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LisaBulman

ISN New Topic: Scleroderma and Tattoos

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Hi Amanda,

 

Mother nature has also mostly abandoned my eyebrows and I would like nothing better than a makeup tattoo to solve the issue permanently. And I think it would be a tremendous advantage to have my lip line increased and enhanced. Well, if neither were done wonky, that is.

 

Unfortunately, they will have to remain my pipe dreams because I am one of those unsuitable candidates. So I've adapted by setting up a makeup table, so that I can at least sit down comfortably and ergonomically while doing my hair and makeup.

 

The beauty of no eyebrow tattoo though is that my eyebrows look different every day!  It's fun to just draw a line straight across the forehead for the trendy uni-brow look. 

 

Actually, given an audience medicated into a stupor, I could probably do a two-hour comedy routine on the subject of eyebrow designs, makeup, and the entertaining yet embarrassing hazards of melting eyebrows.

 

:emoticons-group-hug:


Warm Hugs,

 

Shelley Ensz

Founder and President

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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Oh, Shelley, they are different everyday, well that's okay the problem is when the left and the right eyebrow look like they belong to different days! I know that no one person has identical eyebrows but for the average person their eyebrows at least look like they belong to the same face! As for myself, naturally each eyebrow looks totally different which makes enhancing them a tricky process, if I am not careful I exaggerate the difference between each brow and well it's not a good look.

 

Pathetically I find myself with eyebrow envy and when I look at famous women I am always drawn to their eyebrows, my husband looks bemused when I comment on what lovely eyebrows such and such has. At work my friend and I would talk along these lines and agreed that Elizabeth Taylor had the most amazing brows ever, second for me is Rachel Weisz.

 

Take care.


Amanda Thorpe

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