FAQs

What exactly is permanent makeup?
Permanent makeup is the implantation of pigment into the dermal layers of the skin called micro-pigmentation.

Does permanent makeup hurt?
The majority of our clients have no issue with the discomfort encountered with our procedures. Most state that the feeling relates to an intense tickling or prickling sensation. Permafaces Permanent Makeup uses a topical anesthetic to help relieve any discomfort.

Who gets permanent makeup?
Everybody is a potential candidate for permanent makeup. Some of our past clientele have had these procedures done for reasons other than vanity such as the physically active and women who are balancing careers and children and just do not have time to apply makeup.

Here Is a Short List of Other Reasons:
• People Who Have or Had Accidents   • Alopecia   • Chemotherapy
• Sensitive Skin Allergies   • Bad Eyesight   • Shaky Hands

What procedures are offered at Permafaces Permanent Makeup?
• Eyebrows
• Eyeliner
• Lip Liner
• Full Lips
• Beauty Marks
• Scar Camouflaging
• Areola Replacement
• Mucosal Eyeliner
• Corrective Work

How long does permanent makeup last?
It is permanent, however, permanent makeup does fade over time. We recommend getting procedures touched up between 3-10 years. Some factors can contribute to fading more quickly than time itself, including sun exposure, tanning beds, and the use of glycolic acids, alpha hydroxy, and Retin-A..

What colors are available?
Permafaces Permanent Makeup customizes permanent makeup colors to each individual.

How do you clean your needles?
Permafaces permanent makeup uses only disposable needles and does not reuse needles.

How long does it take?
Most procedures take about 30-45 minutes per procedure.

Is it safe?
Although rare (as with any invasive procedure) there is a small chance of an allergic reaction. All pigments are hypoallergenic and MRI safe.

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