... looks your best!

  • Scar Comouflage/Per Hour……………….$350
  • Aerola Pigment/Per slide…………………..$250
  • Touch up/ Within 6 months………………..$100
  • Touch up/ Within 1 year……………………$200
  • Eyeliner upper or lower…………………….$350
  • Lip Liner Contour…………………………….$500
  • Full Lip Color………………………………….$700
  • Beauty Mark…………………………………….$75
  • Eye Brows Fill in………………………………$350
  • Eye Brows Full Set……………………………$500
What is Permanent Makeup?
Permanent makeup has been around for more than 30 years and is a method of implanting color pigments into your skin to create a lasting cosmetic effect. Makeup can be as soft or dramatic as you like. Stop by our office any time and see before and after photos of our permanent makeup results.
How long does permanent cosmetic makeup last ?
Thetreatment is permanent but it will soften with age, sun, skin peels and cleansing lotions. Retouching can be done at any time and one touch-up to ensure perfection and permanency is included in the price.
Is the permanent cosmetic makeup procedure safe?
Yes, the permanent makeup procedure is applied under strict sterilization rules. You can be assured that all materials are properly disposed and never reused.
Does the procedure hurt?
Comfort levels vary from person to person but with our prescription topical anesthetics patients find the treatments very tolerable. Afterward you will be provided with a soothing gel and cold compresses may help with any discomfort or swelling.
Can I return to work or go out in public immediately?
Yes, you may have some swelling or puffiness and there will be some flaking of the area treated after the first few days. Your eyes will look like you have had a good cry. The intensity of your permanent makeup for the first week or so will be up to 50% more intense than the final color so don’t panic.
Is Permanent Makeup Right For You?
It is if you answer yes to any of these questions:
  • Have you experienced hair loss or have sparse, uneven or no eyebrows due to over plucking, aging, Chemotherapy treatments or Alopecia?
  • Do you have dexterity difficulties, arthritis, paralysis or vision limitations that make it difficult to put on your make-up?
  • Do you have Cerebral Palsy or Multiple Sclerosis or any other motor skill problem that limits your ability to put on makeup?
  • Do you suffer from Parkinson’s disease or any other Tremors that limit your ability to apply makeup?
  • Are you allergic to conventional cosmetics, wear contact lenses or eyeglasses that cause watery eyes or smudged eyeliner?
  •  Do you have Presbyopia or other visual limitations?
  • Have you had a mastectomy? Areolas can be re-created and re-pigmented after having a mastectomy
  • Do you have thin, uneven lips that take away from facial balance?
  • Do you suffer from Vitiligo (also called leukoderma) and want to restore an even skin tone?
  • Do you have an occupation where you perspire often, requiring you to re-apply makeup often?
How long does a procedure take?
Depending on the individual and how responsive he/she is to the topical, it can take 2-3 hours.
How long does it take to heal? 
Again this depends on the individual. For the eyes and brows it can take normally 1-3 days. For the lips, some people have no swelling, while others have minimal swelling.