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"New" Permanent Makeup Procedures
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CLIENTS WHO HAVE HAD PERMANENT MAKEUP PERFORMED BY ANOTHER TECHNICIAN WILL BE CHARGED THE FULL PRICE OF A "NEW" PROCEDURE. NO EXCEPTIONS!
| "NEW" PERMANENT MAKEUP PRICING
* All New Procedures Require Two Visits *
"3D" Hairstroke Eyebrows - $595
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Soft Powder Eyebrows - $595
Feather Stroke Eyebrows - $595
FULL Eyeliner - $595
Only Upper- $450
Only Lower- $350
French Design: Add $100
Dramatic Design: Add $100
Two Colors: Add $100
Blended Lipliner- $695
Lip Color - $895
Areola Re-Pigmentation - Call for Consultation
COLOR "REFRESHER" PRICE LIST
Permanent Makeup Color Refresher Fees "Per Visit"
Soft Powder Eyebrows - $175 (within 1-2 years)
Eyebrows - $200 (within 1-2 years)
Eyebrows - $250 (within 1-2 years)
"3D" Eyebrows - Full Price after 4 years
Full Eyeliner - $250
Upper Eyeliner - $175
Lower Eyeliner - $150
Lipliner - $275
Full Lips - $400
Shaping Charges: Add $50 - $100
No Touch-Ups included on Color Refreshers.
If Touch-Ups needed, may schedule at 1/2 price of color refresher ONLY IF SCHEDULED within 3 months; otherwise Full Color Refresher pricing.
Eyebrows and Eyeliner
If after 5 years, Color Refreshers start at $295 - Full Price.
If after 5 years, Color Refreshers start at $395 - Full Price.
Full Lip Color
If after 5 years, Color Refreshers start at $650 - Full Price.
* WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING:
— 48 Hour cancellation is required (no texting for appointments or cancellations)
— Prices are subject to change without notice
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: "When is a color boost needed?"
Answer: You'll know it's time for a "color boost" when you feel the need to pick up your pencil to add more color. It is advisable to have "color boosts" when needed, in order to keep your permanent makeup looking fresh.
Question: "Why are 'color boosts' needed if permanent makeup is called 'permanent' makeup?"
Answer: It's similar to having 'permanent color' or a 'permanent wave' (or 'perm') added
to your hair at the salon; or having your teeth whitened;
or having a face lift, etc. Since we are living, breathing beings, our body chemistry is always busy working in different ways...either metabolizing, replenishing, rejuvenating, etc. Not to mention the effects of the environment on our skin, especially our face, which is constantly exposed to the sun, as compared to other body parts, which are hidden under clothing. Everyone's body chemistry is different, therefore, it's impossible to determine with certainty, when it is "your" time to come in for a "color boost". It is also true that color choice and color density are determining factors, as well. For instance, a blonde eyebrow will probably require a color boost sooner than a black eyeliner procedure.
Question: "Why don't people who have body tattoos require a 'color boost'?"
Answer: Actually, body tattoos do fade over time, as well. They don't fade as quickly due to the following reasons: permanent makeup is
on the face, not on body parts which are hidden under clothing and shielded from the sun. Also the chemistry on the face works at an
accelerated rate as compared to body parts which is sluggish in comparison. The technique used in permanent makeup on the face is
much different than on body parts, it is more superficially implanted.