Gala self-test What is permanent make-up really good for??
Also ever thought about a permanent make-up? Probably every woman who wears makeup regularly has experienced this at least once in her life. But the idea is also tempting: get up in the morning and everything is in place – the eyeliner, the eyebrows, the lips. If it weren’t for the high cost of such a treatment, the prejudices and the negative experiences you’ve already heard and read about. Because who doesn’t know them, the photos of older ladies with thick, red outlines around their lips. Of course you don’t want to look like that. That’s exactly why it’s time to clean up with the previous, partly wrong, ideas of a permanent make-up treatment. What good is such an application really? Is it worth all the money? And do I hardly need washable make-up afterwards?? I, news editor Jolla, would like to try it out.
For a long time I have been thinking about permanent make-up. The reason is my pale face, which can only be brightened up a bit with the appropriate make-up. That wouldn’t be so bad, if the make-up would at least stay where I put it on in the morning. But unconsciously I rub my face more often during the day or just sweat the make-up off. The black color on the eyeliner or the eyelashes quickly disappears and stains my dark circles, which look even darker than they already are.
And also in the eyebrows, which I normally draw with an eyebrow pencil, gaps appear after a few hours. So I want to take the plunge and have the make-up applied permanently – or at least for a few years. It is a misconception that permanent make-up is like a normal tattoo and stays on the skin forever.