Permanent MakeUp Artist-
This industry has exploded in 2019 making a huge come back with the introduction of Microblading. Microblading is a technique that uses a specialized blade and specialized pigment that gets deposited into the epidermis of the skin. This relatively new technique enables artists to create the appearance of real eyebrow hair. The Permanent Makeup trend did not end there, it was only the beginning. Soon came Powder Brows, Ombre Brows, Lash Enhancement Tattoo, Eyeliner Tattoo, & the most recent Lip Blush Tattoo. Some Permanent Makeup artists are turning to other procedures like Scalp Micropigmentation and Areola Restoration. This industry is booming with so much growth potential.
this technique uses a hand held permanent make up machine and different size needles to achieve a “powdered” eyebrow look. This finished product is comparative to make up versus hairlike strokes achieved from microblading.
The only difference between ombre brows and powder brows is the choice of color. Ombre’s signature feature is the brow starts out lighter towards the center of the brow and gets darker towards the tail. This technique also uses a hand held machine and different size needles.
Lash Enhancement Tattoo-
This treatment involves tattooing a light black line of ink across the lashline. Think of it as a light permanent eyeliner but with a more natural finish. The tattoo can be added to your top or lower lashline, or both. This technique also uses a hand held machine and different size needles.
This treatment involves tattooing a smokey black line of ink across and slightly above the lashline to give a more dramatic look. The tattoo can be added to your top or lower lashline, or both. This technique also uses a hand held machine and different size needles.
Lip Blush Tattoo-
Lip Blush looks a lot like a sheer lip stain — the kind of color you might naturally flaunt. That will last you anywhere from three to five years. The whole process takes about two hours and also uses a hand held machine and different needle sizes.
This technique is used to camouflage baldness by creating faux stubble through the use of a hand held machine and different needles. More and more men are turning to this procedure. This procedure does not stimulate hair growth.
For those who have undergone a mastectomy, or any other types of breast surgery and have scarring or no nipple/areola whatsoever, this is the treatment for you. This technique uses a machine, different needles, and pigments to create a nipple/areola or to camouflage existing scars on or around your existing areola.