Hong Pepper Poe, the State of The Art 6D Artist is serving cancer patients with her outclass microblading service and is helping them to maintain their look free of cost. As we know cancer treatment causes a change in physical appearance. Some patients face hair loss problems even eyebrows and eyelashes hair. No one can understand the pain they face during treatment and after treatment. Changes in physical appearance after cancer and its treatment may produce some psychological effects. She can completely understand their pain and this is the reason she is serving them free of cost. She offers 3D Micro shading to a cancer patient after their treatment.
Most of the time the cancer survivors are not able to obtain the services of a master artist for either shading or blading because of the expenses involved. She regenerates their eyebrows through 3D shading and gives them confidence of looking beautiful and amazing. She didn’t only donate services for this cause it’s her aim to generate a perfect look by regenerating eyebrows of those patients who lost their brows after cancer treatment and give them a new hope with new life.
The well-shaped eyebrows can make your face look quite attractive, naturally beautiful, and boost your appearance. It improves your personality and builds confidence within you. It is so important to improve beauty in your life because it exists as your closest physical connection to the Creator. It aligns you with your true nature and that of your creator. It soothes the soul and makes you happy.
If your chemotherapy treatment causes hair loss as a side effect of cancer treatment then it is more likely that you will experience partial or total loss of your eyebrows, lashes and other facial and body hair. If your chemotherapy drug causes hair thinning you may also lose your brows and lashes. 6D technology in microblading is like a miracle that changes your face and improves your natural look.
Technology is an important driver for change. The key drivers of latest technology are firstly to create new solutions to their customer’s demands; and secondly, enhance customer experience and connection. Traditional microblading is a semi-permanent makeup process. It is implemented by using pigment insertion in the upper skin layer. The effect has a lifespan of around 12 months. But after that, the original look of the brow returns. 6D technology is something that changes the definition of beauty in the industry and being a 6D artist itself is a huge achievement.
About the Artist:-
Pepper was born in Vietnam, and this is where she got her primary education. At the age of 17, she decided that the standard education system was not her cup of tea, and she wanted more out of life rather than just cramming books. She has always been inspired by the beauty industry, and in 2004, she started to work there as soon as she dropped out of school. She is from Asia so it is clear that she didn’t get any help from the government. She had the spark in her and decided to use her energy in the right direction. She started her own salon. Some years passed, Pepper had been working with the same amount of passion, but it was time to take the game to an entirely new level and incorporate services to her salon’s menu, which are rare worldwide. It was time for her to become a state of the art 6D artist and one of the few around the world. Three more years passed, and after a lot of hard work Pepper is now a businesswoman, doing everything she ever wanted to and serving cancer patients without any cost.
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