Beautiful lips for Valentines
With Valentines just one day away you can still make the most of your lips! Moisturise well to calm dryness and plump blood flow to give an extra bit of pout. Choose a lip line colour as near to your natural lip colour. On Valentines apply lip liner to clean lips following the shape carefully outline on the border. Now using a lip brush blend subtly into lip so no harsh line shows. Apply with a lip brush your favourite sexy colour or apply a lip gloss. YSL and Chanel do a beautiful range with pigmented minerals of gold and silver to give an iridescent effect.
Now go enjoy your Valentines looking good!
If you like this look why not try permanent makeup for the lips. Tracy offers makeup advice on how permanent cosmetic makeup can give you a 24/7 stunning look.
Ideal for brows, eyeliner and lip enhancements.
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Permanent Makeup Brows and the Signs of Ageing!
We all love to learn how we can slow down the signs of ageing! Read on for some interesting read.
Sparse brows, thinning lips and loss of lip colour can be helped. Most of my clients are aged between 40-65 years. It is at this time in our lives that many changes can take place. Some good and some annoying! Like Sparse brows, hair thinning, loss of lip color and definition, poor eyesight to do eye makeup, skin sensitivity – does this sound familiar? Please it is not my intention to dispirit but to give pleasure knowing there is an easy remedy to these, if you wish to choose.
To some of you the idea of permanent makeup may sound strange, a little scary maybe? But it’s just one of many ways ladies today choose to make beauty routine tasks quicker and easier, in addition to their normal application of makeup.
Benefits of permanent make-up as we age
But it’s not just for vanity! Let me tell you more.
Benefits: The most obvious benefit of permanent makeup is that it can simply save you time. Ladies with busy schedules (gents too but that will be covered at another time), long commutes and family commitments can mean up to 30 minutes or more out of their morning routine each day, not forgetting the extra reapplying during the day.
What I love most about permanent makeup is that I never have to worry about my makeup smudging or fading, as I get hotter my eyeliner is no longer running down my glowing cheeks. Sound familiar? Or my lips receding to their original thinness. I’m so passionate about it that I can say – It’s brilliant! Permanent Makeup won’t come off after swimming, working out or showering or kissing! But there are many reasons for someone to get permanent makeup beyond the timesaving benefits and this is why it is my passion to provide a service that gives a boost of confidence and empowerment to women.
Hormones and age play their part
To give you examples, allergies to makeup, poor vision, loss of facial hair are contributing factors due to hormones and age, disabilities or impaired motor skills, such as arthritis, Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis, alopecia, vitiligo and scarring and burns camouflage, areola and nipple re-pigmenting after mastectomy, cleft lift enhancement and effects of hair loss due to chemotherapy.
How?: I cannot stress enough that if you decide to have a procedure then please do your research and carefully choose your permanent makeup technician based on 10 key points and of course, how comfortable and confident you feel when speaking with them. Click for a guide of questions to ask at a consultation http://www.tracyfensome.co.uk/about-permanent-makeup/choosing-the-right-practitioner/. In essence, it is a form of tattooing. Very different to the machines and colours used by traditional tattoo artists. Permanent makeup is an art form of specialised tattooing that implants pigments to the upper layers of the skin carefully. There should be no pain as the areas are numbed with specialised creams and aftercare is very simple to follow for a week after.
At a later date I will touch on the wonderful work as a paramedical technician or also known as medical Micropigmentation, I carry out for ladies post cancer. A wonderful time for finishing touches to be made following a long journey for them.
Permanent make-up for eyebrows
So for now let’s look at what the brows, eyeliner and lips have to offer.
Eyebrows are the most defining and prominent feature of our face. Without them our eyes look lost and the contours of our face change dramatically. This really is the first and most excellent procedure you could have done, if needed. Carefully implanted hair strokes mimic hair to create a wonderful flattering brow. And if you go to a good technician she will be able to give you a mini-eye lift without the surgery and cost!
Eyeliner can give your eyes a youthful and expressive appearance. Another feature of permanent makeup is permanent eyeliner. Women have permanent eyeliner applied to enhance appearance. With ageing and for other reasons some people lose the long and lush eyelashes of youth. As every woman knows, eyeliner can give your eyes a youthful and expressive appearance. You can also reshape the eyes. Some of us won’t leave home without it. You know who you are. I’m one too!
Lip treatments can correct uneven lip lines
Lips are also a wonderfully expressive part of the face. Thin lips give the appearance a pinched expression and sometimes lips are not very symmetrical in shape. I compensate by applying a subtle lip liner (not like the 80’s) to reshape and give our lips a fuller expression. Lip treatments can also correct uneven lip lines and add color to faded pigment lips. My favorite is the lip blush which implants a beautiful hue of color.
Costs: The services can vary. For an advanced experienced specialist you can expect to pay from £400 to £600 for individual procedures. Do your checks using my check list http://www.tracyfensome.co.uk/about-permanent-makeup/choosing-the-right-practitioner/ before you decide? The most important bit of research you can do is to look at their portfolio of work, on web, by marketing material (not airbrushed photos) and not forgetting endorsements.
Well Ladies I hope you have found this interesting enough to consider some of the benefits. Next time I’ll give you more details, on a subject very close to my heart, Breast Cancer and the Way Forward.
Further details can be found on the my web site portfolio http://www.tracyfensome.co.uk/,
or find me on twitter. I am more than happy to answer any of your questions by any means of contact and remember be permanently beautiful! Thank you ,Tracy
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PERMANENT MAKEUP TIPS
CONTOURING AND HIGHLIGHTING YOUR FACE TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
We recently came across a forum post from makeuptalk.com in which a few different ladies were asking about the proper technique to contouring and highlighting. So we thought we’d publish it as it’s something many girls would like to learn about.
After reading this, you will no longer wonder how to contour and highlight your face properly. You will now be able to give yourself that finished look, when applying your makeup! Better still have permanent makeup brows, eyeliner and lips and there will be less to do in the morning.!
This is such a simple and old application method, yet it often gets over looked or forgotten about by most women when they apply their makeup.
What you’ll need
• A small powder brush, contouring brush or blush brush
• Bronzer or brown shadow
• Liquid highlighter or light illuminating powder
• A mirror
What is contouring?
Contouring is the application of makeup on your face in an attempt to define your silhouette and cause you to appear to have a slimmer face, a straighter nose, slender cheeks, more prominent cheekbones and even helps reduce the appearance of a double chin!
This is a great application method for women of all facial shapes (square, round, oval, heart)
By applying it correctly you can accentuate your facial shape creating super flattering effects.
A mini-face lift from a brush!
You always want to use a brown colored or tan bronzer, shadow, or product to contour with. You may use a bronzer, a powder, a liquid or a cream product. Be sure to always use a brown tone, as it looks most natural and gives the illusion of a healthy tan and glow. Matte or Shimmery finished, it is a personal preference. Many girls use a powder bronzer or eyeshadow as it gives the smoothest look and blends easily. You also have control over the intensity as you build it up.
*Do not over use your cosmetics product when contouring. This will give an unflattering shadowy, fake and dark finish.
Contouring your cheeks
To contour and enhance your cheekbones, suck in your cheeks just slightly, and apply a darker shade to the hollows. Begin with a gently hand as you do not want to over due it. Apply your blush as you normally would.
Contouring your nose
To contour and to slim your nose you will want to apply the contouring shade on each side of your nose, in a very thin line, blending carefully.
Contouring your forehead / temples
If you are self -conscious about your forehead or even if you aren’t, you can apply your contouring makeup to both of your temples and blend well. This will give you forehead a slimmer look.
Contouring your chin
To contour and reduce the look of a double chin, you will want to lightly blend your contouring agent down your chin and below your neck line. Blend this in well, apply more as needed.
Highlighting your face
Highlighting your face gives the opposite effect of contouring, although it also helps to further define your face, it highlights certain areas causing them to be more prominent and pronounced.
Places on your face that light will hit and reflect off. *You want to create a sheer, light finish.
Choose a highlighter lighter in colour then your foundation and powder.
To highlight you will apply your highlighter (being a powder, liquid or cream) straight down the centre bridge of your nose in a very small line, blend well. Apply to the very tip of your chin, blending downwards and outwards along your jawline/jawbone. As well as to the apples of your cheeks when you smile.
You may also want to highlight your upper and lower brow area. Lightly brush your highlighter over and under your brow bone, being sure to blend very well.
Powder highlighters and illuminators are popular picks. Liquid highlighting makeup also works well, it gives a great finish and will really catch the light because of the light reflecting particles in it, giving the softest and most sought after look.
By following these simple steps the next time you apply your makeup, you will be able to give yourself a very polished and naturally finished look. So now you have mastered these tips then next step is to get your eyebrows, eyes and lips enhanced with permanent makeup by Tracy Fensome then you will look fabulous 24/7!
Thanks to Make Up Talk for this really helpful tutorial and good luck!
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