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PostHeaderIcon Permanent Cosmetics

As you read through this web site, you will see that Kathleen is a true advocate of educating the clients who want permanent makeup. Since the cost of permanent makeup can be pretty steep, you want to make sure you get the best results! Most of the time, you get what you pay for, so as you do your shopping for the right permanent makeup artist, make sure you check out his/her qualifications. The most critical qualifications to look for are the following:

* Current certification in Blood Born Pathogens

* Formal academic training that provides a minimum of 100 hours of education

* Certificate from the County Health Department designating their facility as an approved Licensed Body Art/Tattoo Facility

* Certificate from the County Health Department designating the artist as an approved Licensed Body Art Professional



Also called permanent make-up (makeup), micropigmentation, and Microblading.

A prescription strength topical anesthetic is applied for every procedure in order to make the client as comfortable as possible.

As with tattoo artists, permanent makeup artists use very fine needles for their procedures. And since both techniques penetrate the dermal layer of the skin (just beneath the epidermis or outer layer of the skin), they are both permanent and considered tattoos. However, unlike tattoo artists, permanent makeup artists do NOT use ink. A permanent makeup artist who has been formally trained will NEVER use ink on the face! Permanent makeup artists use iron oxide (not ink), or organic pigment for their procedures.  This method of inserting pigment into the skin is used for a variety of permanent cosmetic enhancements. This tattoo art, which mimics makeup, lasts many years and enhances beauty without having to deal with daily applications of expensive products. It can be a valuable procedure for camouflaging scars, burns, skin pigmentation variances caused by Vitiligo. Permanent cosmetics is also used to correct some facial irregularities/asymmetries or to further enhance facial rejuvenation and post-operative treatments.

The most common procedures are eyebrows (microblade hairstrokes or Fashion Powder Brows), eyeliners (upper and lower), and lip color. Areola re-pigmentation is done primarily on women who have had breast reconstruction or a mastectomy.

Permanent cosmetic procedures rarely produce any bruising of the skin tissue, although some temporary puffiness may occur.


Microblading Eyebrows $550 (includes one touch-up)

Fashion Brows (Powder Fill)  $550 (includes one touch-up)

Upper Eyeliner $270 (includes one touch-up)

Lower Eyeliner $180 (includes one touch-up)

Upper and Lower Liners $400 (includes one touch-up)

Full Lip Color $550 (includes one touch-up)

Color refresher for Eyeliners $200

Color refresher for Eyebrows $250

Color refresher for Full lips $275

Tattoo Removal $170/hr

If the cost of your procedure includes a touch-up, please make sure it is scheduled 10-12 weeks after the initial procedure.*

*Failure to have your touch-up done within the specified period of time will result in additional costs.


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10% Discount for cash payment

Location:  555 Knowles Dr. #110 Los Gatos, Ca. 95032
Call Kathleen @ (408) 309-2561
  • Licensed Body Art Practitioner
  • Master's Certificate for Permanent Makeup
  • Instructor's Certificate and Training for Permanent Makeup
  • Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals -- Lifetime member
  • Blood Born Pathogens certified
  • Registered Nurse in California
  • Over 14 years experience as body art professional