Permanent Make Up Services (save)

1) Microblading Phibrows

Tint Eyebows

Design and Tint eyebrows  $40
Get design and tint eyebrows include  10 minutes body massage

Consultation free

Hairstroke Eyebrows (MICROBLADING )3 hours – $499

Delicate Hairstrokes are created using several different colors for a Beautiful Brow … We do Microblading, Feathering, Powdering, Embroidery, and 3D Brows. You will love the way you look!
Permanent Eyeliner (top and bottom 2,5 hours – $499
permanent eyeliner top or bottom only 1,5 hour – $300.
Your eyes are the Windows to your Soul – Eyeliner is your Window Dressing. From a subtle eyelash enhancement – just deepening the lash line, to a full liner, your eyes will always be accented beautifully.
extra $50 for Dramatic Eyeliner
For those who want a Fuller Eyeliner in a Smokey Style or with ‘Wings’ …
Permanent Lip Color 3 hours – $599
From Soft to Vivid, having Color in you Lips with Brighten your Whole Face!
lips liner 1 hour – $250
All fees include consultation, initial procedure and one free follow-up.

Consultations can be done over the phone if you are traveling from out of town/state.
You can also email photos to Photos are required prior to scheduling. Please visit the web to the left for more information.
During the appt. we discuss color, shape & any questions you may have.



WHAT IS Microblading
Microblading, also known by a variety of names such as eyebrow embroidery, microstroking, feather touch and hair like strokes is a form of permanent makeup that provides a means to partially or fully camouflage missing eyebrow hair with the appearance of simulated hair using fine deposits of cosmetic tattoo pigments. The technique of implanting pigment after the creation of fine incisions in the skin may date back thousands of years however the trend towards using the technique for eyebrows emerged in Asia and was known as feathering or embroidery prior to becoming known as microblading. Dr. Linda Dixon coined the term “microstroking” which is used synonymously with microblading.

Microblading is performed by depositing pigment superficially in the upper region of the dermis with the use of a hand tool with attached needles fused together in a curvilinear grouping, and may involve the use of a machine with a specially devised hygienic needle cartridge. Similar to permanent makeup brow treatments using a machine, the Microblading technique involves drawing individual, crisp hair strokes that can be very natural looking. However, over time the strokes can blur and fade and will need to be refreshed.

Microblading is a form of cosmetic tattooing. Some microblade needle groupings may contain needles that are extremely fine in diameter in comparison to the needles used in traditional tattooing however recent advancements in cosmetic tattoo needle technology has also produced extremely fine needles gauges for machine use. Technicians usually use topical anesthetics to limit discomfort and consequently like all forms of cosmetic tattooing if performed correctly the procedure causes minimal discomfort. Microblading is a tattoo. Pigment is deposited into the upper layers of the skin, dermis, so as to make the pigment last. If tattoo ink is used, the strokes will be indelible and likely spread and turn bluish gray. The tattoo, the same as all other tattoos, will fade depending on the pigment used, the environment and skincare products used. In order to keep the color crisp, a touch-up service is required up to every 2 years depending on the individual’s skin and how well it holds the pigment. The needles used come in a variety of diameters so that the thickness of each individual hair stroke can be customized to each client depending on the width of their natural hairs as to make the microblading process look more natural.

There is not yet a standard for independent testing of Microblading Professionals. However, the Board of Microblading is being formed complete with examination and requirements of training, a knowledge of the basics of sanitation, Bloodborne Pathogen Certificate, Color Theory, Techniques, Safe needles (such as the hygienic cartridge microblading needle with retractable “no stick” design”, and healed photographs of work completed. Members will be listed online for the public to refer to for qualification and location of a microblading professional near them.

Procedures performed by technicians who have completed a comprehensive course of instructioncan minimize the risk of unwanted outcomes and client dissatisfaction

This technique is a unique process tailored to benefit individuals who desire brow definition, to cover gaps of lost hair, to extend an area, or full reconstruction if the brows have little/no hair. Choosing an artist with expertise and impressive technique is critical for achieving impressing naturally enhanced brows; Because each stroke is done individually, the artist is able to perfect the patient specific shape, color and density.

The treatment begins with developing the desired shape, then coloring in the area to plot the shape and style you prefer. The color choice is patient specific and is mixed using a natural selection of semi-permanent micropigments to complement hair color and skin tone. Varying shades of hypoallergenic micropigments react differently with each skin type and fade accordingly, depending on skin regimen, sun exposure, environmental and after care precautions. Immediately post treatment, eyebrows will appear darker than expected, but will fade 50% during the healing process over the following 2 weeks. The 2nd application 6 weeks later includes a touch up to ensures micropigments are healing properly and responding well.

Microblading, although semi-permanent, lasts between 18 TO 24 months if proper aftercare instructions are maintained. The treatment is typically a 2 step application process, the initial appointment includes consultation and initial application, the second appointment is 8 weeks to touch up and ensure longevity of the colors used.


Day 1 eyebrows – Blot eyebrow with wet cosmetic pad hourly until there is no blood or sebaceous fluids and apply a light layer of A&D ointment each time. Once there is no more bleeding or oozing cut back to every 2-3 hours until bed time.
Days 2-5 – Clean eyebrow by blotting with wet cloth or cosmetic pad and apply A&D ointment. Then apply ointment with q-tip approx. 5 times daily. Do not use any antibiotic creams unless you are told to do so by a doctor. No double dipping, no touching, no scratching, rubbing or picking of the treated area. When showering let soap and water flow over the treated area. No scrubbing
1. Dryness and itching in the treated area
2. Flaking
3. Mild tenderness
4. Final results will be reached in 3 weeks

2) Eyeliner treatment

Days 1-5 – Apply A&D ointment with q-tip 5 times daily. Do not use any antibiotic creams unless you are told to do so by a doctor. No double dipping, no touching, no scratching, rubbing or picking of the treated area. Artificial tears may be used if desired. When showering let soap and water flow over the treated area. No scrubbing
1. If your lashes are sticking together, moisten with warm water and remove residue
2. Puffy eyelids for 2 or 3 days
3. Mild tenderness
4. Redness or mild bruising around the eyes
5. Itchiness
6. Do not wear contact lenses or eye makeup for 72 hours.
7. Final results will be obtained in 3 weeks

3) Lips treatment

Lip Liner & Full Lip Color
Generously apply A&D ointment or Vaseline as often as needed. When showering let soap and water flow over the treated area. No scrubbing
1. Extreme dryness in the treated area
2. Fever blisters or cold sores
3. Peeling
4. Pat ointment onto lips, rubbing ointment onto lips may remove pigment
5. Final results will be obtained in 6 weeks

Lip Liner and/or Full Lip Procedure
Lips will feel swollen and tender for a few days following the procedure. In fact, the majority of women enjoy the fuller shape of their lips following the procedure. However, if you are uncomfortable with the swelling, you may apply an ice pack (which is protected with a wet barrier film of paper towel) for 10 minute increments for the first couple of days. Ice may be applied in one hour intervals. Although you may feel comfortable with the size of your lips following the procedure, you will question the intensity of color on your lips. Be assured that the color of your lips will lighten significantly in just a few days. It is important to apply aftercare ointment to your lips consistently during the first week.
You will notice that on the second day post procedure, your lips will start to slough off the pigment. Do not pick at your lips. Allow your lips to slough off the pigment naturally. Usually, by day 4 or 5 the sloughing is complete. Your lips, at that time, will be quite light in color. However, they will begin to become more colorful with each passing week up to 6 weeks. They will soften into the beautiful shade you have been patiently waiting for.

• 1. Stay out of the sun (even up to 6 weeks) as the sun will quickly fade color.
• 2. Be careful when brushing your teeth as toothpaste may draw out pigment.
• 3. Do not bite into greasy, oily, salty or spicy foods, rather cut them up and place them
• Into your mouth.
• 4. Consistently apply only the aftercare ointment (A&D) that was provided to your lips. Use a clean Q-tip with each application. Do not use any antibiotic creams unless required by doctor to do so.
• 5. Do not pick or pull off the sloughing pigment, let it fall off naturally.
• 6. You may wear lipstick after the first two weeks if the tube of lipstick is new.
• 7. Make sure you take antiviral medication to help prevent cold sores, if needed

4) About and contracts

Consultation free !
All Appointments Require a $50, Nonrefundable Deposit that will be Credited Toward the Cost of the Procedure
It is imperative that clients must be off Retin A or similar products thirty days prior to all procedures and Accutane for one year prior to all procedures.

Try to avoid the following things 48 hours prior to all procedures unless medically necessary:
​1. Aspirin or similar products. (Tylenol okay)
​2. Alcohol.
​3. Caffeine
​4. Gingko Biloba/St. John’s Wart

If you have any condition that requires you to take antibiotics prior to going to the dentist, it is a good idea to check with your doctor to see if necessary prior to your permanent makeup procedure.

If a client has ever had (even if years ago) a fever blister, cold sore, or shingles, it is recommended you obtain a prescribed antiviral medication from your doctor or dentist. Fever blisters are a very common side effect of lip tattooing.

Bring eyeglasses if you wear contact lenses, to all appointments. You must wear eyeglasses for 3 days post procedure of all eyeliner procedures. Post procedure you must use only clean or new contacts.

Only use new mascara, lipstick or any makeup that may come in contact with area after all procedures. It is important to prevent secondary infection by being exposed to bacteria.

Clients may be more sensitive if they are premenstrual during a procedure.

It is important to not to have sunburn prior to and after any procedures. This includes tanning beds.

Do not book an appointment before any major events like vacation, social events or weddings.


40% off for any permanent make up services from now to April/15/2017