Microblading & Permanent Makeup
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Microblading & Permanent Makeup


The SPA at Aestique welcomes you to discover the freedom of naturally looking permanent cosmetic makeup. Just think, no more reapplying makeup after swimming, jogging, exercising or enjoying your favorite activity. Permanent makeup is waterproof, smudge proof and smear proof! Permanent makeup is a quickly increasing trend in the United States and around the world. As the name implies, the goal of permanent makeup is to permanently apply makeup to the face so you never have to struggle with eyeliner, lip liner or an eyebrow pencil again. Our certified medical esthetician can meticulously tattoo makeup onto the face to create permanent colors on the eyes upper and lower eyeliner, eyebrows; lips and lip liner.

Why Should I Choose Permanent Makeup at the Spa at Aestique

There are many reasons patients choose permanent makeup over traditional make up, including:

  • Convenience – less time needed to get ready
  • For those who have difficulty applying makeup
  • For those who have allergies to cosmetics
  • Those suffering with hair loss due to aging or such unique conditions as alopecia or chemotherapy.

Preparing for Your Procedure Appointment

You will be given preparatory guidelines when you schedule your procedure appointment. Specific steps will be advised such as postponing some skin treatments, taking a prophylactic medication, or discontinuing certain medications, vitamins, or herbal supplements. When scheduling your appointment date, you should keep social and/or work plans in mind. Although there is no real “down time” during the first few days of healing, your tattooed features will be darker and shiny (from applying ointments) and you will be unable to wear some conventional makeup (e.g., mascara). The length of a procedure varies by type (eyebrows, eyeliner, or lips). However, you should allow at least 2-3 hours for your initial appointment.

Consultation and the Drawing of the Desired Makeup Outline

In order to connect with the client and understand their objectives, our medical esthetician asks the client to arrive at their consultation with their makeup applied. This representation using traditional makeup is an essential aspect of the process. Once the client is satisfied with the temporary design of the eyebrows, the eyes, or the lips, and has approved it, the permanent application process can begin.

At Your Permanent Makeup Procedure

The initial procedure appointment is long due to many important steps. You will fill out forms including a medical history that will be thoroughly reviewed. Pigment colors will be selected with your approval, and then the appropriate topical anesthetics will be applied to numb the areas to be tattooed. A final makeup design will be created with your approval as the template for the medical esthetician to follow during your procedure. After all of the prep work is completed, the tattooing process begins which may take an hour or more. Before and after photos will also be taken.

What Can I Expect After my Permanent Makeup

Throughout the recovery process, a permanent makeup client is directed to apply an ointment to the area twice a day for five days. This is most important to ensure adhesion of the applied pigmentation in the treated areas.

Clients will experience minimal discomfort following an application of permanent makeup.  Additionally, many patients are concerned their makeup looks too dark – this is normal. Within the next two weeks, you will see the true results of the permanent makeup, which should match your expectations. Feel free to contact us for touch up makeup if needed.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and find out if Permanent Makeup is right for you.

How Much Does Permanent Makeup Cost?

The cost for microblading and permanent makeup is very reasonable.  Specific pricing for your treatment is based on the area to be treated and will be discussed at the time of your consultation.