Our teeth whitening service can lift up to 20 shades in 1 session.
Fillers restore lost volume and help contour the face. As we age, our bodies stop producing collagen and elastin, both of which are needed for youthful skin. Fillers are formulated with hyaluronic acid which keeps our skin hydrated and plump! *A consultation is needed.
Botox is injected into muscles and used to temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe forehead lines, crow’s feet, and frown lines between the eyebrows. This procedure is quick and comfortable. *A consultation is needed.
Dermaplaning is a method of exfoliation that uses a scalpel to gently scrape off the top layer of dead skin cells & vellus hair (peach fuzz) revealing a smoother & brighter complexion.
Microneedling is a procedure that uses several tiny needles to penetrate the skin, creating tiny injuries. This signals your body’s natural healing powers which, in return, creates new collagen and new skin tissue.
A procedure that uses saline solution to lighten or remove permanent makeup or tattoos. *A consult appointment is necessary for body tattoos.
Corrective permanent makeup to fix pervious permanent makeup. *A consultation is needed. There is no guarantee previous work can be corrected.
CORRECTIVE Permanent Makeup
A touch up service for existing clients.
Lip blush touch up
A semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo service that uses a soft tint of color to enhance the shape and natural lip color. *Color will be determined at time of consult.
A touch up service for existing clients.
eyeliner touch up
A semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo service that delicately applies eyeliner to upper and/or lower lash line, giving a natural look that enhances the eye shape. *Heavier, thicker eyeliner can be discussed at appointment.
A required touch up at 6-8 weeks is needed after initial procedure.
brow touch up
A semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo service that uses a combination of hair strokes and soft shading with a machine. This adds dimension to create a natural full brow.
A semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo service that creates a natural, airbrushed brow without hair strokes. This brow is best for those who prefer to look like they have makeup up.
A semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo service that uses a machine technique to create ultra-fine hair strokes with a nano needle to replicate the look of real hair.
Permanent cosmetics is the process of implanting ink into the skin with ultra-fine disposable needle configurations with specially formulated pigments designed for the face, implanting into the first layer of skin.
Everyone has different pain tolerance. A medical grade topical anesthetic is applied prior to procedure to ensure comfort and keep pain at a minimum.
You must be 18 years of age for permanent makeup.
We factor in consult time and numbing time, Appointment time can vary from 1-2.5 hours.
Most clients require a touch-up session at least 4 weeks after the first session. The touch up appointment is the perfecting session.
It is important to maintain your permanent makeup annually to keep them fresh as well as keeping the color fresh. Permanent makeup can last 1-3 years depending on exposure to the sun, lifestyle and skin type. Oily skin tends to fade quicker than dry skin.
Anyone with the following medical conditions/considerations is NOT a good candidate for permanent cosmetics:
· Undergoing Chemotherapy (PLEASE consult with your Oncologist)- Must have written permission to undergo any type of micropigmentation during chemo treatments.
· Viral infections
· Had Botox or chemical peels within 14 days of appointment
· Had an organ transplant
· Signs/symptoms of a cold or FLU (cough, fever, chills, runny nose)
· Used Accutane in the past 6 months.
· Currently on Steroids, Cortisone or using Retin-A
· Pregnant and lactating women
· Taking blood thinners (aspirin, heparin, coumadin, eliquis, etc.)- Must have permission from your doctor if taking any blood thinning medications
· Skin diseases (Psoriasis, Eczema, undiagnosed rashes or blisters, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation)
· Any allergies to benzocaine, lidocaine, tetracaine, epinephrine (most topical anesthetics used contain these)