In the past few years we have seen amazing growth and interest in Permanent Makeup and Cosmetic...
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National Women’s Show – Ottawa Blog “PERMANENT MAKEUP – WHY COSMETIC TATTOO IS MAKING AN EXPLOSIVE COMEBACK”
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How can we work together?
IVONNE is committed to collaborating with all members of indigenous communities, and we strongly encourage potential employees, contractors, students, suppliers, and anyone with a voice to reach out to us so that we can find ways to work together.
We have some big goals and the purpose of this post is to help us reach them together.
Indigenous Permanent Makeup Training
Tattooing in North America has its roots in ancient traditions, and were practiced long before modern aesthetics.
Before colonialism spread across North America, traditional tattooing was used by different nations to express family lineage, clan crest, social rank, relationship to territory, hunting and fishing rights, and more.
Tattoos were used for more than just body signage. Tattooing and pigments were used for medicinal purposes, too. Some tattooing and pigments were even used to memorialize and honour ancestors who were wiped out in natural disasters.
There is a renewed interest and reemergence of indigenous cultural tattooing and this interest is causing many to consider other potential uses, including modern Permanent Makeup.
There now exists an opportunity for indigenous artists to combine their traditional tattoo practices with modern aesthetic processes.
In our pillar page, we talk about how prevalent Permanent Makeup has become, and the opportunities are growing.
Permanent Makeup Tattoo isn’t just for tattoo artists. It’s for everyone who has a passion for beauty, and an eye for detail and creativity.