Frequently Asked Questions

Navigating the world of permanent makeup, questions naturally arise. From initial consultation to aftercare, we aim to provide clarity and assurance, demystifying any uncertainties you may have.

Please make sure you have enough time to complete a proper permanent makeup procedure. You should plan on 2.5-3 hours in the office. This time includes consultation, paper work, proper numbing, procedure, aftercare instructions and pictures. None of these activities should be rushed. Follow up procedures usually do not require the same amount of time.
It is considered a permanent treatment since color is implanted into the dermis and can not be washed off with conventional face wash or makeup remover. However, it will fade over time and it’s recommended to set up a follow up visit once a year or every other year. Frequency of touch-ups depends on the pigment color used (lighter colors fade faster), bleeding during the procedure, iron deficiency, lifestyle (sun exposure, saunas, swimming, etc.), your skin type (oily skin contributes to a faster fading), the regeneration of skin cells, if any chemical peels come into contact with treated areas, daily skin care products used, and medication.

Please keep in mind that final results can NOT be guaranteed as each unique skin type will hold pigments differently and break down at different rates. We will re-evaluate how your skin has received the pigment at your touch-up appointment and make any changes necessary. Touch-ups are normal for permanent makeup procedures, with each new procedure requiring 2 visits. The initial procedure is followed by 1 free touch-up procedure about 3-6 weeks later. In some cases, additional touch-ups might be required and additional charges will apply

A highly-effective, topical anesthetic are used for numbing before and during your procedure. Pain threshold levels vary from person to person and every effort is made to ensure you remain comfortable for the entirety of the procedure. Having this service performed during your menstrual cycle may increase discomfort during your procedure, as well as increase the chance of bleeding which in turn affects the color retention of a pigment in the skin. If you were diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, be aware that this may affect your sensitivity tolerance to the procedure.
It is absolutely safe. We follow the highest hygiene and safety standards, using single-use disposable needles and supplies. This means that each set-up for each client is discarded safely afterward. Procedural stations are thoroughly disinfected before opening and after each procedure during the day.
The pigments used for permanent makeup are FDA-approved and have been strictly tested for safe use, a patch test may be performed 24 hours before the procedure to determine if you have an allergic reaction which is considered rare. The pigments used in permanent makeup come in a variety of colors. Some of them are specially formulated with iron oxide, an ingredient safe for the skin, and your body absorbs it as mineral irons.
Your permanent makeup will appear darker and more intense than expected for the first few days. This will gradually lighten during the complete healing process.

Eyebrows: The area may be slightly reddish and tender, so be gentle with your skin during the healing process and keep applying the aftercare product provided.

Eyeliner: Expect that your eyes may be swollen for up to 3 days (like how you would look after crying). Typically this may occur after a longer wide eyeliner procedure while eyelash enhancement is not conducive to the appearance of swelling (depending on the individual). Some careful maintenance is required to make the swelling go down faster.

Lips: Your lips will look very intense. Usually, the scab will peel off after 3-6 days. During this time, the color may look quite pale, the blended lip liner will show more color. Be patient at this time until the skin matures which will take about 1-2 months until you can see the final result.

Other less often reported side effects are difficult to determine due to the individuality of each person’s biological system.

Many people with medical conditions can safely undergo permanent makeup procedure, however often it is required to have a consultation with your Doctor, who may prescribe medication to protect you.

We work with your natural facial features to enhance, and correct in a natural way ( if needed ), and highlight them. You may use any everyday cosmetics, in addition to your permanent makeup, nevertheless your face will look fresher and better even without it.
During your appointment, we will analyze your skin undertone to anticipate how pigment colors will fade in the future and we will mix special formulas to ensure color remains in the same tone. We will also mix pigments to ensure color blends well with your existing eyebrow and hair color. Your permanent makeup will eventually look softer as the pigment fades with time.

Permanent makeup is a great choice for those who have: the desire to enhance and/or improve their natural features, allergy to everyday cosmetics, high sensitivity to eye lenses, visible skin imperfections, lack of makeup skills, chemotherapy after effects, hair loss and busy schedules.

We strongly suggest booking a perfection session within 4 – 8 weeks of your initial procedure. Once you heal from that session, your brows will be set for about one year. People with very oily skin tend to fade faster. A great way to decide when to get a touch-up is when you notice yourself filling in the brows more due to fading.

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