If drawing in your eyebrows, adding a cat-eye, or putting on eyeliner are things that you get tired of doing every day, having makeup applied permanently may be the solution. There are some things to know before you move forward with this.
Take time to research looks and styles, to make sure that you don't do something trendy that you may not like in the near future. You also may not want to go as dark as can, in case you want a lighter or more natural look now and then. Here are important considerations.
Invest in High-Quality Products
You want to invest in high-quality permanent and semi-permanent products if this is something you want to try. This way you know you get the precise look you're trying to achieve, and that the makeup will last as expected and not run or smear. Fading is natural over time, but you don't want streaking so invest in professionally created makeup.
Get Professional Application
You don't want to mess up because you think you know how you want your eyebrows or eyeliner to look for the rest of your life, and then you end up with oversized or an underdone application. Get a professional in a salon or parlor apply the makeup for you or have a professional you know to do it where it's convenient for them.
Have them draw what you want on and look at it for a couple of days before it's applied, this can also help dictate how you want it done. If you think you can do it on your own, be sure to stencil and outline it first.
Start with Semi-Permanent Options
It may be best to start with semi-permanent makeup. This way if you don't love it, or you decide as it starts to fade that you don't want it, you have an option for change later down the road. If you find that you are 100 percent happy with the look, it can be done with the permanent products and last for a lifetime.
There are a lot of different options for permanent and semi-permanent makeup, depending on what it is that you get tired of applying on a daily basis. Look at others who have used products or had this done to decide how you want your makeup to look, and who you want to apply it for you. Meet with a professional near you to discuss permanent eyebrow makeup options.