Top or Bottom $250.00
Top and Bottom $450.00
Winged Eyeliner $400
For the most natural look, you may want to try an eyelash base enhancement. This service involves applying pigment to the skin at the base of the lashes, between the rows of individual hairs. This differs from permanent eyeliner in that no obvious line is drawn beyond the last row of lashes. The effect is that of fuller, thicker, and darker lashes. This service is popular with men and women looking to enhance eye definition without the appearance of makeup.
Who is an eyelash base enhancement good for?
If you don’t wear a lot of makeup, but feel like you look “washed out” without it, an eyeliner or eyelash enhancement is perfect for you. Only a very small amount of eyeliner color will be deposited throughout your natural lash line to make you appear as if your eyelashes are lush and dark. A touch up is required at 4-6 weeks and costs $50.
AREOLA RE-PIGMENTATION & NIPPLE RESTORATION
UNILATERAL $500.00, BILATERAL $900.00
If you’ve had a mastectomy or another type of breast surgery, or if you have irregular, fading, of faded areolas, J Marie Skin Studio can restore or enhance the look of your breasts. And, for many women and men, that translates to restored confidence.
Areola re-pigmentation is a specialty area of permanent cosmetics, sometimes referred to as a paramedical procedure. It requires advanced education, extensive training, and experience. That’s especially true with today’s 3D techniques, which produce astonishingly realistic results.
If you have suffered a lumpectomy or mastectomy, you may need to have one or both areolas and nipples recreated. At J Marie Skin Studio, our highly skilled artists are masters at applying micropigmentation, playing with light and shadows to achieve a 3D effect or the illusion of a protruding nipple. For a unilateral mastectomy, our artists take great care in matching the new areola/nipple to the existing. For bilateral mastectomy patients, our artists work with you to design and create both areolas and nipples. This type of complex areola simulation can be achieved with or without a nipple “button” created by your surgeon. Areola/nipple restoration is usually done a minimum of 6 months after surgery and may require more than one visit to achieve the best results.
Each year, J Marie Skin Studio offers a certain number of complimentary areola/nipple restorations to cancer survivors, please contact us for details.
Scalp Pigmentation is the leading and revolutionary method of cosmetic pigmentation. Similar to, but more advanced than getting a traditional tattoo, the Scalp Pigmentation treatment uses micro needles to add highly specialized colored pigment to the scalp imitating the look of natural hair follicles.
BENEFITS OF SCALP PIGMENTATION
Visually resembles pores on a balding scalp
Can be used to disguise scalp scars after transplantation surgery
Can be performed on patients with either a shaved head or long hair
Male pattern baldness
Woman’s hair loss
Have scars from neurosurgery or head trauma, other surgeries, and/or hair restoration procedures
Are unable to grow back their hair after chemotherapy
Suffer from autoimmune diseases such as alopecia
Have regional balding, with or without a shaved scalp
Microblading is a semi-permanent technique that mimics the appearance of natural hair strokes, providing a flawless, fuller-looking brow. Whether you desire a subtle enhancement or a full brow transformation, our team is here to listen, advise and create results that exceed expectations.
Using top-quality pigments and state-of-the-art equipment, we ensure safety, precision and comfort at all times, offering a bespoke experience tailored to each individual's needs and preferences. Our promise is to deliver stunning results that are as unique and individual as you are.
Schedule at J Marie Skin Studio and discover the effortless beauty of professionally microbladed brows. Let us redefine your beauty experience - book an appointment today, and let us craft brows that complement your natural beauty and enhance your facial features. Thanks!
Powder Brows are a type of permanent makeup that uses machine shading techniques versus manually applied hair strokes. This creates a soft powdery look that mimics makeup. Typically the tail of the brow is the darkest and lightens to the front of the brow creating an ombre effect. Powder brows are great for most clients, especially those with mature and/or oily skin as well as those who have had previous permanent brows.
Who are Powder Brows Good For?
Powder brows are great for any age and any skin type! Powder brows tend to last longer than microblading and leave the skin in a strong, healthy state. Powder brows, on average, last around 2-4 years before needing a touch up. This option is great for anyone who has troublesome skin such as oily, dry or aged skin or for those who have very little to no hair. One of our technician's favorite looks is a combination brow, which is a combo of the powder brow + hair strokes throughout the head and body of the brow to give definition, texture and an overall realistic 3D look. This option is also recommend if you are covering up old permanent makeup that has possibly faded, scarred or changed colors. This is a good option for anyone who has tried microblading in the past, but felt the pigment never took or simply did not stay visible long enough.
The Powder Brow Process:
The process is the exact same as microblading except a different tool is used to actually apply the pigment into the skin. Once the shape and color is agreed upon, your technician will begin implanting the pigment with a quiet and gentle tattoo machine. No loud buzzing or crazy vibrations here!
The key to a more confident smile. The key to sexy, smudge-free lips.
There’s no other makeup ritual that has to be repeated as often as the reapplication of lipsticks, liners and glosses. It smears off eating, drinking, sweating, kissing your baby, or just by talking! Permanent lip blushing frees you from the nuisance of reapplying lipstick ten times a day, and the embarrassment of lipstick coming off on everything from mugs to a special someone’s face. Lip blushing shapes and defines your natural lip line as well as enhances your natural lip color, giving your lips a healthy, sexy appearance.
Who is lip tinting good for?
This procedure is great for people with a natural lip color that is so similar to their face color that they appear washed out without lipstick on. It is also great for those with uneven or undefined lips. Lip blushing can help to cover scarring, de-emphasize age lines, correct color, add definition and fullness, plus you can still wear lipstick whenever you want! Lip tinting does not impact the color or application of lipsticks, you simply get the benefit of your lips looking fabulous during those times you don't feel like wearing lipstick.
The lip tinting procedure
The experienced permanent makeup artists at J Marie Skin Studio are adept in the art and science of designing the correct and perfect lip shape. Your procedure will start with a consultation. She’ll look at your face and lip shape and advise where your lip line should be. Together, with over 20 hypo-allergenic pigments, you’ll custom blend the perfect shade – whether that’s a “just-bitten” barely there stain to a more bold look. She’ll draw in your shape and color with pencil and once agreed upon you simply lay back and let her work her magic!
You’ll be numbed by a topical anesthetic for minimum discomfort, and your technician will use a micropigmentation pen to artistically create your new perfect lips. Because the “tattoo” is only going into the dermal layer of your skin, it will fade in 1-2 years. This semi-permanence is ideal because lip and facial shapes change over time, as do lip style trends. A touch up is required at 4-6 weeks and costs $100.
LIP LINER ONLY
Permanent lip liner is simply a mild form of tattoo that’s placed on the lips. It’s the implementation of color around the vermilion border of the lips, where often, as we age, the contrast and definition of a youthful looking lip has flattened and faded. This makes the lips seem as if they’ve disappeared.
Add Who is Lip Liner good for?
This treatment is great for anyone who is used to wearing makeup and likes to use pencil, lipstick and gloss, but wants to keep the time and effort to a minimum. It is also for someone who has had their lip color and definition fade out or their border flatten over time. We also recommend it for those with significant asymmetries since the technique can add balance. A touch up is required at 4-6 weeks and costs $100.
Do not work out the day of procedure.
Avoid sun and tanning one week prior to procedure.
Discontinue Retin-A 2 weeks prior.
Avoid Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion or facials for 2 weeks prior to procedure.
Injectables such as botox and filler must be done 2 weeks prior or after procedure.
Do not take Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Niacin, Vitamin E or Advil/Ibuprofen 24 hours before procedure.
Avoid Fish Oil, Prenatal Vitamins, and "Hair, Skin, Nail" supplements 24 hours prior.
No alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before procedure.
Eyebrow tweezing, waxing or tinting must be done at least 72 hours before the procedure. It is best to come with full, unmaintained brows.
Refrain from use of any Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) products close to the eyebrow area 2 weeks prior to and 2 weeks after your procedure.
Please note that you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.
Do not wear contact lenses during eyeliner procedure. Remember to bring your glasses. You may resume wearing your contact lenses the following day.
Try to hydrate lips as much as possible prior to procedure. The more hydrated your lips, the less peeling you will experience after the procedure.
The Day After: When your new makeup is completed it will appear very dark and bold. This is temporary. You are seeing pigment in both layers of your skin (epidermis and dermis). The top layer of your skin sheds and renews itself every few days and with this natural process the pigment in the top layer will peel off. This initial DARK look will not last. Only the color in the dermis (second layer of skin) will be long-lasting. If you are happy with your new permanent cosmetic color and darkness when you leave your first session, then you will be unhappy within one to three weeks. We want it to feel too dark at first. For this reason it is important for you to be patient and let your skin heal and to have trust in the process. The first application is to “saturate” the desired area to be pigment and to build a foundation. Your second visit is to shape, smooth, perfect and enhance the permanent makeup. This is why the touch up appointment at 4-6 weeks out is non-negotiable and must happen in order for your permanent makeup to retain and look its best.
For the first 2-3 days following permanent makeup applications you will have swelling, redness and tenderness in the area of your newly applied makeup. It is important to pamper your new makeup and keep a protective layer of ointment over the affected area. This prevents scab formation and drying, which can “lift out” the newly implanted color. It is normal for you to experience flaking of the skin with the brows and eyeliner. Lip pigmentation may flake or actually peel. Again, do NOT pick at any skin flaking or peeling off.
The treated area should be surface healed within 5 - 7 days however some individuals may take longer. For this reason it is crucial to treat the area as an open wound and be very cautious about keeping it clean. Again, when you leave the appointment, the color may likely be a shade too dark and in 3 to 5 days it might look too light. In a week to 10 days following your treatment the true color will begin to show more. Treated area should be surface healed within 5 —7 days however some individuals may take longer. It is NORMAL to lose approximately 30-40% of the color during the eyebrow healing process. When you leave today, the color may be a shade too dark, and in 3 to 5 days it will look too light. In a week to 10 days following your treatment the color will begin to show more.
Touch-Up Visit: This is exactly what the name implies. The goal of this visit is to fill in any areas that need enhancement. Often this is areas that have healed with a loss of pigment. Every person is unique, and we cannot predict how your makeup will appear. Some people hold pigment really well, while others tend to fade more. Rest assured that I will do my very best to make you happy with your investment in permanent makeup. Your cooperation is vital and appreciated!