All Micro pigmentation Procedures

Permanent makeup is considered micro pigmentation, similar to tattoos. It involves using a needle to place pigmented granules beneath the upper layers of the skin. Tattooing and medical restoration, which corrects imperfections from scars and vitiligo (lack of natural pigmentation in the skin), are similar procedures. These include

·      Eyebrows

·      Lip liner, Lip Color, and Blend

·      Treating cold sore


  • We encourage you to come in with your eyebrows, as you would normally wear it.

Lip Procedures

  • Lip treatment initiates with a consultation with the client, regarding the shape and color of their own choice. We ensure the satisfaction of our customers in every case by explaining to them the procedure of implanting color round the lips and any harmful effects it causes. So the customers could live their lives even more beautifully.

  • We offer lip treatments like defining lips, toning the uneven lips, making the shape symmetrical, and treating thin lips and much more.

  • If you have cold scores/fever blasters/herpes simples or have had one in the past you will need an antiviral prescription from your doctor before any lip procedure. Physicians normally instruct to take the medication 2 days prior and 4 days after the procedure.

  • Avoid long lasting lipstick or lip stain for 1 week prior to lip procedure

Eyeliner Procedures

  • Do not use Latisse or lash growing products for at least 2 weeks before the procedure

When should you postpone procedures?

  • If you are nursing or pregnant.

  • If you have had an Accutane treatment for acne within 1 year.

Who Should Avoid Microblading and Permanent Makeup

Under age 18 Liver disease
Epilepsy HIV
Hepatitis Cancer in the past 6 months
Chemical or laser peel within 6 weeks HA preparations in the past 2 weeks
All types injections (1 month before and after treatment); Hypertrophic scars
Keloid scars Moles in brows area
Birthmarks in brows area Healing problems
Eczema Psoriasis
Severe acne in the brow area Minor skin conditions in brow area
Serious heart disorders Blood infections
Autoimmune disease Hyper-pigmentation
Using Retinoids past 6 months Sunburn
The area is already damaged or the irritations are visible.

Pregnant or Breastfeeding moms. Wait 6 months after to have permanent makeup