Are Permanent Cosmetics really permanent?

Permanent makeup is the name given to the “cosmetic” tattoo process. The application of  permanent cosmetics will last most individuals up to 18 months or longer before requiring a  color booster. Unlike traditional tattoos, permanent cosmetic colors are more delicate, have  larger molecules and are designed to mimic, hair, skin and makeup tones. These colors […]

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Can I still have an MRI after I have Permanent Makeup or Medical Tattooing?

We are often asked if Permanent Cosmetics or Medical Tattoos will interfere with future  MRI scans if needed. Our industry works very closely with surgeons in the Medical Field  and MRI manufacturers. There is no concern about permanent cosmetics interfering or  causing burns with today’s advanced MRI technology; however, you will need to disclose  that […]

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Can permanent cosmetics be removed or altered?

Yes, absolutely. You can opt to have your permanent makeup “camouflaged” by  your technician, although this is a temporary fix. You can also have your permanent  makeup completely removed with a laser. Another alternative is to simply allow your  permanent cosmetics to fade away on their own over time.

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What if I’m planning to have plastic surgery?

You can choose to have your permanent makeup applied prior to surgery to eliminate the  need to wear cosmetics and to help you look your best during the healing process. It does  not interfere with the surgical procedure unless your physician advises otherwise. You may  also wait until after surgery and have your permanent cosmetics […]

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Will permanent cosmetics change or look bad as I age?

Permanent makeup will fade gradually over time, so there will not be an obvious change in  your cosmetic applications. The color will lighten in “intensity” as the skin continues to  renew itself over the years. Loss of muscle tone or elasticity through the natural aging  process will not interfere with color retention or pigment placement. […]

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What are The Nouveau Clinic’s safety protocols?

All of our Medical and Cosmetic Tattoo Artists and technicians complete annual OSHA Certified blood borne pathogen certification, Red Cross CPR and Basic First Aid certification courses approved by the state. Pre-sterilized disposable one-use only needles Pre-sterilized disposable tubes Single use, new pigment cup holders between pigments and clients New gloves and mask between clients […]

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Am I a candidate for Permanent Makeup?

If you are in good physical health and could have an out-patient procedure, you are a good candidate for permanent cosmetics. The following is a “partial list” of individuals that we feel are not good candidates for this type of tattoo process: Pregnant women Hemophiliac (bleeding disorder) HIV Positive or HEP B or C Active […]

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