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What are the Benefits?

Knowing that your make up  has been applied  by professionals specializing in the Art of Permanent Cosmetics. You will also gain confidence of having your cosmetics stay on 24 hours no matter where you are or what you are doing.

Will  I still need to wear Make Up?

You may enhance your Permanent Make Up  with regular cosmetics for different occasions, or you do not need to wear any at all. We strive to make you look very Natural with our procedures.



Who Would Benefit?Those who have little or no time for     the daily ritual of applying their           make up.

~ Those with dexterity or vision              problems.

~ Allergies to make up.

~ Contact lense wearers.

~ Sports Active People.

​~ Those men and women with hair       loss due to chemotheraphy,                 alopecia, or any health or life             challenge.


Is it Safe?

It should be comforting to know that we use only the most strict sanitation and sterilization procedures and only "New Disposable Needles" are used for your safety , as well as being Licensed and Inspected yearly from The Ocean County Health Department and abiding by all of New Jersey State Laws.  We send you  home with aftercare ointments , along with special instructions on how to care for your procedure.

Does it Hurt?

There is usually minimal discomfort. We use topical anesthetics to numb you before & during your entire procedure, to greatly reduce discomfort and promise relaxation.

Style Trends!!

We use colors and shapes that are custom blended for YOUR face, skin tone , eyes and hair color to give you a soft and natural appearance.

What is Permanent Cosmetics?

Permanent Cosmetics is a natural iron oxide pigment that is specifically designed for facial applications. There are  no added ingredients. Micro pigment implantation is a safe and completely controlled method of applying micro insertions that form a natural shadow of color on the skin. Carefully applied, the pigment is placed into the uppermost dermal layer of the skin.