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Permanent Cosmetics

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Eyebrows

Beautifully shaped eyebrows can easily enhance one's looks. Balanced, full, and well-shaped brows make you look youthful and attractive. No longer will you have to draw your eyebrows in every morning. You will feel wonderful knowing your eyebrows always look flawless!

Lips

Your lips are used for many things: Talking, eating, kissing, and making faces. Your mouth is one of your face's most prominent features. It's important to have it prepared for the day: Smooth, moisturized, and most importantly… attractive! With permanent cosmetics you don't have to spend any time lining, coloring your lips, or worrying about your lipstick coming off at any time. It's fabulous to know your lips are done perfectly, 24 hours a day!

Eyeliner

Your eyes are the focal point of your face, the windows to your soul. Your eyes can say a lot about you! Eyeliner can make you look younger, healthier, and sexier. No more smudges and runs into your eyes, or ruining your looks. Your eyeliner can be beautiful, comfortable, and smudge proof everyday!

Corrections

Permanent makeup is an art and a science. It is important to use the appropriate color and shape. Always seek out a well trained, certified permanent makeup artist because errors can’t always be fully corrected.

No one wants to talk about corrections or problems, but what do you do when you have hired a permanent makeup technician to perform a procedure and you are unhappy with the results? You can use A Better Image to correct the problem!

Allopecia

Don’t suffer anymore. We can camouflage hair loss from Alopecia Areata Universalis and other conditions. The appearance of patients suffering from this condition can be significantly improved. Men, women, and even children can benefit from this paramedical cosmetic procedure. If you have little or no hair, you will be amazed at the improvement in appearance that permanent cosmetics can make for you.

Paramedical

The history of permanent cosmetics began thousands of years ago. Sharpened sticks and stones were used to implant natural pigments into the skin. Even today, you can still see signs of these markings on preserved human remains. Mummies dating back to Cleopatra show visible signs of hand tattooed permanent makeup. Any imperfection you have, can be covered or corrected with permanent makeup!