Thank you for visiting Never Browless, we are excited that you are interested in enhancing your natural beauty with micro-pigmentation.

Basic Q & A:

Permanent makeup is a method of implanting pigment or ink through the epidermis layer of the skin into the upper dermal layer of the skin to create an illusion of shape and color.

Permanent eyebrows, eyeliner, and lip liners are three of the most popular permanent cosmetic procedures. Other procedures can include scar camouflage, areola pigmentation or recreation after surgery, or even “dry needling” in order to stimulate collagen in fine line wrinkles.

Is it truly permanent?

All color fades. The sun, products used on the face to encourage accelerated skin cell renewal, and effects of medications and health conditions all affect the pristine appearance of permanent cosmetics over time. Usually clients return between one to five years for a color refresher. The time element between color refresher appointments is totally unique to each individual.

Are there any restrictions or requirements of those seeking permanent cosmetic services?

Yes, you must be 18 years of age. You will also need to answer health related questions and complete a consent form. The prime concern is that you will heal well after the procedure.

Those who have any condition that requires them to take an antibiotic prior to general dental cleaning or who is an insulin dependent diabetic will be asked to consult with their physician before proceeding. Anyone who has a history of fever blisters or cold sores and requests lip tattooing are required to contact their physician for an anti-viral medication to help prevent the occurrence of a breakout. Any trauma or extreme sun exposure on the lip tissue can result in an outbreak. We do not offer services to women who are pregnant or nursing.

I use single-use needles only.