Is This Establishment Certified and Licensed?

Yes; Multi-certifed (national & international), valid licensed available and insured to practice Professional Permanent Makeup/Cosmetic Tattoos in the state of Nevada.


Has The Work Space Pass The County's Health Department?

Yes! The Studio has been throughly inspected and approved from Southern Nevada Health District.


How to get Consultation?

Online Consultations, Virtual Samples, or scheduled in-salon Consultations are FREE!


Does It Hurt?

Effective Topical Numbing creams are optional for pre-procedure, and secondary numbing for maximum comfort. Most clients have described the pain level as minimal while others have slept through majority of the process!


How Long Does The Healing Process Take?

TRUE healed results can take between 4 to 8 weeks minimum to show after the 2nd session. Please keep in mind the importance of the specific aftercare instructions and use the kit provided, ESPECIALLY within the first 2 weeks of every new tattoo.


How Long Does It Last?

Permanent Makeup can last anywhere between 2 to 5 years. Depending on skin factors (oily skin, Retinol, anti-aging products), daily activities, and tanning/sun exposure, these can affect how long your tattoo will last. Aftercare is once again, extremely important factor for final results! (The treatment is not complete without the 6 to 8 week following touch up/2nd session.) Yearly touch ups are not required but highly recommended for a fresh color boost and to avoid fading.


Will It Look Natural?

Absolutely! This is MODERN Permanent Makeup. Nano Machine Brows, and Microshading techniques are designed to simulate realistic brow hair and patterns. Ombre and Powder Brows are a soft shading/penciled in look, but also have the options of being bold or subtle to your preference.


How To Choose The Right Color Pigment For You?

Customized colors are targeted based on the natural hair color, FItzpatrick Scale, and skin undertones. Colors are all customizable.


Will I Get To "Preveiw" My Eyebrows Before It Is Permanent/Tattooed?

Yes! We do NOT and will never start tattooing until the approval of the initial pre-drawing by the client.


What are Nano Brows and the difference between that and Microblading?

Nano Machine Brows (Nano Brows):

A single nano-sized tattoo needle is used with a tattoo rotary machine.

This technique is tapping pigment into the skin, leading to less trauma to the skin than traditional Microblading.

Nano Brows wil be suitable for most skin types but with oily skin, shading is still a must!

These brows have a longevity of 2-5 years. Touch-ups are recommended once or every other year.


The manual method with a Microblade, (the blade is not an actual blade but a row of needles formed together) are cuts in the skin for the pigment to go into.

It is only recommended for people that have dry/normal skin. (Oilier skin will blur out the hairstrokes and have less to no retention.)

Scarring will occur from repeatedly cutting the skin open.

These brows will have a longevity of 1-2 years with necessary annual touch-ups.


How Long Does Each Procedure Take?

  • Eyebrows: 1.5-2.5 Hours
  • Eyeliners: 1-2 Hours
  • Lips: 2-3 Hours
  • Correctional Work: 3 Hours
  • Saline Tattoo Removal: 45 Minutes
  • Tattoos: Varies
  • Scalp Micro Pigmentation: 3-4 Hours

Every client and goal can vary!


What Kind Of Pigment Is Used In Permanent Makeup/Cosmetic Tattooing?

The products being used are U.S. made, Worldwide Certified Ink with the highest lightfastness rating for maximum color stability and performance. All of the products used are Vegan and cruelty-free, no heavy metals are used, and Gamma-ray sterilized.


Can BOTCHED Eyebrows Be Fixed?

These individual cases will vary and will not look the same as virgin brows. Depending on your current shape, color, skin/scarring, and your expectations we should be able to move forward. Worst case scenario, Saline Tattoo Reduction will be the best option and lighten the old tattoo to start with a more "fresh" canvas of skin.


Do Your Eyebrow Hairs Grow Back The Same Afterwards?

Yes! First off, eyebrows are NOT shaved off prior to the tattoo and you will not shed any hairs from the procedure and will not lose hair from correct techniques! Manual blading or Machine brows will not affect your natural hair growth. With incorrect tecniques, you will see hyperpigmentations, possible hair loss, and scarring of the skin.


What Should I Know Before My Appointment?

  • Do NOT drink alcohol or any caffinated drinks within a minimum of 24 hours. This will cause extra bleeding which can reject pigments during the procedure.
  • Please try to refrain for 48 to 72 hours minimum from any over the counter blood thinners such as Advil, Ibuprofen, Niacin, Vitamin E, or Fish Oils, unless medically necessary. This will cause extra bleeding which can reject pigments during the procedure.
  • For any Lip procedure, if you are prone to Cold Sores/Herpes (HVS-1) please speak to your Doctor or Physician for a prescription medication. The medication needs to be taken at least 48 hours before the appointment day. This is to prevent any unpredictable "break outs".
  • If you have/want Botox/Fillers, any Permanent Makeup should be done after 4 weeks healed or 4 weeks prior to.
  • No Waxing, Tanning, or Brow Henna/Tinting, or Lamination within 3 days before your appointment. (Waxing can lead to broken skin, which will allow pigment to soak up in even the slightest wounds.


Who Is NOT Suitable For Permanent Makeup?

It is your duty to be honest. You must be cleared and have a Doctor's Note.

  • If it has been less than 2 weeks since your last Covid-19 Vaccine and if you are in the process of receiving a second dose. For any PMU, any patron that has received or will receive the Covid-19 Vaccines must wait up to 2 weeks prior and after.
  • Minors (Under the age of 18)
  • If Pregnant or Nursing/Breastfeeding.
  • Individuals with Epilepsy.
  • Individuals that are Diabetic. 
  • Viral infection/disease Coronavirus (COVID-19) included. You must be negative.
  • History of Keloids.
  • Accutane usage within the past year.
  • Individuals undergoing Chemotherapy.
  • Individuals with Lupus.
  • Individuals with Glaucoma.
  • Individuals with Heart Problems or Pacemakers.
  • Individuals who have undergone an Organ Transplant.
  • Any treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system. 
  • Individuals with skin conditions. (Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis, Sunburns, Rashes, etc.)