Does permanent makeup look natural?

Alicia has been doing makeup for almost 5 years, so she is not only a professional, she is also an artist. Her experience, steady hand, and passion for beauty translate over to permanent makeup. She prides herself on providing the most natural procedures in the business. There are many great technicians out there, but Alicia’s distinct style, obsession […]

What type of permanent makeup procedures are there?

The possibilities with permanent makeup are endless; however, we focus on eyebrows, eyeliner, and lips. EYEBROW CARE (BEFORE) To maximize the procedure, it is important that you follow the procedures listed below prior to your scheduled visit. Do not take aspirin, ibuprofen, niacin or vitamin E 24 hours before your procedure. Do not go tanning in or outdoors […]

Who should not get permanent makeup?

Some people are not good candidates for permanent makeup. Here’s a list of circumstances in which permanent makeup is not recommended. If you’ve had Botox in the past 2 months If you are sick with the cold, flu, etc. If you are diabetic If you are pregnant or nursing If you have epilepsy If you have […]

What is the Recovery/Healing Time?

Healing time varies from person to person. With proper topical anesthetics and numbing, swelling will be very minimal, and typically there is no bleeding involved with my procedures. I provide each of my clients with A & D ointment for the after-care and written instructions. The treated area will begin to soften/lighten up within 3-30 days, and it […]

Is It Really Permanent?

Yes and no. I only use the finest permanent makeup products/pigments and they will soften/fade in color over time…typically 1 to 10 years. It is recommended to get color boosts to freshen up the permanent makeup to maintain its natural look annually.

What is Permanent Makeup?

Permanent makeup is the process by which sterile, hypoallergenic cosmetic pigments are placed into the dermal layer of the skin using single-use, disposable, sterile needles. The areas to be treated are numbed using approved topical anesthetics to make your experience a comfortable and pleasant one.