided to bite the bullet and go for an eyebrow treatment with Karen Betts Professional.
Sarah chose to book in with Elite Artist, Jordana, as she had seen some of her work and loved the results from the previous eyebrow treatments. Sarah felt her eyebrows were faint and sparse and would spend on average 10 to 15 minutes each morning drawing them on with an eyebrow pencil. This is a process which is an essential part of most women’s morning makeup routine, and some women rely so heavily on eyebrow pencils that they live in fear of sweating off their pencilled eyebrows on a hot summer’s day, or them smudging when it rains. There’s no doubt about it, eyebrows are such an important facial feature, and some people can’t grasp how difficult and stressful it can actually be to fill in eyebrows perfectly, every day, if they are sparse, over plucked or non-existent.
To say Sarah was thrilled with her eyebrows is a bit of an understatement. Sarah said; “I absolutely love my new eyebrows. They are perfect, and look so real. Jordana has managed to create a hair stroke effect, making my eyebrows look natural and defined. It’s made such a difference to my morning routine, not having to spend so much time pencilling them in – there were times when it was so frustrating doing them and trying to get them to match. A huge thank you to Jordana, and the rest of the team at Karen Betts Professional who offered great customer service.”
We’ve heard from Sarah her eyebrows are healing nicely. We’re looking forward to getting Sarah back in the clinic for her retouch next month, and would like to thank you for writing a piece on her blog about the treatment which you can read at www.sarahxsarah.com.