Between microblading mania and faking the look of fuller lips, permanent makeup is having a very big moment. Sure, it looks good and makes life easier, but the trending tattoo treatment also has a very important role when it comes to women’s needs after different types of cancer and chemotherapy.
Rose Marie Beauchemin, founder of Beau Institute in Mt. Laurel, NJ, works on a number of cancer patients, along with individuals who suffer from trichotillomania, vitiligo and regenerative eye diseases, and devotes a lot of time working with breast cancer survivors on areola nipple tattooing post-reconstruction surgery.
“When I am teaching an areola course, I tell my trainees that the saying in our profession is: Breasts and brows! They go together.”