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Permanent Makeup is Perfect for Summer!

Warm weather is here and it’s just going to keep getting hotter. You know what that means…make up that melts off, smudges and smears. So what’s a girl to do? Permanent makeup is your answer. Look great from the moment you wake up until the moment you go to sleep. With classic brows, elegant eyeliner, and luscious lips for an active lifestyle that takes no effort at all.

Permanent cosmetics puts the right color in the right place so that you look better naturally. It’s also ideal for vitiligo, scar camouflage, and hairline restoration. It’s practical, enhanced perfection every day, effortlessly.

Permanent makeup benefits include no more smudged or smeared makeup, great for hot summer days or for those with limited vision or mobility. It’s also beneficial to those with allergies to conventional makeup, less money spent on cosmetics and enhances your natural beauty.

Myra Weaver of English Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Center and Surgi-Spa has trained under internationally recognized Dixie Medford P.C.C.D. at the Texas Institute of Permanent Cosmetics. Myra has worked with Dr. English at his practice in Little Rock since 1994, and has been in the “beauty industry” since the late-1980s. Her knowledge and experience speak for themselves. Her devotion to her clients and her sincere desire to help others serves as the driving force that has called her into this field.

Put your best face forward. Today more women and men are choosing the self-assurance of permanent makeup. Let us apply your makeup once and for all! Call us today at (501) 227-9556 for your permanent makeup appointment.

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