MicroArt Semi-Permanent Makeup is a unique and revolutionary technology used to camouflage scars. It works by applying a mineral based pigment into the scar to change its color so that it blends into the surrounding skin color to match and becomes un-noticeable. MicroArt Scar Camouflage treatment conceals scars on the face or body caused by accidents or surgeries.



Our clients no longer worry their scars. They never have to use makeup or concealers that don’t really match, smudge, make a mess and wear off onto clothes. Our clients never worry about what clothes to wear to cover their scars. They never have to sacrifice activities that they love due to embarrassment. Our clients feel better, become far more confident once their scars are no longer visible. 


Results So Natural,
No One Will Know You Ever Had Scars

MicroArt Semi Permanent Makeup is an extremely effective scar treatment. Results are instantaneous and last up to 3 years without ever washing off. MicroArt camouflages scars on the skin so they blend right in with your regular skin tone.

The procedure can be performed to the face, hands, or practically anywhere on the body. Up close, to the trained eye it looks like a professionally applied make-up concealer but it never smudges or washes off. MicroArt Camouflage is the next best thing to magically erasing your scars.

  • No-Side Effects
  • Restore Your Confidence
  • Makeup lasts years on the skin without ever washing off

  • Extremely Natural Looking Results
  • Save Time Applying Makeup
  • 100% Water Proof


Prices are based on treatment procedure time. Our work is customized to each client’s needs based on the skin size, location and the colors we are matching. Each client starts out on a minimum of 4 monthly treatments. Prices start at $2,500 for a series of four one-hour treatments. In a one-hour session we can camouflage up to 9 square inches (3″ x 3″) of skin.

We require photos to estimate how many hours of treatment you will require.  Please upload photos of each area using the form below. Photos must be well lit, in focus, without any makeup. If photos are larger than 5MB, please email them to info@microartmakeup.com.  You will receive your estimate within 1 business day.



MicroArt Scar Camouflage covers scars that are created by a wide variety of surgery. Breast augmentations, tummy tucks, liposuction, etc. We can treat the scar once its healed completely, typically within 60 days of the surgery.


MicroArt Scar Camouflage covers scars that are created by violent crimes such as gunshot wounds and stabbings. Some of our clients have been reimbursed by the California Victims Compensation Board (https://victims.ca.gov) for the cost of treatments.


MicroArt Scar Camouflage covers scars that are created by suicide attempts or cutting.



There will be some temporary swelling and redness right after your treatment. This may take several days to disappear depending on which area of the body, how much pigment is applied and the general health of the skin.

Right after your procedure, the color will appear stronger compared with how it will ultimately look. Within a few days, the skin will start to slightly exfoliate and the color will become lighter to become the intended shade. No makeup should be worn on the pigmented skin for seven days after each session.


Colors are custom blended for each area to match your skin tones. Pigments are non-toxic, hypoallergenic and are sourced from natural minerals. We have never had a single allergic reaction to any of our products. Pigment is deposited and into the scar tissue and blended slightly into the adjacent nearby skin. This is performed using proprietary equipment that houses a single acupuncture needle (the width of a human hair) that gently vibrates on the outer layers of the skin. The vibration deposits pigment into the skin until the desired color is achieved. Your MicroArt technician evaluates the skin at the beginning of each session and custom blends a color to best match your natural skin tone. Your treatment, the custom pigment blends, are meticulously charted and photographed for future sessions and reference.

How many sessions do I need?

Multiple sessions are needed in order to seamlessly match your color. During each session, a pigment is blended into the skin in layers. For our new clients initially, 4 sessions 4 weeks apart are required. Because some of the pigment exfoliates after each session, the series of sessions are necessary to build the color into the skin and seamlessly match your skin color.  It takes about 4 weeks after each appointment for the color to completely settle and stabilize. During each session, more pigment is added to the skin in thin layers changing the color of the skin and blending it to your natural skin color. You will see instant results after each session. Every 4 weeks you’ll return for more pigmentation until you have had 4 treatments. During each session, the color is reviewed and adjustments are made if needed.

Each scar camouflage treatment is unique, so the number of sessions needed to obtain the desired results will vary based on each client’s individual situation. On average 80% of our clients are color matched in 4 treatments.

What can I expect after each session?

You will see the results right away! After each session the pigment will appear intense and will lighten up in time for your next session when we add more pigment. After each session, the color fades less until the color is matched and blended. Your skin will be a little red and irritated for 3 to 10 days after each procedure. Like a sunburn. No makeup or skin care products can be used on this area for 7 days other than the custom hypoallergic after-care products we provide you to use twice a day (included in the treatment price). After 7 days you can use your regular skin care products again.

How long will it last?

MicroArt typically last up to 3 years on the skin if not maintained, though this varies somewhat individually. During that time, it will gradually fade. Most clients choose to maintain by coming in for a touch-up session ranging from every six months to once per year or two depending on your skin. With maintenance sessions your scars will never be seen again.

Will it hurt?

The level of discomfort varies from person to person depending on what area of the body is being camouflaged. We always use a strong topical numbing cream. MicroArt uses a single acupuncture needle (the width of a single human hair) that gently vibrates on the outer layers of the skin, so discomfort is minimal. For sensitive areas such as hands, lidocaine injections are available at a modest added cost and must be pre-scheduled.

Have More Questions?
Our scar camouflage FAQ’s are a great place to start if you are looking for more information.
General MicroArt FAQ's
Learn more about MicroArt procedures, pricing and scheduling.


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 naturally starts to sag the ink ends up in the wrong place so it 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 that is with MicroArt, (correcting poor microblading and permanent (tattoo) makeup comprises 20% of our procedures).

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 incredibly precise. Colors are custom blended to match each clients skin color with our non-toxic mineral-based pigments. 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.


  • There are no other forms of permanent cosmetics like it.
  • Equipment:Specialized equipment developed by MicroArt for unrivaled precision.
  • Clinics:MicroArt procedures are performed in a certified, professional medical office surpassing regular, stringent County Health Department inspections.
  • Products: Special, proprietary natural pigments that will not change color and are hypoallergenic (safe for your skin).
  • Technique: A technique developed over the years to ensure the ideal, custom shape and color is provided to each client.
  • Technicians: All technicians are personally trained for months, and certified, by Master Micro Artist Tanya York. MicroArt Technicians are not licensed to perform services on Ms. York’s clients until their work is indistinguishable from hers.

No other forms of permanent cosmetics remotely resemble it.


MicroArt: Natural and youthful looking results. MicroArt is applied with a needle so fine individual hairs are drawn on for a completely natural look.

Permanent Makeup: A heavy and unnatural look with harsh colors that turn into blues or oranges over your lifetime.


MicroArt: Natural and youthful looking results. MicroArt is applied with a needle so the scar is completely covered with natural shades.

Permanent Makeup: A heavy and unnatural look with harsh colors that turn into blues or oranges over your lifetime.


MicroArt: Every MicroArt scar camouflage treatment is custom designed. MicroArt takes into consideration the person’s bone structure, skin tone, and personal style.

Permanent Makeup: Most Permanent Makeup is applied without much thought to the design and how it affects the shape of the face.


MicroArt: State-of-the-art technology is used only by licensed MicroArt technicians. This equipment features a single acupuncture needle that gently vibrates on the outer layer of the skin inserting a custom blend of natural, non-toxic mineral-based pigments with extreme precision.  Procedures are performed in a fully licensed BH medical office facility.

Permanent Makeup: Uses tattoo equipment which is available for purchase by anyone without training. Three to fourteen heavy gauge needles are used simultaneously to aggressively puncture the skin. This process of penetrates deep into the skin to injects inks, which are often toxic and cause bleeding, bruising, scabbing, scarring, and downtime. Procedures are performed in a fully licensed Beverly Hills medical office facility. Procedures are performed in the back of nail salons, massage parlors and retail store fronts (often by trainees).


MicroArt:  Minimal discomfort due to the high-tech equipment application techniques, and medical grade topical numbing creams applied in advance.

Permanent Makeup: Tattoos by any other name are, simply, extremely painful.


MicroArt: Licensed by MicroArt and fully insured. MicroArt technicians complete an intensive six-month, full-time training — with an annual evaluation required for licensing renewal.

Permanent Makeup: Primarily unregulated with little to no training. Self-determined tattoo skillset with no continuing education or licensing required. Permanent makeup training is not regulated by the state. Training, if any, is only a few days at most.


MicroArt: MicroArt will largely fade out in 3  years so as your body, face or weight ages and changes — and fashion trends and styles evolve – your MicroArt can be renewed to best suit you, your look, your body, your style, currently.

Permanent Makeup: As the skin ages, people end up with thick harsh lines that stretch and separate. Permanent makeup puts a spotlight on and attracts attention to the signs of aging. Ultimately this makes the skin look much older.


MicroArt: Natural pigments are custom blended from an unlimited palette of colors to personally enhance your appearance.

Permanent Makeup: Uses limited tattoo inks which typically change color over time to orange, blue and green.


MicroArt: Lasts up to 3 years, so as the skin ages and fashions change, clients can update their style.

Permanent Makeup: Harsh look with numerous, various side effects that can last anywhere from 3 months to a lifetime.


MicroArt: $2,500. Price includes the design, the procedure, a second touch up procedure two weeks later to perfect the color and shape, and complete aftercare products. Price reflects superior quality products, equipment, training, and results.

Permanent Makeup: $100 and up. Cheaper inks, equipment, unregulated training (if any) and licensing, all of which produce harsh or damaging lifelong results.




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