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Peanut Butter and Jelly Thank you to Dr. Dixon

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PeanutButterJelly-------- Original Message --------

Subject: Gratitude
From: Karri
Date: Thu, December 08, 2016 8:48 pm
To: " This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it " < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >

I just wanted to say thank you! I've been on your web site, reading all the education information you offer. Wow! You take time to make videos, equipment facts, product reports and so on. I have learned so much from just reading your page. I've been doing PMU for three years now, its not been easy. My first year was horrible I thought why I'm I doing this, why did I waste my money. Its the little things you say that stick. Like lip procedures, I find myself saying "skate on the lips like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich". Wow that tip alone has made a world of difference! I can't wait to order the microstroking Midas blades. Thank you!!!! I hope you have a Merry Christmas and a blessed year!

12-9-16 10:02 AM comment by Dr. Dixon

Every once in awhile someone takes the time to say "Thank You". That's all I need to keep going. Makes my work worthwhile.
I want to thank each of you for your support and efforts to be the best you can be too.

Dr. Dixon


Angie's List Article "Who Should get Permanent Makeup?"

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Angie's List FounderCLICK HERE: Angie's List Article "Who Should get Permanent Makeup?"  BY Linda Dixon MD and Sandra Caballero

Keep in mind that less may be best. Avoid regrets by going conservative. Removing permanent makeup is difficult and leaves a change in skin texture, Dixon says. “You can always add [color] but you cannot always take it away,” she says.


Skinmaster™ Practice Pad Demo by Esther Shi

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There's no limit to the brow effects you can achieve with the Skinmaster™ family of digital machines. New models for
2017 have just been unveiled at the Hong Kong EXPO and will be available in the U.S. soon. What's new? Both needles
and machines. We'll keep you updated. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. God bless you. Dr. Dixon
Esther Skinmaster Demo


Hair-thin needle great for hairstrokes Skinmaster REVO Ultrafine

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Its-Great-Lady-Cartoon-Ultrafine REVOCompare the needle on the right with the needle on the left and you'll see the difference! The Skinmaster #654 REVO-1 is the finest single needle available at 0.18 mm makes realistic hairstrokes. A tight “flattening” grip on the brow is the key to success as you’ll feel the vibration under your fingers. Start in the middle of the hairstroke to avoid telltale dots of ink where you begin each hair. Keep the needle upright, not tilted, when working in the skin. You can adjust the flow of the color to the needle through an adjustable 3-way vent hole in the tip. You’ll want to practice your Skinmaster hairstrokes to adjust your needle length and hairstroke pattern. Use a white marking pencil or pen, or a black China marker, for your brow shape before you begin. Pain control? Score the skin lightly and apply Numquick Liquid (or Ultra Duration) before you begin in earnest. You can use a pre-numbing cream or ointment for about 30-40 minutes as well. It’s hard to get the brows really numb before you begin but once the skin is open you should have no problem. Set Skinmaster at low speed and either drag the needle over the skin and work with a very shallow needle and apply Numquick Liquid (or UltraDuration). Wait 10 minutes and proceed. CLICK HERE. Questions or Comments? Toll free 888/452-4946 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . $60/per 15 pack. Just ask for #654! We'll know what you want.



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A common question by permanent makeup professionals is if they should tattoo the "wetline" and how to do it successfully. Ophthalmologists say "NO!" Others say proceed with caution.  Here's why: Professionals should appreciate the function of the Meibomian glands along the "wetline", mucosal surface of the inner eyelid.  The Meibomian glands secrete an oily film that coats the tear film to keep the eye moist.  Overworking this area can result in scarring and damage to the Meibomian gland orifices (openings) and result in chronic dry eye. [Thanks to centerforsight.com and wikipedia for valuable illustrations and helpful information.]


The meibomian glands (or tarsal glands) are a special kind of sebaceous gland at the rim of the eyelids inside the tarsal plate, responsible for the supply of meibum, an oily substance that prevents evaporation of the eye's tear film.

Meibomian gland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Created 2014-11-06 22:11:27 LHDixon

Ref: https://www.reviewofoptometry.com/article/mgd-getting-to-the-root-cause-of-dry-eye
Please also see Derek Darby's indepth article:  http://www.cosmetictattoo.org/article/eyeliner-tattooing-vs-dry-eye.html
Modified 9-4-16 LHD

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