Several procedures at a session…
I hope you all had a very special and especially yummy Easter. I always forget when the Easter eggs are supposed to be given out, which means everyone gets more than they need, and sometimes more than they want. It’s hard to resist good chocolate but after all it’s a thankful and giving time of the year.
In recent weeks and over Easter, several ladies from overseas (if you call New Zealand overseas) and Interstate came into the clinic to have multiple colour inplant procedures done at one session. This is not at all unusual and it’s as if when the decision is made to have this semi-permanent makeup, it becomes all very exciting. One lady saw how the resulting top liner was taking shape and decided that her liquid liner she’d been using for years, didn’t fit the elegance of the cosmetic work. It was either change the eyeliner makeup for the under-eyes to go with the ‘mysteriously’ natural looking wide upper lines…or have the lowers cosmetically tattooed as well. After the finishing touch was done on the lowers, Grace walked out with hardly any swelling, and a pretty big smile.
Why do some people decide to make a holiday of it all? I feel that cosmetic tattoo is a decison that is very personal. Once made, it’s as though no-one is going to change the mind. The thrill of going away to an awesome place like the Gold Coast, lapping up the sun and sand (before the treatment that is) is fairly attractive! After a few days, how great is it to emerge different, but the same! It’s quite fun to have others ask you, perhaps weeks or months later….”Is that cosmetic tattoo?”, or “I still haven’t fiqured out why you look so good”. It’s even better when you emerge from the family swimming pool with all face makeup in tact.
Be mindful that lip procedures produce some skin trauma, so if you are prone to cold sores, Herpes Simplex, fever blisters you may experience an outbreak sometime after the session. Antiviral medication should be taken well prior to an appointment. Poor general health, heart conditions, uncontrolled high blood pressure etc. could make you NOT a good candidate for Micropigmentation.
More on this important subject next time…….in the meantime, we really are only a phone call or email away. So until next time, stay well, calm and happy. Talk again soon!