Permanent Make Up/ Cosmetic Tattooing/ Micropigmentation/Microblading is the application of pigment to the eyes, lips, eyebrows or other areas of the face to simulate make up. The intention of permanent make up is to give a soft, natural look, or correct scars or other asymmetrical feature of the face, or create natural looking enhancement. Traditional make up can always be applied over your permanent make up to achieve a more dramatic look.
Numbing creams are used to minimize any discomfort. Women all over the world are using PMU to achieve an every day make up look without having to apply traditional make up every morning.
Permanent Makeup is a personal and individual experience. I take time to develop a color and design with you to meet you specific style preferences.
Colors are custom created to create limitless shades!
All portfolio images shown are my work and show a variety of client preferences in shape, size, style and color.
*All prices include consultation, initial visit, aftercare products and 1 follow-up session*


All shades of red, orange and pink
Can be subtle or bold

Lip Liner or  Enhancement (Lip Contour)  $450
(defined lip liner around the edges of the lip with soft color graduation to give the appearance of fuller, plumper lips)

Full lip color/Lip Blush/3D Lips $500
Bold lip color, natural blush color or a dimensional lip color of your choice

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*Follow-Ups:  Tattooing is not an exact science and no one can know how each individual person will take to the pigments.  Permanent Makeup pigments and techniques are designed to heal soft and natural looking, therefore it is necessary to evaluate the PMU at a follow up appointment to address any issues such as fading, color correction or shape.  Touch-ups may be due to loss of pigment, fading/lightening, or adjustment of color.  Your follow up must be scheduled  no less than 4 weeks and no longer than 3 months after your  initial procedure.  After 3 months touch-ups , color and shape changes are done at an additional charge.