Updated Jun 5, 2012
More women are making the case for permanent cosmetics these days according to online reports. Currently, the trend seems to be driven by older women. This is due to the fact that their poorer eyesight causes difficulty in properly applying makeup.
The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals noted that more technicians have been certified to do this in recent years. Generally, the procedure is meant to mimic eye makeup and lip liners. It involves using a special needle to put pigment beneath the top layer of skin.
The cost for a session can range from $300 to over $600. The results can last for up to six weeks depending on the procedure.
Written by the CareFair.com Editorial Team.