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Permanent Cosmetic Makeup2018-03-10T16:38:57+00:00

Permanent Cosmetic Makeup

Permanent Cosmetics Artist Checklist

When looking for a Orange County Permanent Cosmetics Artist make sure they are Certified in Permanent Cosmetics, Licensed and Permitted by the Board of Health in your area, OSHA mandated Bloodborne Pathogens For Body Artists Certified (Protecting you from Hepatitis, Herpes, HIV, and more), and Permanent Cosmetics Licensed and Insured.

Also known, as “Micropigmentation” is a technique in which pigment is implanted into the surface of the epidermis and dermis for shape and beauty enhancement.

We use the highest quality of dyes and the only kind used in U.S.A A patch test is done to minimize and eliminate possible allergic reactions which makes PMU (Permanent Make-Up) a great alternative for women who normally get make-up allergies.

Who is NOT recommended for Permanent Cosmetics:

  • Under the age 18 years old
  • Any serious health problems
  • Blood Thinners
  • Skin Disorders
  • Diabetes
  • Pregnant or Nursing
  • Epilepsy
  • Skin Irritations like Psoriaosis, Eczema
  • Botox within two weeks prior to treatment
  • Organ Transplant
  • Tendency to “Keloid” scarring
  • Accutane the past year
  • Viral Infections or Diseases
  • Flu, Cold
  • Chemotherapy

What to expect during the procedure:

  • Before beginning the procedure, anesthetizing or using an anesthetic cream solution is applied to minimize pain and discomfort.
  • Detailed Consultation is a must in each procedure
  • Deciding the desired shape and choosing the right color is discussed before the procedure with the client.
  • We begin the procedure

What to expect after the procedure:

  • When the procedure is completed some swelling usually occurs. This is natural and can be water or an ice pack.
  • A mild “lifting” or scabbing usually occurs in three to five days. In some cases, a touch-up may be required and is done 4-6 weeks later.

Powder Fill Eyebrows (brows tattoo) – $300

Save time and look good with perfectly filled brows! No more spending too much of your time filling them in the morning. This new technique works by applying pigment on the top layers of the epidermis using a permanent cosmetic machine. By applying color or pigment on top layers of the skin, this gives you the soft, powdery look allowing it to look as natural as possible.

What to expect during the procedure:

  • We begin by applying anesthetic cream on the treated area to numb, minimize pain and discomfort.
  • We then begin consultation with the client.
  • We choose and decide the shape and color with client’s permission and approval.
  • We begin procedure.

Important Reminder:

  • Contact Lenses should be removed prior to the eyebrow or eyeliner procedures. Clients should bring glasses to wear afterwards if needed.
  • Those who are prone to dry eyes may need more lubrication during and after the procedures.
  • Post Procedure Instructions:
  • After the permanent make-up procedure, it is natural for swelling to occur. If swelling persists, continue with cold compresses and apply petrolatum ointment.
  • DO NOT get you new brows wet for at least 14 days!
  • DO NOT soak treated area in a hot tub, sauna, and swimming pool for at least 14 days.
  • Colors may appear darker immediately following the procedure. Pigments usually scab after 3 to 5 days.
  • WARNING Chlorine, exfoliating creams and exposure to sun will cause colors to fade.
  • AVOID Retin-A, Retinol, AHA, Glycolic and other peels for 8 weeks after the permanent make-up procedure.
  • DO NOT pick, rub or cleanse the area with soap or cleanser for one week Allow the scab to flake off naturally. As the healing progresses, colors will soften to its true color.
  • We recommend lightly rinsing your face and showering with low-pressure water.
  • Apply a small dosage of antibiotic cream such as “Neosporin” twice a day on eyebrows and/or eyeliner.
  • If allergic to antibiotic cream, use Vaseline or petrolatum U.S.P

 FAILURE TO FOLLOW POST-PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONS MAY CAUSE LOSS OF PIGMENT, DISCOLORATION, OR INFECTION.

Permanent Eyeliner – $250

Never fades or smear, and never needs touch-ups. Saves you time, great for workouts, swimming, etc. You will look naturally beautiful day and night.

What to expect during the procedure:

  • We begin with consultation
  • We apply anesthetic cream on treated area to numb, minimize pain and discomfort.
  • We determine how thick or thin including the style of eyeliner with the permission and approval of the client.
  • We begin the procedure.

Important Reminder:

  • Contact Lenses should be removed prior to the eyebrow or eyeliner procedures. Clients should bring glasses to wear afterwards if needed.
  • Those who are prone to dry eyes may need more lubrication during and after the procedures.
  • Post Procedure Instructions:
  • After the permanent make-up procedure, it is natural for swelling to occur. If eyes are still sore after arriving home, client may apply a cold compress in a sitting position, not lying down. Lying down will cause the eye area to swell.
  • Applying an ice pack to the treated area every 10 to 15 minutes will minimize swelling and aid in healing.
  • Client should clean the permanent eyeliner area with cold water if needed.
  • Some itching and fading is normal.
  • DO NOT get the treated area wet for atleast 14 days!
  • DO NOT soak treated area in a hot tub, sauna, swimming pool for atleast 14 days.
  • Colors may appear darker immediately following the procedure. Pigments usually scab after 3 to 5 days.
  • WARNING: Chlorine, exfoliating creams and exposure to sun will cause colors to fade.
  • AVOID Retin-A, Glycolic and other peels for 8 weeks after the permanent make-up procedure.
  • DO NOT pick, rub or cleanse the area with soap or cleanser for one week Allow the scab to flake off naturally. As the healing progresses, colors will soften to its true color.
  • We recommend lightly rinsing your face and showering with low pressure water.
  • Apply a small dosage of antibiotic cream such as “Neosporin” twice a day on eyebrows and/or eyeliner.
  • If allergic to antibiotic cream, use Vaseline or petrolatum U.S.P

FAILURE TO FOLLOW POST-PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONS MAY CAUSE LOSS OF PIGMENT, DISCOLORATION, OR INFECTION.

Permanent Lip Liner – $265

A lipliner is applied to prevent “bleeding lipstick” as well as to reshape and uneven lipline or conceal scarring. A fuller lipline can be created for that “voluptuous look”.

What to expect during the procedure:

  • We begin with consultation
  • We apply anesthetic cream on treated area to numb, minimize pain and discomfort.
  • We determine how thick or thin including the color with the permission and approval of the client.
  • We begin the procedure.

Important Reminder:

  • People prone to cold sores, herpes and fever CANNOT get this procedure. Please inform your Esthetician about this.

Post Procedure Instructions:

  • After the permanent make-up procedure, it is natural for swelling to occur.
  • Client should keep the compress on the area for one day. If the lips are sore or dry after arriving home, client can apply Liprotek or antibiotic ointment or another soothing balm.
  • Using sunscreen with at least SPF 25 will protect the lip color from fading.
  • Applying an ice pack to the treated area every 10 to 15 minutes will minimize swelling and aid in healing.
  • DO NOT drink or eat salty, chili, spicy or hot temperature food like (hot coffee, soup & tea)
  • Some itching and fading is normal.
  • DO NOT get the treated area wet for at least 14 days!
  • DO NOT soak treated area in a hot tub, sauna, and swimming pool for at least 14 days.
  • Colors may appear darker immediately following the procedure. Pigments usually scab after 3 to 5 days.
  • WARNING: Chlorine, exfoliating creams and exposure to sun will cause colors to fade.
  • AVOID Retin-A, Glycolic and other peels for 8 weeks after the permanent make-up procedure.
  • DO NOT pick, rub or cleanse the area with soap or cleanser for one week Allow the scab to flake off naturally. As the healing progresses, colors will soften to its true color.
  • We recommend lightly rinsing your face and showering with low-pressure water.
  • Apply a small dosage of antibiotic cream such as “Neosporin” twice a day on eyebrows and/or eyeliner.
  • If allergic to antibiotic cream, use Vaseline or petrolatum U.S.P

 FAILURE TO FOLLOW POST-PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONS MAY CAUSE LOSS OF PIGMENT, DISCOLORATION, OR INFECTION.

Permanent Lip Color – $350

Wake up with naturally rosy lips with permanent lipcolor, enhances the shape of your lips by making them fuller and rosier that doesn’t smear and smudge.

What to expect during the procedure:

  • We begin with consultation
  • We apply anesthetic cream on treated area to numb, minimize pain and discomfort.
  • We determine how thick or thin including different lip color variations to choose from with the permission and approval of the client.

Important Reminder:

  • People prone to cold sores, herpes and fever CONNOT get this procedure. Please inform your Esthetician about this.

Post Procedure Instructions:

  • After the permanent make-up procedure, it is natural for swelling to occur.
  • Client should keep the compress on the area for one day. If the lips are sore or dry after arriving home, client can apply Liprotek or antibiotic ointment or another soothing balm.
  • Using sunscreen with at least SPF 25 will protect the lip color from fading.
  • Applying an ice pack to the treated area every 10 to 15 minutes will minimize swelling and aid in healing.
  • DO NOT drink or eat salty, chili, spicy or hot temperature food like (hot coffee, soup & tea)
  • Some itching and fading is normal.
  • DO NOT get the treated area wet for at least 14 days!
  • DO NOT soak treated area in a hot tub, sauna, and swimming pool for at least 14 days.
  • Colors may appear darker immediately following the procedure. Pigments usually scab after 3 to 5 days.
  • WARNING: Chlorine, exfoliating creams and exposure to sun will cause colors to fade.
  • AVOID Retin-A, Glycolic and other peels for 8 weeks after the permanent make-up procedure.
  • DO NOT pick, rub or cleanse the area with soap or cleanser for one week Allow the scab to flake off naturally. As the healing progresses, colors will soften to its true color.
  • We recommend lightly rinsing your face and showering with low-pressure water.
  • Apply a small dosage of antibiotic cream such as “Neosporin” twice a day on eyebrows and/or eyeliner.
  • If allergic to antibiotic cream, use Vaseline or petrolatum U.S.P
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