Is Permanent Makeup Right for Me?

Would you like to look great all the time?

  • First thing in the morning?
  • Mid to late afternoon?
  • Before you go to bed at night?

Are you tired of:

  • Eyebrow pencils, uneven brows or brows that smear, smudge or wipe off?
  • Eyeliner that won't go on evenly, runs or wears off by the end of the day?
  • Lipstick or Lip liner that wears off and constantly needs to be reapplied?

Do you have:

  • An active lifestyle
  • A professional job position
  • Visual impairment or contact lenses
  • Unsteady or arthritic hands
  • Little or no brow hair
  • Thin or light eyelashes
  • Allergies to conventional make-up
  • Allergies or Hay fever
  • Absent or thin hair due to Alopecia or Chemotherapy treatments
  • Scars or birthmarks that need to be camouflaged

If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions then 'YES', Permanent Cosmetics is right for you! You'll enjoy the beautiful look of permanent cosmetics because it looks more natural than regular make-up, it won't come off or smudge in the shower, while sleeping, swimming, exercising or going about your daily routine.

Chrysalis Clinic of Permanent Cosmetics
is the answer to your make-up needs and problems!

I use the gentle, SofTap™ hand method. A topical anesthetic is used to numb the area to be enhanced to lessen any discomfort. I also offer the Noveau Contour Digital, a a state-of-the-art machine that has 100% disposable needle cartridges to reassure each client of strict sanitation and no chance of cross contamination. This equipment is easy to use for the technician and comfortable for the client.

The procedures are quick and the results are beautiful and natural with rapid healing time! Both professional methods are safe, sanitary and create a beautiful, natural look. You will love the results - all of my clients do. Just ask them. Photos and references are available upon request.

Permanent Cosmetics AKA Micropigment or Intradermal Implantation, is the process of implanting micro insertions of pigment (color) into the dermal layer of skin. This process is a form of tattooing used for the purpose of permanent cosmetic make-up and skin imperfection camouflage.

The earliest evidence of tattooing dates back to the Ice Age or approximately 5,000-10,000 B.C. Egyptian mummies, some as old as 4000 years, display tattoos on women. Throughout history and countries it has been recorded that tattooed bodily adornment was quite prevalent. And these tattoos were all done by the hand method! No electricity to be found back then! You can see that the gentle hand method has proven itself to be long lasting, naturally enhancing, very effective and popular. Some things just never change.



SofTap™ hand tool

6000 B.C. tattoos