Procedures and Pricing


This is a relatively new, manual method of tattooing eyebrows. It is done with a handtool with micro-needles resembling a fine blade (microblading), resulting in a crisp, very fine stroke. Which heals to a more natural feathered hairlike stroke. This method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows regardless to the amount of hair present! Those suffering from aloecia will be pleasantly surprised by how natural their brows can look.


This method is similar to microblading but is done with a machine. Anyone who desires a fuller brow will love this procedure (and the time saved by not applying makeup)! As the hair strokes heal they tend to soften up and eventually over time will resemble a soft powder filled look. Those who use to apply pencil or powder can now go swimming, hiking, or exercising without the embarrassment of losing their eyebrows!


No more dull tired eyes: Wake up with bright eyes everyday! Just imagine; no more smudged eyeliner and no more unsightly smears.

Shape and color is tailored to each individual client. Whether your looking for a soft subtle liner or if you prefer a dramatic designer liner, this procedure is designed to enhance the eyes appearance, gives the illusion of thicker lashes, and defines the eye.

If you use any lash serums please discontinue use at least 3 weeks prior to procedure.


The accent line is placed on the upper lid above the black eyeliner usually done in a cream color, it is not to be confused with eye shading. The accent line is a beautiful finish for the eyeliner enthusiast!


Permanent cosmetics for your lips can include lipliner and/or full lip color or shading. The procedure can correct asymmetrical lips and make them appear younger and fuller. It also helps lipstick from bleeding onto surrounding skin and can be used in conjunction with conventional lipstick for a different look. There are many pigment colors and shades to choose from!


Unfortunately its called "permanent cosmetics" because it does not wash off, not because it is "permanent". Color boosts are required for all permanent cosmetic procedures. This aging/fading process is universal.


A Word from Shelly

"My passion for cosmetic tattooing started in 2004 while visiting my grandmother in Mission, TX. I overheard her talking with her sisters about their new tattoos (wondering what my grandma had tattooed on herself!). They all had their eyebrows and eyeliner intradermally applied! They finally took me to have my eyeliner done.

The technician must have felt my excitement, for she handed me a brochure about the American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics (AIIC), and the rest is history!"