New Arrival Semi PMU Practice Open Eyes Model Head with High
quality artificial Rubber Light Embroidery 3D Silicone
|Name||Practice Model Head|
|Usage||Eyebrows ,eyeliers and lips Practice or train ,Tattoo|
|Material||Rubber or latex|
|Packing||1 Piece / OPP Bag|
|Lead time||1-3 working days if in stock, 5-12 working days if without stock|
|Payment term||Bank transfer, Paypal, Western Union|
1. Practicing the skin gives you a fake skin, which is a new
beginning for a better choice.
2. It is soft and comfortable, can help you control the feeling of
tattoos or Semi permanent makeup
3 shows. According to your needs, you can repeatedly tattoo a few
1. Washable, very soft.
2. Easy to get ink, non-toxic.
3 shows. Realistic, similar to real human skin.
Suitable for beauty school students or beginners to practice semi
permanent makeup,eyebrows ,eyeliners and lips ,tattoo practice
For every semi permanent makeup beginner or students even artists,a
lot of practice is necessary ,which can help you to be more
professional ,help you to become semi permanent makeup master.
Is semi-permanent make-up worth the pain?
With a two-year-old daughter and a hectic working life, it's hard
to find time to wash my hair, let alone apply cosmetics.
So when I heard about semi-permanent make-up expert Tracie Giles, I
was desperate to give her a try. My eyebrows are sparse - the
result of overzealous plucking - and pencilling them in every day
is a hassle I can do without.
Plus, I've never mastered the art of smudge-proof liner on my upper
eyelids, which is another of Tracie's specialities. I decided to go
for the double whammy.
Semi-permanent make-up lasts between nine and 18 months. The type
Tracie uses is natural, mineral-based and non-toxic, meaning
treatments are hypoallergenic.
First, she used a regular eyebrow pencil to shape and colour my
brow - and once I was happy with the colour and shape, a topical
anaesthetic was applied to numb the skin.
Next, a fine needle was used to tattoo individual hairs - more
irritating than painful. The process was the same for the eyeliner.
Tracie drew a fine line close to my upper eyelashes, ensuring it
wasn't too dark.
The procedure wasn't comfortable, but it didn't hurt, and it was
all over in 40 minutes.
When I looked in the mirror, I was bowled over. My eyebrows were
perfect and the eyeliner looked great. There was no scabbing or
soreness and, a couple of weeks later, the overall effect was
fantastic and natural-looking.
That said, the results do fade and, after a year, it is worth
having a touch-up treatment, which is available at a reduced cost.