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Permanent Makeup / Tattoo Removal

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Phi-Contour Certified

What is permanent makeup ? 


A cosmetic technique in which a tattoo

Producing machine is used to produce designs that resemble makeup, such as eye-lining and enhancing other skin of the face, such as lips , or brows. 


What us PHI contour ? 


Phi-Contour is a skill of semi-permanent drawing of eyelids, lips, scalp or areola. The shape is calculated based on the golden proportion (Phi 1.618) and face morphology.... Our goal is to make corrections in color and shape, without a heavy make-up effect. 


Who is a great candidate for permanent makeup ?


If applied artistically, PMU can render trans-formative results. Clients who have the following conditions will greatly benefit from this service:


BROWS


• sparse eyebrows/lashes

• Alopecia Patients

• mobility limitations

• limited vision

• allergies to topical makeup


EYELINER


• sparse lash line

• allergies to topical makeup


LIPS


• want a more defined lip line

• have very pale lips

• have uneven lips

• have a cleft lip


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Ombre Powder Brow & Mega Volume Lashes

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Ombre Powder Brow & Hybrid Lashes

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Before & After Ombre Powder Brow & Mega Volume Lashes


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Baby Wing Liner

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Permanent Makeup / Tattoo Lightening

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Tired of your old permanent makeup ?

We can help with that !!! Pensacola Lash and Beauty Bar is now certified in LIFT saline removal / lightening for permanent makeup and small tattoos ! Results may vary and depend on individuals tattoo , pigment used , and aftercare followed. Clients should see results desired in approximately 2-8 sessions ! 

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Pre/Post Care

Lift saline permanent makeup and tattoo removal :

1.KEEP AREA CLEAN and open to the air. Do not cover with a Band-Aid and do not touch the area unless you just washed your hands.

2.CLEANSE 2x daily with saline. Dampen a cotton pad or gauze with over the counter saline and blot the area to cleanse.

3.DO NOT ICE AS THIS CONSTRICTS THE BLOOD VESSELS.

4.DO NOT SOAK the treated area in water. If it does get wet, gently pat dry.

5.NO BATHING, SWIMMING, SAUNAS, HOT TUBS, TANNING OR EXERCISING.

6 DO NOT DISRUPT, scratch or pick the scab. The unwanted pigment will be drawn up into the scab so it’s important to keep the scab as long as possible. Do not pick and allow scab to fall off naturally

7.TREAT AREA WITH TLC. Do not do anything that could compromise or cause problems to the treated area

ONCE ALL SCABBING FALLS OFF apply one drop of Vitamin E Oil 3 to 4 times a day throughout the day for a minimum of 4 weeks. DO NOT start applying the Vitamin E Oil until all scabs have naturally fallen off.

-LIPS- Please drink through a straw until all scabs are off. Brush teeth with a natural toothpaste (no bleach, whitener or peroxide). Cut food into small bites...no biting into a sandwich. Keep mouth expressions to a minimum. Once all scabs fall off either vitamin E oil or an all-natural healing lip balm is appropriate. Chapstick or Blistex is not appropriate.

•Permanent Eyeliner / Lash line Enhancement :

Swelling: Moderate. Following the procedure, you may find the area slightly puffy for the first few mornings.Use only Artificial Tears product to moisten and cleanse eye area.Avoid during healing process:· Contact lenses,Chlorine pools, Soaps, facial cleansers on pigmented area, Eye makeup (included non-allergenic makeup) until flaking is finished,Jacuzzi, sauna, Retin-A on pigmented area, Hot, long, steamy showers, Eyelash curlers,Terry towels on pigmented area, Mascara (then begin with a new bottle of mascara). Shower with your back to the water to keep water, shampoo, and conditioner from getting into the pigmented area. 

IF EYES BECOME INFECTED, call your physician and obtain prescription for eye drops.

Do not rub eyes: doing so may cause damage.Do not be alarmed by fading after first application. The final color cannot be judged until three weeks after touch-up applications are completed.

Eyebrows :

Swelling: Very slight. A little redness in the immediate area.Moisture: Keep the area of pigmentation lightly lubricated with a light film of Aquaphor. Do not put on too much. Apply two times per day--once in the morning, and once at night--for ten days. If a crust appears on the pigmented surface, DO NOT FORCE THE REMOVAL BY PICKING, SCRATCHING, OR WASHING!!! PIGMENT MAY BE REMOVED ALONG WITH THE CRUST!!! The brows will start off dark and will flake over the ten days. Once the brows have flaked, it takes another few weeks for the colored area to heal. The area can sometimes be pink or hazy during the healing process . It takes at least one follow-up for desired results. Yearly touch-ups are normally required depending on how well your skin holds ink.

Avoid during healing process: Soaps, facial cleansers, water on pigmented areas,Washing pigmented area, Chlorine pools, Retin-A on pigmented areas,Hot, steamy, long showers, Sun on pigmented areas,Jacuzzi or saunas, Terry towels on pigmented areas,Avoid makeup on pigmented area for five days, including non-allergenic makeup.Also, shower with your back to the water to keep water, shampoo, and conditioner from getting into the pigmented areas. Have a light application of lubrication on the pigmented area during showers.Do not be alarmed by fading after the first application. The final color cannot be judged until at least three weeks after the touchup applications are completed. This is the reason follow-ups are required