Microblading for $340 (Reg. $400)
*Only on initial treatment. Valid until May 2021 only. Add to cart and discount will apply.
Cosmetic treatments require a free consultation prior to treatment.
Permanent Cosmetic Makeup is a subtle yet effective way to enhance your natural features. Permanent makeup can be a great option for men and women who:
- want to enhance their natural features.
- have busy schedules with little or no time to apply makeup.
- are active in sports.
- have naturally thin or light eyebrows.
- have uneven, pale or small lips.
- are undergoing chemotherapy.
- have physical disabilities.
Microblading, also known as eyebrow embroidery, is a permanent makeup procedure where a microblading pen is used to draw small, hair-like strokes of pigment on the eyebrow. The result is fuller, lusher brows that have been customized to the shape you always wanted!
Many women are dissatisfied with their eyebrows. Some feel theirs lack shape, have gaps, or are over plucked. Others want arched brows or the bold and straight look. Whatever the preference, brow gels, pencils, and even permanent makeup were the traditional methods of achieving the desired look. But now there’s a natural
option that delivers semi-permanent results and patients are loving the look!
Is Permanent Makeup safe?
It is very safe as it uses only vegetable dye which is natural and organic. All instruments that enter the skin or come in contact with body fluids are sealed and sterilized before use and disposed of after use. Cross contamination guidelines are strictly adhered to.
Is it painful?
We’re sure the first thing everyone wants to know is whether this hurts and if so, how painful Is it? Pain ranges from zero to very slight uncomfortable feeling. Anesthetics work better on some people than others. The overall sensation is like your eyebrows are being brushed but this may vary according to an individual’s pain threshold. Most customers we encounter usually fall asleep as they feel nothing during the process. Pigment retention depends on skin type, age, aftercare, sun exposure, use of certain skin products, immune system, medications and other factors. Touch ups are recommended once a year to prevent natural fading. The entire process takes approximately 60 - 90 minutes and there is no down time. A touch up may be required 1-3 months after initial procedure. Before Care Instructions Do not work out the day of the procedure as the body heat expands the pores. It is important not to have sunburn prior to the procedure. This includes tanning beds. Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil or Ibuprofen 24 hours before the procedure. Tylenol is fine. Please Do Not use acne medications or retinol cream 3 days prior to the procedure. No alcohol on the day of the procedure. Please do not book an appointment before any major events, like a vacation, social event, wedding, etc. Please note that you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle. Please do not wear any perfume to your appointment and leave your cell phones turned off. No one under the age of 18 is allowed into the procedure room so please leave your children at home. Please only bring one adult to accompany you to your procedure.
Eyebrows: Please have your eyebrows waxed or threaded to remove all unwanted hair. All tweezing, waxing, or threading of eyebrows should be done 24 - 72 hours prior to the procedure. Please come in with your eyebrows drawn/penciled in if this is what you do on a daily basis or with your desired eyebrow shape. Eyebrow Permanent Cosmetics does not require your entire eyebrow to be shaved off and does not damage your natural hair follicles.
Eyeliner: Please Do Not wear any makeup on your eyes on the day of the procedure and bring eye glasses if you wear contact lenses to the appointment. You must wear eye glasses for 3 days post eyeliner procedures. Then you can wear your contact lenses and it must be clean or a new pair. All lash perms and lashing tinting can be done up to 72 hours pre procedure and 30 days post procedure. Do not use any eyelash serums (Latisse) 2 weeks before the procedure. If you wear fake eye lashes you cannot wear them pre, during, or post procedure. Please only use new tube of mascara after your eyeliner has healed.
Lips: If a client has ever had (even if years ago) a fever blister, cold sore, shingles or chicken pox, it is recommended you obtain a prescribed antiviral medication (Valtrex) from your doctor. Fever blisters are very common as a side effect of permanent lip cosmetics. Please avoid any depilatory or bleaching agents on your lips pre and post lip permanent cosmetics. Long Term Care Use a good sunscreen on your eyebrows, lips, or scalp if you plan to be in the sun for prolonged periods of time. Sun exposure will fade your permanent cosmetics. Long Term Care of the Scalp: Please use sulfate fee shampoo and conditioner at all times. Please use sunscreen daily. If you are planning a chemical peel, laser procedure, or any harsh procedures on your face, please inform the technician of your permanent cosmetics or scalp treatment. The use of Retin-A/Tretinoin, Glycolic Acid, Hydroxy Acid, Fruit Acid, or any other rapid skin exfoliation products used regularly on the forehead area will cause the permanent makeup to the eyebrow area to fade prematurely. The use of chemical peels and acid peels regularly on the forehead region can also cause eyebrows to fade prematurely. Failure to follow after care instructions may cause loss of pigment, discoloration, or infection. WARNING: Salt Water, Chlorine, exfoliation creams, and exposure to the sun will cause colors to fade.
|Treatment Type||Eye Treatment, Microblading, Permanent Makeup|
|Treatment Problem or Condition||Pale or Thin Lips, Thin or Light Eyebrows|
|Skin Type||All Skin Types|
Permanent makeup is NOT recommended for clients who:
- Are pregnant or nursing.
- Are undergoing Chemotherapy (consult your doctor.)
- Have a Pacemaker or major heart problems.
- Had an Organ transplant.
- Have skin irritations or psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
- May be experiencing symptoms of the common cold or flu.