This procedure is a cosmetic tattoo. You can save countless hours and money as your makeup would already be applied! Imagine all the time you've spent applying eyeliner and struggling to draw eyebrows! You'll never have cosmetics rub off, smear, smudge, and disappear again. This procedure requires skill, experience, and cooperation which we provide to all of our customers. You are the most important!
Micropigmentation: Permanent makeup is the science of implanting color into your skin. We put the right color in the right place so you can look better naturally. Specialized instruments allow our professionals to place color into the layer of skin know as the dermis. The outermost layer of skin, the epidermis, is always shedding and renewing itself. You always look at the color through thin skin. When a procedure is completed, the color will appear darker than the final result. The color on the top layer of skin will flake off during the healing process.
Preparation: Please do not wax, tan, or laser for at least a week before the procedure. Pain medication like Advil or Ibuprofen is not permitted 2 weeks prior to procedure. Do not wear contacts during the procedure. Topical anesthetics are applied during the areas before and during the procedure to provide a comfortable experience. You will feel a "tingling" sensation.
After: The area should be healed within 7-10 days but varies per person. It's normal to scab, swell, or experience redness because the skin is in the process of healing. Different people experience different levels of discomfort, and we will answer any questions you have. Tylenol can be taken if needed after the procedure. Touch ups are recommended as needed once the makeup is healed. Natural and more delicate colors are more sensitive to the sun, swimming, and breakdown by the body's natural response.
This procedure creates a natural, lifelike brow. Tiny pigmented dots are inserted into your skin to build up a natural makeup eyebrow look or fill in sparse areas. Powder look eyebrow for oily skin, mature skin and for those wanting soft makeup look. The ideal candidates for powder book eyebrow those who have hair but fill within makeup. Everyone is a potential candidate for powder look eyebrows.
For this eyebrow look, a special microblading pen is used to draw individual strokes one by one in to the epidermal layer. Microblading is used for filling in missing eyebrow hair with the appearance of fine pigment. The micorblading look works great for clients who want to fill in gaps in the brow line or create brows where has been lost. The needles come in a variety of diameters to personalize the thickness of hair which makes the process look very natural. This process takes about one and half hours and the results can last 6 months to a year. Women who have oily skin or large pores won't love the outcome since it can disappear the easiest in their case.
This process is great for people with sensitive skin and is also extremely popular with our customers. By combining microblading and shading, a stunning eyebrow is created. Super fine lines are tattooed throughout each brow to resemble natural hairs with a heavier definition. Shading can cover scars while microblading creates a stronger and thicker eyebrow. This technique is proceeded with digital machine, and is used to create a fuller look or fill sparse areas. This lasts about 1-2 years depending on your skin type. Our customers with sensitive skin love this procedure and always come back!
Using micropigmentation, this process requires a tiny needle where the color pigment is applied on the top of the eyelids and will last about 2-3 years. You will have top eyeliner without all the smudges and touch ups. Most of people want black color but other colors are available such as dark brown, purple, navy, green, white and turquoise.
Permanent lip pigment allows your lips to look fuller and more defined. Customers usually pick their favorite lipstick color or a lighter shade so lip gloss can be applied on top. Lip color and liner can be matched together! In order to prevent clients who are susceptible to cold sores & blisters on their lips (a form of herpes), it is advisable to prescribe an antiviral medication from the attending physician and take it the day before the procedure. Lips may undergo follow up retoch up to 2 times, but once they are epiphytic, they are maintained for 2-3 years.