Before you take the step of getting a permanent eyebrow tattoo there are several things you MUST do. First, consult a cosmetic tattooing specialist to discuss the risks and benefits for YOUR particular case. Eyebrow tattoos are NOT for everyone. After discussing the pros and the cons with a trained professional, you may take the next step which is getting informed about the procedure itself.
Even if you have made the decision to get permanent makeup you need to know what to expect during the procedure and how to care for your eyebrows immediately after. Small problems can be easily avoided by educating yourself beforehand on a few simple things. Many ladies who do not do this, may find that they regret having the tattoo because they were unaware of post procedure pigmentation issues, fading, scabbing etc, and may also have been unaware of the variety of colors and techniques that COULD HAVE or SHOULD HAVE been used had they just known what to ask for.
Light Reading Cosmetic Tattooing Books
The best place to start getting informed is your local library if you enjoy reading. If not you can get much needed information by searching the Internet for specific topics relating to eyebrow tattooing procedures, cosmetic surgery, permanent makeup artistry and micropigmentation. The other way to get the information you need is by ordering a few books from Amazon. Here are some good cosmetic tattooing books that you will find useful: I Love My Permanent Makeup by Debbie McClellan, 101 Questions & Answers On Permanent Makeup by Debbie McClellan and Permanent Makeup and Reconstructive Tattooing by Eleonora Habnit. Each of these cosmetic tattooing books will give you a different perspective, from a professional standpoint as a cosmetician to the personal experiences of other women who have undergone successful procedures.
If you are familiar with buying books Online then you best place to find the recommended books is in Amazon who stock them all and will give you a good price, but you should also be able to have any of them ordered through your local book store.
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