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Facial Procedures

Permananent Eyeliner
Lip Liner
Semi-Permanent Cheek Color



Permanent Eyebrows
 

Permanent eyebrows can give the appearance of hair in the brow or added fullness and depth to brow line that saves time by not having to apply makeup every morning. Plus no more worries about whether your brows are still there or not. Brows are drawn on by patient or technician or they work together to achieve desired effect. Color is determined by the client. Then the brows are scored to create a guide line. Topicals are used after the skin is broken.


 

Permanent Eyeliner
Permanent eyeliner is the most popular procedure and is applied in the lash line for lash enhancement or can be thicker to achieve a more dramatic look. Light shadow can be added for a softer look or made darker for more drama.

Ophthalmologists recommend this procedure regularly for people who are allergic to traditional make up or who wear contacts. Clients typically wear their eyeliner to the procedure so that technician can see what is expected.

A topical anesthetic is applied to closed lids and timed for 25 minutes to numb the area. Comfort level varies with each client. Most feel vibration and anxiety. Eyes are rinsed continually throughout the procedure. Swelling and bruising is to be expected for the first few days. Everyone is different so some people swell and bruise more than others. The color is very thick and dark immediately after procedure but will look more natural in a few days when the swelling goes down. Usually normal activity can be resumed immediately.

Contacts should not be worn for 24 hours after eyeliner. There is always a chance of corneal abrasion with the eye procedure if the topical anesthetic gets in the eye and not rinsed out properly. These abrasions are painful but relatively minor as the can heal themselves within 24 to 36 hours.


Lip Procedure
 

Permanent lip color is beautiful and will make your lips more defined. It not only changes the color, it can appear to change the size and shape as well. Any trama to the lip can cause a cold sore even if the client has never had one before; a prescription for Valtrax or Zovarix is recommended to begin the day of procedure as a prevention from a cold sore outbreak.


 

Lip Liner
A lip liner is drawn on if the shape is to change or if fullness is to be added to the lips. The topical is then applied and timed for 25 minutes before procedure begins. A second topical is used during the procedure to minimize any discomfort. This area takes the longest to heal and is more sensitive during healing. The color is very bright for about a week then everything flakes off and it looks like the color has gone. This is the “no color stage”. It can take up to 8 weeks for the color to reappear.


Semi-Permanent Cheek Color
Semi-permanent cheek color only lasts for 3 to 6 months which is good because colors change with the seasons. This color is achieved by using a hand tool and does not require the use of topicals. It will look very bright on the first day, but will tone down and look normal with a day or two.

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

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