Permanent makeup has already established itself over the past few years as these procedures have greatly improved the lives of those who have undergone it. The main reasons for getting one is it saves time and hassle of doing it every day. Imagine having to wakeup looking good already. No wonder they call permanent makeup as “wake up with makeup”.
So how old is too old for makeup?
The truth is there’s no such thing. It’s for everyone. Whether you’re a woman, a man, young, or old. It’s never too late to try something new. As a matter of fact, many senior citizens are mostly at risk of having arthritis, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis or other conditions that causes them to experience uncontrollable shaking of their hands preventing them to take care of themselves and look their best as they simply tend to give up trying. Eyesight deterioration is also one of the contributing factors. These are normal old people problems that require modern solutions.
As we age, the body goes through numerous change and our looks are the most noticeable. Hair loss and thinning affects only head hair but also the eyebrows and eyelashes which many people usually forget to give importance to. Creative use of permanent makeup can make one look years younger. Recreating the brow arch and strands which microblading can lift your facial features giving some of those good years back.
Permanent eyeliner can give your eyelashes a boost and open up the eyes without looking over the top. The key here for mature permanent makeup is the subtlely. No dark, harsh pigments. Just enough to blend with color of your hair. A little can go a long way.
The color of your cheeks fades as you age and this calls for another permanent makeup solution. Cheek blushing procedure means injecting pink and reddish pigments into your cheek area for a youthful glow. Aside from giving the face a dose of color, shading can lift the cheekbones and minimize the saggy look.
Lip blushing redefines lost lip shape and re-pigment areas that have lost its color from age. Knowing that it originated from regular tattooing which is pretty painful, people often ask if the procedures hurt. Pain scale ranges 0 to 3 so you may not feel anything or only feel some tingling sensations because topical anesthetics are applied to the treated area which significantly reduces discomfort. Even those with low tolerance pain can handle it.
Most Popular Permanent Makeup for Mature Clients
For older gentlemen, scalp micropigmentation is very popular for balding. For older women, eyebrow microblading is the “best seller”, for the lack of a better term.
If you’re 60 or over and plan to do have semi-permanent or permanent makeup, the first step you need to take is to ask your dermatologist first. This is especially the case if the aesthetic center you’re going to doesn’t have an in-house doctor.
Once you get a clearance from your dermatologist, find an aesthetic center with numerous reviews. Look for those who were able to do permanent makeup on a lot of mature skinned clients already. That’s how you know you got the right one!