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Is permanent make-up considered like a tattoo?

  

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Rabbi Latowicz: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...

Tzippy: Would permanent make-up of any kind be considered like getting a tattoo [according to Halachah]?

Rabbi Latowicz: That is make-up that cannot be erased?

Tzippy: Correct; not without a laser.

Rabbi Latowicz: Then that would be prohibited.

Tzippy: Thanks.

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Halachah
Jewish Law. All halachah which is applicable today is found in the Code of Jewish Law.