|Full Lip & Liner||$495|
|Lip Liner Blended||$395|
|Upper Eye Liner||$275|
|Lower Eye Liner||$250|
|Upper & Lower Eyeliner||$420|
|Camouflage Correction||$95 and up each|
PERMANENT MAKE-UP (Also known as Intradermal Pigmentation, micropigmentation, and cosmetic tattooing)
Permanent make-up is a revolutionary method of applying micro insertions for natural pigments into dermal layer of the skin. This technique is medically proven and specifically designed to be completely safe. It is used for a variety of permanent cosmetic enhancements such as permanent eyebrows, eye liner and lip liner/color. Other procedures include vitiligo, stretchmark, and scar camouflage, areola restoration, hairline enhancement and more.
WHAT TO EXPECT BEFORE, DURING & AFTER A PERMANENT MAKEUP PROCEDURE
Who benefits from Permanent Make-Up?
- Men as well as women
- Busy people with little time to apply make-up.
- People with allergies to conventional makeup.
- Anyone who desires freedom and convenience from daily makeup application.
- Those who are physically incapable of applying make-up.
- Athletic people and those with oily skin who tend to shed makeup easily.
- Burn survivors and people with flaws in their skin.
- Men and women who seek correction of asymmetrical facial features.
- Entertainers, actresses and models – such as Elizabeth Taylor, Dolly Parton, Raquel Welch, Cher and others.
- Men and women who wish to look their best all the time.
PERMANENT MAKEUP PRE-PROCEDURE CARE
- Avoid caffeine prior to procedure. Caffeine is a stimulant.
- Getting a procedure during your period can make you hyper-sensitive.
- Zovarix (a prescription drug) or L-Lysine (over the counter) is recommended if you have a history of cold sores. Start one week prior to lip procedure.
- Check with your physician prior to procedure if you have severe diabetes, hepatitis, or heart problem.
PERMANENT MAKEUP POST-PROCEDURE CARE
- Antiseptic color sealant needs to be applied to the treated area a minimum of ten (10 ) times a day for five (5) days.
- Once or twice a day, cleanse the area with a wet clean cotton pad (water only) and gently wipe area, then reapply sealant. Do not scrub with a wash cloth as this can cause color loss and/or infection.]
- Do not swim, soak in hot tubs or bathtubs for 7-10 days after procedure. This will lower risk of infection.
- Do not use any make-up in or around the treated area for at least 7 days after procedure. This will lower risk of infection.
- Do not pick, scratch or touch the treated area, this will cause loss or color or infection.
- Do not use on or close to tattoed area: Exfoliators (scrubs), Anti-aging/AHA products (Glycolic, Lactic, Salicylic, Retinol, Fruit acids, clay products, etc.) ALWAYS USE SUNSCREENS DAILY and/or hat/visors when in prolonged sun exposure. This will help prevent premature fading.
- Follow any additional directions from your technician.
PRE/POST CARE AND SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES WILL VARY FROM TECH TO TECH. THIS IS MEANT TO BE A GENERAL GUIDELINE.
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN PERMANENT MAKEUP RECOVERY?
There will be slight swelling and redness in the skin, which will subside quickly. Tenderness is expected, but slight bruising and irritation may sometimes occur. The area treated will appear much darker and more defined than the final result after healing. It will look much softer 5-6 days depending how fast your skin heals. Complete healing takes one to six weeks while the pigmentation matures and reaches its final color. You may resume normal activities immediately after the procedure.
EYEBROWS will be tender for 1-2 days, appear dark for 5-6 days, then dramatically soften up to 50%. Fresh powder may be used to soften during the healing process.
EYELINER – Expect eye to be tender for 1-2 days. You may do the following if the area is swollen after the procedure. A) Wet a Lipton tea bag in cold water and apply for at least 10 minutes. B) Apply an ice pack.
LIP COLOR – This area will take longer to heal. The color will be extremely bright for 7-8 days then fade to no color and reappear after 3-6 weeks.