What is Permanent Makeup?


A form of tattooing (also known as Micropigmentation). Some choose permanent makeup as a time saver or because they have physical difficulty applying regular, temporary makeup. For others, tattooing is an adjunct to reconstructive surgery, particularly of the face or breast, to simulate natural pigmentation. But mostly if you have faint eyebrows, no eyebrows, or partial eyebrows, or people who have lost their eyebrows due to (a form of hair loss) may choose to have "eyebrows" tattooed on. A lip tattoo can reduce "lipstick bleed," and give definition to the lip line. With a colored lip tattoo, lip scars seem to disappear, plus you can kiss lipstick good-bye. After an eyeliner tattoo, you can put away your eye pencils for several years.  while people with Vitiligo (a lack of pigmentation in areas of the skin) may try tattooing to help camouflage the condition. As well 

What is Traditional Eyebrow Tattoo vs Microblading?

Traditional eyebrow tattooing is done using iron oxide-based pigments that get implanted superficially in the skin with a machine (the Neavoue Contour to be exact & is acclaimed to be the world's leading Permanent Makeup machine), which makes it more permanent and last longer. These pigments are thicker and are said to give a softer, more powdery finish that looks more like actual makeup verses methods like microblading, which uses a "blade" made up of small needles which an artist uses to hand-apply color, and you get a "tattoo" that sits closer to the surface of the skin, making it fade out more naturally, and much faster than classic tattoos (usually within one to three years). This means more touch-ups, but also a less permanent commitment. Although healing time & Aftercare is much more lengthy & intense while the Traditional method is just as precise by creating "Hair like" strokes but not limited 

Why choose Permanent Makeup?


We've all had that morning—you wake up 30 minutes late, you need to rush out the door, and you know your makeup is going to add a precious 10 minutes to your routine. At times like this, you might ask yourself: "Wouldn't it be great to not have to worry about my makeup every day?"

Permanent makeup can alleviate the hassle of doing your makeup However, it is a serious cosmetic procedure and it's important to weigh the risks along with the benefits. If done in a sanitary environment & if the needles are brand new sealed, with an experienced specialist the procedure should be problem free.


The most obvious benefit to permanent makeup is waking up every day with your "face on." You can swim, exercise, shower and wake up still looking put together and ready to go. It can be ideal for the woman who is constantly on the go. Permanent makeup may be for you if:

  • You've lost hair due to chemotherapy, accidents, burns, or cosmetic surgery.
  • You have a difficult time applying makeup due to age or conditions, such as arthritis.
  • You have allergies to traditional makeup or have sensitive skin.

  • If surgery or scarring has left you with uneven coloring or loss of pigment (color) in some areas

What Should I Expect After the Procedure?


Each procedure takes between 2- 4 hours with the use of topical anesthetic ointments and creams designed specifically for permanent cosmetics, to make sure the procedure is as comfortable as possible. You should expect swelling in the treated region, but your specialist will send you home with "The Do's & Dont's" instructing on how often to ice the area and the types of ointments needed to use on the area for best possible healing.

If you are having the procedure performed in your eye region, you should plan to have someone drive you to the office and home again. 

The pigmentation typically will appear darker in the weeks following the procedure, but will fade over time.

Follow your specialist's instructions on what to avoid (such as peroxide) or sunlight. Either of these can damage your new look.

After Procedure see a Doctor if :

  • You experience excessive swelling
  • You develop a fever or rash
  • The area feels excessively hot or burns

Does Insurance Cover It?

No. This is an elective, cosmetic procedure that you will have to pay for on your own.

Why choose Permanent Eyeliner?


Permanent Eyeliner enhances the energy of your eyes, with a high-contrast liner, makes the whites of the eyes appear more bright and clear. Also, complimentary colors draw attention to the irises.

Eyeliner can be as simple as a lash enhancement, a smokey eye thicker top w/ bottom line, a cat-eye slightly winged line or include mucosal color. The appearance can be solid, smudgy, or a combination of the 2, blended or even colored. And the best part, Permanent Makeup will not smudge or smear & is waterproof!

When women get older, we lose the youthful spark in our eyes.  Eyeliner can bring the focus back and revitalize!  Sometimes you need an expert’s suggestions of how to create an exceptional, sophisticated you. 

How Long Will the Results Last?

Permanent makeup lasts between 3 to 5 years approximately. This varies among people, skin type ( if too oily), tattooed area and is dependent on the specific shade used.  

Permanent eyebrows last about 2-3 years mainly meaning that the color may not to be the same but just needs to be refreshed.  Sometimes brows may appear more “ash” or “cool” in tone after 2-3 years while the touchup is to simply add more “warmth” to the color, refreshing it back to where you want it to be. Protecting your permanent makeup color with daily sunscreen can lengthen the amount of “true to color”  appearance your pigment will preserve over time.  Darker colors for permanent eyeliner can last up to 10 years! However, but touching up eyeliner within 5-7 years is typical as the color may be a bit lighter than desired around that time and reapplying is always recommended. Lastly, permanent lip color can also vary between 2-5 years depending on the individual...