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tina68
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eyelid permanent make up

Postby tina68 » Mon, 09 Mar 2009 10:02 pm

who can recommend me an trustfull permanent make up artist in singa for my upper and lower eyelid

and it would be nice if anyone could tell me the price :)

i will stay in singa in april for some weeks visiting my husband

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Postby Miss Swan » Tue, 10 Mar 2009 11:38 am

Permanent eyelid makeup? Do you mean tattoo?

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permanent make up eyelid

Postby tina68 » Tue, 10 Mar 2009 3:29 pm

i think so but i have also heard that there are two types of permanent make up;
one is tatoo and the other one.....(i have forgotten the word;-)
and what´s the difference??

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Postby Miss Swan » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 9:59 am

Hi tina 68, yes you have the traditional method of tattooing and the new age method called "eyebrow embroidery".

Eyebrow Embroidery produces a more natural look as opposed to tattooing. No one goes for traditional tattooing now - it was popular 10 years ago.

You can browse through these websites to give you a better idea:
www.erabelle.com
http://www.vivawoman.net/2007/06/29/eye ... or-asians/

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Postby tina68 » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 8:54 pm

but i think that it also can be made on my eyelid ?!?!?!?

and why is tatoo not to recommend?

thank you for your support :)

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Postby Miss Swan » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 10:15 am

tina68 wrote:but i think that it also can be made on my eyelid ?!?!?!?

and why is tatoo not to recommend?

thank you for your support :)


Do call the salons to check for this service. Eyelid tattooing is not common among the ladies today as most prefer to use eyeliner. And also is something associated with ladies above 50.

Tattooing is not recommended because the colour will fade to a blueish/greenish tone a few years later - not a very attractive shade.

In fact I'm not sure where to find traditional eye tattoo services..virtually all salons are offering embroidery services.

Good Luck!


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