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Local Woman Provides Permanent Makeup at Hair Therapy

June 12, 2013

The photos show the after shots of a permanent eyebrow application. The after shot was taken immediately after the procedure, which is why there is some redness a slight swelling. The color will tone down by 30 percent when fully healed within 6-8 weeks.

People can wake up with makeup every day if they choose to see permanent cosmetics technician Beth Wobbema at Hair Therapy. Operating under the name Bella Amore, she provides permanent cosmetics, or permanent makeup, by depositing hypoallergenic mineral pigments into the dermal layer of the skin.
In addition to covering scars and stretch marks, permanent makeup can provide eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner and full lip color.
Those who benefit from permanent cosmetics are people with allergies to conventional makeup; busy people with little time to apply makeup; those physically unable to apply makeup; alophecia sufferers; cancer patients; those with spare or no eyebrows or eyelashes.
Learn more about Wobbema and her business in Wednesday's Times-Record.

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