Permanent Makeup

Permanent Makeup

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Permanent Makeup Consultation
An initial consultation is required for all permanent makeup services.
Complimentary
Microblading$450
Powder Brow$360
Microblading/Powder Brow Combination$420
Brow Touch up- all techniques$180
Color Refresh - Brows$250

Permanent Makeup Consultation
An initial consultation is required for all permanent makeup services.
Complimentary
Upper Lid Eyeliner$180
Lower Lid Eyeliner$180
Upper/Lower lid Eyeliner Combination$325
Eyeliner Touch up- upper or lower$90
Eyeliner Touch up- combination$180
Color Refresh - Upper or Lower Eyeliner$125
Color Refresh - Combo Eyeliner$250

Children under the age of 13 are not permitted in the salon or spa
without an appointment. Please arrange for childcare during your
appointment so that every guest, including you,
can fully relax and enjoy their time at Essence.
Thank you.

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PERMANENT MAKEUP

What is permanent makeup?

Also known as cosmetic tattooing, permanent makeup is the act of implanting particles of pigment into the skin using sterilized needles. Microblading, powder brows, combination brows, and eye liner are all the types of permanent makeup services we currently offer. Although called permanent, it does fade over time and requires periodic refreshing to maintain the desired shape and color.

How long will my permanent makeup last?

In general, cosmetic tattoos last 1 to 3 years. Many factors determine how long yours will last. Skin type, lifestyle, excessive sun exposure, and medical conditions are just a few of these variables. The permanent makeup technique used also determines longevity. Permanent makeup is low maintenance- not no maintenance. Refreshing should be expected. Color refreshers are recommended every 1 to 2 years, depending on desired color and shape, keeping in mind lighter colors fade faster.

Will it hurt?

Everyone’s pain threshold is different. While some feel no discomfort, others are more sensitive. The treatment area is numbed with a topical anesthetic before and during the procedure to keep you as comfortable as possible. Please keep in mind that you may be more sensitive during or around your menstrual cycle.

What does a permanent makeup appointment entail?

The permanent makeup appointment process at Essence begins with reading this email and replying to it indicating you do not believe yourself to be contraindicated and would like to schedule an in person consultation. Next, we schedule an in person consultation to discuss your specific goals and answer any questions you may have that were not addressed in this email. Once we have confirmed that you are a suitable candidate for permanent makeup and that you would like to move forward, we will schedule your appointment for the actual procedure.

On the day of your permanent makeup appointment, photos of the procedure area (your natural brows or eyes in the case of liner) will be taken and we will discuss shape (brows), & color.

Shape (brows): Your goals, natural hair growth, bone & muscular structure all play a key role in brow design. Measuring tools, mapping techniques, and expertise are combined to help to achieve your desired shape.

Color: Pigment color is chosen based on natural hair color, skin tone, skin undertones and personal preference.

Procedure: Once you are pleased with your shape (brows) and color choices, a topical anesthetic is applied to the treatment area. After a few minutes, the procedure begins! Upon completion, final pictures are taken, and you are given aftercare balm and instructions.

Initial appointments take 2 to 3 hours. Touch up appointments take 1 to 2 hours. The initial appointment has set the foundation for the touch up. At your touch up appointment, we will assess pigment retention and make any necessary adjustments. The healing process & aftercare instructions are the same for both initial & touch up sessions. 

Are there any possible side effects?

Permanent makeup procedures are safe to perform if you are not contraindicated for the procedure. Risk of infection is a possibility in any treatment where the skin is broken. Clients are given specific after care instructions post procedure to help minimize risk of infection.