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Permanent Make-Up

Eyeliner top or bottom

Eyeliner top and bottom

Eyeliner (additional mucosal)

Eyeliner (additional design)

Mucosal liner only

Eyelash illusion - (less than eyeliner)

Lip liner

Full lip color

Eyebrows hair strokes or filled color

Beauty marks

Brow highlight (additional)


Can You Benefit From Permanent Makeup?

Please take the following quiz. If you say "yes" to any one of the following questions, you are a candidate for permanent makeup.

Have you ever...

...wondered how happy you might be with beautifully applied makeup every day and night?

...wondered how a permanent cosmetic artist with a makeup artistry certification might apply makeup to your face?

...wished you had a more youthful-looking face?

...noticed that you feel better when you are wearing makeup?

...noticed how much time you spend throughout the day applying and re-applying your makeup?

...noticed that it is becoming more challenging to apply your eyeliner?

...noticed that a properly placed arch in an eyebrow can take years off of your face?

...had a bad makeup day?

...gotten out of bed before your husband in the morning to quickly put on some eyebrows?

...noticed that as you age your lips are becoming smaller and less plump and would benefit from a lip color enhancement?

...refrained from social events, like swimming, because you were afraid that someone might see you without makeup?

...been timid when hugging someone because you were afraid they'd end up wearing your brows?

...cried at a wedding and smeared your eyeliner?

...lost a game of tennis along with your brows?

...noticed that a little ray of sun or a small summer breeze can ruin the moment as your eyeliner begins to run?

...kissed someone and accidentally noticed lipstick on their clothing?

...wondered why your neighbor always looks so fresh and ready to go?

...been outside watching the fresh snowflakes fall and notice that your eyeliner is melting along with them?

...been late for an appointment because you had spent too much time in the mirror trying to match your eyebrows?

...wished that somebody might consider you to be one of those naturally born beauties?

...wondered why your husband tells you that you look great with no makeup and then you find him staring at the lady who is wearing some?

...wondered where the expression "plain jane" comes from?

...spent more time in front of the mirror quickly applying makeup just to spend one minute running into the post office or store?

...seen your elderly aunt with her lipstick surrounding her mouth and you always tell yourself that you will never let that happen to you?

...wondered if Hollywood celebrities are having permanent cosmetic procedures done?*

...wondered what the best mother's day gift might be?

...wondered how happy your husband might be if he would see you with beautifully applied makeup all the time?

*Yes, Hollywood celebrities have also been enjoying the benefits of permanent cosmetics. Properly applied, permanent cosmetics look more natural than conventional makeup.

  • If you are planning either an eyeliner, eyelash enhancement or eyeshadow procedure and are a contact lens user, please wear or bring your lenses/eye glasses to all appointments.
  • Do not wear contact lenses during any procedure involving your eye(s).
  • It is recommended to have a driver available or "on-call" to drive you home following a procedure involving your eye(s).
  • Do not schedule an appointment prior to major events, such as a vacation, wedding, social outing, etc. as you will have to wear an aftercare ointment on your procedure site(s) for one week following the procedure(s).
  • If you are planning a lip color procedure and have ever experienced a cold sore, even one time in your life, it is recommended you obtain a prescribed anti-viral medication. The medication must be taken two days prior to the procedure.
  • If you are required to take antibiotic medication prior to seeing your dentist, you will need to take antibiotic medication prior to having your procedure done.
  • It is necessary to be off of Accutane for one year, prior to all procedures. It is necessary to be off Retin A or Renova for 30 days, prior to a procedure.
  • Try to avoid aspirin and non-aspirin products for 7 days prior to all procedures unless medically necessary.
  • Try to avoid Vitamin E and Niacin for two weeks prior to all procedures unless medically necessary.
  • Avoid alcohol the night before all procedures.

Eyelash Enhancement, Eyeliner or Eyeshadow
Usually, eyes are most swollen the morning after the procedure as gravity takes over during the night. (Also, during the evening you may soil your pillow with residual eyeliner pigment.) However, upon waking the morning after the procedure, and with normal activity, eyes become much less swollen within a few hours. It is important to keep your eyes moist at all times with the aftercare ointment. It is best to apply the ointment approximately 2-3 times a day for 5-7 days. Use a fresh Q-tip with each application of ointment. Do not pick at the eyeliner if you notice a little lifting of color. Let it fall off naturally. Do not wear contact lenses for at least 48 hours following the procedure, however, technically, your eye doctor should advise you as to when you may resume contact lens use. Do wear sunglasses when in the sun in order to protect the fresh color for the first two weeks. Stay out of sun, pools, hot tubs and all creams around the eye for two weeks. Do not use any eye makeup for one week, and then please use a fresh tube of mascara. If there are any other concerns or questions during the healing period, call Bianca Jackson at 614-288-0064

Eyebrows will not appear swollen, however, they will be tender for a few days. You will need to apply an aftercare ointment to your eyebrows approximately 2-3 times a day for 7 days. Use a fresh Q-tip with each application. Do not wear any makeup over your eyebrows for 5 days. Do not pick at the eyebrows if you notice a little lifting of color. Let it fall off naturally. Stay out of the sun, pools, hot tubs and avoid direct water pressure. Refrain from electrolysis for at least 2 weeks following an eyebrow procedure. Eyebrows are always darker immediately after the procedure. Within one week, the color becomes much softer.

Lip Liner and Full Lip Color
Lips will feel swollen and tender for a few days following the procedure. However, they will only be slightly swollen. In fact, the majority of women enjoy the fuller shape of their lips following the procedure. Although you will feel comfortable with the size of your lips following the procedure, you will question the intensity of color on your lips. Be assured that the color of your lips will lighten significantly in just a few days. It is important to apply aftercare ointment to your lips consistently during the first week, especially. You will notice that on the second day post procedure, your lips will start of slough off the pigment. Do not pick at your lips. Allow your lips to slough off the pigment naturally. Usually, by day 4 or 5 the sloughing is complete. Your lips, at that time, will be quite light in color. However, they will begin to become more colorful with each passing week up to 6 weeks. They will soften into the beautiful shade you have been patiently waiting for. Meanwhile, you may apply an ice pack (which is protected with a wet barrier film of paper toweling) for 10 minute intervals for the first couple of days. Ice may be applied every hour or so, if desired. During the first two weeks, please follow these guidelines for beautiful lip color:

  • Stay out of the sun (even up to 6 weeks) as the sun will quickly fade color.
  • Be careful when brushing your teeth as toothpaste will pull out pigment.
  • Do not bite into greasy, oily, salty or spicy foods, rather cut them up and place them into your mouth.
  • Consistently apply the aftercare ointment to your lips. Use a clean Q-tip with each application.
  • Do not pick or pull off the sloughing pigment, let it fall off naturally.
  • You may wear lipstick after the first two weeks if the tube of lipstick is new.
  • Make sure you take your anti-herpes medication to help prevent cold sores two days before your next lip appointment, if needed.
  • If you have any other concerns or questions, call Bianca Jackson at 614-288-0064.

Scar Camouflage
Apply aftercare ointment to the camouflaged area with a clean Q-tip as needed in order to keep the site moist at all times for 7 days. Try not to rub against it or pick at it. The same applies whether you have had only a patch test or the actual procedure. Again, it is important to understand that camouflaged skin will not change color with the seasons of the surrounding skin., i.e, sunburn, suntan, etc. Therefore, it is important to wear a sunscreen every day because daily exposure to the sun may cause slight changes.

Areola Repigmentation
Apply aftercare ointment to the pigmented areola approximately 2-3 times a day for 7 days. Starting on the second day, it is best to sleep at night without a bra so that the air can help heal the procedure site(s). Try to avoid rubbing the area and do not pick at it. Shower with the shower head to your back rather than your front.