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Learn more about (PMU)

Permanent Makeup

Permanent makeup, which is also known as micropigmentation and cosmetic tattooing, is an artistic cosmetic technique involving needle(s) or a blade that places a superficial layer of semi-permanent pigment to the skin resembling makeup. 

Is it a tattoo?  No, tattoos enter the deeper layer of the dermis and uses ink which is formulated different than pigment with larger molecules which will most likely never leave the skin.

Currently offering the following PMU services that can enhance facial features color and shape.

Microblading

What is Microblading? 

Microblading is a form of permanent makeup for brows.  Semi-permanent pigment is implanted into the skin creating hair-like strokes for fuller looking brows. 

Will fade dramatically within 18 months depending on your lifestyle and any medical issues you may have. 

Who is it good for? 

This is ideal for clients with normal or dry skin and thicker brows.  

Usually 4-5 touchups can be performed on the brows before switching over to Powder Brows to prevent scarring and correcting blurred lines. 

What else should I know? 

Entire treatment will roughly take 3 hours.  An 8-week final touch up appointment will need to be scheduled after 1st session.  Yearly color boost touch ups are needed to maintain shape and color. 

Permanent Eyebrows Makeup
Eyebrow Treatment

Powder Brows

What are Powder Brows? 

Powder brows, also known as Ombre brows,  are done with a shading technique giving the brows a beautiful background of color.

Results last 3-5 years depending on your lifestyle and any medical issues you may have. 

Who is it good for? 

This is a great option for any brow regardless of age or dry/oily skin.  Blends any unevenness and can help cover up those sparse brows.  The best part is that you have the option for  variety of different looks! 

What else should I know? 

Entire treatment will roughly take 3 hours.  An  8-week final touch up appointment will need to be scheduled after 1st session.  Yearly color boost touch ups are needed to maintain shape and color. 

Lip Blushing

What is Lip Blushing? 

Define, add color and volume to those lips that was lost over the years. Lip blushing does just that by adding pigment throughout and along the edge of your lips giving them that fuller, revived look.  Cant forget to add that you can pick your favorite lip color!

Results last up to 2-3 years depending on your lifestyle and any medical issues you may have. 

Who is it good for? 

This is ideal for clients with and shade of pink or pale lips.  Clients who want that pop of color or if your cupids bow has lost your shape or outline, this treatment is definitely for you!  

What else should I know? 

Entire treatment will roughly take 3-5 hrs. An 8-week final touch up appointment will need to be scheduled after 1st session.  Yearly color boost touch ups are needed to maintain shape and color. Can be done on lips that have had lip injections but must have had them done minimum of 4-weeks before procedure. 

NOTE: If you have ever had a single cold sore I urge you to plan on getting on a medication like Valtrex at least 1 day before treatment.  If cold sores are not treated they will spread throughout your lips during this treatment, OUCH!

Permanent Lip Makeup
Long Lashes

Lash Enhancement

What's a Lash Enhancement?

A Lash Enhancement is a form of eyeliner that is tattooed at the base of your lashes and not at the top like your basic eyeliner would be.   This will give you the illusion of a fuller, darker, thicker lashes.  Results are permanent but fading may occur  depending on your lifestyle and any medical issues you may have. 

Who is it good for? 

This is a great option if you are wanting thicker, darker, healthier looking lashes. 

So if you have sparse lashes or light lashes.  

What else should I know? 

Entire treatment will roughly take 3 hours.  An  8-week final touch up appointment will need to be scheduled after 1st session.  Yearly color boost touch ups are needed to maintain shape and color. 

Who is NOT a good candidate for Permanent Makeup?

  • Pregnant or nursing

  • Currently sick with a cold or flu

  • Epilepsy

  • A pacemaker or major heart problems

  • had an organ transplant

  • Tendency toward keloid scarring

  • Skin irritation, psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, rash, sunburn, acne in or around the eyebrow area for brow treatments

  • Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)

  • Used Accutane the the past 1-year

  • Have had any Thyroid  (Hyper/Hypo) related conditions that require any medications (ice. Synthroid) Medication will cause pigment to not retain properly

  • Seborrheic Dermatitis

  • Sever Rosacea

  • Super thin / Vascular skin

  • Diabetic Type 1 & 2 (prone to slow healing, more bleeding and higher risk of infection)

  • Have upcoming vacation or special occasion planned (especially to the beach or sunny / humid areas)

  • Allergic to anesthetic (Lidocaine, etc.)

  • Had Botox in the past 3-weeks

  • Had a chemical peel in the past 60 days

  • For lips blushing- no lip injections in the past 4-weeks

  • Can NOT be under the influence of drugs or alcohol

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