Wake up beautiful every day.
Full Lips: $800 – $900
Eyeliner: $600 – $900
WE HAVE A NO REFUND POLICY & THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO ANYONE!
A $300 DEPOSIT is required for all Permanent Makeup appointments.
A $30 fee will be charged to process any & all cancellations!
Included in the Price
Permanent Makeup procedures with our technicians (NOT Lucy) include ONE complimentary touchup session. Permanent Makeup procedures with Lucy Hart do NOT include a touchup session. If you feel you need a follow up session with Lucy, you may schedule your appointment within two months of your first session for $200.
“No shows” lose their free touch up privileges and deposits. Please give us at least 5 days to fill your spot if you need to reschedule to not forfeit your deposit payment.
What is permanent makeup?
Permanent makeup is a specialized technique used for permanent cosmetics which is sometimes referred to as micro pigmentation. The process includes a free consultation, the application of pigment, and one follow-up visit. During the follow-up visit, the area is evaluated and touch ups are added where needed to perfect the look.
Who is permanent makeup for?
If you are ready to look your best from the moment you wake up in the morning to the time you rest your head, then it’s for you. If you’re a busy mom or career woman and don’t have the time to fill in your eyebrows every morning, it’s the perfect solution for you. If you dislike wearing makeup and would rather keep it natural but still have perfect eyebrows then it’s definitely for you. It is also perfect for people who are very active, who do a lot of sports or go to the gym on a daily because you don’t have to worry about your makeup getting smeared.
Who should not get permanent makeup?
Although most people have perfect results, some people are not good candidates for permanent makeup. Here’s a list of circumstances in which permanent make is not recommended.
If you have excessive oily skin there is a chance that the pigment will not take on your skin and fading will occur faster. In these cases, our clients don’t wait for their annual touch ups and chose to come in sooner and more frequently.
You have an existing eyebrow, eyeliner, lip tattoo. If you have an old tattoo, you will need to schedule a tattoo removal with Kathy and follow the recommended procedures before you can get a new tattoo.
If you’ve had Botox or any other facial aesthetic procedures in the past 30 days.
If you are sick with the cold, flu etc.
If you are Diabetic.
If you are pregnant or nursing.
If you have Epilepsy.
If you have a viral infection and / or diseases.
If you are undergoing Chemotherapy.
If you have a skin irritation such as Rosacea or psoriasis near the area being worked on.
If you have had an organ transplant.
If you have a pacemaker or any major heart problems.
If you’ve used Accutane in the past year.
What type of permanent makeup procedures are there?
The possibilities with permanent makeup are endless, however, at Lucy Hart Ink we focus on eyebrows, eyeliner, and lips.
Does permanent makeup look natural?
Lucy Hart has been doing makeup for almost 15 years so she is not only a professional, she is also an artist. Her experience, steady, hand and passion for beauty translate over to permanent makeup. She prides herself on providing the most natural procedures in the business. There are many great technicians out there but Lucy’s distinct style, obsession with perfection and intense attention to detail are what set her apart from the rest. A substantial percentage of her clients come to her for corrections after experiencing unsatisfactory treatments done elsewhere. Permanent makeup isn’t supposed to be noticeable, it’s meant to look natural and that’s exactly what you’ll get at Lucy Hart Ink.
How long does the healing process take?
It is completely normal to experience some tenderness and swelling immediately following the procedure and for a few days after. The pigment will appear darker and more vibrant than how it will actually look when it is healed. Healing durations vary with each person but generally take between 5 to 8 days. Other than the slight sensitivity to the treated area, healing is normally painless.
How long does it last?
Although permanent makeup lasts for years allowing you to focus on more important matters, the exact length of time varies depending on skin type, lifestyle and exposure to the sun. To maximize the duration, please follow the after treatment care provided above and try and always cover treated area when in the sun.
RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH PERMANENT MAKE UP
Permanent skin pigmentation procedure carries with it known and unknown complications and consequences associated with this type of cosmetic procedure, including but not limited to; infection, scarring, inconsistent color, and spreading, fanning or fading of pigments. Corneal abrasions are a rare side effect, especially if I rub or scratch my eyes or apply contacts too soon after any eyeliner procedure. The actual color of the pigment may modify slightly, due to the tone and color of your skin.
Before & After Care
What to do Before your procedure.
To maximize the procedure, it is important that you follow the procedures listed below prior to your scheduled visit.
Do not take Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Niacin or Vitamin E 24 hours before your procedure.
Do not go tanning in or outdoors or have a sunburned face.
Do not get a wax or tint 3 days before.
Do not work out the day of.
Do not drink alcohol or caffeine the day of the procedure.
Do keep in mind that if you are scheduled during your menstrual cycle you will be more sensitive.
What to do After your procedure.
To ensure that you have long lasting results, please follow the aftercare procedures outlined below.
Absolutely no cleansers, creams, makeup or any other products on treated area for 2 weeks.
No water on treated area either.
Keep the area clean and sterile.
Don’t scratch, rub or pick at the area, let it heal on its own. Scabbing or dry skin are normal and a part of the process so let it heal naturally.
Avoid sleeping on your face for as long as possible but specifically for at least 10 days.
Do not get any other treatments on or near the area such as botox, facials, chemical peels or microdermabrasion for at least one month.
Avoid the sun for at least a month and if you can’t help it, always cover the treated area.
Avoid heavy sweating for at least two weeks, so that means NO working out. Sorry ladies!
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYONE’S SKIN IS DIFFERENT SO THE RESULTS VARY FROM ONE PERSON TO THE NEXT. THIS MEANS THAT THE TATTOO MAY FADE AND WITH SOME PEOPLE COMPLETELY DISAPPEAR. YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS A RISK YOU ARE TAKING. PERMANENT MAKEUP IS AN ART AND NOT A SCIENCE SO IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU UNDERSTAND THAT ALTHOUGH 95% OF CLIENTS HAVE A SUCCESSFUL PROCEDURE, SOME DON’T. SOME PEOPLE’S SKIN DOES NOT TAKE THE TATTOO SO IT FADES PARTIALLY AND OR FULLY AND THAT IS A MAJOR RISK YOU ARE TAKING.
YOU WILL BE GIVEN A CONCENT FORM WHEN YOU ARRIVE WHICH WILL OUTLINE THIS AND MORE IN DETAIL, BUT IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS, PLEASE CALL US BEFORE YOU BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT.
Terms & Conditions
We advise all patients to read and fully understand these terms and conditions prior to making an appointment.
Permanent Make Up is a form of cosmetic tattooing where pigment is placed in the dermal layer of the tissue. Retention of the pigment is out of our control, as it is determined by the patient’s skin type, how well they follow after-care procedures, as well as their immune system, therefore no specific result can be 100% guaranteed.
As a general rule, the patient should expect to book a maintenance appointment every 12-18 months. With that said, some factors will effect fading more quickly for some verses others. These factors include, but are not limited to the following:
Not taking proper care of procedure area after treatment.
Sunbathing or using sun beds.
Using Retin A creams, or any other products that contain AHA’s, Glycolic or Vitamin A.
Certain skin treatments such as microdermabrasion or chemical peels.
Certain skin conditions and or excessively dry/oily skin types.
Specific medications which are known to cause increased fading.
Excessive use of alcohol.
Swimming in chlorinated pools