“The bloom of youth” brings to mind fresh faces, bright eyes, defined brows and lips with a colorful blush. Now that Baby Boomers have hit middle age and senior citizens are still active players, the demand skyrockets for cosmetic services that keep the youthful bloom lasting a lot longer. Many are seeking out the permanent cosmetics studio.
Cosmetic tattooing, often called permanent cosmetics, fights the look of aging. Pigments are implanted in the skin to simulate conventional makeup. Lashes look darker and fuller. Missing, damaged, or badly shaped brows are given a more youthful appearance. Thinning and pale lips blush again with recreated fullness and vibrancy. Years of wear and tear are visually softened, or made to apparently disappear, with far less trauma and far less expense than cosmetic surgery.
Where can you go for cosmetic tattooing?
As cosmetic tattooing is long lasting and very difficult to remove, the necessity for finding a qualified permanent cosmetic technician is essential. This not only assures a beautiful result, but also provides reassurance that the procedure is safe, sanitary and comfortable. Without knowledge of proper selection criteria, many people deny themselves services out of concerns for competency, health and safety. And that’s understandable! But coming to the public’s rescue is the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP), the world’s largest, not-for-profit organization devoted to this field, who has set standards of practice and ethics for its members and developed a standardized testing program to assure the public of the highest levels of professionalism. Every member must agree to that code of ethics. Where are qualified professionals near you? Find a qualified technician in your area through their website, www.spcp.org.