LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 27, 2020
A February 25 article on Woman’s Day discusses the extremely detailed regimen that longtime TV personality Kelly Ripa keeps each morning. Starting at 5 a.m. every day, Ms. Ripa starts by dry brushing her skin while sipping her coffee and selecting the topics she is going to discuss when her show airs live later that day. The routine continues with a workout, taking care of her children, and traveling to the “Live with Kelly and Ryan” studio — leaving little or no room for downtime. Ms. Ripa’s jampacked morning routine will sound familiar to many and Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup says that, for those wanting to add time to their busy schedules, microblading offers a way to reduce time spent on one of the most challenging and detailed parts of a daily beauty routine by eliminating the need to recreate eyebrows every morning.
Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup describes microblading as a process somewhat similar to the tattooing used for more standard types of permanent makeup, but with some very important differences. Pigmentation, as opposed to ink, is placed into the skin by hand using incredibly tiny instruments that ultimately create lines that appear so similar to natural hair that very few people can tell the difference without being alerted, the salon says.
Microblading has become the gold standard for eyebrow replacement, Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup says, because it is extremely useful for people in many situations. In addition to busy women on the go who want to save time every day and athletes who want to look their best all day long without having to deal with runny makeup, many clients may have lost all or part of their eyebrows temporarily or permanently due to their medical situation or aging. Others may be disabled while many may women in particular simply don’t think they have the artistic touch needed to do their makeup correctly, says the salon. It notes that microblading is semi-permanent and will require periodic touching up to maintain the full effect.
Not all salons offering microblading and other services are the same, says Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup. It notes that Ellie, its primary makeup artist, is praised by clients new and old and is highly respected in the Los Angeles and Southern California beauty community. Recommended by reconstructive surgeons, celebrities, and even royalty, Ellie is one of the most reputable names in microblading and is highly trained in all aspects of her craft. She holds numerous certifications and is registered with the Los Angeles County Public Health Department.
Interested readers can learn more about microblading and permanent makeup by visiting Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup website at https://www.bhpermanentmakeup.com or by calling (424) 247-6411.