What You'll Get
Applying makeup in the car can be dangerous, which is why so many people prefer to put it on during a board meeting or nationally televised makeover show instead. Discover a less complicated routine with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get permanent cosmetic eyeliner on your choice of either the upper or lower lids at Glamour Permanent Cosmetics in Muskegon (a $200 value).
Glamour Permanent Cosmetics, located in The Lakes Mall, relieves clients of the tiresomeness of applying makeup by shading faces with permanent pigmentation. The salon’s certified permanent cosmetics specialist, boasting five years of needlepoint experience, tattoos customers’ choice of upper or lower lids with indelible eyeliner and a steady hand. The permanent liner speeds the morning beautification process, eliminates any need for reapplication, and benefits individuals with visual or physical impediments that hinder them from putting on makeup. The procedure, like a tarot-card reading, lasts a half hour and produces irreversible results that won’t smudge or distort despite all attempts.
The salon’s glossy red walls and ebony furnishings bracket inviting treatment and waiting areas. Post procedure, newly accessorized eyelashes can flutter proudly through the adjoining mall, impervious to the envious glances of mannequins lacking eye definition of any sort.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Must meet required medical standards. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Glamour Permanent Cosmetics
Sandra Murphy, Glamour Permanent Cosmetics' owner and certified cosmetics specialist, crafts tattooed facial enhancements that mimic the look of makeup, bestowing eye and lip regions with natural-looking fullness and perpetual allure. A team of four safety-certified staffers assists Murphy, each specializing in a particular form of cosmetic enhancement such as eyelash extensions, teeth whitening, and tattoos. Murphy has honed her craft since 2006 and now instructs a 100-hour course designed to certify new permanent cosmetics artists.