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Permanent Makeup

Permanent Makeup


Permanent Makeup (Cosmetic Tattoo) is the implantation of colored pigments into the upper reticular layer of the dermis. The custom blended colors are deposited in a form of traditional
tattooing and used to enhance features of the face. It typically lasts anywhere from 1 – 5 years. The color and shape are customized to fit each individual’s needs. I offer eyebrow shading and hairstroke microblade fusion, eyeliner, lip
liner, and full lip color. Permanent Makeup is a great way to save time with your makeup routine. It is great for people who have sensitivities to traditional makeup and helps people with issues such as vision problems, arthritis, unsteady hands, or watery eyes. It is especially useful for individuals that have a loss of hair or hair that is too light to be seen in the eyebrows or lash area. It makes life more simple and less stressful for those who have to draw on their eyebrows and worry about rubbing or sweating them off. Or wearing eyeliner and worrying
about it smudging all day long. It also helps with those who are losing their lip line as they age.

My qualification includes being a licensed Aesthetician in the state of South Carolina and Georgia, Certification in Permanent Cosmetics (2005), certification in advanced training techniques and advance color correction (2007), Microblade Fusion Certification (2016), training in blood borne pathogens and being a member of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals since 2005. I am now the only Permanent Makeup Artist nationally certified by the Society of Permanent Makeup Cosmetic Professionals in Greenville South Carolina. I have strict sanitation and sterilization guidelines.

I use topical Lidocaine before and during each procedure, so while the Permanent Makeup is being done, it is relatively comfortable. After the procedure there is mild to moderate discomfort from 1 to 3 days typically. After the procedure, there will be specific instructions to adhere to for the best outcome. Consults are done to explain the specific information before your treatment is done.

I have also been selected to be part of the Micro Pigmentation Nation. You can find out more information, please visit the Micro Pigmentation Nation site.