Think it’s all about looking pretty? Think again. Here is why permanent makeup can be a godsend.
Hello, it’s me, Helen, and after a whirlwind week since the launch of my TaylorMade® skincare products and my book ‘Your Best Kept Secret’, I’m getting back into the swing of things, here over at the Helen Taylor Clinic
The other day I was talking to a client, about the life changing effects of permanent eyebrows, and as we have had several requests about the procedure this week, I thought that I would write this blog post.
If you have seen any of my other posts, about the positive benefits of getting permanent makeup (lips, eyebrows, eyeliner), then you will know already that I highly rate this procedure. But it’s easy to get caught up in the ‘save time, and wake up to makeup’ side of it, so today I wanted to talk about a different side to things.
Permanent makeup can help someone who has been diagnosed with cancer to feel like they’re taking the power back.
I am often contacted by ladies who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, who ask me ‘Helen, is there any way that you can give me some eyebrows, as I don’t think I can handle losing them when I have to start chemo’.
My answer – is yes. Of course, if you are already undergoing chemo, then it’s not a safe procedure for you. But if you are newly diagnosed, getting permanent makeup can give you a sense of control, at a time where everything is spiralling. It can also help you feel better about your appearance when you wake up in the morning, and the more confidence that a woman has during a time when she is fighting cancer – the better!
It can help women with thyroid conditions feel confident again.
An underactive thyroid can mean a thinning of the eyebrows (and hair all over the body). Permanent makeup can add volume to thinning brows, for anyone who is living with a thyroid condition. A sluggish thyroid can make a massive impact on a woman’s physical appearance – weight gain, thin sparse eyebrows, and thinning hair in general, can really knock a person’s confidence.
With anxiety and depression also going hand in hand with this, the last thing you want is for the you that you see in the mirror to get you down too isn’t it?
It can help with asymmetry of the facial features.
If your lips are thin, or your eyebrows are different shapes and sizes, then permanent makeup can be a real confidence booster. It can make asymmetrical features appear…. Symmetrical! What can be a real bother for one person, may not even be visible to another – but if it is something that bothers YOU when you get up and look in the mirror, then it might be time to address things.
So – there you have it! Permanent makeup can be confidence enhancing, reconstructive, and life changing. If you have any of these issues going on for you and you would like to speak to me in confidence about it, then book a free consultation or email me.
Until the next time,