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Will permanent eyeliner change or look bad as I age?

Permanent cosmetics will fade gradually over time, so there will not be an obvious change in your applications. The color will fade and when you return for a touch-up you can also change the color (within reason) as you age. Ra'Chel never recommends “wide, winged eyeliners” because as the eye ages you could end up with what looks like a hook at the ends. Natural is always the best way to go! With permanent cosmetics the goal you want to achieve is to wake up looking refreshed, not like you are going out to a party. If your goal is a dramatic look, then Ra'Chel is not the practitioner for you.

What if I am using Latisse? Can I still get an eyeliner procedure?

It is very important to stop using Latisse at least 2 months before having a permanent eyeliner procedure. In some cases Ra'Chel may refuse to work on a client who has had Latisse if their eyelids are thin to begin with. Do not start to use Latisse until at least two weeks after you have completed your final procedure.

I had an unsatisfactory eyeliner procedure done elsewhere, can Ra'Chel fix it?

Please contact Ra'Chel for a consultation.

What if I have lash extensions?

Ra'Chel requires that they be removed before she starts the procedure.

What is the difference between Micro Blading and Permanent Cosmetics?

Ra'Chel does not recommend Micro Blading! Micro Blading is incising the skin with what is basically a small blade. The micro blading technique was originally developed by tattoo artists who perform body/skin modifications, aka intentional scarring. It is often done by brand new technicians who do not have the experience to control the depth of the blade in the skin while working. This past year many people have taken a two-day micro blading course and try to practice “under the radar” of licensing by health departments. These unlicensed technicians are basically committing fraud, as they claim micro blading is not tattooing or micropigmentation, but in fact they are putting color into the skin with a blade which falls under the health department laws regulating body art and tattoos. Ra'Chel frequently sees clients who have been scarred by this method. So please check your technician’s state licensing before considering any procedure.

Is the procedure painful?

Ra'Chel uses the strongest topical anesthetics available. The sensation to pain will vary between clients. Once the topical anesthetic takes effect, many clients report that they feel no discomfort during the procedures. Some clients report the eyeliner procedure tickles.

Is Permanent Cosmetics expensive?

Not if you look at long-term cost and effect. Micropigmentation actually costs little compared to lifelong daily make-up expenses. Permanent make- up doesn’t run or wash off! Consider it a beautiful investment in yourself. Ra'Chel’s practice consists of nearly 1/3 of services which are corrective procedures from bad work done elsewhere. When you go bargain shopping for the lowest price, the work you receive may be reflective with unsatisfactory results. Your face is too important to chance having such serious work done by a technician who does not have the experience, training or artistic talent to achieve the best result.

Are there safety issues that I should be concerned with?

All procedures performed adhere to strict OSHA standards for safety and sterilization. Ra'Chel takes a yearly Blood Born Pathogens exam.Here is our safety protocol:

  • Pre-sterilized disposable needles which are opened in front of client
  • Pre-sterilized disposable pigment cups
  • Gamma sterilized pigments used. No tattoo inks used.
  • Barrier film on all communicable surfaces
  • New treatment table paper used for each client
  • Disposable needle containment system
  • New gloves between client procedures and throughout your procedure
  • Distilled water used in disposable paper cup
  • New wipes, cotton pads and cotton swabs
  • Hospital grade disinfectant for tables, lamps, instruments and surfaces


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