Imagine never having smeared or disappearing make up again!
More and more women are discovering the benefits of this exciting
procedure such as the professional who wants a "worry
free" fresh look, avoiding the hassle and time of
reapplication. Older women with poor eyesight and unsteady
hands find permanent cosmetics very beneficial. Women who
exercise, travel, swim or camp want to look their best even under
the most active conditions.
Ophthalmologists recommend procedures for those who are allergic
to conventional make up or wear contact lenses. After
surgical procedures, women can use permanent color techniques to
camouflage scars or to enhance reconstructive surgery.
What could be better than to wake up in the morning looking as
lovely as you did the evening before? Many woman chose to
have a natural look and dress it up with traditional make up when
they want a more dramatic evening look.. But, what ever procedures
are desired, permanent make up can create a polished or subtle
Modern permanent cosmetics is fairly recent, but the concept dates
back to ancient Egypt. Over the last 12 years, the industry
has grown rapidly in popularity. However, because this is
such a new field, you must do your research before choosing a
To choose a technician go for an interview at their office.
Ask about their background. Do they keep up with their
continuing education? Do they belong to associations
relating to this field? Evaluate the cleanliness of their
office and determine if they use heat sterilization on all
equipment. Do they run a professional practice? Ask to see
before and after pictures of their work. Tell the technician
what you are interested in having done and listen to their
ideas. Did they listen and properly respond to your
requests? Do you feel comfortable communicating with
them? And finally, are they licensed by the Texas Health
Department? Prices may range from $225-$495 for a single
procedure. Never choose a technician based on price
alone. Base your decision on their competence.
Permament Cosmetics FAQ's
have heard about permanent cosmetics and wondered what it is all
about. Let me take this time to answer some of your questions.
"What does 'permanent' mean?"
Permanent cosmetics last for many years. The post-care
procedures are very important to the longevity of the color
pigmentation and penetration. This is a permanent procedure.
You may see some fading over time, as with all tattoos. Again,
the importance is how well you take care of the treated area.
We apply a topical anesthetic cream prior to the procedure and a
more activated cream during the procedure.
"How long does the procedure take?"
Each new procedure takes one full hour. If you choose to have
2-3 procedures done at the same time as many clients do, please
allow 2-3 full hours. All individual touch-ups take one hour.
Two touch-ups take 1 1/2 hours and three touch-ups take 2 1/2 hours.
"Does it really make a big enough difference in my
appearance and beauty routine?"
Absolutely! If you apply make-up on a daily basis, you already
know the difference it makes in your personal appearance. The
"beauty" of permanent cosmetics is that it takes the place of
your normal make-up application and routine.
"Every day, I get up, look in the mirror, and see a beautiful
face. My eyeliner doesn't flake or rub off throughout the day.
My eyebrows are perfectly shaped and filled-in. My lips always
look full and gorgeous. I am very happy I chose to have
permanent cosmetics applied by Laura!" -One happy client!
"Do men have permanent cosmetic procedures?"
Yes! Laura has many male clients. Some have a condition known
as "Alopecia," which is the loss of hair. Laura makes small
hair strokes on the brow area-making it look more like a natural
brow. Other cosmetic procedures are performed on the male
clients such as lash enhancement, which is tiny little dots
placed between the lashes, eyelash perms, eyelash tints, eyebrow
tints, and more. Call us to inquire about your requested