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Eyebrows - $680/ Sale $350 

(Microblading, Shading, Combination)

Microblading is the process of manually depositing color pigment beneath the first layer of the skin (the epidermis), using a very fine sterile hand tool. Topical anesthetic is used to make the procedure more comfortable. Through individual strokes by a small, sterile, disposable blade we produce the appearance of hair strokes. Unlike traditional cosmetic tattooing which is done by a machine, Microblading, being a manual technique, allows great precision and creates depth, resulting in a natural three-dimensional effect, which resembles natural eyebrows.​

Eyeliner -

Upper: $399/ Sale $299

Lower: $299/ Sale $249

Permanent eyeliner is applied with sterile supplies and topical anesthetics. Color is placed along the upper and lower eyelash margin (in between the eyelashes) giving you a fuller and darker look, creating a soft subtle halo around the eyes. Topical anesthetic is applied to desensitize the lids and make the procedure more comfortable.


Lip Coloring - $720/ Sale $499

Lip Liner - $399/ Sale $319

A process of embedding pigment into the lips to make them appear more natural. The process provides more definition, correct uneven lips, and creates a fuller appearance. Topical anesthetic is used to make the procedure more comfortable.

Forehead Line - $699/ Sale $499


Hair Filler - Price determined during consultation

Permanent makeup has become an increasingly sought after service for both men and women suffering from hair loss and thinning hair. The techniques used depend on the area of the scalp treated and the effect necessary to mimic a hair-like appearance for that area. 


Touch-up Policy

Touch-up for all procedures are $50 within 8 weeks.

Between 8 weeks and 12 months, touch-ups are based on the determination of the technician.

After 12 months from the original procedure, touch-ups will be 25% off of the original procedure price. In other words, they will cost 75% of the original procedure price.

Post Treatment Instructions 

Proper aftercare is necessary to achieve the best results from the procedure. Please review the following directions and refer to them as necessary. 

While healing, there will be some unevenness of color. I will correct it during a touch-up visit. It is normal for the dark colors to lighten 30-40% during the healing process from the time of the procedure.  The final end results will look very natural.  


For swelling, Ibuprofen (such as Advil®) or Acetaminophen (such as Tylenol®) may be taken if needed. 


Some itching is normal when it is healing.  Do not pick, peel, or scratch the treated area or the color may become unevenly and the area may become infected during the healing process.


Do not expose the treated area to  unsanitary conditions. Keep the treatment area lightly covered with a sealant, including at night, for a minimum of five days.  A sealant is a product like Vaseline®, A & D® ointment, Bacitracin®, or Lanolin®.  Keep the treatment area slightly moist with the sealant  but do not over apply.    


Avoid the following for seven days after the treatment:

  • Baths, hot tubs, saunas, swimming pools and going to the beach

  • Direct sunlight and tanning beds

  • Direct shower spray on the treatment area

  • Skin creams and lotions other than a sealant 


Please do not apply make-up close to or on the treated area until it is fully healed.


For long-term care, please avoid too frequent exposure of direct sunlight and tanning beds to the permanent makeup to reduce over fading.  The use of sunblocks and sunscreens help.



The treatment area may be a little swollen.  You may applie an ice pack to get the swelling down.  You may resume wearing contact lenses as soon as your eyes return to their pre-treatment condition.



The treatment area may be a little swollen.  If you are having problems with cold sores, fever blisters, or mouth ulcers, please consult with your healthcare provider. 


For a few days after the procedure, your lips will be very dry.  Please keep your lips moist with a sealant and clean until healed.  


The color will come and go as the natural collagen in your body heals the lips and the natural exfoliating process is occurring. It is normal not to see how much color was achieved until 4 weeks have passed. 


Note:  In the unlikely event that you get an infection, contact your healthcare provider.

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