Updating Your Makeup for Fall

To me, fall is the most beautiful season of the year. During this amazing time, I love to travel to a nearby mountain town in order to look at the colorful leaves on the trees. Besides shopping for new clothes, I also strive to update my makeup when the weather gets cooler outdoors. I prefer wearing pastel colors of makeup such as pink, peach, and lavender during the spring and summer months. However, when fall arrives, I like to start wearing darker, richer shades of color such as red, burgundy, and amethyst. These darker shades of makeup complement the black, chocolate brown, and gray colors of fall clothing in my closet. On this blog, I hope you will discover smart tips to help you update your makeup collection for fall. Enjoy!

Exploring Tattoos For Cosmetic Enhancements

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The motivations behind the many decisions to get a tattoo are varied. Many choose to make a statement with their ink and others just like the way they look. And then there are those who choose to use a tattoo to improve appearances. New innovations in the world of tattooing are opening doors for look-enhancements through strategic inking. Surprisingly, tattooing may offer a viable alternative -- and a less costly one -- to certain cosmetic procedures. Everything from hair loss to skin problems are being "treated" with tattoos. Researching and exploring tattoo solutions to common appearance concerns could be worth the effort.

A Unique Tattoo Process

Men who suffer from baldness are turning to tattoo artists to help cover up area where hair was lost. The process entails inking the areas in which hair was lost in order to create the impression of a buzz cut. There are many reasons why a man may lose his hair. In what may be good news for those suffering from hair loss due to a medical condition such as alopecia, the tattoo procedure known as micro scalp pigmentation could prove to be a huge help.

Baldness is not the only problem that can be addressed through tattooing. Other skin issues may be treated through the artistry of tattooing.

Dealing with Skin Blemishes

Those dealing with scars or stretch marks should look into the viability of using tattoos to cover up imperfections. Those who do not have any issues with tattoos probably may find getting ink a more preferable -- and less costly -- option than plastic surgery. Still, discussing the matter with a general practitioner may be wise prior to making a decision. If the doctor doesn't advise against it, working with a tattoo artist is an option.

Building on Previous Ink

Some may already have tattoos in their skin, so any new ink has to complement the current body art that is present. If a rose tattoo is present on the body, extending branches and leaves from the rose could cover up scars. A tattoo a of rock star could be enhanced by adding a blemish-covering stage. A lot of creativity can be employed and amazing results achieved.

Calling the Right Artist

A last bit of advice would be to work with a tattoo artist who is very comfortable with this type of work. The tattoo artist must be able to handle the added responsibility of improving and hiding a physical imperfection. Check out a company like Big Bear Tattoo to get started.


29 November 2016