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Eyebrows Makeup



How long does it last?

Semi Permanent Makeup can last up to 2 years. We recommend a 12-18 months color boost to keep your brows looking fresh.

How does touch ups work?

A color boost may be needed 6 weeks after initial procedure to make some corrections to any areas where your brows may have faded. This is also your chance to ask if you can make your new brows ticker or darker.

How long is the process?

We want to make sure that everyone leaves satisfied with their new brows. We allot 4 hours to make sure that the procedure is done correctly. We give you enough time to become comfortable with your new brow shape before proceeding with doing the service.

Does it hurt?

Though we cannot guarantee full numbing, we do make sure that everyone is comfortable throughout the entire process by applying numbing cream before and during the process.

What is the aftercare?

I recommend applying a small amount of AD ointment twice a day. You MUST stay out of the sun, sauna, water, no exessive working out for at least 10 days. Avoid chlorine, exfoliation creams, and sun exposure; they may cause your color to fade.

Who is ineligible for the procedure?

Anyone under 18 years old, pregnant or nursing, if you have diabetes, glaucoma, skin diseases such as Shingles, psoriasis or eczema on the area of treatment, allergies to makeup, Keloid disorder, HIV/Hepatitis, skin cancer, hemophilia, or if you're taking skin medications like ro-accutaine and steroids. If you are on blood thinners, ibuprofen, or any medications that thin your blood this isn’t for you.

Our work

We cannot service you if you are on any of these: 

  • Under the age of 18

  • Pregnant/breatfeeding

  • Lexapro

  • Adderall

  • Hemophilia- bleeding disorder

  • MRSA (Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) infection

  • Keloid Scarring

  • Heart conditions/Pacemaker/Defibrillator/Stint

  • Accutane- must be off for 1 year before getting it done

  • Advil, Aleve,  Motrin & Excedrin

  • Apixaban 

  • Dabigatran

  • Eczema, Psoriasis, or Rosacea on or near the brows

  • Lupus

  • Chemotherapy or Radiation Treatments

  • Edoxaban

  • Birthmark or mole on or near the brows

  • Heparin

  • Breakout, open wound, 

  • Cold Sores

  • Recently received lip fillers in the past 3 weeks

  • Rivaroxaban


  • Warfarin

  • Uncontrolled diabetes or High Blood Pressure

  • Minomycin (or any other Tetracycline- related medication)

  • Any Blood Thinners ( please consult with your doctor and provide us with medication name)

  • Anti-rejection medication

Taking certain medications can effect your skin and the way it heals. Taking many different medications at once will also make it harder to predict the effectiveness of a semi permanent make-up procedure.

The following medications will prevent proper pigment retention and if you take any of these regularly, you should NOT get permanent makeup:

  • Triflusal (Disgren)

  • Clopidogrel (Plavix)

  • Prasugrel (Effient)

  • Ticagrelor (Brilinta)

  • Ticlopidine (Ticlid)

  • Cilostazol (Pletal)

  • Vorapaxar (Zontivity)

  • Dipyridamole (Persantine)

  • Coumadin

  • Pradaxia (Dabigatran)

  • Xarelto (Rivaroxaban)

  • Eliquis (Apixaban)

  • Savaysa (Edoxaban)

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