We Specialize in Brows -
Over 20,000 Clients.
Pelo A Pelo
$299 Nano Brows - Get Nano Brows (Tattooed hair strokes) for only $299. Nano Brows last longer than microblading and are easier on older skin. Touchups not included. (2 hours. $50 dep.)
$149 Nano Brows Touchup (Return Clients Only) - Return Nano Brows clients can get a touchup for only $149. This is not for new clients. New clients are full price. (2 hours. $50 dep.)
$299 Master Brows - Get permanent makeup with our Master Artists.
Master Artists are experienced artists. They have expert level skills, work independently, have seen a big range of scenarios, and act as mentors to our students. Touchups not included. (2 hours. $50 dep.)
$99 Master Brows Touchup (Return Clients Only) - Return clients can get a touchup with our Master Artists for only $99. This is not for new clients. New clients are full price. (2 hours. $50 dep.)
$99 Student Brows - Get your brows done by our Student
Artists for only $99. Get a big discount and help our Student artists build their portfolio. Don't worry! Students work together as a team with our pros and masters who check their work so you can be confident they will do impressive work. They will also pre-draw the brows for your approval so you know what they will look like beforehand. Total price is $99. Save money! Help our students succeed. It's a win win. Touchups not included. (2 hours. $20 dep.)
$50 Student Brows Touchup (Return Clients Only) - Return clients can get a touchup with our Student artists for only $50. This is not for new clients. New clients are full price. (2 hours. $20 dep.)
Please reach us at 727-213-8811 if you cannot find an answer to your question.
Permanent makeup or cosmetic tattooing is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup, such as makeup used on brows, lips, and eyeliner. It is similar to body tattooing, except permanent makeup uses pigment that is designed to fade and is injected at a shallower skin depth than body tattooing.
We specialize in brows and have performed over 19,000 clients in multiple locations so you know your brows are in good hands. We have a ton of pictures of previous clients. Your outcome represents our company so you know you will get our best.
Unfortunately, there are no guaranteed results in permanent makeup. No permanent makeup artists can guarantee results. How skin reacts to PMU is different for everyone and many factors are to be taken into consideration, such as how well clients care for their brows, skin type, age, scarring, diet, stress levels, facial products used, and medications, all play a key role in how the pigment will hold, which is why it is important to know that more than one touch up may be required. We can guarantee that your face is important to us and that we will act in accordance with our experience and expertise to give you our absolute best. We can guarantee that we will strive to make you satisfied and content every time, but there are no guarantees in this industry.
No, despite the name, permanent makeup is not permanent. Perhaps a better name is semi-permanent. It is not one and done. There is maintenance and the pigment is designed to fade, but it is better than doing your makeup every day. You should expect a 6-week touchup and then a refresh touchup every year.
Most clients new to permanent makeup have genuine concerns about the risk level - after all, it is their face! Although their concerns are valid, if done properly, permanent makeup is not as risky as people think. And we've done over 15,000 brows at multiple locations so you know you are in good hands. Follow these 3 steps for great results:
Prices are based on the experience level of our artists.
We know that permanent makeup can be expensive ($300-$800) and that often keeps people from trying permanent makeup. That's why this is a win win! You get to try semi-permanent makeup for a highly discounted rate and our students get to build a portfolio with the help of our instructors. Don't worry. Students are supervised and they will do a consultation then pencil draw the brow for your approval.
Don't expect your brows to be perfect after the first procedure. As with any permanent makeup procedure, getting great results is a process. You should except to do 1 or more follow up touchups to make adjustments, extend the life of your brows, and get the best results.
Depends. New students are watched closed. As students gain more experience, they are given more independence.
It depends. Our students have a wide variety of experiences, ability, and backgrounds before coming to our academy. We require our students to master drawing on 3D mannequins before working on live models. In class, students are paired with experienced instructors to guide and teach them. As with any of our services, you should expect to get a 6-week touchup to fine tune the brows. Most clients are happy with their results.
You are right. $99 is a highly discounted rate compared to the industrial standard pricing of $300-$800. We have an academy that trains in permanent makeup so this offer helps our students build their portfolio. Also, you must give us permission to market the results on our websites, video, social media, and our advertising platforms.
Your brows will be representing our academy and our graduates to the public so we want you to have great results. Although there are no guarantees in permanent makeup due to a wide variety of skin types, our students usually get high praise from our models. To make sure you and our students have the best experience possible, we use a system with multiple checks to insure quality results:
2 hours. Expect the students to be slower than the masters and pros.
Depends. We use numbing cream, but there still might be a little sting. Everybody makes it through.
We can blend most colors depending on your needs. We will consult with you before the procedure to figure out what works best with you. We use dark brown instead of black pigment since black tends to turn a little greenish over time. For greying, white hair, or blondes, we usually recommend taupe.
Permanent makeup is a process not a one time event.
6-Week Touchup - You should expect to get a 6-week touchup since the brows will heal light, patchy, or like the pigment didn't take. The 6-week touchup is also helpful for extending the length of the procedure, fine tuning the shape and color, and finalizing the look. You may need to get more than 1 touchup.
Refresh Touchups - After the 6-week touchup, it is common to get a refresh touchup every 1-2 years because the pigment fades over time. Results vary for each person.
Note: There are no guarantees in permanent makeup. It works for most, but some skin doesn't retain the pigment well.
With permanent makeup, healing is difficult to predict. It is different for every person. Some heal perfectly. Some heal a little light. Some heal like nothing was done. We need to be conservative on the first procedure because we don't want your brows to heal too dark. It is better to heal light then too dark. At the touchup, we can see how your skin healed then make some adjustments, such as add more pigment if it heals light.
There are no guarantees that your skin will take the pigment better with the adjustments, but we can usually make it better. If it still heals like nothing was done after the touchup, then your skin probably just kicks out the pigment too easily and permanent makeup won't work for you.
We are appointment only. Check availability and book online at https://impressivebrows.com/all-locations or call/text 727-213-8801 M-Sat 10-5pm
No. We don't do touchups from other companies. It is regular price for first time clients. Our touchup price is only for return clients.
Maybe. We do minor corrections. You can text a photo to 727-213-8801 so we can decide if you are eligible. We may need you to come in for a consultation so we can take a look face to face.
Brows take 6 weeks to heal properly. Most of the big changes occur in the first 3 weeks. Read more about the aftercare below.
Our clients never have any issues with driving afterwards. It's usually irritated, but not swollen much.
No, but some clients prefer to have a couple days off right after. The brows can be very dark and a little irritated. Also you need to keep them clean for at least a week so if you work in a dirty environment, you may want to do them when you can take a few days off.
We generally recommend waiting until after big events to get permanent makeup. Healing can be light, patchy, or slightly unsymmetrical after the first procedure and you will most likely need to do a 6-week touchup to fine tune them to how you want them. That being said, you can use makeup after a couple weeks if needed.
We require you to be at least 18 years old. Although tattooing is harder on older skin, there is no upper age limit.
If you have really oily skin and you did hair strokes, the pigment can spread easily and become less defined. You might want to consider shading instead.
Permanent makeup is growing in popularity for cancer patients that have gone through chemo therapy and lost some or most of their hair. We recommend checking with your doctor first. If your doctor gives you the thumbs up, we can do it 6 months after your last treatment.
Yes, but with the exceptions of translators or assistants, only clients are allowed in the procedure room. We have a waiting room they can use.
Maybe. We can partially cover up scarring. We can put pigment over most older scars, but not if it is too new. We recommend the scar be at least 6 months old.
No. We integrate the tattoo with your current brows.
The deposit is nonrefundable, but we can transfer your deposit to a different day.
What is the aftercare process like?
No Guarantees: Most people have great results from permanent makeup, but there are no guarantees. We cannot predict how your skin will heal. There is the possibility that your skin just rejects pigment quickly so permanent makeup isn't going to work for you. You cannot know until you try.
2-Step Process: Many clients have the expectation that permanent makeup is a one time experience. Although many clients have great results with just one procedure, you should not expect perfection after the first treatment. Permanent makeup is less hassle than traditional cosmetics, but it does require maintenance and is at least a 2-step process and you should expect to get the 6-week touchup for correcting and fine tuning of your brows.
Healing Timeline: Permanent makeup requires a 6-week healing process. You will not be able to change your brows until the end of the healing :
Brow Care: The better you care for your brows during the 6 week healing stage, the better they will heal. Here are some tips for caring for your brows.
Things to avoid - Immediately after the procedure, your brows will be a little reddish and irritated. Most likely you will experience a little itchiness. This will typically last for 1-3 days. It is part of the healing process.
Touchups - Permanent makeup is not a one-and-done experience. You should expect to follow up the initial procedure with a 6-week touchup and then occasionally a refresh touchup.
Don't worry. It is a normal part of the healing process. Your brows will usually lighten or exfoliate (peel off) during the first couple weeks. They could look light, patchy, or as if nothing was done. The color will typically come back over the next few weeks.
Don't worry. This is not unusual. Everybody's skin heals differently. Don't get discouraged. Stick to the process. Come in for the 6-week touchup so we can see how your brows healed and make adjustments. That is why permanent makeup is at least a 2-step process.
Everybody's skin heals differently. It's impossible to know how your tattoo will heal. Don't get discouraged because your tattoo isn't healing like others.
Permanent makeup is slightly different than body tattooing. It uses different pigments and is injected at a shallower depth. It may heal lighter than your body tattoo healed.
If the shape is a little off or you want to make some changes, it is best to wait for the 6-week touchup and then we can do the fine tuning. We need to see the shape and color after it has healed in order to be more accurate with the adjustments. Also, it isn't good for your skin to work on it again until the 6 weeks are over. Of course, if you have concerns, you are always welcome to stop by the spa for us to take a look.
Don't use makeup for at least a week, preferably two. Makeup contains bacteria that may increase the chance of infection. Wait until a few days after the brows are done exfoliating before adding makeup.
Healing cream is used to improve the appearance of the tattoo, maintains a brand new look, stop scabs from forming, seal incisions to keep bacteria from spreading, provide nutrients and vitamins that assist the healing, and reduce itchiness and irritation.
Start the process right away. Wash with soap and water (Dab only. No scrubbing.) and use the healing cream twice a day for a week. You need to keep it very clean for a week to precent bacteria and infection.
The healing cream we give you should last a week. Don't put too much on because you want the oxygen to get to the skin. The portion we give you is usually enough for most clients, but if your skin is still dry or peeling, you should get more. It is important not to let the tattoo get too dry. You can stop by the spa to get more or get some Aquaphor or Cetaphil at your local pharmacy.
We recommend not going to the beach for at least a couple weeks. You need to keep the tattoo clean and out of the sun/saltwater for the first week or two. Also avoid swimiming in pools for a couple weeks. The chlorine affects the healing color.
We recommend not working out for a couple weeks. Excessive sweating is not good for the helaing processs.
No becuase the brows need to properly heal before we do the touchup. Doing a procedure before the 6 weeks can be hard on the skin. Also the pigment hasn't had a chance to set to it's final color which makes it more difficult to make color adjustments at the touchup.
Yes. It isn't unusual to need to do color correction at the 6 week touchup. Just stick to the process and you should be ok.
Yes. In fact, it is easy to widen the brow at the touchup.