Permanent make up: pro and versus
Technology has affected every aspect of our life, long gone are those days when people had to post letters to each other and wait for several months to receive a reply. Nowadays, people have facebook and email services that allow contacting friends and family whenever they want, no matter how far friends and family is located. The beauty of technology is that it is not limited to just one particular aspect of our life it has become larger than life and mankind in enjoying the fruits of advancement in technology in even the minutest detail of life. For instance, who knew, make up was one field that would completely change due to technology; nowadays we have permanent make up giving strong competition to temporary make up. However there is a heated debate on the aftermaths and side effects of permanent make and this article will explore this controversial issue for its readers.
Permanent make up also known as micro pigmentation is responsible for generating a lot of hype especially in the tinsel town; the major argument in the favour of permanent make up is that it saves women the trouble and energy of applying makeup every day. Why should women have to look beautiful and perfect only when they apply make up to enhance their features, if there is an option available that will make them look ravishing at all time, even when they wake up from sleep, why shouldn’t they avail it.
There are several options available in permanent makeup that can be taken up by women, for instance, you can opt for permanent eye liner and mascara to ensure that your eyelashes experience volume at all time that the liner enhances the shape of your eye; you can even choose to get permanent lip liner, lipstick or even eye shadow. Permanent make up completely compliments the lifestyle of the modern women; her busy and hectic lifestyle tends to compromises her ability to look great everyday if she does not apply temporary make up but with permanent make up such a day would never come. Another great advantage of permanent make up is that it does fade away after two or three years as pigmentation is only applied on the upper lawyer of the skin therefore it gives you a chance to change something you don’t like or wish to update/amend.
The arguments against permanent make up include all the risks that are associated with cosmetic surgery, for instance reverse reaction, allergies, difficult in pigmentation removal, formation of keloids and difficulties faced during MRI. People who take a strict stance against cosmetic surgery insist that why women should expose themselves to all their additional risk when they can easily apply make up every day. Some women who are against permanent make up also said that micro pigmentation steals from woman kind the thrill and excitement of buying make up, they also said, sometimes women feel like wearing blue liner/ mascara instead of black but permanent makeup makes fulfillment of such desires difficult.
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