“For many women, drugstore healing putting on their makeup is more than just a part of their morning routine; it is a symbol of their femininity, and ” Whitney Center founder Melany Whitney wrote in the September 2012 issue of Les Nouvelles Esthetiques & Spa.
\nMost of us take the role makeup plays in expressing our femininity for granted. We move through our morning makeup routine without thought, sovaldi carefully applying eyeliner and lipstick before walking out the door. “Putting on our face” makes us feel more attractive. It’s empowering, giving us a psychological boost that heightens our self-confidence. There’s something about knowing you look good that makes you feel more capable.\n\n\n\nWhen cancer or alopecia cause hair loss or an accident or surgery scar the skin, the change in appearance can make a woman feel less beautiful, less confident, less feminine, increasing her feelings of victimization. When this occurs, permanent makeup can be a vital part of the healing process. By enhancing a woman’s appearance, permanent makeup can help restore her sense of femininity and her confidence in herself.\n\nPermanent makeup offers solutions for women fighting disease or trauma, including those with Parkinson’s disease or severe arthritis who are no longer able to apply makeup. Scar camouflage can change the lives of burn or accident victims. Breast restoration can aid the recovery of breast cancer survivors. Paramedical applications of permanent makeup go to the core of a woman’s sense of self; restoring the body to restore the mind and in the process empowering women.