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Linde

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Because of the fact that I need to wear reading glasses when I want to do detailed makeup around my eyes, I decided to get the major "pains" done for ever as a tattoo.

I got my eyebrows microbladed last year, and had the stray hair around them removed with electrolysis.  I am now at the point that I have not do anything to my eyebrows.

Around Christmas time my skin studio ran a special on tattooed on eye liner, and I gave this to me as a Christmas present.  I now have the first and most critical path of this tattoo process behind me, but want to have the line made double wide, which will be done in the middle of next month.

The most hurting thing of doing the eyebrows was the electrolysis to remove the stray hair, specifically near the root of the nose!

Tattooing the eye liner was pretty uncomfortable, and it almost tickled in the corners of the eyes.  They told me that the next path will be way less uncomfortable.
My life is pretty easy now, the only cosmetic thing I have to do is putting mascara onto my lashes, and that is pretty easy for me.

I can recommend to have these procedures done, if you are like I and need glasses on your nose when doing eye makeup!



 

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Today I was at my skin health studio for a small update of my microbladed eyebrows, and the enlargement of my tattooed eyeliner!

I have to see if I need another enlargement of the eyeliner, once the swelling is gone in a few days.  They do a rather thinline only each time to keep the swelling at a minimum.





It is so nice to not have to do the eye stuff every morning.  They also tinted my eyelashes a little, and I have to hardly do anything to those either.

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Hi Linde,
I just stumbled on this post.  Thanks!  The permanent eyeliner is really appealing!

I'm really terrible at using eyeliner, but thankfully at the moment it's not much of an issue as I have really droopy eyelids and my lash-line is mostly obscured.  That will change when I finally get FFS, including an upper blepharoplasty for both eyes.  By that time I'll either have to have learned to be much better at it than I am now, or I will follow in your footsteps and get them done permanently.

Do they use a conventional tattoo machine, hand poke the ink, or something else?

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-Kenna
 

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Kenna said:
Do they use a conventional tattoo machine, hand poke the ink, or something else?

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kenna, they use some kind of a machine, but it is different from the apparatus my tattoo artist used for my body tattoos (you can see the flower on top of my boob on the avatar).  The thing they use seems to be a lot smaller and lighter in weight.  My eyebrows were microblade, for that they use a scalpel to cut small lines into the brow that follow the way of the hair growth there, and those lines are filled with the ink.  This gives the impression as if they would be a part of the natural hair growth.  All the hair that was growing wild and out of control up there (the ones that women tend to plug with tweezers all the time) were removed with electrolysis.
I am really happy that I had those procedures done.
I am now at the point that I only need to put mascara on for my eye makeup, and I am ready for the day!

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