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NOW OFFERING FULL PERMANENT MAKEUP SERVICES AND TRAINING
For more information, please visit www.thecolorbay.com for all of your Non-Permanent and Permanent Makeup needs.
-3D HAIR STROKES/MICROBLADING BROWS
-MICROSHADING OMBRE/POWDER BROWS
-FULL LIP COLOR
-3D AREOLA RESTORATION
BENEFITS OF PERMANENT MAKEUP
Suitable for all skin types and age 18 years and older
Standard 3D Hair Strokes/Microblading will last up to 1- 1 1/2 years, however machine micropigmentation (I. e. Microshading, lips, eye liner, scar camouflage and areola restoration) will last up to 3 years. Annual retouches are suggested due to the skin constantly regenerating new cells. Our services will save you so much time in the morning!
Smudge Proof- Your permanent makeup will not smear and/or come off! You can go swimming, exercise, and much more without worrying about how you look!
Non-invasive/minimal discomfort- Numbing cream will be applied throughout the process. We have many clients that fall asleep!
Natural, realistic results!!!
There are also cosmetic reasons why people use permanent makeup. After reconstructive surgery, especially of the face or breasts, permanent makeup can help return the skin's appearance to normal if pigment was lost during surgery.
People with hair loss conditions that cause them to lose their eyebrows may invest in permanent eyebrow tattoos, whereas people with lip scars can use permanent lipstick to hide the unsightly marks.
People with physical disabilities or impaired motor skills, such as arthritis, Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis, may want permanent makeup because it's difficult for them to apply makeup themselves [source: Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals]. With permanent makeup, they can continue to wear makeup without having to worry about whether they've applied it accurately. People with poor eyesight may invest in permanent makeup for the same reasons.
Are you a candidate for Micropigmentation?
-Do you have Keloid skin?
-Are you currently pregnant?
-Are you taking any blood-thinning medication?
-Are you a diabetic?
-Have you used Accutane or any other prescription Acne medication within one year?
-Has it been less than a year since you received Chemotherapy?
Unfortunately Divas if you have answered yes to any of these questions, you are not a candidate for Microblading at this time. Micropigmentation, however, can be performed on Diabetics and people taking medications such as, Blood-thinners, with a physician note.