Permanent makeup is not what it use to be!

Most women haven’t considered doing permanent makeup because of the  fear your eyebrows won’t look natural.   But now Due to the latest technology  in permanent makeup, you can now have the perfect eyebrows you have always wanted.

Who is permanent makeup for?

If you are ready to look your best from the moment you wake up in the morning to the time you rest your head, then it’s for you. If you’re a busy mom or career woman and don’t have the time to fill in your eyebrows every morning, it’s the perfect solution for you.  If you dislike wearing makeup and would rather keep it natural but still have perfect eyebrows then it’s definitely for you.  It is also perfect for people who are very active, who do a lot of sports or go to the gym on a daily because you don’t have to worry about your makeup getting smeared.

Eyebrow Care (Before)

It is important that you follow the necessary instructions  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 or have a sunburned face.

Do not get a wax or tint 3 days before.

Do keep in mind that if you are scheduled during your menstrual cycle you will be more sensitive.

Eyebrow Care (After)

Please follow the aftercare procedures outlined below to ensure the best results

Absolutely no cleansers, creams, makeup or any other products on treated area for 2 weeks.

No water the first 2 days .

Keep the area clean and sterile.

Don’t scratch, rub or pick at the area, let it heal on its own.  Scabbing or dry skin are normal and a part of the process so let it heal naturally.

How long does the healing process take?

It is completely normal to experience some tenderness and swelling immediately following the procedure and for a few days after.  The pigment will appear darker and more vibrant than how it will actually look when it is healed.  Healing durations vary with each person but generally take between 5 to 8 days.  Other than the slight sensitivity to the treated area, healing is normally painless.