For a fresh look every day, wake up with makeup
Eyeliner (upper) $350.00
Full Lips (w/two colors)$600.00
Corrected work per hour$100.00
Eyeliner or eye Brow enhancement $275.00
Touch up on previous workeach hour $125.00
Micro-Blading (eye brows) for a very natural look. $500
Any corrective work – price quoted on consultation
Rejuvi Tattoo Removal (non laser)
Price depends on size and detail of pattern
check out www.Rejuvi.com for info
It is very important to read and think about the following before booking any procedure.
BUT FIRST, ARE YOU A CANDIDATE?
Most people are… However, you should NOT consider cosmetic tattooing if you experience any of the following conditions:
• INSULIN DEPENDENT DIABETIC (high blood sugar)
• HEMOPHILIAC (bleeding disorder)
• PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE
• ACTIVE INFECTION (staff or impetigo)
• NURSING A BABY
There may be other medical issues that may prevent you from a successful procedure. IF YOU ARE UNDER THE CARE OF A DOCTOR, YOU SHOULD INQUIRE IF YOU ARE A CANDIDATE FOR COSMETIC TATTOOING.
Also, you should be aware that medications may (or may not) have a negative affect and may result in premature fading and/or the need for multiple touch up sessions.
About Permanent Makeup
By Mary Morris
Permanent makeup has become an excellent option for our clients with certain skin imperfections, loss of skin pigmentation, thinning eyebrows, thinning lips, and for those who have allergies to conventional makeup. Permanent makeup allows you to escape the daily application required with traditional makeup techniques. Unlike traditional makeup, permanent makeup will not smear, smudge, or run during your daily activities.
Permanent makeup may be applied to any part of the body and to all age groups. Uses include enhancing the eyebrows, altering or enhancing the color of the lips, and adding or augmenting beauty marks. Permanent makeup is also used as permanent eyeliner and lip liner. These techniques allow us to enhance your natural beauty and give you a more youthful, rejuvenated appearance.
Permanent makeup applied in the region of the brow mimics the natural hair of the brow. This can provide an appearance of fullness for anyone who has lost some of the eyebrow hair. Unlike an eyebrow pencil, you are able to go about your normal daily activities without worrying if you will accidentally smear or smudge your brow.
The application of pigment to lash line can give the appearance of a definite line or a more subtle shadow in the lashes. This procedure can be liberating for those with an allergy to traditional eyeliner or for those with contact lenses that become irritated with over the counter makeup products.
Permanent makeup is precisely placed in between each lash at the base of the lash line. This defines the shape of the eye and creates the illusion of thick full lashes.
Lip liner/Lip Color Enhancement
Not only can the color of the lips be improved, but the lip shape can also be improved, giving you the appearance of more full, sensual lips. This technique can also camouflage those fine lines that begin to appear around the mouth with age and eliminate the appearance of lipstick bleeding onto bordering skin.
An absolutely natural beauty mark may be placed wherever you desire. Size, shape, and color are all chosen by you to create the look you desire.
Is the procedure painful?
There is very little discomfort because area is numbed with a topical anesthetic.
How can I be assured I will like the end results?
You have approval of EVERYTHING! As colors are mixed and brows designed, you are consulted for approval. You are given a hand mirror and during each step of the way you and I will work together as a team to create the natural youthful look you desire.
How long is recovery period?
There is a mild swelling and redness accompanying the procedure, but most patients are able to return to work or other social activities the same day.
How long will it be until I see my final results?
It takes a period of three to six weeks for the pigment to become permanently incorporated in the desired location. At this point your final results have been achieved.
Will my permanent makeup fade?
During the initial healing period of three to six weeks, there will be a slight fading of pigment as some of it is removed by your body. To counteract this natural response, a slightly greater amount of pigment than you actually need to achieve your desired results will be placed at the time of your procedure.
Over a period of a few years brows and lips may fade and you may need a touch up.
Prices listed include a second session, which is normally necessary for finishing and perfecting. A third session may be needed for brows where there is no apparent hair or if you choose a very light color.
Full lip color may require a third session if a strong vibrant color desired, and an additional charge will apply.
I use a topical anesthetic especially formulated for permanent makeup application. Discomfort during a procedure using this topical is very minimal to none.
WE FOLLOW ALL GUIDELINES FOR STERILIZATION AND CLINICAL SANITATION
Needles are always pre-sterilized as well as the tubes that hold the needles. Needles are never reused, not even your own needles. When (used) are promptly disposed into a hazardous waste container for this purpose.Everything that is used on the client is sterile or sanitary and/or new.
Permanent Makeup Training From Basic to Advanced Available
2. End of 1985, I took first basic mini course, just to see if it was really for me.
3. Beginning of 1986: Basic 5 day training classes for Permanent Makeup. (approximately 50 hours)
4. Before the end of ’88 I had taken 4 more advanced training courses in permanent makeup work,covering Camouflage, breast areola re-pigmentation, and color theory.
5. 1991: I took another advanced 3 day training course
6. 2000: Advanced Intensive training in special technique for doing Full Lip color in a less time consuming manner.
7. This is not counting going to permanent makeup seminars and conventions and the extra training we receive at these affairs, at least semiannually.
The following is a list of the Permanent Makeup schools, trainers, associations from which I have received my training and certifications, beginning with earliest to latest:
A. Permanently Yours (1 certificate, Basic)
B. Derma Medical Institute (Elizabeth Finch) (3 certificates- Specialty)
C. American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics, (Sandi Hammons) (3 certificates)
D. American Council of Dermagraphic Research (Kristanne Matzek) (1 certificate) and more…
Other licenses, certificates of training in various fields:
Licensed Cosmetologist, Aesthetician, Electrologist, Hypnotherapist, Educator, Salon owner
Professional Makeup Artist, trained by many world famous makeup artist to the “Stars” and celebrities. Mark Traynor, On Stage Cosmetics and Jerome