Micropigmentation / Microblading / Permanent Tattoo
Permanent makeup also known as micropigmentation eliminates the daily use of pencils or powders to fill-in, reshape, or recolor eyebrows.
Although the effects of aging, surgeries, and sun exposure may alter the pigment’s appearance over time it is permanent. This occurs because the dye is injected into the epidermis, a constantly renewing tissue. For this reason “refresher” appointments may be appropriate every few years to keep your makeup looking its best.
Permanent Makeup Services
Permanent Makeup For Medical Conditions
Advantage of Permanent Makeup
Shower, swimming, sweating... with this procedure you will always wake up looking your best.
Mini face lift
Permanent makeup adds fullness ad definition to thin or sparse eyebrows. This applies to people with thin or very light eyebrows.
At Goldy’s Clinic we use a simulated hair stroke technique to supplement the existing eyebrow hair. Bare sections can also be filled-in, bald spots from scars can be hidden with this procedure. A shaded or “powdery” look can also be achieved to softly supplement the brows if that is preferred and you will participate in the enitre process so you will be happy with your final look.
Permanent eyeliner can be anything from soft haze to a darker, defined effect, fill up between the eyelashes. This is the perfect answer for those with allergies, contacts, shaky hand, eye problems or simply to save time. Certain eyeliner shapes can change the appearance of your eyes. We can enhance your eye lashes by implanting color between the lashes so they look fuller.
Colors available – Black, brown, smokey blue, smokey green, or charcoal.
In the event of a stroke or uneven lips.
Loss of pigmentation from cold sores? or uneven lips from a stroke or other medical issues? Permanent lips can give more fullness and definition to the mouth as well as correct an uneven lip line. It can even minimize the appearance of wrinkles. Pigment can create a natural tone or a more visible color.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! This procedure is kosher because the dye that is injected into the epidermis is vegetable dye. It is 100% in accordance by Halacha. We suggest you ask your own Rabbi.
Your safety and comfort is our highest concern. Permanent cosmetics are applied using the highest sanitation and sterilization standards available. Sterile, single use needles are used with every client. Your artist is gloved at all times.
Pigments used in permanent cosmetics have an extensive record of safety. Used in both medical and artistic fields for over 20 years, their safety is undisputed. We use vegetable dye.
Although the length of the procedure may very as well as the number of visits required, most procedures generally take lass than 1 hour.