Permanent Cosmetics is the most natural way to look your best. Professionals specializing in the SofTap® hand method use 100% disposable hand tools to gently and delicately implant permanent color into the skin. This method is non-invasive, highly controlled, and produces the most natural looks you will ever see in permanent makeup.
Eyebrows – $400.00
Upper eyeliner – $260.00
Lower eyeliner – $250.00
Both upper and lower eyeliner – $450.00
Lip liner – $400.00
Full lips – $650.00
– If possible, do not take aspirin or other blood thinners 5-6 days before the procedure to prevent bleeding. Non aspirin pain relievers may be taken up one hour prior to the procedure. *** Important Note: Do NOT discontinue any necessary for your health!
– Avoid alcohol 24 hours prior to the procedure to prevent bleeding.
– If you have a condition that requires you to take antibiotics before dental visit, you must check with your doctor to determine if antibiotics are needed for permanent cosmetics.
– If you are worried about your appearance, do not make social plans for the day of your procedure.
– Hair removal may be done 24 hours prior to your procedure (ex: tweezing, waxing, etc.). Permanent hair removal should not be done five days before or after the procedure.
– Botox and skin plumping injections such as Restylane may alter the shape of permanent cosmetics. You must wait until these treatments have worn off ( usually 6 months)
– Skin treatments such as Retin-A that thin the skin in the procedure area must be discontinued for at least 30 days prior to the procedure. Check with your dermatologist about specific medications.
– Accutane uses must be off of accutane for at least one year.
– Procedures cannot be performed over fresh sunburns, including those caused by tanning beds. You must wait until the burn heals.
– Patch testing of pigment is recommended before the full procedure.
– Do not use lash growth serums / products for at least one week before and after eyeliner procedures.
– Apply Recover- All ( or other provided ointment) sparingly two times per day for one week following the procedure using a clean cotton swab each time; not your fingertips. The ointment is used to prevent infection and minimize crusting. Apply a thin layer to prevent excessive dryness, and use a clean cotton swab for each dip into the ointment, not double dipping!
– Stay out of the sun. If you must be outside, wear a hat and sunscreen.
– Ice may be applied the first day following the procedure for 10-15 minutes per hour for a couple hours, use a clean tissue to cover the ice bag each time.
– Avoid exercise that causes sweating for 2-3 days.
– Avoid contact with water (bathing pools, etc.) for 24 hours; afterwards you may gently clean the area with a mild soap and water as needed. Try to avoid water in the procedure area as much as possible until the procedure heals.
– Avoid make up, lash/ brow tints, and other facial treatments until the procedure heals (5-6 days). Very gentle facial washes and treatments are acceptable after 24 hours as long as the procedure area is avoided.
– Avoid gardening and contact with animals for two weeks following the procedure to prevent infection.
– Avoid any clothing that may irritate the procedure area.
– Your permanent cosmetics will begin to turn darker immediately for the next 3-4 days. After this, the color will settle back to the original color you chose.
– It is normal for some people to have pigment scab or flake off. It is also normal if it does not. Fading or loss of pigment may occur during healing. There should be pigment under the skin where the pigment has flaked off. If there is no pigment underneath, you may need a touch up.
– Color intensity is high immediately after the procedure. Over the next 2-3 weeks, the color may lighten up by 50%.
– Pigment may come off on your pillow while you sleep, and may stain linens. Use a clean cover that you won’t mind staining if this happens.
– Symptoms of infection or adverse reaction may or may not occur. They include: excessive redness, swelling, tenderness of procedure site, elevated body temperature, rash, or purulent drainage from procedure site. If you experience symptoms of infection or adverse reaction, seek medical attention immediately. Please not that some redness, swelling, and tenderness is normal.
– You may or may not be allowed to give blood for 1 year following your procedure depending on your state, see your donation specialist for details.