Permanent Makeup Photos
Its been some time since I have put permanent makeup photos on my blog. Mainly due to the volume I do daily and time to get them loaded! There are hundreds of recent photos and impossible to add them all, however, keep a look out on my web site in the permanent makeup portfolio section and plenty more will be added soon, showing permanent eyebrows, permanent eyeliner, permanent lips, alopecia brows, vitiligo camouflage, cleft lip enhancement, forcyde lips and new testimonials.
If you have any questions about permanent makeup or wish to know where all my permanent makeup clinics are either email me at email@example.com or use the website to find your nearest permanent makeup clinic.
Finally for bookings for December in Milton Keynes, Bedford, St Albans or Luton clinics they are offering a 10% saving on any new treatment – so for eyebrows at £495 they will be £445. Book soon as this has become very popular and in demand for those on a tighter budge for their permanent cosmetic makeup.
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Tips for Great Eyes
Do you want stunning eyes?
I have some great tips on different eye shapes and how you can enhance your natural beauty, or book to see me for a free consultation on how your eyes can be permanently beautiful!
Line outer third of upper lids with grey, ,brown, or black liner. Smudge gently. Use a lighter liner on the inner eye to widen the space between eyes.
Draw a dark line gradually thickening at outer edge of the eye. Use a light-coloured pencil (gold, silver, white) and draw under lower lash.
Line upper lash line with pale, shimmery liner. Then line outer edge of lower lash with a soft, neutral shade (gray or taupe). This will create the illusion of a less heavy lid.
Line outer third of eye very close to lashes carefully sweeping the liner up at the corner of the eye.
For more help with your makeup application email firstname.lastname@example.org and feel free to ask me any question.
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