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Whether you’re looking to give yourself fuller lashes, darker brows or a full spray tan, we offer all the services you will need.
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– Signature Hydrafacial
– $50 add on Booster
– $25 add on LED
– $10/unit Neurotoxin
– 10% off ZO SkinHealth Skincare
– 15% off all other services
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Choose from different facial types to meet your specific needs dependent on your skin type and goals…
VI Peel Chemical Peel
VI Peel is the #1 Chemical Peel in the industry, and is safe for all skin types and tones. This medium-depth peel has been proven to accelerate…
Dermaplaning is a painless, effective and safe exfoliation treatment that uses a small, sterile…
A lamination (also known as lash lift) is a perm for your lashes that shapes them into a perfect eye-opening curl and gives them a thicker, longer look that will last anywhere from 6 to 8 weeks.
Lash Lift and Tint
A two-for-one beauty treatment that’s designed to give your lashes a semi-permanent version of the curl and color you get from the aforementioned eyelash curler and mascara.
Classic Eyelash Extension
Classic eyelash extensions are – as their namesake – classic. They are simple, beautiful, natural-looking lash extensions. They are applied on a 1:1 ratio, which means one extension on…
Hybrid Eyelash Extension
A Hybrid lash treatment is a combination of two techniques: Volume (SVS or Russian) and Individual lash extensions (Extend). Taking the best bits from both treatments, Hybrid…
Volume Eyelash Extension
Volume lashes where two or more individual extensions are attached to each natural lash. They are first formed into fans, which is where the desired number of lashes are fanned…
Brow lamination is similar to a lash lift, as it lifts your brow hairs to make them look fuller and…
Brow Lamination and Tint
A brow tint is applied onto the brows to darken them with a combination of brow lamination.
Brow Wax and Henna
In this service, we shape brows and apply henna. Henna is used as a brow tint that dyes the…
Microblading is a semi-permanent tattooing technique used for the eyebrows. Microblading can be used on someone with little…
Ombre Powder Brows
Ombre brows, also known as Powdered Brows, are a semi-permanent eyebrow styling technique that creates a soft shaded brow pencil look…
Brow Wax and Tint
In this service, we will shape brows with wax, then apply semi-permanent dye to enhance, shape, and define your brows and give them a fuller look.
Like microblading, this semi-permanent pigment-depositing treatment is meant to give the wearer…
Air brush is a spray tan done by a spray tan artist. There are different color options to choose from at clinic.
Waxing removes dead skin cells along with the hair in your underarms, which provides skin with the next level exfoliation needed to brighten these areas previously darkened by shaving.
Before & Afters
Frequently Asked Questions
The biggest difference between the two semi-permanent eyebrow styling techniques is how the pigment is deposited into the skin. Microblading uses a handheld tool to carve small cuts into the skin, whereas Ombre brows are done using a machine. The ombre powder technique is a bit less invasive than that of microblading.
Microblading can take up to 2 hours. Eyebrow mapping is done before the procedure where the artist will measure and draw the outline of the desired eyebrow shape. Then numbing cream is applied to the area. Next the artist will begin making tiny hair-like strokes to ultimately create a natural looking brow.
Although numbing cream is used, it can be a little uncomfortable but tolerable. After microblading is complete your newly created eyebrows cannot get wet for 10 days. Which makes showering, washing your hair, and working out difficult. I recommend patients to purchase microblading face shields that they can use in the shower. These work wonderful for those who wash their hair frequently.
You can expect for the first couple of days, the color of your new brows being bolder, and darker. Flaking and scabbing can start after 4-5 days. It is very important not to pick at these flakes or scabs. Picking can pull out the pigment leading to loss of color in those spots.
The healing process can take a month as it takes the skin about 30 days to regenerate. Therefore, the 30-day mark is when the true color will show itself. A touch-up appointment is needed 6 weeks after the initial appointment to make any adjustments.
A lip blushing procedure is similar to lip tattooing. It’s accomplished in the following way:
1. First, your provider will numb your lips so that you’ll feel less pain and discomfort.
2. While you’re waiting for the numbing agent to take full effect, your provider will go over your desired lip shape and tone, as well as any sketches that need your approval.
3. Next, they’ll insert a natural-looking pigment into your lips using small needles. This is done in multiple layers to help create an even tone.
4. In all, the process can take between 1 and 3 hours.
Your provider will apply a numbing product to your lips beforehand to help minimize pain and discomfort.
The lower your pain tolerance, the more discomfort you might feel. However, some people may not feel much pain at all. You may consider taking acetaminophen before your appointment to decrease your chances of feeling pain.
Avoid taking naproxen, ibuprofen, or aspirin beforehand, as well as supplements like fish oil, garlic, gingko, and vitamin E — these can increase bleeding and bruising.
Lip blushing is considered a semipermanent procedure. This means you’ll need to repeat the process every few years to maintain your results.
Frequent lip exfoliation, sun exposure, and smoking can all make the pigment fade quicker.
Lip blushing carries the same side effects and risks of traditional tattooing. Minor side effects are to be expected, though they’ll decrease as your lips heal. These include:
Without proper aftercare and healing, your lips may become infected. Call a doctor if you notice:
● excessive swelling
● worsening pain
● pus oozing from your lips
A severe infection may also cause a fever and chills. Other possible side effects include:
● skin bumps
● uneven coloring
● blood-borne illnesses from shared equipment
Lip blushing can help if you’d like to achieve more symmetry and tone. Your provider will likely help you choose a natural-looking pigment for your treatment.