If you are thinking about permanent makeup, think Cheryl Rosenblum | Hair Simulation

April 17th, 2011 11:05 am ET

Written By: Lynn Ray Atlanta Plastic Surgery Examiner

Not everyone wakes up every morning with perfect eyebrows. Some have lost them due to advanced age, disease (such as alopecia), chemotherapy or a genetic disorder. Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos (permanent pigmentation of the dermis) as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup, such as eyelining and other permanent enhancing colors to the skin of the face, lips, and eyelids. Another popular use of permanent makeup techniques is to disguise scars and white spots in the skin such as in vitiligo or scars left by hair transplantation. It is also used to restore or enhance the breast's areola, such as after breast surgery.

My experience with permanent makeup has spanned 27 years and a variety of techniques, tattoo machines, inks, artists, mistakes, misshapen eyebrows, and eyebrow color that turned gray just to name a few. I discovered Cheryl Rosenblum and Permanent Makeup of Atlanta about ten years ago when I was looking for someone to correct eyebrows that had been badly shaped as well as having the ink turn gray.  When I think permanent makeup, I think Cheryl Rosenblum.

Cheryl has had extensive training in this art. Cheryl has trained with John Hashey, one of the leading instructors of Permanent Cosmetics. John Hashey was a certified instructor with the American Society of Micro pigmentation

Cheryl did not stop there with her quest to be the best. Additional training includes a certification in the hand tool method with Leslie Lind of Perfect Appearance and certification in the rotary method with Dixie Medford of the Texas institute of Permanent Cosmetics. Cheryl has also taken advanced brow design with Permanent Cosmetics International, Miami Florida. She continues her education and had the honor of taking a Tattoo Machine operations course with Americas most famous Tattoo Artist, Lyle Tuttle (Founder of the Tattoo Museum).

Cheryl has extensive makeup training with Eli Najim of Eli Najim International. Eli is one of Atlanta's leading makeup artists. Some of her other training includes work with Sarah Mays Roberts. Sarah is known as one of Hollywood's favorite makeup artists. Cheryl has done the makeup for the cover of the Piedmont Review, one of Atlanta's leading local magazines and have completed over 8000 permanent makeup procedures.

In addition to her certificates, Cheryl is also a member of the American Academy of Micro pigmentation, and is a board certified micro pigmentation Instructor by the American Academy of Micro pigmentation. Cheryl is a member of the Conventional & Cosmetic Tattoo Association. Currently she is the only Permanent Makeup Artist in Atlanta that is both a licensed tattoo Artist and Board Certified.

Recently a television crew interviewed Cheryl for an upcoming program on permanent makeup. The show will not air until May. Look for the date to appear in a future article.

If you want to wake up looking great or go swimming and have your makeup not run off or cry at a wedding and not have to worry about your makeup, contact Cheryl. Imagine running 5 miles, sweating, wiping your face and still looking great because your makeup didn't wipe off on the towel, too.  Does it hurt? No. A numbing cream is applied to the area and you feel tiny scratches. Cheryl uses the hand method which is much more precise, hurts less and gives her more control when creating a perfect line/eyebrow.

Cheryl Rosenblum, Permanant Makeup of Atlanta, has a studio coveniently located in Buckhead (near Whole Foods) at 3209 Paces Ferry Place, Atlanta, Georgia  30305. Contact Cheryl via email at makeupatlanta@yahoo.com or by phone at 404-229-7372.

If you are interested in having a procedure or taking a class, contact Cheryl. Check her website, CLICK HERE, for permanent makeup. For Artistic Hair, CLICK HERE. Artstic Hair is one of Cheryl's new techniques for hair simulation. Check tomorrow for an article on hair simulation.

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