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How to Convince your Partner that Permanent Makeup is Worth It.By Tamara D. Ferrigno

Procedures once reserved for top celebrities or for the rich and famous are now available – as well as financially attainable – for men and women across the World, 3D Microdlading, Eyebrows fills, eyeliner tattoo, permanent lip liner and permanent blush are just a few of the ways people are reclaiming their confidence and restoring a more youthful skin tone.But what if you’re keen to have permanent make up, yet your partner isn’t convinced of it’s value?

Here are some tips for convincing your partner that what you want is worth it.

Permanent Makeup is often about helping people with confidence. It can help to reduce concern about certain features that garner unwanted attention (missing brows , for example) or to reduce signs of ageing that leave us looking older than we feel.

But your partner may not think it’s enough of a concern – or may state they love you ‘just the way they are’ – yet you’re convinced permanent makeup is worth it, and you can see the value in having a procedure done.

Here’s what to consider when discussing your permanent cosmetics options and goals with your partner.

Many people don’t fully understand other’s motivations for permanent makeup, and each person’s reasons are very unique to that individual.

There are some common themes, however, and it’s important to be clear on why YOU want permanent makeup, and what you expect in terms of outcomes. Is it to fill lost hairs in your eyebrows (or to save time,used to do your makeup each day) after having children, so that you feel more feminine again? So you can finally celebrate your significant change? Or is it to rejuvenate an area of your face you felt was out of balance? Is it to regain a more youthful facial appearance when gravity and sun damage have left your face looking older than you prefer?

The top reasons people often seek permanent makeup are:

    • To enhance a feature they feel is out of balance with the rest of the face 

    • To reduce a feature that is overly prominent OR a focus of unwanted attention and non-welcomed comments (e.g., teasing or bullying)

    • To enhance a feature that did not properly develop (for example, missing hair in eyebrows)

    • To correct a deformity or repair tissue damage from an injury (for example, scar or missing pigmentation color)

    • To fight premature signs of ageing (Lips that are faded,discolored or damage due to long-term sun exposure)

Either genetics (not liking what you were born with), or lifestyle (sun damage or accident ) can often wre