Eyebrow pencils, eyeliners, lipsticks; all can be made obsolete after a session of permanent makeup, which is great news for allergy sufferers everywhere.
Women who suffer with allergies to certain cosmetics, or a particular ingredient in regular cosmetics, may find that permanent make up is the perfect solution to their problem. Permanent make up uses the art of tattooing to add colour and definition to all areas of the dermis and an initial session; while lengthy, will eventually save a lot of time in the application of make up, and in the case of those with allergies; will do away with their problem permanently.
A tattooed line across the eyelid will provide permanent eyeliner that will do away with the need for eyeliners and kohl pencils, that even without allergies can be a bother, as they tend to smudge or fade and can require several applications throughout the day and evening. A permanent lip line is also a time saver and a way to avoid cosmetics allergies, as well as a way to reshape or redefine the lips. Permanent eyebrows can be a very important solution after hair loss through illness or cancer treatments.
Another option that many women are taking advantage of is lash extensions. When last extensions are mentioned many people think of the fake look that has been made popular in the TOWIE television series, but it is possible to have eyelash extensions fitted that look a lot more natural. This is a good option for those who do not learn to apply mascara every day or again for women that may be allergic to cosmetics. However you should be aware that lash extensions only last around five weeks and need to be touched up regularly as they will drop out with the natural cycle of your eyelashes.