Add definition to the face and eliminate the inconvenience of applying and reapplying makeup throughout the day.
Permanently Beautiful – Eyes, Brows & Lips
Gives an incredibly natural and realistic “fluffy” look with strokes that appear crisp and very fine, so fine that can hardly be distinguished from real hair.
This works great to fill in gaps in the brow line or create brows where hair has been lost. Often recommend for fair-skinned, fair-haired clients hoping to achieve an amazingly natural look.
Powdered Brow eyebrow tattooing gives a similar effect created with an eyebrow powder, infusing color to create the perfect brow shape giving a soft definition beneath the natural hair growth. This is ideal for those who have hair but fill in with makeup.
Hair Stroke Brows
Achieve natural looking brows with ultra-fine hair strokes, enhance natural shape and symmetry, or produce a bold more dramatic look mimicking the look of makeup with the Hair Stroke technique. This technique uses a permanent makeup tattoo type machine, that tends to retain pigment, have the ability to be bolder and last longer in the skin than microblading.
Scattered Hair Eyebrow
A fantastic way to create and enhance a natural brow shape if you already have thick brow hair.
Blushing Permanent lips
BPL with Full Lip Color
Create the look of natural volume and full color for perfect beautiful lips twenty-four-seven by combining our Lip Line and Lip Blush techniques.
BPL with Lip Blush
Create the illusion of natural volume with Lip Blush, our most popular of the lip tattoo treatments. By lining the lip then softly blending long-lasting conceal color and shade towards the center of the lip the look of natural volume is amazing.
BPL with Lip Line
Lip Line can correct a lip shape and symmetry as well as transform the lips, giving a naturally fuller look that is more defined, and therefore more youthful.
Frequently asked questions
Is permanent makeup similar to tattooing?
Is permanent makeup a safe procedure?
Is there any discomfort associated with the procedure?