A.A.M. -Board Certified Permanent Makeup Artist
All new clients are required to fill out a virtual consultation form. This form is located on the homepage under the book now button or by selecting the book now tab from the pull down options above. The virtual consultation is free of charge.
If you wish to book an in person consultation please call the office at 530-282-8151 or email at Jamiem.email@example.com. In person consultations are $30.00, Which is due at the time of booking. The fee is nonrefundable but here’s a plied to your full appointment cost if we move forward with booking.
my typical book out time is 6 to 8 months.
My schedule opens on the first of each month at 7 AM. I will book only one month at a time, six months in advance. So for example on December 1 2021, I will open up my schedule for May 2022, on January 1, I will not open up June, and so on.
New client's will not have access to my schedule without completing either a virtual consultation or an in person consultation.
My cancellation and waitlist are reserved for people who currently have an appointment on the schedule but had to reschedule. Anytime I have a last-minute opening a reach out to those people first and then if I am unable to fill that spot I will post it on social media.
all clients are considered a new client whether they’ve had previous work done or not. My touchup pricing is only for my current clients.
If you have old work done by another artist you will need to come in for an in person consultation. I will need to see the area, before I can decide to take you on as a client.
Just consultation is an important step to make sure that we can achieve the best outcome for you. Some people may need correction work, some people may need pigment removal but others may need just some touching up.
Saying that microblading, cosmetic tattooing, or permanent makeup, is semi-permanent is very misleading!
Indeed, many of the techniques and tools used today in the cosmetic tattooing industry are designed so that the work should fade, it is a tattoo!! Regardless of the techniques, tools, pigments, or the depth in the skin, the work is done, any time you place a pigment or ink into the skin, it is by definition a tattoo.
There is NO way for the artist to tell you how long the pigment/ink will remain in the skin. Everyone is unique, so too are the results and outcome of the work being done.
Pain is experienced differently by everyone but I do everything I can to keep my clients a comfortable as possible from beginning to the end. In most all cases a topical Anesthetic is applied at the beginning of your appointment.
Depending on the treatment done, in most cases, Cosmetic Tattooing will last between 1-3 years before a touch up is needed . Despite popular belief, the work will still be visible in the first few years and there is no way to truly know when the work will not be completely gone.
Several factors play into how long your Cosmetic Tattoo will last. Things such as skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, and skincare can affect how long the client can go between touch-ups.
Microblading is now a popular term for a form of Cosmetic Tattooing of the eyebrow. However, styles and techniques can be confusing. When most people think of "Microblading" they are thinking of the manual tool used to create hair strokes. The hair stroke look can be achieved with a manual tool or by a permanent makeup machine.
A permanent makeup machine is very similar to a traditional tattoo machine with a few small differences.
- I do not use the manual tool to create my brows. Everything is done with a rotary PMU machine.
Nano-strokes is a technique used to create what looks like a piece of hair. Shading is a soft deposit of color that can give a shading effect if done with hair strokes or it can give a soft makeup look.
All new clients need to complete either the virtual consultation form or an in person consultation before setting up a whole appointment. We will sit down together and figure out what is the best style and technique for you.