Cosmetic Procedures



Permanent makeup is a big world, so I’d like to help! Here are some frequent questions & answers that may help you navigate my wonderful world of permanent makeup!

Permanent Makeup or Semi-permanent makeup is a form of cosmetic tattooing which involves depositing pigment into the upper dermal layer of the skin with tiny, steralized needles. Permanent makeup can be also known as micropigmentation or microblading. Now, there are many different techniques that fall under permanent makeup like, lip blush, eyeliner, or nano needling, thanks to advancing technology in the permanent makeup industry!

I take my passion very seriously! I just love what I do, and I love to further my education on all things beauty and permanent makeup. For that reason, I have traveled across the globe to learn leading permanent makeup techniques that I know my clients would love. For instance, check out Elaine Campin, Zoe Hughes, Aniela Korabinka, Olena Oliynyk, Mary Richardson and finally; Teryn Darling; these are just some of the pmu professionals that I’ve trained with.

The pmu industry utilizes an array of tools & equipment. the tools & equipment a specific pmu artist might posses will vary, even more so depending on the type of services they offer. While, for Nano Needling & Powdered Brows, I like to use a machine by FK IRONS & pigments by Tina Davies. There are other permanent makeup artist that may have a totally different of product line & tools that they use.

Yes I do! Check out this page to learn more about my nano needling training. Also, if you want more information on how you can become a permanent makeup artist and see my course outline – click here!



The first part of the process is a consultation in order to understand your expectations and what is suitable for you face. We will draw a shape that is suitable for you and pick the right pigment. We will not begin the semi-permanent tattoo process until you are 100% satisfied with what they are going to look like. Consent form will have to be filled.

During the treatment for your comfort we will apply a topical anesthetic to numb the area. Dermatologically tested high grade pigments will be implanted using the finest needle in the market along with computerized machine into the skin. After a brow treatment you should expect the area to look roughly 40-50% darker then the color you have chosen during the consultation. Fading will start to occur 4-5 days later.

Written aftercare instruction will be given to you immediately after the procedure, along with the aftercare product.

You will be booked 4-6 weeks for first perfection visit (see above) complete the final touches.

Consultation along with the procedure will take approximately 2.5 hours.