Procedures & Pricing
Eyeliner Upper ----$300
Eyeliner Lower ----$300
Eyeliner Upper & Lower ----$500
Eyebrows (Hairstroke & Shadow)----$500
Eyebrow or Eyeliner Touchups*
----$150 Within first 6 Months
----$200 6 to 18 Months
----$250 18 to 24 Months
Areola Reconstruction ----$300 per Nipple*
Areola Darkening or Enlargement -$200 per Nipple
Needling----$250 & Up
(Natural Collagen Boost for Wrinkles)
Scar Camouflage -----$250 & Up
Hair Stuble Camouflage ----$350 & Up
*touchups on Eyebrow Genie Work only
touchups on other Technician's work is considered a new appointment
**Multiple Procedures in one Session will receive a discounts
When considering Permanent Makeup, make sure you do your homework!
You may find a place that offers cheaply priced work, but that old cliche', "YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR" really rings true with these types of procedures.
THIS IS YOUR FACE! Do not sell yourself short and risk the plethora of problems that could occur by going to the discount shop. Many bad Permanent Makeup mistakes can be worked on, but there's no guarantee that another PM Artist will be able to fix it. It's a tattoo. It's permanent!
Important things to consider when choosing a PM Artist.
1) Portfolio Pictures- If the artist does not place portfolio pictures online (or maybe just one or two)- that is a problem! You gotta ask yourself, "Why don't they want the world to see their work?". And do they have their prices listed on their site? Why not? Their prices are probably high. Plus they want you to call them so they can presure you into booking; kind of like a car dealer. Shouldn't their work sell itsself?
2) Training and Experience- Where did your potential PM Artist gain their training? Did they train at all? How long have they been in the industry? How many procedures have they done? You'd be surprised. There are literally people who buy cheap tools and junk ink online, watch a few Youtube Videos and start working on people. This happens more than you would imagine!
3) Insurance, State, County and/or City Licensure, Blood Borne Pathogen Certification, Esthetician License- Is your potetial PM Artist being held accountable by anyone official? Is someone inspecting their premises to make sure they are not spreading Blood Borne Diseases? What if something goes terribly wrong... is this person insured? It would be good to find out!
4) Equipment- Is your potential PM Artist using top equipment and pigments? New, medical-grade, stainless steel needles? What about proper sterilization and disinfection or disposable supplies? Probably not if they are doing work for a very low price. Top equipment and the best pigments aren't cheap. Are they working out of their house? Major red flag! You deserve the best, don't settle. Getting cheap ink tattooed into your skin will result in many problems, to name a few: discoloration, unusually fast fading, migration (pigment spreading to areas it shouldn't), the possiblity of an allergic reaction or infection. And some cheap ink is made with large amounts of heavy metals. This is not good for you. It's not worth the risk just to save a few bucks. Remember the saying: "If you thought a professional was expensive, wait until you hire an amatuer."
5) Track Record- Are you being referred by a friend? Can you find any reviews or client feedback about your potential PM Artist? What is the general concensus?
These are some things that you should take into serious consideration. Don't throw caution to the wind and just "Go for it!" without doing some research. You don't want to end up with a permanently BAD situation.