Beauty Procedures That Could Change Your Entire Look
When it comes to curating a personal look, the majority of people tend to rely on their wardrobes. This makes sense. After all, clothes play a huge determining role in how others’ perceive you. However, it’s important to bear in mind that these aren’t your only option when it comes to self-expression or the improvement of your appearance. There are plenty of beauty procedures that you could consider engaging with too. Here are just a couple for you to consider!
Beauty Procedures: Piercings
Piercings have been used as a form of accessory since ancient times and they still enjoy widespread popularity today. Now, your options when it comes to piercings are seemingly endless. Most people opt for a simple lobe piercing that can be spruced up with extravagant jewellery. However, there are plenty of alternative options out there. From nose piercings to ear cartilage piercings, silver belly bars, lip piercings, and eyebrow piercings.
If you want something really different, there are lesser-seen body piercings, such as the back of your neck, or microdermal implants, which make it look like you have gems in your skin. The thing that tends to worry people with piercings is pain. However, the pain really can’t be all that bad, can it? Otherwise people wouldn’t bother or you’d have to receive anaesthetic to have the work carried out in the same way that you do when you’re having a filling at the dentist. Another positive with piercings is that they can be removed if you decide that they’re not for you, or your taste changes.
Eyelashes have been at the forefront of many people’s beauty routines for years now. This seems bizarre, considering they are such a minor facial feature, but they really can have a huge impact when it comes to common perceptions of beauty. This is because longer eyelashes can give your eyes the appearance of being larger, which is a universal symbol of youth and fertility. But if you haven’t been born with naturally long, thick, or curled lashes, not to worry! There are a couple of things that you can do to create this illusion and enhance their look beside using mascara. Your first option is one-use false lashes.
These are the cheapest and easiest way to give the illusion of long lashes. They come in a box and are attached just above the line of your upper eyelashes. They have a thin layer of eyelash glue. This is a tricky technique to get to grips with at first. But with a little practice, you’ll quickly become a pro! A slightly more expensive, but longer lasting option, is eyelash extensions. These lashes are applied individually by a professional practitioner to give a completely natural look with sensitive specialist glue that avoids eye irritation. You can expect a round-the-clock illusion of long lashes when you invest in them!
These are just two different beauty procedures that are on the market. Both are easily accessible and both are relatively affordable. So, if they sound good to you, consider trying them out!