Permanent Makeup, also called micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, is a procedure in which natural pigments are inserted into the skin. Special equipment and pigments are used for this procedure, which is performed under local anesthetic. Permanent cosmetics provide a solution to those with allergies to cosmetics, thinning brows or lashes, chemotherapy and alopecia patients, those with oily skin which causes makeup to smudge, or those with active lifestyles.
Our Permanent Makeup Artists are Morgan Seipel and Chelsea Saneholtz. Portfolios of their work are available for viewing during your consultation. The consultation is required prior to the procedure. The $50 fee for the consultation will be deducted from the total cost.
Permanent eyeliner enhances the eyes and can even make lashes look thicker. It is a great solution for those who may have trouble applying eyeliner, those who have trouble with liner that smudges, or anyone who has allergies or sensitive eyes. Permanent eyeliner for patients with vision loss or unsteady hands can also be beneficial. The color and thickness of the line can be customized to your needs.
Eyebrows are an important feature of the face, creating balance and symmetry with the rest of the features. Permanent makeup can enhance the shape and fullness of the brows by just filling in small areas, or the brows can be totally recreated for those who may have very sparse brows or none at all. Permanent eyebrows are a wonderful solution for patients with alopecia or those going through chemotherapy.
Permanent makeup for the lips can give more fullness and definition to the mouth and can correct an uneven lip line. A natural tone or a more visible color pigment can be used to meet your preference.
Who doesn’t want longer eyelashes? Perfect before a big event or even everyday wear, this semi-permanent procedure enhances the thickness and length of your natural lashes. Lash extensions should only be applied by a professional, and each lash is adhered one by one to your natural lashes using a long-lasting adhesive. Since your eyelashes have a natural growth and shedding cycle, your extensions will need to be touched up every two to three weeks. Our aesthetician Morgan Seipel has taken advanced training in lash extensions, and is a Certified Lash Stylist.