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What is Permanent Makeup?
Permanent Makeup is a simple, non-surgical cosmetic technique that allows color pigments to be placed into the dermal layer of the skin using multiple fine probes. The finest ingredients of organic and inorganic compounds formulate the hypo-allergenic and fade resistant pigments, with a vast selection of colors available for virtually every skin tone.

Who can benefit from Permanent Makeup?
Permanent makeup can benefit people with active lifestyles who simply want the ease and convenience of permanent cosmetics. It can also benefit people with visual impairment, or unsteady or arthritic hands. People who suffer from allergies to conventional cosmetics or have hay fever, watery eyes or contact lenses can also reap the benefit of permanent makeup. Those affected by Alopecia, little or no brow hair and/or sparse lashes can achieve lasting and dramatic results. Permanent makeup is also helpful for minimizing scars resulting from accidents, trauma or surgery.

What procedures are offered?
We offer eyebrow and eyeliner, scar camouflaging and areola pigmentation and restoration procedures and tattoo removal.

How safe is this procedure?
With the use of state-of-the-art digital equipment and sterile disposable single use cartridges, it is very safe. All work is done under proper sanitary conditions. All other equipment is either discarded after use, or commercially sterilized according to the strict guidelines set by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Are the procedures painful?
Through the use of topical numbing agents, pain is minimized. Some clients have compared it to plucking eyebrows. Some may feel a slight scratching or vibration. The anesthetics used greatly reduce any discomfort. Pam’s theory is, “Pain is not our friend!”

How long does it take?
The average appointment time is approximately two hours for the first procedure; known as the saturation visit. A follow up visit six weeks later will focus on detail or finishing touches.