Correcting Permanent Makeup

Correcting Permanent Makeup

Correcting Permanent Makeup

It is important to clarify the following. The correction work is not me correcting my own work, it is correcting the work of other technicians.

Correcting Permanent Makeup. My client had some poor quality carried out previously.  She disliked the round fronts.  So I created some soft tall strokes at the front to disguise this and soften the start of the brow. I also added a neutralising colour into this area to neutralise the grey/blue hue. She wanted fuller brows so I added fullness. I also broke the “blockyness” of the front area by threading some flesh colour in between where I would have placed strokes. This is why research is key to ensuring you get what is desired.  Corrections are lengthy and costly.  And while I can improve on what she has been left with,  I could have created something far superior had I been working on Virgin skin. Still, we are both thrilled with this outcome.

Take a look at my post regarding choosing your technician.