BEFORE & AFTER GALLERY

SERVICEPRICE
Beauty Mark$50+
Eyebrows$300+
Eyeliner - Lower$250+
Eyeliner - Upper$250+
Eyeliner - Upper & Lower$400+
Lip Liner$250+
Full Lip$350+

+ Prices may vary for time and duration of appointment

THE BENEFITS OF PERMANENT MAKE-UP

Everyone, from the young to the elderly, who desires a soft and natural enhancement to their appearance will benefit from permanent cosmetic make up. Let us help enhance and define the beauty of your eyes and lips.

  1. Wake Up to Make Up
  2. Won’t smudge or rub off
  3. Enhances your appearance
  4. Ideal for alopecia or chemotherapy patients
  5. Great for women who suffer from visual impairment or unsteady hands
  6. Great for those with allergies to make up
  7. Perfect for those who wear contact lenses

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Permanent Makeup is a cosmetic tattoo. It is implanting pigment into the Dermis Layer of the skin.

We use a Topical anesthetic for all procedures which eliminates most of the discomfort. Some clients experience discomfortdue to varying pain tolerance and/or resistance to anesthetics. However it is also dependent on how careful your technicianis.  We are very gentle. Most say it felt like a tingle.

The average Permanent Makeup Procedure takes an hour to two hours. Touchups can take anywhere from half the time to the full amount depending on what is left to accomplish. This is a process.

On average, theSoftap® method will last anywhere from 1-7 years. The Coil Machine method can last three times longer depending on skin typeand care. Avoid tanning and using glycolic acids (fruit acids, which are commonly found in some toners, cleansers and moisturizers.Read the labels). This will help the durability of your Permanent Makeup.

The swellingshould disappear in about 3-5 days. You will be instructed to keep an occluding lubricant on your makeup for a week to twoweeks depending on your procedure. You will be able to wear brand new makeup on your brows and eyeliner after 4 days and brandnew makeup on your lips after 10 days. The time you will wait before receiving your Touchup will be, 4 weeks for brows andeyeliner, and 6 weeks for lips.

Absolutely! This will just enhance any other cosmetics you use!

This is not really a concern when having your eyeliner or lips done. The colors we choose for brows are chosen according to the hues found in skin and hair, so that brows look natural with almost any coloring.

Absolutely! Properly placed Permanent Makeup will not be affected. If you are planning on getting any lip injections, it is wise to get your Permanent Makeup done first as it will cut back on the discomfort.

Our clients’ healthand safety are the most important parts of any and every procedure. We only  use pre-sterilized, one-time-use needles.

Dark makeup! DO NOT have your Permanent Makeup applied right before any major events. Wait 5 days for eyeliner and brows and 10 days for any lip procedures. The area will be tender and swollen for a few days. The color will oxidize immediately after the procedure and look “too dark”. This is good! It can mean less of a Touch-up. The area will peel leaving less intense color within days. You will book your follow up appointment 4-6 weeks out to perfect your makeup.

It takes about 1-2 hrs for most procedures.

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Most people with tattoos, are fine, and have no symptoms when getting an MRI.  However, there has been some reported cases of skin burns due to Permanent Makeup.   In general, most experts believe that permanent make-up is safe with MRIs and you should only be concerned if you anticipate getting multiple MRIs.

Thicker, fuller looking lashes, beautifully arched brows, evenly shaped, natural looking, luscious lips never go out of style. We help our clients figure out the most flattering, natural look for them. Maybe 10% of our clientele ask for something that is seasonal, like bright blue eyeliner or ruby red lips, but even these colors can be transformed into more natural colors later on.

Yes and no. You should always be cautious, as it is possible to be allergic to the pigment or the topical anesthetic.  However,we only use the brands of pigment that have never had any known allergic reactions.   Remember, Permanent Makeup is a wonderful alternative to cosmetics, if you have sensitive skin or allergies.

Pre-Care & After-Care Instructions