Kari Cooper was wonderful. She explained everything thru the whole process & was very pleasant! ~ Robin

So many people comment on my blue eyes now. I have always had blue eyes, but my no smudge, no run eyeliner now makes my eyes pop! ~ Tina Reay

Dealing with contacts and allergies I always had dark circles under my eyes from my eyeliner running. I love my permanent eyeliner! Why didn’t I do this years ago? ~ Tina Reay

It’s so pleasant to wake up in the morning and actually have eyebrows! Makes me feel like I look younger …
I love it! ~ Vickie Scott


Permanent Cosmetics, also known as Permanent Makeup, Intradermal Pigmentation or Micropigmentation is nothing new, we can trace some forms of the art back to ancient times. Women would rub sand on their skin to open it up then rub colored soil or minerals on their raw skin. Even Cleopatra had permanent cosmetics!  We have come a long ways…

Today we place natural pigments into the dermal layer of the skin using a sterile tool and topical anesthetics. I use a variety of methods and techniques based on each client’s skin and desired results.  I use a digital machine, a rotary machine, a coil machine, a hybrid tattoo pen and hand tools.  I also only use top of the line pigments and one time use disposable needles because my client’s health is one of my top priorities.

Some of the most popular reasons for having permanent cosmetics are:

  • The convenience of waking up with makeup.
  • Allergies to conventional cosmetics.
  • Environmental allergies that cause sensitive eyes or skin.
  • Hair loss due to any variety of reasons.
  • Failing eyesight for applying makeup.
  • Difficulty of applying makeup due to motor impairments such as arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke survivors, and those with unsteady hands.
  • Women with fluctuating hormones who suffer from hot flashes that melt makeup away.
  • Active people who want to look their best for activities such as swimming, hiking, biking, tennis, aerobics, and those who don't want to worry about "sweating off" or reapplying cosmetics.
  • Busy people who don’t have time to spend on their makeup.
  • And we must not forget the men that have endured chemotherapy and lost all facial hair as well.

Whatever the reason, permanent cosmetics are wonderful and effortless!