We offer a free consultation to find the right fit for you.
Get full natural looking eyebrows. A digital machine, which holds a single tiny needle, is used to implant pigment into the skin in hair-like strokes. . This technique lasts longer and is gentler on skin compared to microblading. Great for all types of skin. 2 hours. (Most popular.)
Get enhanced natural looking eyebrows. A blade-like hand tool is used to absorb pigment into the skin in fine hair-like short strokes. This technique is harsher on older skin compared to micropigmentation. Recommended for younger skin. 2 hours.
A hand tool, which holds tiny needles, is used to inject saline solution into the skin. The saline solution, through a process call osmosis, causes the pigment to slowly rise to the surface of the skin and is removed through exfoliation. This process could take up to 8 weeks.
Rejuvenate your skin. A pin-like hand tool with a multi-needle tip is used to help skin repair itself. Great for wrinkles, scars, and aging. 1 hour.
Yes. We do free consultations. Contact us to schedule a one-on-one. Phone or text at 813-505-4447.
Microblading is a semi-permanent technique for enhancing the appearance of the eyebrows, in which pigment is introduced into the skin in fine, short strokes resembling hair. A hand tool is used with a blade formed of tiny needles.
Micropigmentation is a semi-permanent procedure, with results that last approximately 1-3 years depending on your skin type. This innovative procedure is the art of making realistic hair strokes with pigment to create the illusion of fuller, nicely shaped brows. If you have thin, over waxed , sparse brows or simply want an enhanced fuller shape, then micropigmentation is for you
Permanent makeup saves time and money because you don't need to purchase makeup or apply it daily. It does not smear so it is resilient to sweat, rain, showering, swimming, or crying. It can be used to reshape or fill-in eyebrows that are thin or missing. Finally, unsymmetrical eyebrows caused by accidents or natural occurrences can be corrected.
It depends. The length of time varies from person to person depending on your skin type. Usually eyebrows last about 1-2 years and lips about 3-4 years, after which a touchup may be necessary.
It depends. Slight fading or discoloration may occur in the first few weeks, but many don't need a follow-up session. If needed, a touchup would typically be done after about 6 weeks.
Some clients experience mild discomfort, but it isn't that bad.
It is rare, but it can happen. The pigments we use are some of the best when it comes to avoiding allergic reactions. We can do some pretesting on your skin if you are worried., but there is no guarantee.
No. Appointment only.
Yes. A free consultation is needed to determine if you qualify for a correction.
No. We only do natural looks.
No. Pregnant women should not get permanent makeup since there is a chance that chemicals could enter the bloodstream.