Ruth Swissa’s temporary areola tattoo is a a realistic looking areola tattoo designed specifically for those who do not want permanent make-up just yet; a temporary yet realistic alternative. It works just like any non-permanent tattoo would — simply by placing it on the designated spot, wetting the back of the paper while holding it down and slowly pulling the paper away. It is a safe, quick, and easy way to achieve a look that many usually pay hundreds for. Normally lasts up to seven days, if not longer.
With it’s simple application and fun aesthetic, this rub-on alternative is hard to resist — not to mention it comes at a hard to resist price. This temporary tattoo is also water resistant, so you don’t need to worry about sweating, swimming, working out, etc.
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Save the Date! Tune into KTLA Channel 5 News Thursday (7/24) at 10pm and Friday (7/25) at 1pm to you watch a heartwarming segment about battling breast cancer and alternative procedures with Ruth Swissa ~
Times have changed and pouty duck-lips have become beyond passé. However, there is a natural way to plumpen your pout with an at-home / diy procedure. The two required materials are a toothbrush (preferably straight bristled) and petroleum jelly.
Step by step:
Apply some petroleum jelly to the toothbrush
Rub the toothbrush onto your lips in a circular motion
(be cautious not to rub too hard, you don’t want to tear your skin)
Leave some of the petroleum jelly on your lips once your finished rubbing in order to rehydrate
One of the pros to exfoliating your lips is a temporary plumper complexion. The action of massaging your lip tissue promotes the flow of blood and creates a more ample and pillowy appearance.
Another pro is that it gets rid of dead skin — exfoliating renews your skin by promoting generation of new skin (due to the scrapping of the old, dead skin).
Additionally, exfoliating will also get rid of makeup residue.
Any excess lip-stain will be discarded along with dead skin.
This week in Gina’s People, FOX 11 recognizes viewer and philanthropist Ruth Swissa as she helps burn survivors look their best. In this segment, Ruth Swissa applies permanent makeup on burn victim, Yolda Hawkins.
Throughout the segment, viewers get to see Swissa in her work-zone while she works to redefine Yolanda’s beauty. Rebecca Grossman, chair of the Grossman Burn Foundation (GBF), makes an appearance on the clip and talks about Ruth’s technique and charity work for GBF. Ruth Swissa helps burn survivors free of charge, donating her time to help these victims look their best.
Yolanda Hawkins claims that, “Permanent makeup makes all the difference”.