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Bloemfontein permanent make up artist Rouxlé Thompson took part in the first national competitian presented by the Permanent Cosmetic Association of South Africa (PCASA) where she took first place in her category.

She won the titel of Best Digital Hairstroke Artist in South Africa and won prizes to the value of R140 000.

The event took place on 10 August at the Lasting Impressions Salon in Pretoria.

Rouxlé, who has been working in the industry for five years and has her own permanent make up artist studio named ETHA Micropigmentation, says there were nine other artists from across the country that competed in her category.

Appart from the Digital Hairstroke category, there were also a category for Microblading Hairstrokes. Twenty of the best permanent make up artists from accross the country took part in the competition. Two of the judges were international permanent make up judges Dora Hollos and Alina Soloveva.

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