All pricing is based on the number of sessions required and include FREE aftercare products.
Our work is a little more expensive than others, however, the quality is not comparable that’s why we have clients that fly in from all over the world to get work done with us. We have achieved this level of quality because of the equipment and products that we have developed as well as the years of experience that we have in performing this procedure. To learn more about the differences between our procedure and other forms of permanent makeup please click here.
Maintenance touch-ups are $600 for each 1-hour session. Clients return for touch-up ever 1-2 years in order to maintain the look forever.
THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MICROART & PERMANENT MAKEUP/MICROBLADING
Permanent makeup is applied using heavy gauge needles or a blade to penetrate deep into the skin causing bleeding, bruising, scabbing, scarring and downtime. Permanent makeup uses various forms of tattoo inks that are toxic to the body; its colors are harsh and change over time. So people can end up with blue or orange inks in the skin. Another issue with permanent makeup is that as our skin ages and start to sag the ink end up in the wrong place so it actually accentuates the signs of aging.
Permanent makeup artists’ training is only a few days. Their minimal training and the equipment & products used all contribute to the harsh look associated with permanent makeup and microblading. The best way to fix is with MicroArt.
MicroArt Semi Permanent makeup, on the other hand, has the most natural results. There is NO downtime, NO bruising, NO scabbing, NO scarring. Because MicroArt technology uses an acupuncture needle as thin as a human hair that vibrates on the dermal layer of the skin 80 to 100 times per second, the results are precise. Colors are custom blended with non-toxic mineral-based pigments. The design is customized to fit each patient’s look and desires by our Artist. It takes about 1 year to train a Micro-Artist to perform the procedure. The results are amazing.
To learn more about the differences between MicroArt and other forms of permanent makeup click here.
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