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Permanent Make Up Frequently Asked Questions


We are happy to discuss any questions you may have. 
It is very important for all your questions to be answered prior to your procedure
being done. 


Below is a list of most Frequently Asked Question, however if you have a question
that is not addressed here, please call. Our number is 623 810-7557 
            




  •  Does it hurt?  The degree of discomfort during a procedure is dependent of several factors.  Your unique body pain threshold, the location of the procedure being performed, the use of anesthetics and the skill of the technician.
  •  Is the Procedure Safe?  Permanent cosmetics are safe when: A trained technician provides services to those who are screened and deemed to be good candidates for tattooing, a device that is engineered to prevent cross-contamination is used and the technician follows Bloodborne Pathogens Standard precautions, pigments formulated with safe ingredients are used, the technician properly counsels the client to care for the procedure(s) during the healing process.
  •  How long does a Procedure take?  This depends on the procedure being performed.  Typically appointments are scheduled of 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours, many times depending if the consultation is scheduled to be discussed at the same appointment before beginning the procedure.  Time for applying design guides and topical anesthetics factors into the time allotted.  Topical anesthetics normally take anywhere from fifteen to forty-five minutes to be effective, the actual time spent applying the permanent cosmetic procedure consumes only a minimal portion of the time for the entire appointment.   The completion and review of forms, the taking of photographs and discussions regarding aftercare maintenance are also tasks that take time.
  •  Are permanent cosmetics like tattoos?  Permanent cosmetics/makeup is cosmetic tattooing.
  •  Can I change it? The degree of permanency does vary from client to client because their bodies and lifestyles are unique.  Color can fade due to numerous factors including excessive exposure to the sun, or from other forms of ultraviolet rays, unique body chemistry, medical conditions, facial care maintenance program and products used.  Natural fading does not constitute disappearing. Permanent cosmetics are permanent. Removal processes are not always effective. 
  •  Is it easy to remove?  Tattooing is permanent.  There are many elements involved with a successful removal, such as the color used, the size of the tattoo, the location of the tattoo, etc. The answer to this question is "it depends". If possible to remove the tattoo, it generally will take several visits over an extended period of time.
  •  Why do you ask so many medical questions?  Your safety is our first priority.  Many people with medical conditions can safely undergo permanent cosmetic procedures, however often it is required to have a consultation with your doctor, who may prescribe medicines to protect you.
  •  Why am I not a good candidate for Permanent Cosmetics when I am pregnant or nursing?   Women who are pregnant or nursing are advised to wait to have procedures done.  There may be associated risks with the mothers immune system being low during pregnancy and nursing, and the risk of infection is higher.  Anesthetics used during the procedure are absorbed into the skin and can pass to the child.  Some women get quite large during their pregnancy and may find it difficult to position themselves on the procedure bed and or to lie down for long periods of time.
  •  Why does my medical condition require a Doctors consultation and release?  Some medical conditions may make you more susceptible to infection or other side effects.  Your Doctor may want you to take medication prior to or during your procedure.  To ensure your safety we require a Doctors release if you have any of the following: Mitral Valve Prolapse (MVP), areas of Vitiligo, Alopecia, Diabetes, Hypertension, Trichotillomania (TTM), Glaucoma (for eyeliner procedure only), Skin Cancer or other skin conditions, Herpes - requires antiviral medication (for lip procedures only)
  •  Who are the people who benefit most from permanent cosmetics?  Anyone of legal age, who is healthy, and not pregnant or nursing can benefit from permanent cosmetic services.   People with allergies to topical makeup, those who have dexterity and eyesight challenges, those who must look their very best at all times for professional purpose or have lost their confidence in their appearance due to the maturing process can experience the pleasure of permanent cosmetics.  A person who has scarring from congenital cleft lip surgical repair can benefit from the definition acquired with a lip liner procedure.  Women who have undergone a mastectomy seek re-pigmentation of the areola after reconstructive breast surgery.  People with medical conditions such as alopeica to restore the illusion of eyebrows, many times they will also ask for eyeliner to give more definition to their eyes in the absence of eyelashes.  The benefits are endless and very client specific. 





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