Permanent Cosmetics

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Are an investment in your appearance. 

 Also called permanent makeup, cosmetic tattooing and Micropigmentation. 

Refers to the process of tattooing pigment into the second (dermal) layer of skin. 

Tattooing is a permanent process, hence the term permanent cosmetics.

 

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Frame the face and provide definition of facial features. Sparse or barely visible eyebrows can be restored or enhanced with permanent cosmetics. Techniques vary from a softly powdered appearance to a more definitive color or even individual hair strokes.   Prices starting at $350

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Permanent cosmetics can be applied for definition of the eyes that will remain unaffected by tears or allergies. A soft natural look can be achieved by lash enhancement or a more defined eyeliner look can be obtained with medium or thicker pigment placement.   Prices starting at $300

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The answer for lip definition, shape enhancement and color that always stays in place. Choose lip liner, lip shading for a fuller lip appearance or fully colored lips to replace pale lips. The beauty of permanent lip tattooing is that it becomes your new natural coloring. Lipsticks can still be applied and when the lipstick is gone the permanent cosmetic lip color will still be perfectly in place.   Prices starting at $575

Questions & Answers

What Are Permanent Cosmetics?

Also called permanent makeup, cosmetic tattooing and Micropigmentation.  Refers to the process of tattooing pigment into the second (dermal) layer of skin. Tattooing is a permanent process, hence the term permanent cosmetics.


Why Consider Permanent Cosmetics?

Many reasons, but most important, it restores color and definition to absent or sparse eyebrows, softly defines or dramatically accents eyes and enhances color and shape of lips. Permanent Cosmetics help achieve a finished appearance for timeless and effortless beauty.


 Is The Procedures Safe?

Permanent Cosmetics have been safely used for years. Single use and sterile products are used for each procedure and then properly discarded.  Professionals belonging to the Society of Permanent Cosmetics Professionals must adhere to strict practices in the prevention of cross-contamination.


 Is It Really Permanent? 

Permanent Cosmetics is cosmetic tattooing. Like all tattoos, it is permanent; however, also like all tattoos, it will soften and fade with time.  Longevity can be affected by sun exposure, skin products and the natural aging process. Periodic color touchup appointments can keep the color looking fresh and timeless.

 

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