What Is Permanent Makeup?
Simply put, it is cosmetic tattooing.
Who Is A Good Candidate For Permanent Makeup?
The benefits appeal to a wide variety of people, mainly women, but to a few men, also. Permanent makeup is for anybody who buys makeup or who doesn’t like the time and effort required to apply, re-apply, and
remove it every day at multiple points in the day. Why not wake up as beautiful as you looked the evening before?
Is It Painful?
Most people say having the procedure done felt like a scratching or tickling sensation. Everyone’s pain level is different. On the scale of 1-10, you will usually be somewhere between 0-3. Rarely is anything stronger than a Tylenol necessary for discomfort and you won’t have to miss or take time off for recovery.
How Long Does It Last?
It lasts a long time 2-5 years. It is not forever. Gradual fading can be expected for all micro-pigmentation procedures. Touch ups are recommended. I sincerely hope that you are one of the very few lucky individuals who get perfect results with only one application of your permanent makeup. However, that is the exception rather than the rule. You will most likely need at least two or three applications for a finished look. I promise to provide 100% pigment saturation with each application, but the amount you retain is unpredictable.
How Long Is The Procedure?
The initial procedure will generally take approximately from 1, 1/2 to 2, 1/2 hours. Follow up procedures usually, do not take as much time as the initial procedure.
Is It Safe?
Yes, it is very safe if following all of OSHAS Regulations on Sanitation. There are no known allergic reactions to pigments. Please be assured that your health and safety are most important to us. Sanitary surroundings, sterile equipment, disposable needles and quality products are a must at our work.
Is A Consultation Necessary?
Yes. The consultation ensures that you are fully educated as to what the procedure involves and that we know exactly what you the consumer expects. Pictures are used to explain some procedures and you will be asked a series of questions about your medical history and expectations to insure a successful outcome.
Pre and post procedure concerns are also discussed so that you have all the information necessary to make an educated decision. $50 non-refundable fee will go towards your payment for every consultations.
GUIDELINES FOR ALL PROCEDURES
- No sun or tanning prior to or after the procedure.
- Avoid direct shower water on treated area until healed.
- Do not take aspirin, niacin, vitamin E, or ibuprofen (unless medically needed) 7 days prior to procedure.
- Avoid alcohol and caffeine prior to procedure.
- Please wear your normal make-up to the procedure.
- Getting a procedure while on your period can make you hyper sensitive.
- Avoid extreme exercise prior to or directly after a procedure.
- Avoid swimming or hot tubs until treated area is healed (Approx.7 days).
- Please allow time for the procedure to heal before going on vacation or attending any special events.
- Use only the ointment that is recommended for after care.
- Wash hands thoroughly with antibacterial soap before touching the treated area.
REMEMBER: Swelling is normal for all procedures. Apply an ice pack for 10 minutes or less. Dry skin, itching, and tenderness on treated areas are normal. These symptoms will stop and vary on an individual basis. If you decide to selfmedicate before any procedure (such as taking Benadryl, a relaxant, etc.) you must have a ride home, as this may impair your ability to drive.
AFTER CARE INFORMATION FOR LIP PROCEDURES
DO NOT PICK OR SCRATCH THE TREATED AREA! This can cause complications, such as scarring, hyper- pigmentation or infection.
If you have ever had a fever blister or cold sore, you will almost certainly break out with fever blisters on your lips after any lip procedure. To help prevent this from occurring, it is absolutely essential that you obtain a prescription for an anti-viral medication and take as prescribed for at least one week prior to the procedure. As an alternative to this prescription, you may obtain the amino acid L-Lysine from the drug store and take as directed for at least one week prior to the procedure. Failure to follow this recommendation may result in a breakout of fever blisters. .
Permanent Cosmetics and Microblading is NOT recommended for the following people:
- Pregnant or nursing
- Viral Infections and/or diseases
- A pacemaker or major heart problems
- Had a Organ transplant
- Tendency towards Keloids
- Seborrheic dermatitis
- Skin irritations or pshoriasis near the treated are (sunburn, rashes, acne etc.)
- Sick with a cold or flu
- Had Botox in the past 2 weeks
- Used Acutane in the past year
- Allergic to anesthetic (Lidocaine)
- Extreme Oily skin
- If you have a special occasion planned within 3 months
We always recommend you speaking to your doctor before any procedure.
Eyebrow Microblading/Shading – $399 & up
Permanent Lip Liner/Lips – $550 & up
Dramatic Eyeliner upper eyelid – $550
Dramatic Eyeliner upper& lower eyelid – $600
Classic Eyeliner upper eyelid – $450
Classic Eyeliner Upper & Lower eyelid – $550
Vegas Eyelash Extensions – $160 & up
Elegant Eyelash Extensions – $140 & up