Don't worry the pigment will fade after 7 days to a softer color. It's always shocking to see yourself with new eyebrows and eyeliner at first, give it a few days and you will love it. If you feel that your eyeliner or eyebrows are uneven, not thick enough or the color is off we will fix it at the touch up! It's always better to go lighter and thinner at the initial application!
Absolutely. You can interchange the two just fine, but I am positive once you get Cosmetic Tattoo Eyebrows you will never go back to Microblading.
*If you are in need of Corrective Services from a botched Microblade or Cosmetic Tattoo application call me for a Free Consultation .
Typically not, but everyone feels pain and sensitivity different. I do use numbing agents before and during the procedure to keep you comfortable. Most clients say it doesn't hurt but the vibration from the machine feels bizarre.
No, Cosmetic Tattoo/Permanent Makeup is actually Semi-Permanent. The pigment is only injected into the epidermis layer of your skin and will eventually fade away if you do not keep up with Touch-Ups and Refreshers. The best part about it not being permanent is that it allows you to change colors and eyebrow shape.
Of course you can! There is even a discount for booking them together, call for more information.
Absolutely not, but I will shape and groom them.
Both Cosmetic Tattoos and Microblading are considered Permanent Makeup. The main differences are Cosmetic Tattoos are applied by a handheld electronic cosmetic tattoo machine that makes cuts into your skin while inserting the pigment at the same time. Cosmetic Tattoos last longer and require less touch ups then Microblading. Cosmetic Tattoos are also the original Permanent Makeup, Microblading is a relativity new way to apply Permanent Makeup.
That is a tough question because it all depends on your skin and how you take care of your face, but for most people it will last over 2 years even if you do not return for the Recommended Refreshers. On the other hand if you return every 12-18 months for a Refresher you can have Permanent Makeup indefinitely.
No, I use top of the line Cosmetic Tattoo Pigments which are made in the USA and a Cosmetic Tattoo Machine that is only made for use on the face.
Generally, the first day you may experience slight bleeding, redness and/or swelling. Most people have no issues and within a few hours post-appointment they are back to their regular routine.
Cosmetic Tattoos are safe for almost everyone. However, individuals with Thyroid concerns/illness, or those with extreme dry skin may experience increased levels of fading. I do recommend not having Permanent Eyeliner applied when your eyes are itchy/red/sensitive from seasonal allergies. If you are in Chemotherapy or have recently received treatment, approval from your doctor should be given prior to booking an appointment. It is not recommended, nor shall any treatment be given to those who are knowingly pregnant.
*It is illegal in Arizona to receive a tattoo if you are under 18 without your guardians approval and signature. Your guardian must also accompany you to your appointment. I will only consider tattooing Eyebrows on a person between the ages of 16-18 if I have spoken directly to their guardian and they are suffering from a condition that has removed all or most of their eyebrow hair.
Things that can cause Permanent Makeup to fade faster are any type of acid peels that are applied directly to areas that have received Permanent Makeup. Also long exposure to chlorine and direct sun light, or receiving eyebrow waxing right on the tattoo should be avoided.
Yes, products like SPF, face creams, brush-on-brow, gentle makeup remover and acid free face washes are best when trying to increase the longevity of eyebrows or eyeliner.
Of course! it will not effect your eyeliner or eyebrows, but make sure you wait at least 2 weeks after your last injection to schedule your procedure.
No I do not! That is dangerous and not recommended. I apply the eyeliner right under the wetline. It is ok for you to apply wetline eyeliner with a pencil once you are fully healed for a more personalized look.