Permanent Cosmetics at Inflicting Beauty Let us help you look and feel your best! Permanent Make-Up: A semi-permanent coloring of the eyebrows, eyeliner, lips and
beauty marks. This procedure is done with an iron oxide pigment that is absorbed into
the body over a course of time. The following factors how long the pigment lasts:
1. Your body’s ph level: A body with an acidic ph level (below 7.0) will not retain
pigment as well as a person who is more alkaline (having a ph above 7.0). Vitamins
and minerals, especially calcium, will help raise your ph level. Magnetic therapy is
another helpful alternative. It is important that we know about all the medications
you are taking even if you do not think it applies to the procedure. Medications can
affect the body’s ph balance, which can alter the hue of the pigments.
2. Healing is Your Responsibility: We will provide you with a sample pack of
Vitamin A&D Ointment that should be used sparingly. A very thin coat should be
applied to your permanent make-up 2-3 times a day for 5-7 days. If you are
allergic to this product, extra virgin olive oil will work when used sparingly. A flaky
top layer of skin will come off in 5-7 days—this is normal. When peeling occurs,
stop using the ointment and switch to a thin coat of extra virgin olive oil or facial
moisturizer for the remainder of the healing to lock in moisture.
3. Sunlight, Tanning Beds, and UV Rays: Will increase the absorption of
permanent make-up pigment. Avoid swimming, soaking, saunas, direct sun
exposure, and tanning beds for extended periods of time while healing. Once your
permanent make-up is healed, protect your investment with SPF 30 or higher.
Sunblock should always be applied 30 minutes prior to sun exposure. Lip balm
makes a 45 SPF that is convenient and easy to apply. Wearing oversized
sunglasses and/or sun visor will also help protect your eyebrows and eyeliner.
4. MRI Treatments: Will lighten the color of your permanent make-up. Please notify
your doctor that you have permanent iron oxide make-up prior to an MRI or
X-rays. Shielding these areas may lessen pigment damage.
5. Warning about Permanent Lip Liner procedure: If you have ever experienced
cold sores, having your lips permanently tattooed will cause a break out. This can
be prevented by taking prescription Valtrex for 3 days before the procedure (take
recommended dose as prescribed by doctor). L-Lysine is a supplement that can be
purchased over the counter at any local drugstore and is a natural alternative that
we highly recommend in place of prescription Valtrex. (Recommended dose
L-Lysine: one 625mg tablet twice daily for 14 days prior to procedure. Ask your
doctor before taking any supplements).
6. Color Selection: Darker colors last longer, but that doesn’t mean black or dark
brown are the right colors to create your perfect make-up look. Perfect colors for
blonde to light brown hair, in some cases need to be touched up once a year. WE
SUGGEST applying the pigment that is the correct match for your eyes, hair and
skin tone, even if that means more touch-ups! You will never be happy if your
permanent cosmetics are the wrong color or look for you. If you wish, we offer
test patches for allergic reaction and color verification. You can choose several
different colors for this procedure. We will tattoo freckle-sized dots at the base of
your hairline or behind your ear. There will be a charge of $85.00 for a test
selection. A $6.00 fee for set-up and biohazard disposal will also apply.
7. Procedure Prices: Beauty Mark- $85.00: Freckles- Per-Hour: Eyebrows- $300.00: Eyeliner- $350.00 (top, bottom or both): Lip Liner- $300.00: Full Lips- 400.00. All permanent cosmetic procedures are considered custom work and $150.00 an hour applies and is reflected in the prices above.
8. Touch-Ups: We charge by the hour for any make-up/touch-up procedures at a
rate of $150.00 an hour. You will need a touch-up after the initial procedure to
maintain color and shape. Our minimum set-up fee is $85.00. A $6.00 fee for
biohazard disposal will also apply. This price reflects approximately 20 minutes of
work. If your touch-up procedure requires more time, you will be charged at the
rate of $150.00 per hour.
9. Maintenance of Permanent Make-Up: Having permanent make-up is like
coloring your hair; once you start you will have to keep it up. Using SPF protection
and wearing oversized sunglasses and/or sun visor will help to avoid any
10. Day of the Procedure: To help reduce any possible swelling or bruising after the
procedure, ice the area. We suggest a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a clean towel.
Ice the area for 10 minutes and repeat as necessary for the first day. You can also
take Ibuprofen or any other types of anti-inflammatory to prevent swelling.
(consult with your doctor about anti-inflammatory use and take recommended
11. What to expect immediately following Procedure: Permanent cosmetics look
darker and more severe for the first 3-5 days after application. Your make-up will
not look like this once it is healed. You may also experience some swelling, slight
12. What to Bring to Your Appointment: Please do not wear eye contact lenses.
Overspray from the procedure can get under your lenses and cause irritation.
Bring your glasses and/or reading glasses to assist in overall view and shape. Also,
bring any make-up that you like to wear (eyeliner, lip liner, lipstick, etc.) to assist in
picking out the right colors for your make-up.
13. Does it hurt? Our permanent cosmetic procedure includes a 2-part topical
anesthetic. There will only be a slight discomfort during the first few minutes of
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