Would you like to wake up each day with perfectly shaped brows?
Whether your brows are thin, sparse or uneven, brow tattoo will add fullness and definition thus framing your face for a more polished look. Your new effortless, waterproof, frustration-free, perfectly designed brows will save you time in the mornings, restore your confidence and give you the peace of mind knowing your brows will not disappear during the day.
With an artist’s eye, I custom design the brows to enhance your unique face and create a more youthful look. Eyebrow trends have changed through the years, but the natural look is always in style. By using the latest nano hairstroke brows and ombre techniques, I aim to achieve most natural looking eyebrows that are both realistic and authentic to your style.
Your session begins with an evaluation of your skin, facial features, and goals to determine the best outcome. With a use of a pencil I will create a perfect brow design just for you and, after your approval, I’ll deposit the pigment into your skin. The anesthetics are used before and during the procedure to ensure you are comfortable. The session takes about 2 hours. Color boosts are recommended every 1 to 2 years.
Right after the procedure, the color will appear dark but will fade 20-40%. Due to the inflammation/redness of the treated area, the color might seem warmer but will change while the skin is healing/exfoliating and should not be judged for a least a month after.
I do offer Cover ups and Eyebrow Rehab of old Permanent Make-up.
Would you like to draw attention to your eyes?
If you are tight on time, visually challenged to draw a precise line or have an active lifestyle, eyeliner tattoo will enhance your eyes by defining the shape, creating lush-looking lashes, and making your eyes pop. Your new effortless, waterproof, frustration-free, perfectly defined eyeliner will save you time in front of a mirror, restore your confidence and give you the peace of mind knowing your eyeliner is there to stay all throughout the day.
For eyes we offer a Lash enhancement tattoo, also known as invisible eyeliner. The tattoo itself can be very thin or as thick as your own natural lashes and does not have a flick or extended tip. This is just to fill in between the lashes to create the illusion of thicker, darker, and completely full lashes without looking lined or like obvious make-up. Lash enhancement is great for everyone, especially those with really gappy and sparse lashes as it accentuates the beauty of the eyes and make them look more youthful.
This can be done just on top or the bottom or on both. No-one will know you've had anything done but your eyes will be more permanently defined and gorgeous.
Whether you choose a subtle line in between your lashes or a fuller, more dramatic line, you will be amazed with the transformation. My Stardust EyeLiner tattoo will create a soft, sexy wing with crisp, clean line into your lash line. A slight dusting of color in the wing gives the perfect, classic smoky eye effect.
Your session begins with an evaluation of your skin, facial features, and goals to determine the best outcome. With a pencil I will create a perfect eyeliner design just for you and, after your approval, I’ll deposit the pigment into your skin. The anaesthetics are used before and during the procedure to ensure you are comfortable. The session takes anywhere between 1 to 2 hours, depending on the desired look. Right after the procedure, the color will appear dark but will fade 20-30% during the healing process. Color boosts are recommended every 1 to 3 years
Have you always wanted to have luscious lips?
When the natural lip color is lost or more definition is needed, lip tattoo will fill the lips with the color of your choice to brighten your look.
Whether you choose to bring more definition to your lips by simply outlining them, or filling the lips entirely, with a bright wash of color. Or for a lighter look, what I like to call, lipstick stained lips. Think of your lips when they are naturally flushed, this lipstain effect creates a soft, blush of color so can you enjoy a lipstick-free, vibrant and polished appearance.
Your session begins with an evaluation of your skin, facial features, and goals to determine the best outcome. With a use of a pencil I will outline your lips and, after your approval, I’ll deposit the pigment into your skin. The anesthetics are used before and during the procedure to ensure you are comfortable. The session takes about 2 hours, depending on the desired look. Right after the procedure, the color will appear bright but will fade 40-60%. Color boosts are recommended every 1 to 3 years.
7 Factors That Affect Permanent Make-up Healing
As we’ve already read, wound healing is not a straight line from A to Z - wounds can progress both forwards and backward on the road back to health, and how they do so will depend on several outside factors.
Aging affects everything in the body and (as anyone who’s ever read a beauty magazine already knows) that includes the structure and function of the skin. Everything slows down during the aging process, including the phases of wound healing. Skin gets thinner and the body shows a decreased inflammatory response meaning that, as you get older, your skin is predisposed to injury and will heal slower when an injury occurs.
Proper nutrition is vital to optimal healing. A wound is unable to heal properly if you lack the necessary nutrients for cell repair and growth.
Anyone surpassing their ideal body weight by 20% or more has a greater risk of infection when healing a wound.
If you have multiple wounds or have undergone a severe trauma (e.g. surgery) your body’s defense mechanisms will be limited and slow wound repair.
Skin needs an adequate amount of fluid and moisture to be viable. If you’re prone to dry skin (especially common in the elderly) you may be at risk for skin lesions, infection, and thickening, which will all impair wound healing. On the flip side, if the skin is too wet, you’re at risk for developing maceration and/or infections, so maintaining an optimal level of skin moisture is imperative for healing wounds.
Chronic diseases have a direct impact on the body’s natural ability to heal. Cardiovascular conditions are among the most detrimental, but diabetes and immunodeficiency conditions can also slow wound repair.
Prescription medications can have a negative effect on healing. For instance, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs often prescribed for arthritis and found over the counter as aspirin and ibuprofen, can interfere with the inflammation stage of the healing process. Anticoagulants have the capacity to disrupt blood clotting, while immunosuppressants may weaken the immune system and enhance the risk of infection.
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