Permanent Makeup and Microblade Brows

Permanent Cosmetics, Micropigmentation, Permanent Makeup, Dermapigmentation, Cosmetic Tattooing, Microblading… No matter how you say it, it’s Being Naturally Beautiful All Day, Every Day!

Permanent Eyebrow ProgressAlthough this field has been around for a long time; it is only gaining popularity in recent years. You must choose your Permanent Makeup technician carefully. Do not make your decision based on price. What is most important is the reputation, experience, skill, knowledge, credentials and training of the permanent makeup artist. Photos should always be available to see the technicians work.

You should feel very comfortable and have all your questions answered during your consultation in order for you to make your decision an educated one.

The pigments used for micro-pigmentation are high quality inorganic and organic colorants. While they have a historically long safety record and allergic reactions are very rare, there is not a reliable test that a technician can give to determine the occurrence of an allergic reaction. The history of tattooing has shown the great majority of tattoos and permanent makeup to be safe and free of adverse effects.

The first step is a scheduled consultation to obtain a current health history and to obtain pre-treatment advice and procedure information. A follow-up procedure is recommended within 6 weeks. The end result depends on the client’s commitment to following post care instructions, the body’s ability to heal, and the skill of the technician.

Your permanent make-up procedure is a decision you should be comfortable with. Please reserve the requested amount of time and follow the pre-treatment advice and procedures to assure your experience will be a positive one.

Permanent Eyeliner

The eyeliner brings a subtle look that will accentuate the shape of the eyes, give the appearance of thicker eyelashes. Thick eyeliner will take more than one session.

Permanent Lipstick

The lip liner and full lip color procedure will enhance the natural beauty of the lips by enhancing the lip size, definition, shape and color. There are many colors to choose from ranging from natural tints to vibrant color. The pigments used are natural and made in an FDA approved laboratory . No more bleeding lipstick!

Microbladed Brows / Permanent Eyebrows

Eyebrows are a must for those who have little or none. This procedure fills in the brow, reshapes or creates brows where there are none. No more worrying about swimming or sports on warm days and the washing or sweating away of your brows.

Permanent Make-up Pre-Treatment Advise and Considerations


  • Bring your normal make-up to your appointment. Bring your favorite colored eyebrow pencil and your lipstick and lip pencil of choice.
  • Allergy testing is recommended for red pigments one week before the planned procedure. Persons with very sensitive skin and who have a history of allergic reactions should undergo a allergy test prior to a procedure.
  • Do not use aspirin or ibuprofen for 7 days prior to the procedure. No alcohol 24 hours before your appointment. NO caffeine in the same 24 hour period. If at all possible, try to schedule the appointment before and after your menstrual cycle.


  • If you are using Latisse or an eyelash enhancing conditioner of any sort, you must be off of it for a minimum of 3 weeks as it will cause additional swelling and possible bruising.
  • Eyelashes that are usually dyed should not be done within 48 hours before and 7 days after the procedure.
  • Contact lens wearers should not wear lenses during the procedure or until the next day after it is done.
  • Eyeliner procedures can cause your eyes to water or swell slightly. It is recommended that you have someone available to drive you home if it is necessary as a safety precaution.


  • Please wax or tweeze at least 24 hours before the procedure any unwanted hair on the brows . Do not do electrolysis within 5 days of the procedure.
  • Eyebrows that are usually dyed should not be done within 48 hours before and 7 days after the procedure.
  • Contact lens wearers should not wear lenses during the procedure or until the next day after it is done.


  • If you are having a lip procedure done and have had a history of fever blisters or breakouts of cold sores or mouth ulcers, the procedure is likely to stimulate the problem. You can minimize or prevent an outbreak by obtaining prescription medication for up to 10 days prior and 10 days after the procedure.
  • Delicate skin areas may swell slightly or become red. It is advised not to make social plans for a the same or next day. Lip procedures may appear slightly swollen and crusty for up to 7 days.

I look forward to making this experience a good one and enhancing your natural beauty with intradermal permanent cosmetics.