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About Zenette

Zenette Bryan studied permanent cosmetics for over a year in a private office supervised by a physician, then attended one on one classes at the American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics for certification. She then apprenticed directly under a Master Tattoo Artist for a year to get licensed. The knowledge she gained during her apprenticeship, coupled with her cosmetic background has proven invaluable to her clients and she continues her education on a regular basis by attending Advanced Class Seminars on a yearly basis.

Zenette Bryan has over 30 years experience in the beauty industry and is licensed by the State of Tennessee in Cosmetology, Aesthetics and Body Art. She has a Masters Certificate from The American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics. She has her own office in Gallatin, Tennessee and also does the permanent cosmetics on site for Elan Lazer and Skin and at Dr. Joe DeLozier’s office in Nashville, TN. She also does permanent procedures for Dr. Mary Gingrass, Dr. Melinda Haws, Dr. Henry Wilson and Dermatologist Dr. Keith Loven.

Zenette uses a coil machine and disposable needles for areola restoration, permanent cosmetics, tattoos and tattoo exfoliation. Topical anesthetics are used for numbing permanent make procedures. Sanitation and sterilization guidelines are strictly followed and her office is hospital sterile.

About Permanent Cosmetics

Permanent makeup is actually a tattoo applied into the dermal layer of the skin to enhance the natural appearance. All procedures will look bolder, brighter and more defined immediately after treatment. It will be much softer and look more natural after the swelling and brusing goes down and a layer of your own skin grows over it. Healing time is approximately one week. If the procedure looks perfect the day of treatment, you don’t have enough. Conventional makeup can be applied over permanent makeup (after it heals) for a more dramatic effect for an evening out on the town. Lipsticks can be used over permanent lip color to make them darker or lighter or to change the shade for a special outfit. Permanent makeup is for those of us who are very active whether it is sports, working outside or inside. If you cannot see to put your makeup on properly anymore or wish to correct asymmetrical features. If you have allergies or just want to be free of daily makeup application.


 
 

 

 

 

 

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