Semi-permanent eyeline tattoo , No No?

I am seriously consider to go for semi-permanent eyeline tattoo before is too late to have it done. I have over-active thyroid and also noticed my eyes are a bit pushed out. Sometimes, I find myself unable to draw my eye line because it tremble.

My GP told me not to take Propranolol unless I really shaken. Unfortunately, sometimes this happen during early morning when I have to get ready to work. I know is only cosmetic which should be the least thing I should worry about while facing to live with my thyroid problem, but I hope someone here who share and understand my feeling might be able to give me advice weather will this carry any risk?

My concern is does having over-active thyroid open to bigger chance than catching infection? Slower to heal?

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Hello moonieblue

Don't AT ALL feel guilty about wanting to look good & getting your eyebrows done.

Although I'm the opposite to you with being underactive, the fact doesn't change that we do the things we do to make us feel better, especially when we're not well.

God only knows that for some of us girls MAKEUP helps 😂.

I feel exactly the same. I look & feel better for a bit of 'slap' & I love my eyebrows. I've not had them tattooed but my sister did & I was surprised how natural & soft they turned out.

I'm sorry I can't advise on your concerns about infections. I do hope someone can advise specifically on this point for you.

Here's to looking your best & feeling better for it Hun 💋👍🏻

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Hi there lovely, im hyper and have hashis and im amzed you are going to work as im off sick for 3rd month as feel dire- hope you are on carbimazole. Please take it easy when you are hyper as it is alot of pressure on your body and i was not able to carry out my daily tasks dye to palpitations and trembling, panic attacks. Do not over do it and rest and rest.

Now down to looking beautiful- i have had semi perm eyebrows and topliner, i had the topliner done a year back. Black. There is infection risks with every procedure we have done but thats with anything really but nithing to do with our illness- so go ahead and treat yourself, your love it but you need to stay still- ha. I had body shakes with my hyper but not poirly when i had it done. Its relatively painless.you will be pleased with the result, i could never go without topliner!! Go for it.👀

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Thank-you so much. I am planning to have a go.

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Once you start you wont stop.😊

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...... sorry, I mean't to refer to eyeliner not eyebrows 🙂

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I e had my eye liner and brows done 4 times over the last 22 years. Currently have the second treatment / you have up of my current one. Hypo. My bestie also is hypo and has sunken eyes if your aesthetician knows what’s she’s doing she should be able to tell you. My bestie has puffy lids (sorry Jillkh) and couldn’t have the wrong tip as it wouldn’t work. Inbox me if you’d like my lady’s details. She is quite helpful or any questions you have as I could ask her at my next appointment.

So worth the time it saves on the morning! Screw the cost!

Ebony

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Ha. Im with you there!! Ive had eyebrows and topliner- well worth the pounds.👀💋

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I have been thinking to do it a few years back but because back then, I already feels something behind my eyes not right and my eyes keep watering. So I hold on until I know exactly what wrong with me. Now I know I am hyper and also know that a topliner tattoo can only preform when my eyes ball not pop out too much.

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Yes i understand- wise to wait. I am hyper but that is a sympton i dont have. Just plagued with breathless. But there is light at the end of the tunnel. Please take it easy though as i know you are working.x take care😊

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Hi EonyEvans,

I tried to PM you but can't. I am living in London, is your aesthetician in London area? I only want my topliner tattoo.

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I drift in and out of seriously considering semi-permanent liner and microblading for the brows. I have ludicrously hypersensitive skin and I'd need patch allergy tests beforehand to make sure that I'd be OK but it doesn't seem that most places offer this.

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Thank-you for your advice. Allergy is one thing I take into account too. While hair dye seems to do an ok job to me, I never have tattoo and me too is worry that my skin might be too sensitive. But the topliner tattoo I considering are vegan organic, hence it only last 18 months to max 2 years. I am going to ask for a allergy test when I find an tattooist offer this.

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I originally had mine done a few years back at one of the ladies to do this procedure whixh was deborah mitchell at heaven beauty and was very fortunate to have mine done by her- she does alot of celebs and is mostly travelling around the world now but i was allery patch tested and i have always had patch testing. I wouldnt go anywhere that never done it- its like having your hair dyed and not ltesting. 😊

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Also, I wonder do any ladies notice skin condition changed? Now winter is here, the central heating on and our skin become even dryer. Some people told me for hyper, the skin generate quicker hence smoother skin. But if undernourished, will cause thinning skin that encourage wrinkle around the eyes, eyes bags and sagging skin quicker.

For this, I am consider to buy a home Radiofrequency skin tightening , like The Carer 360°.

I wonder does any ladies use something similar and not worsen their thyroid disease problem.

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