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Body Art Safety Seminar
November 1, 1999 in New Orleans, LA

Permanent Makeup, Tattooing and the Truth
By Cheri Durbin.  Dispelling some of the myths that surround Permanent Makeup.

A Place For Permanent Cosmetics
By Emily Marshall.  From the Northwest Dermacolor Center, a short introduction   to Permanent Cosmetics, including selecting a technician. September 1998.

Myth-Busting, Mrs. Washington and Me
By Joyce Singer.  On the truth about Permanent Cosmetic Tattooing.  August 1998.

No Runs, No Smears, No Fuss
By Judy Culp. 
Women from all walks of life are choosing to share something in common with glamorous Hollywood celebrities.   Here are a few real-world examples of Permanent Cosmetics in action.  July 1999.

It's Time to Protect Yourself
By Judy Culp.  Information on Hepatitis, including how to protect yourself and your clientele.  January 1999.

Legislation Updates
By Susan Preston.  Updates on how legislation in Permanent Cosmetics is progressing.   February 1999.

 

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