Permanent Makeup

What is Permanent Makeup?

Permanent makeup, also referred to as micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, involves the use of a pen containing iron oxide that penetrates the dermal layer of skin to mimic the look of makeup. Despite its name, permanent makeup does not last forever. Instead, clients can expect their precision-lined eyes or blushed pout to last an average of one to three years.

Permanent makeup is similar to a tattoo in that it does not wash off and makes it appear as if you are always wearing makeup. During the procedure, the technician applies pigment using a hollow needle that releases color into the top layer of skin. It can take approximately three weeks for the tattoo” to fade to your chosen color.

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Top Benefits of Getting Permanent Makeup

Applying traditional makeup can be a costly and time-consuming process. Permanent makeup eliminates the costs of buying makeup and the time spent applying it on a daily basis. Unlike regular makeup, permanent makeup is smudge-proof, ensuring that you wake up beautiful every day. Permanent makeup can also be useful for concealing flaws, such as scars or blemishes.

What Else to Know About Permanent Makeup

One of the biggest concerns associated with permanent makeup is pain. However, most clients find that the application is completely manageable. Topical anesthetics can be used to help diminish any discomfort. With proper disinfection and sterilization techniques, permanent makeup is also completely safe.

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How It works?

01 Consultation


We believe consultation is the most important step of the procedure. During the consultation, we will explain the permanent makeup process and answer any questions.

02 Pre Drawing Eyebrows

Pre Drawing Eyebrows

Artist uses a dark brown pencil first to ensure that the shape can be adjusted if needed. This won’t be representative of the final look, since the color won’t be right, and also the pencil gives solid look.

03 Permanent Makeup Touch

Permanent Makeup Touch

All permanent makeup and microblading is a multisession process, meaning, touch-ups are necessary. Please remember contact us after 4-8 weeks post-procedure to schedule your Touch Up Session.