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We use new, clean, and sterilized equipment following OSHA safety standards. All needles are single-use only and disposed of after each client.  After each client, the treatment area and equipment are cleaned with medical-grade disinfectant.

Permanent Makeup is usually a painless procedure but some discomfort may be felt at the beginning of the procedure. Numbing anesthetics are used during the process to keep the pain minimal. “Please note” if you’re on your menstrual cycle or about to start you may be more sensitive to pain. You might want to consider this when booking your appointment.

Permanent makeup, also known as permanent cosmetics, cosmetic tattooing, and micro pigmentation, is the process of adding pigments into the skin. Permanent makeup enhances the appearance of facial features such as brows, eyes, and lips.

​A consultation is usually not required for permanent makeup procedures. We will discuss color, shape, and design on the day of your appointment. If you have had previous permanent makeup done elsewhere or have any skin issues/disorders such as severe acne or seborrheic-dermatitis, then a consultation is required. If you arrive at an appointment without having a consultation first (either by phone or in-person) we have the right to refuse service and the deposit will be forfeited.

Almost all permanent cosmetic procedures usually require a touch-up session (perfection visit) to achieve the desired look. ​ At times a third session is required due to factors such as oily skin, high use of nicotine products (includes electronic cigarettes,) and excessive bleeding during the initial procedure.

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