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Questions & Answers

Q: What is Permanent Makeup (PMU)
A: Permanent Makeup, also known as micropigmentation, is a method of inserting small amounts of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin in order to enhance facial features such as eyebrows, eyes and lips. It helps to replenish what time has taken away, gives back precious time you normally spend “putting on your face". It is also helpful to those who are allergic to conventional cosmetics, those with visual impairment, watery eyes, and those with unsteady or arthritic hands that have difficulty applying makeup.
Q: How "permanent" is it?
A: Permanent makeup is long lasting and can remain in the skin for 1 to 5 years depending on the color, placement, and your skin type, although some may not fade for as long as 10 years. Periodic touchups are recommended to maintain the desired look. You can also choose to change colors of your permanent makeup.
Q: Does it fade or requires any maintenance 
A:  Over time, your permanent makeup will fade due to many factors such as: natural skin exfoliation, sun exposure, medications and the use of creams/chemicals. To maintain the color and shape it is advisable to touch up the treated area every 1 to 2 years. A good indication of needing maintenance is when you start having to add to your permanent makeup with pencil or other cosmetics.
Q: Can permanent makeup be removed
A: Saline correction can significantly lighten and remove unwanted semi permanent makeup or microblading. This method is safe for removal of eyebrows, lips and even eyeliner. LI-FT® saline pigment and Ink remover is an efficient and safe method for removing poor quality or old permanent makeup.
Q: Is the procedure painful?
A:You may experience a minor and tolerable degree of scratching/pricking during the procedure. A topical anesthetic is used to reduce discomfort and promote relaxation. The treated area may be slightly tender immediately following the procedure. Tenderness will diminish within a few days post-treatment.
Q: I already have permanent makeup from a prior procedure. Can it be improved or updated?
A:  It will depend on the appearance and design of the previous permanent makeup and is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. You can send clear pictures to for analysis and we can give you an answer based on the pictures we receive, and follow up with a consultation if necessary.
Q: What if I am a first-time customer?  
AIf you are a new client and are hesitant to book any service, book a 30 minute complimentary consultation. During this time we can go over any questions you have. Evaluate any contradictions. Have an option to have a patch test done. Pre-draw what your permanent makeup of choice would be and select desirable color that compliments your skin tone and facial features.
Q: What is your deposit policy?
A: All permanent makeup appointments require  $50 non-refundable deposit to book. Your deposit will be deducted from the final balance. Customers must pay the remainder of the balance upon completion of the service.
Q: What is your pricing policy?
A: All pricing is subject to change at any given time without notice.
Q: What if I am running late?
A: Please be respectful of artists' time. Customers who arrive more than 15 minutes late could be asked to reschedule.  If you are running late, contact the studio at 602-750-5777.
Q: What if I need to cancel or reschedule my appointment?
A: Please understand that our artists' time is valuable. We appreciates customers giving as much notice as possible if they need to reschedule or cancel an appointment. We ask you to contact us no later then 24 hour prior to your appointment time. Cancelation within 24 hours of the appointment date and time or no-show will result in the loss of the booking deposit.
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