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An anonymous reader asked Inge: I am 63 and have Parkinson's disease. The vibrations in my right hand will make applying makeup more difficult in the future - should I consider tattooing? (stock image)

Shh! Anti-agers nobody, but you should know: Parkinson's means that applying makeup is difficult. Could tattoo be the answer?

  • A reader with Parkinson's disease asked Inge Van Lotrigen about facial tattoos
  • She said that smartly chosen permanent makeup is a big boost for self-confidence
  • She added that permanent permanent makeup artist Karen Betts encourages you to do your research and find a well-trained and insured artist
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Q: I am 63 and have Parkinson's disease. The vibrations in my right hand will make applying makeup more difficult in the future – should I consider tattooing?

And do you have beauty advice to make life easier?

A: How tough and well done to face this confrontation. Smartly chosen permanent makeup is a great idea and a true self-confidence booster.

An anonymous reader asked Inge: I am 63 and have Parkinson's disease. The vibrations in my right hand will make applying makeup more difficult in the future - should I consider tattooing? (stock image)

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An anonymous reader asked Inge: I am 63 and have Parkinson's disease. The vibrations in my right hand will make applying makeup more difficult in the future – should I consider tattooing? (stock image)

I would recommend a subtle eyeliner to emphasize your eyes – you can even refrain from mascara.

Leading Permanent Makeup (PMU) Artist Karen Betts (karen betts.com) urges you to do your research and find a well-trained and insured artist (her KB Pro PMU academies offer level 4 qualifications and are accredited by the associated beauty specialists and Professional institutions of Beauty Guild; some courses, on the other hand, only last a few days).

Make sure they can show a wide portfolio of permanent makeup and medical tattoo and check if you like their style. The Karen team would charge £ 395 to £ 795 for eyeliner; eyebrows or even a soft blush lip would be a little more.

Regarding products, make it a habit to use softly tinted cream-colored textures that blend well and rub even with your left hand.

View BareMinerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Moisturizer SPF30 (£ 29), 3INA Cream Eyeshadows (£ 12.95) and Korres Lip Butters (£ 8, everything looks great)). A lot of strength and positivity for you.

Inge van Lotringen (photo) says that leading permanent makeup (PMU) artist Karen Betts (karen betts.com) encourages you to do your research and find a well-trained and insured artist

Inge van Lotringen (photo) says that leading permanent makeup (PMU) artist Karen Betts (karen betts.com) encourages you to do your research and find a well-trained and insured artist

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Inge van Lotringen (photo) says that leading permanent makeup (PMU) artist Karen Betts (karen betts.com) encourages you to do your research and find a well-trained and insured artist

Ingeborg from Lotringen is a beauty director at Cosmopolitan. Email inquiries inge@dailymail.co.uk

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