Permanent Cosmetic procedure fees are $450.00 (plus Washington State sales tax) per procedure. Up to three free touch ups until the anniversary date has been reached. Touch up fees are charged thereafter.
Electrolysis treatment prices at this time are 15 minutes for $25.00, 30 minutes for $40.00, 45 minutes for $50.00 and 60 minutes for $60.00
Eyeliner can be applied to suit your individual needs. If you desire a fine line through the lashes, a soft smudge, or heavier line for a more dramatic look, permanent eyeliner is the answer.
Permanent eyeliner can also be applied to reshape the eyes or even make small eyes appear larger.
Why bother with the daily task of applying eyeliner and trying to get it even? Wake up each morning without makeup smudged on your face.
Go swimming, skiing, exercising, etc. without worrying about how your makeup looks. It will always look great!
This procedure is a miracle for those who must pencil in their eyebrows everyday. Reshaping the eyebrows can be done with the small hair-like stroked to blend in with existing eyebrow hairs, or to fill in a full brow where no hair exists.
Eyebrows frame to eyes and are essential to balance your facial features.
Permanent eyebrows do not wash off in the shower or rub off on clothes, bedding, or your eyeglasses.
Lipliner outlines and defines the lips. Lips that are uneven, thin, or pale may be reshaped to look full and beautiful. A bow in the upper lip can be created where there once was none. Irregularities in the lip due to cold sores can easily be corrected with permanent lipliner.
A lip fill is the process of tinting the entire lip area with color. If you dislike lipstick that never stays on, full lip color can be applied. You can choose a natural hue or a more vivid color.
The loss of pigment due to accidents, birth marks, skin irregularities, white spots, surgical scars, etc., may be permanently corrected with cosmetic tattooing.
Electrolysis is the only form of permanent hair removal that can treat all colors and kinds of hair in all skin types. An electrolysis treatment involves the inserting of a sterile probe, the same size as the hair, into the hair follicle opening down to the dermal papilla. The dermal papilla is the electrologist’s target. It is the part of the follicle that contains blood and nerves and feeds the growing hair. If the papilla and the regenerative cells surrounding it are destroyed, the hair will die. I use the THERMOLYSIS method which is a method that uses a high frequency current to produce heat in the area influenced by the current. This heat cauterizes and destroys the dermal papilla.