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Consultation required; final decision of approved procedure is subject to providers discretion. Not everyone will be a candidate for permanent makeup or all forms of permanent makeup.

*Must be 18 years or older with valid government issued identification.

Permanent Makeup

Want to wake up looking great?

Make your life easier with permanent makeup eyebrows, eyeliner or lip color!

Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos as a means of producing results that resemble makeup, using a cosmetic tattoo machine.

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Powder Brows

  • Great solution for anyone with patchy, thin, or light eyebrows. 

  • The result of powder brow is a more defined brow, as if you filled in your brows with powdered makeup.

  • Created by using a tattoo machine with small pixels resulting in a natural finish. 

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Lash Enhancing Eyeliner

  • A black line is tattooed in between the lashes, giving the appearance of thicker, darker and completely full lashes.

  • Can be done on your top lash line, bottom lash line, or both to add instant definition to your eyes.

  • For eyeliner permanent makeup: no lash extensions and no lash growth products 4 weeks leading up to procedure

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Lips Blushing

  • This service creates a natural lip color and more defined lip line by lining and shading the lips to achieve a natural looking lip tint.

  • Choose from a variety of colors offered to enhance your lips.

Pre-care:

  • Do not exercise the day of procedure

  • Do not tan or come with sunburned face

  • Don not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, or Ibuprofen 24-48 hours before procedure

  • Do not use any retinol or acids on the skin 1 week prior to your procedure

  • Do not wax or tint brown 3 days prior to procedure

  • You will be more pain sensitive during your menstrual cycle

  • No alcohol 24 hours prior to procedure

  • Do not wear contact lenses to procedure

Contraindications:

  • Pregnancy

  • Smoking will slow the healing process resulting in a longer time frame of healing

  • Fever blisters, cold sores, cracked skin

  • Tanning beds and excess sun exposure will fade pigment at a more rapid rate

After-Care

  • It is very important to the appearance and longevity to follow the post-care.

  • All products must HEAL, PEEL, and FADE.

  • Avoid water, makeup, excessive sweating, touching area, saunas, pools, dusty arears, excessive alcohol use, sleeping on your face, and sunbathing.

  • DO NOT PEEL your scabs (this can cause scarring)

  • Do not apply anything besides Aquaphor Healing Ointment (this includes Vaseline, antibiotic creams, Neosporin, lotions, cleansers etc.)

  • The first four weeks after the procedure, it is best not to use creams that contain acids, retinol or other ingredients that would lighten or exfoliate the skin.​
     

Touch-up Procedure:

  • Eyebrows are recommended six weeks after procedure to allow time for healing.

  • Eyeliner is recommended eight weeks after procedure to allow time for healing.

  • Lip Blushing is recommended eight weeks after procedure to allow time for healing.​

**Advise your service provider of medical conditions including but not limited to: diabetes, heart conditions, pregnancy, autoimmune disorders, allergies, tobacco use, Botox injections, filler, hyper-pigmentation, being prone to keloidal scars, seizure related conditions, daily aspirin use, etc.

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