Permanent Makeup Menu
Professional Makeup Results that Stay On
"Permanent makeup requires both, the hands of the surgeon and the eyes of an artist"
-Linda Dixon, M.D., President of American Academy of Micropigmentation

What exactly is permanent makeup (PMU)? It's the art of implanting dyes or pigments in the first dermis layer of the skin. The results are meant to be subtle to enhance certain features.


Things to Consider While Choosing Your Artist


  • Absolutely research and read every review you can

  • Make sure your artist is reputable, licensed by the state, and has excellent studio hygiene

  • Ask for photos of your artist's work to make sure their cosmetic style is compatible with what you want - any professional will have a gallery of their work

  • Talk about how thin/dark you want the ink and be very precise; the more straightforward you are the easier it is for your artist


Pre-procedure Instructions


When scheduling an appointment date for a permanent makeup procedure, keep in mind the healing time of the procedure. You will need a few days after work without social plans or strenuous activity. You will not look your best (swelling, oozing, & look like wet paint) so plan activities around the house. Plan a shopping trip ahead of time for items you will need: pain reliever, napkins for blotting, Q-tips, food, prescriptions, a good book or movies. Get ahead on your dirty work, no lawn mowing or chores that will get dirt/bacteria on the healing area. Do not have a procedure right before going on vacation because 1) you need healing time (you will not look like you had a makeover at the mall); 2) you may not be able to avoid sun, wind, or other items listed in a post-care instructions; 3) if you had a question or permanent makeup problem it would be best to be near your permanent makeup artist and local physician.


For Eyeliner

  • Do not wear contact lenses during the procedure or for 24 hours after

  • Bring sunglasses to wear home. Eyes may be light sensitive

  • Do not dye or prime lashes for two days prior

  • Do not use eyelash curler the day of the procedure

  • If you have had any type of eye surgery, consult with the physician about how long you should wait before having a permanent eyeliner procedure

  • Do not wear waterproof makeup to your procedure

  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, or Ibuprofen for 24 hours before the procedure


For Eyebrows


  • Do not tweeze, wax, or dye eyebrows for 2 days prior

Eyelash Enhancement $300


Eyelash Enhancement, also known as invisible eyeliner, designed to create an illusion of thicker and less gabby lashes. It appears as a thin black line of ink across of lash line.

Who benefits from Eyelash Enhancement


People who desire a soft, natural enhancement to their appearance. It is especially valuable to people who can't wear traditional cosmetics due to allergies and skin sensitivities; Active people who want to look their best for sports activities; and those who don't want to worry about sweating off or reapplying cosmetics. Permanent makeup cosmetics benefits the visually challenged, who have difficulty applying their cosmetics; and others with dexterity related conditions such as arthritis, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke survivors, and busy people who don't have time to spend applying and refreshing makeup throughout the day. 

*consultation is mandatory for preexisting permanent makeup done by another artist

Permanent Eyeliner $450

Stardust Eyeliner $500 (Eyelash Enhancement included)

Thicker, darker lashes and more defined eyes make a difference to our whole face, but creating this effect with ordinary makeup can be difficult. An expertly applied permanent eyeliner is the perfect solution, giving you professional makeup results that stay on and don’t have to be carefully reapplied every morning, it is swim-proof, shower-proof and gym-proof. 

The new powdery look on eyelids, also known as Stardust Eyeliner, is becoming more and more popular in the last year due to its ability to enhance and emphasize face futures in a very soft way. Stardust Eyeliner techniques is a two-step process and will require a touchup within 4-6 weeks. 

Powder Brows $700

Powder Brows is a soft powdery look that appears with a customized color shade evenly through the whole brow. It is the best to be used on clients that have existing hair, but would like to perfect thickness of their brows and are used to a makeup look.

Stardust Brows $700


Stardust Brow is a dot like look with more intensity underneath and out at the tail of brow, but very light and airy at the front and on the top. Thereby, eyebrows appear more dramatic and very soft at the same time.

Hair Strokes with Stardust Eyebrows $700

Hair strokes with Stardust is an excellent combination for a client that has a minimum brow hair, who is used to makeup look, but still is interested in strokes showing through.

Permanent Eyeliner Aftercare


You may experience minor swelling and redness on procedure day.  Some people swell more than others. The eyes can be sensitive and if you have allergies, very watery eyes or know you swell easily, it is advised that you take an over-the-counter antihistamine such as Benadryl or similar prior to your procedure. Ice packs will help alleviate inflammation and can be used frequently for the first 24 hours.

You may resume normal activities immediately except that you will be advised to wear no makeup directly on the treated area for about one week. There will be some minor redness and peeling during the first week. Most clients resume their regular schedule, such as returning to work, the very next day. It is advised that for very special occasions or anytime you want to look your super-best that you allow one week of healing time.

At first, the pigment will appear too dark. There is an exfoliative process during the healing that allows for the surface layer of color to “peel” after 4-7 days. Once completely healed, you are actually viewing the color through the skin, not on the surface as with traditional cosmetics. You can expect that it will “heal, peel and fade” after about one week. The color is usually about 30-40% lighter when healed than it appears the day of the procedure. If the color looks perfect immediately after the procedure, it would be much too light when healed.

* consultation is mandatory for preexisting permanent makeup done by other artists


Permanent Eyebrow Post-procedure After-Care Instructions

PMU is the equivalent of a skin-deep wound (like a scratch you might get around the house). Expect it to ooze a little, scab a little, and heal in a similar time frame.


  • Keep the area clean. Blot or rinse off oozing. Soap/cleansers may be used as long as they are not alcohol-based and do not have anti-aging acids in it. Some cleansing chemicals might burn or bleach. If you wouldn't use a product on any other type of injury, don't use it on the healing permanent makeup

  • No scrubbing! Do not rub, wipe, or scratch area. Use petting motions only.

  • Avoid strenuous activities for 2 days. Increased blood pressure and dilated blood vessels increase swelling and oozing. Also, sweat running into a wound will sting and could cause infection.

  • Do not expose the area to the full pressure of the shower.

  • Do not smash your face in a pillow while sleeping, especially the first couple of days.

  • Do not peel or pick at the crust, this could cause pigment loss, scarring, and delaying healing.

  • Do not expose to sun or tanning bed while healing. Use of sunblock after healing is completed will help prevent premature fading.

  • Do not swim in fresh, salted, or chlorinated water for 2 weeks.

  • Avoid environments that would cause dirt or germs to contact area while healing.

  • Do not apply topical cosmetics to the area while healing.

  • Ibuprofen or your favorite pain reliever may be used to reduce swelling and discomfort.


Most Common Questions


How long will the tattoo last?


Even though we call a tattoo permanent, the color will fade out over time and you will want to have the color touched up.  The amount of time that it takes to fade will depend upon the client's skin, health, lifestyle and how well the tattoo is maintained. Generally, this is between 1 and 5 years depending on the procedure. 


Are there any restrictions on having these procedures?


Yes, there can be some medical issues that may prevent us from working on you, however, this is rare.


  • If you are a diabetic, you must be in a controlled state, and your healing time may take longer.

  • If you have glaucoma, you cannot have an eyeliner procedure.

  • If you are on blood thinners or fish oil, you must be off from these for 2 weeks prior.

  • If you are on a Retin A or Accutane product, you must be off of these for 3 months.

  • If you use Latisse or eyelash enhancers, you must be off these for 2 months prior to an eyeliner procedure.

  • If you have had cosmetic surgery on your face, you must be healed at least 3 months.

  • If you have cancer, you must be 6 months past your last chemotherapy.

  • There are no restrictions on Botox of the eyes or forehead area. In some rare instances of asymmetry, we may request you have Botox prior to your brows.

  • If you are pregnant or nursing, you are not able to get a tattoo.

  • If you have prior tattooing that was not done by us you need to schedule a consultation.

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