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Dermaplaning is a wonderful technique that can indeed help with makeup application. By gently removing the top layer of dead skin cells and fine facial hair, dermaplaning leaves your skin smoother, creating a flawless canvas for your makeup. Here's how it can specifically benefit your makeup routine:
1. Smooth and Even Skin Texture: Dermaplaning exfoliates the skin, removing any roughness or uneven texture. This allows makeup products, such as foundation and concealer, to glide on smoothly and evenly, without emphasizing any dry patches or imperfections.
2. Enhanced Product Absorption: By removing the outermost layer of dead skin cells, dermaplaning helps your skin better absorb skincare products and makeup. This means that your moisturizers, serums, and primers can penetrate deeper into the skin, improving their effectiveness and giving your makeup a longer-lasting, more natural appearance.
3. Improved Makeup Application: After dermaplaning, your skin appears brighter and more radiant. This can reduce the need for heavy foundation or excessive concealer, as your skin's natural glow shines through. Additionally, removing fine facial hair can prevent makeup from clinging to those hairs, resulting in a smoother, more seamless application.
4. Minimized Cakey Appearance: Sometimes, makeup can settle into fine lines, making them more noticeable. Dermaplaning helps minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, creating a smoother canvas and reducing the likelihood of makeup settling into creases, resulting in a more youthful and fresh look.
Remember, though, that it's important to ensure proper skincare before and after dermaplaning to maintain the health and integrity of your skin.
The frequency of dermaplaning depends on individual factors such as your skin type, concerns, and the recommendations of your skincare professional. Generally, dermaplaning can be done every 3 to 4 weeks, allowing enough time for your skin to regenerate and for new vellus hair (fine facial hair) to grow back.
However, it is essential to note that dermaplaning is an exfoliation treatment that removes the top layer of skin cells, so it's important not to overdo it. Excessive or too frequent dermaplaning can potentially irritate the skin or cause sensitivity.
Please purchase your treatment/s. We will then contact you to arrange the appointment. If you're not quite sure, contact us.
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