Lynn and Kristin Duncan's World Class Permanent Makeup Artistry | Delafield, WI  (262) 470-0077
Chicagoland/Grayslake, IL (312) 550-1473

Permanent Soft-Filled Eyebrow Gallery

Permanent Makeup FAQ - Lynn DuncanLynn's "feather-stroke " and "powder-filled" eyebrow techniques" result in very natural-looking permanent eyebrows.


NOTE: All permanent cosmetic pictures are of actual work performed by Lynn Duncan. All Lynn Duncan's permanent cosmetic pictures are Digitally Watermarked which enables identifying, verifying, and tracking. All photos are the exclusive property of Lynn Duncan and are fully protected by copyright laws. All Rights Reserved.


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Hairstroke Feathering Technique Eyebrows


Permanent eyebrows before and after
Permanent eyebrows before and after


Permanent eyebrows before and after

French eyeliner before and after photos


 


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"Powder-Filled" Eyebrows

Permanent eyebrows before and after

Permanent eyebrows before and after

Permanent eyebrows before and after
Permanent eyebrows before and after

Permanent eyebrows before and after


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World Class Signature Techniques

Lynn's "feather-stroke " and "powder-filled" eyebrow techniques" result in very natural-looking permanent eyebrows.


NOTE: All permanent cosmetic pictures are of actual work performed by Lynn Duncan. All Lynn Duncan's permanent cosmetic pictures are Digitally Watermarked which enables identifying, verifying, and tracking. All photos are the exclusive property of Lynn Duncan and are fully protected by copyright laws. All Rights Reserved.
WARNING! If any permanent makeup photographs are not copyrighted by the permanent makeup technician you are considering, you may be making a grave mistake by choosing her/him. (Permanent makeup photographs are oftentimes sold to technicians for their advertising needs, and/or sometimes stolen from other websites.) Therefore, it would make good sense that "legitimate" copyrighted gallery photographs be publicly displayed, not privately concealed within an office portfolio.