Frequently Asked Questions
Q : Is it permanent?
A: It is considered permanent by the state of Kentucky because it is "ink below the skin" however, it is not as deep as a typical tattoo and fades within years, so we consider it semi-permanent. It will need to be touched up.
Q : Do you shave the hair?
A: No, we do not shave the hair in the eyebrow. We may remove some of the fuzz outside of your shape before your service.
Q : Does it hurt?
A: Numbing cream is used in the process, and depending on the area being done, it may tickle or feel like a slight irritation. There should be no pain after the numbing cream begins.
Q : How do you choose color choice?
A: We consult with you, and choose colors based on your hair color / eye color, a long with other factors. We may go over these colors in our consultation.
Q : How often do I need a touchup?
A: Once a year is recommended to keep it vibrant, but it is as needed. Your first touch up right after is free and considered the second half of the service, and from there we charge a flat rate of $115 for every color boost touchup from there.
Q : Do I need an appointment?
A: An appointment is recommended to ensure we have availability for you. We very rarely have walk-in appointments available, but if we do, we are sure to get you in.
Q : What is the after-care of eyeliner consist of?
A: For Eyeliner, we recommend a coating of Tattoo Goo for 2 weeks after morning and night. No picking, peeling, or touching your permanent color. Please avoid UV tanning beds and no swimming for first 14 days.
Q : What is the after-care for Brows?
A: The following must be avoided during all 14 days post-brow procedure:
Hot sauna, hot bath, or Jacuzzi
Sun tanning or salon tanning
UV/UVA Rays or chemicals as they have been known to cause a shift in color and premature fading
Any laser or chemical treatments or peelings, and/or any creams containing Retin-A or Glycolic acid on the face or neck
Picking, peeling, or scratching of the micro pigmented area in order to avoid scarring of the area or removal of the pigment
Q: What are the qualifications my Permanent Makeup Artist will have?
A: In addition to graduating at a permanent makeup institute, all 3 of our Permanent Makeup Artists are Licensed in Cosmetology or Esthiology with at least 15+ years of experience shaping and contouring brows. They also have carried and renewed their Bloodborne Pathogen Certifications yearly. They are Licensed through the Health Department with the Health Department performing inspections regularly. Magnolia Day Spa is also a licensed and regularly checked facility through the Health Department. We take pride in a clean and disinfected environment in addition to using every safety precaution possible. Everything we use is disposable and / or sterile.