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Permanent Makeup Option for Lost Eyebrows
Debbie Miller: Let’s show you exactly how it works okay?
Dr. Drew Ordon: Okay.
Debbie Miller: What we have here is a sterile, disposable needle that goes into a hand piece. So this becomes like an artist tool so I have great control over it.
We’re going too literally replicate the look of fine tiny little eyebrow hairs in the skin.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: And that’s again just to remind you, it’s a permanent so really the technician and the technique—
Dr. Drew Ordon: They're very artistic.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yeah. You have to have the right person because it’s not going to go away.
Debbie Miller: You know, I always say that if it’s really good permanent makeup, you can’t tell it is permanent makeup. You think they look fantastically and naturally beautiful or that they're very skilled with their own makeup.
And literally, this needle is just making a channel for the pigment to be deposited into the skin. But with my artistic rendering and a variety of techniques, it determines where and how I do things on the different areas of the face.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Really a great technique for somebody who has lost their brows.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Their eyebrows.
Debbie Miller: You know, so many women lose eyebrow hairs for a variety of reasons. Metabolic disorders like you mentioned with the thyroid, it’s a huge issue with women.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Right.
Debbie Miller: And then it can be from over plucking and tweezing as styles have changed throughout the years. You know, some people just aren’t born with great eyebrows. You can't believe how many people have childhood scars in their eyebrows from getting stitches.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And you're glad you did it right?
Trish: Very glad, yes.
Debbie Miller: No mistake.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Alright, thanks to Debbie and Trish.