How To Apply Makeup When You Have An Artificial Eye

Women often ask me if they can still wear make-up after being fitted with an artificial eye.

The answer is a definite yes!

A lot of women do have issues with hollowing under the top eye lid.

This makes it a challenge to apply make-up in an even way.

It’s also difficult to see past your hand as you apply the make-up.

A few weeks ago I had a professional make-up artist come in to work with a client on these issues.

They had a two hour session which helped our client change her style of make-up and her technique for applying it.

After the session she looked fantastic and felt a lot more confident.

Would you like a session with make-up artist Ali Price?

She is very professional and caring. Her services will help you build your confidence and have you feeling great.

Her website is http://www.alipricemakeup.com.au/

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