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How does permanent makeup work?

Permanent makeup, also called a cosmetic tattoo or micropigmentation, is done with the use of a pen containing pigment with iron oxide that tattoos the skin to create the look of makeup.

There are many tools and technique used to accomplish the desired look. 

A tattoo can mimic eyeliner or lipstick, or it can darken and create the look of thicker eyebrows. It can also camouflage scars and help with the look of an uneven hairline.

Who might want permanent makeup?

Everyone can benefit from Permanent makeup.

We have the professional woman with a tight schedule who always wants to look her best or a stay at home Mom with no time to apply makeup to feel good about herself.

An athletic woman wanting her makeup to stay on during a workout or just someone with oily skin and they continually check their makeup because most of the time by the end of the day it ran down their face.

 And really, I have found that a lot of women don’t know how to apply makeup, so they just don’t. 

Someone who sometimes has difficulty applying makeup from limited eyesight or some form of dexterity (dext-erity).

Certainly people with physical limitations or medical conditions may seek out this procedure, but anyone can have it done.

In particular people with cataracts, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease or those who have suffered from a stroke may find this procedure appealing. It can help them look their best while avoiding the physical challenges of applying makeup.

It can offer an option to those who have allergies to traditional makeup. It also offers a cosmetic solution for patients experiencing certain medical conditions to restore the skin to pigmentation, like after breast surgery or hair loss due to some illnesses.




The more flexible you are on what you want done the more likely you will be picked.

Models are used for educational purposes so before and after photos are a must. 

The dates and times will be during our training days. 


For hair models please submit photos of what your looking for and a photo of your hair now. 

For permanent makeup models send a photo of what you are looking for. if you have previous work send a photo of what you have now. 

For both models please include a clear description of what you desire.

Please submit your photos for review by sending them to:

with either Hair Model or PMU Model in topic.

More information on Permanent Makeup


Photos will be taken before and after of each model.

Permanent Makeup Models are charged $50 per procedure.

Hair Models vary depending on services provided.

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