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is it painful to have permanent make up

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is it painful to have permanent make up

Postby mylesz » Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:32 pm

i am planning to have my permanent make up to save my time so that I can do more stuffs in the office.
But I have a very low tolerance when it comes to pain. Im scared the procedure might be painful? Or can I
use something to make me feel numb? what could be that cream?
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Re: is it painful to have permanent make up

Postby LiezeLFeliZ » Fri Apr 16, 2010 3:55 pm

putting make up is somewhat enjoying... look in the different side of it but if you still go through permanent make up painlessly, i suggest to try using numbing creams like Dr. NUmb... some say it works, who knows, it can help you! :)
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Re: is it painful to have permanent make up

Postby 4evryoung » Sat Apr 17, 2010 7:18 am

I had my eyebrows done several years ago. I will not say it was totally painless, but it is bearable. They do put cream on first, and let it sit on there for about a half hour before beginnin. I have not had eye liner done so I cannot comment. Good luck. To say it is totally painless would be a lie, but with the cream it is bearable. Be sure to go to someone who is certified, has experience, and references.
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Re: is it painful to have permanent make up

Postby mylesz » Sat Apr 17, 2010 5:05 pm

LiezeLFeliZ wrote: putting make up is somewhat enjoying... look in the different side of it but if you still go through permanent make up painlessly, i suggest to try using numbing creams like Dr. NUmb... some say it works, who knows, it can help you! :)



,so where can I buy that DR. NUMB? Do they have a website?
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Re: is it painful to have permanent make up

Postby 4evryoung » Sun Apr 18, 2010 1:52 pm

WHOMEVER does the procedure has the cream for you. They provide it at the time of the procedure. You need not to purchase.
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Re: is it painful to have permanent make up

Postby LiezeLFeliZ » Sat Apr 24, 2010 3:57 pm

mylesz wrote:so where can I buy that DR. NUMB? Do they have a website?


you can visit its site.. http://www.drnumb.com, you can also chat with their representatives on their website or just call them on their hotline..i forgot their number.. just check their website! 8)
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Re: is it painful to have permanent make up

Postby Sephora_LA » Sun Jan 08, 2012 9:35 am

Permanent makeup would be similar to getting tattoos I imagine. However the colors do fade so you have to keep going in for maintenance.
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Re: is it painful to have permanent make up

Postby alfalfa » Mon Jan 23, 2012 6:57 am

would depend on the surgeon and the anesthesia that will be administered unto you...
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