Renee Vellinga was not a “tattoo person.” She did not have a single piece of body art. She was a plastic surgery person. Truth be told, she never really considered the benefits of permanent makeup and the difference it could make in saving her time and effort in her very active lifestyle.
Renee works as a patient care coordinator at Tribeca Plastic Surgery downtown on Hudson Street in Lower Manhattan. She’d admitted she enjoyed the benefits of receiving various cosmetic services such as dermal fillers on herself. This also helped her in her work because she could talk using first hand knowledge with patients interested in the various services the practice offers.
At first it was from a distance, or perhaps a place of simple curiosity. But it didn’t take long for Renee to begin noticing the enhanced but natural-looking results my Permanent Makeup New York clients were enjoying following their procedures. The fact that she was receiving unsolicited positive feedback from clients also played a role in Renee forming an opinion about what it is I do for women.
She was seeing how attractive this process is to those who want a more beautiful and youthful appearance. In our so-called “fast food society,” permanent makeup procedures offer instant gratification with a mini-makeover without the lengthy process of pre-surgery and post-surgery issues.
But personally Renee was really lured by the time saving and worry-free benefits of permanent makeup. Renee leads quite an active life. In addition to her career as a plastic surgery professional, she is also a singer in a band. In addition, she is committed to morning cross fit workouts at a gym in Queens.
Today it’s safe to say Renee is a cosmetic tattoo person. I did her eyebrow tattoo procedure as well as her permanent eyeliner. In this video you see her right after I did her second application. Her eyebrows have lightened to how they look now in the above photo.