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To my Valued Clients,

We are experiencing a positive, yet overwhelming response to Dominique Sachse's video and we are temporarily unable to keep up with the demand to take appointments via voice or text. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. We are working towards implementing a system to provide the best service for our clients and keep up with the volume of communications. We will be posting an update when the system is in place.

For your convenience, we have provided Online Booking. If you would like to be added to our cancellation list and be notified by one of our team members in the event that sooner appointments become available, please follow the steps below:

  1. Book your appointment according to your own schedule**.
  2. Send an email to detailing your full name, phone number, appointment time and your preference of either; first available or you may provide a list of specific dates that are most convenient to your schedule.

**You MUST have an appointment scheduled prior to being added to the cancellation list. This is to ensure priority goes to clients who have already secured their appointments with a deposit. **

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q? What is Permanent Makeup?


Permanent Makeup, by definition, is basically a form of tattooing, by placing the pigment into the dermal layer of the skin. The difference is that cosmetic tattooing is done more superficially and the colors are blended in order to look soft and natural. The application is created by a series of tiny dots and/or lines applied in the color of your natural hair to mimic hair growth. This process helps to conceal scars on the head and/or in the brow area.

Q? How long does a procedure take?


It varies from person to person. Please, plean for 3 hours for a procedure.

Q? Who should I use?


Choose a technician carefully by considering training, experience, and portfolio. It is important to remember that the shape and proper placement of the procedure is as important as the right color. The desired look is obtained during the course of consultation, initial procedure and follow up procedures. Establishing a good rapport between you and your technician (or Artist, as I prefer to be called...) should be of utmost importance.

Q? What if I don't like the design or color after the procedure?


During the procedure, you are ultimately the one in control of both of these important decisions. You will be provided with several pigment colors to choose from, all of which are complimentary to your skin tone You will also have ample opportunity to direct the path as the procedure is happening. If you need help, I'm a Makeup Artist who has been trained in designing eyebrows that are right for your face... So I will be happy to assist you in determining a design, if you wish. The things to take into consideration are your bone structure, skin tone and facial shape. You must approve of all design work (color & shape) before we proceed. This is your face, your procedure and it must meet your expectations. I do work conservatively and won't do anything I feel won't give you a subtle, natural look. The most common issue is with slight patchiness. This sometimes does occur and is easily adjusted when you come in for your follow-up visit in about 6 weeks.

Although the procedure is considered permanent, these procedures do have flexibility in changing color and shape to some extent. Colors will appear darker immediately following the procedure but will soften and lighten during the healing process. The healing time is different for each individual and procedure - so it is important to keep this in mind as you are experiencing the healing process!

Q? Why are multiple sessions necessary?


Every face is different... Each skin type is different. Some skin types accept the pigment better than other types and more pigment may be retained in one session with one person over another. Also, fine details, additional color, depth or design adjustments are more easily made after the initial healing is complete. A follow-up visit is always considered vital - if only to meet to discuss healed outcome of the procedure, take your after picture, and agree that no further work is necessary. Typically it takes a total of at least 2, possibly 3 applications, 4-8 weeks apart to achieve the desired outcome.

Q? If this is permanent, why are future touch-ups necessary?


Permanent Makeup is considered permanent mainly because you cannot wash it off. However, because pigments are blended with your skin, color may not stay and may need to be refilled or adjustmetns may need to be made. There are other issues that affect the appearance of your procedure. The number 1 long term culprit is sun exposure! So protect your investment by using sunscreen every day.  Also, changing health conditions, smoking, medications, anti-aging products, and hormonal changes all can have an effect on your pigment retention. You should keep your follow up visit since it helps prolong the look. Then, at some point in the future, usually several years after your initial procedure, you will want to refresh your color, which I offer at a 20% discount.

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