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Who Benefits Most from Permanent Makeup?

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Permanent makeup is designed to make your life easier. Anyone can benefit from the application of permanent makeup. With your eyes lined, eyebrows filled, and lips colored, you can leave the house anytime, confident in your appearance. While anyone can benefit from permanent makeup, there are some groups that may enjoy those benefits more than others. 

  • Individuals Who Work Long Hours

    Saving 20 minutes or so each morning preparing to leave the house may not seem like much if you aren’t pressed for time in the morning, but it can make your whole day run better if you struggle to leave the house on time. Saving time on makeup application each morning leaves you time to sit and eat your breakfast before you leave the house, or maybe even sleep a little longer. 

  • Those Who Aren’t Confident Leaving the House Without Makeup

    While all women should feel beautiful, some women just prefer not to leave the house without at least a little makeup on. For these individuals, permanent makeup is perfect. When they are pressed for time, they can leave the house without doing their makeup, confident in their appearance. On days when they have more time, they can customize their look a little more, perhaps adding a little cat eye or smokey shadow. 

  • People Who Like a More Natural Look

    A competent permanent makeup artist will give you a soft, natural look with their application. Not many people want to walk around with a full-on glamour look day and night. The light touch is enough for many women on a daily basis. It is easy to ramp up your look on days (or nights) when a little more glamour is called for. 

  • Individuals Who Have Trouble Applying Makeup

    It can be frustrating if you have a medical condition that makes applying makeup difficult. Shakey hands, trouble bending your fingers or vision issues can all make applying makeup a struggle. For anyone experiencing these issues, permanent makeup is an excellent solution. 

Permanent makeup sessions take between 30 minutes and two hours. Your permanent makeup artist will talk to you before the procedure so the two of you will be on the same page regarding the outcome. You may choose to have permanent eyeliner, eyebrow filling, lip liner and lip filling performed. 


What Is Permanent Makeup?

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There are lot of advantages to wearing makeup. They can hide flaws, bring out attributes, and accentuate clothing and other accessories. But makeup has its “dark side” as well. It can be difficult to find a brand that flatters the wearer consistently, that is easy to put on and take off, and it’s almost impossible to have any makeup brand look as fabulous by the end of the day as it did when it was first put on. But, there is a solution. 

Permanent makeup, also known as micro-pigmentation, is a form of tattooing that can have different applications. Sometimes an individual has eyebrows replaced or augmentation of natural skin pigment done following injury or illness to give a more natural appearance. Other times, traditional cosmetics such as lip color or eyeliner are applied. In such cases, people who have this procedure done might have difficulty applying makeup themselves, or want to avoid the daily grind of doing it. 

Is Permanent Makeup Truly “Permanent”?

This makeup is as permanent as any tattoo and is as subject to changes caused by weather exposure, aging, etc. Removal of or alterations of a final product can sometimes entail surgery depending on where and what was done, so this is not a procedure that should be done lightly.

Who Should Apply Permanent Makeup?

This is not DIY makeup application. To make sure that it is done safely and correctly, only a makeup artist recommended by a cosmetic surgeon should do the procedure and/or one who is a member of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals, a professional and educational industry organization. 

What To Expect

All procedures should start with a consultation. The makeup artist should examine the area in question, ask what you would like to have done, what your expectations are, and give his or her own assessment. The consultation is also when medical histories and concerns should be addressed. If you appear to be a good candidate for this procedure, the makeup artist will apply temporary makeup so that you can see how this look looks before committing to it. 

While these procedures can be often done on the day of the consultation, and more than one can be done on the same day, beware makeup artists who try to pressure you into this. The artist should also be honest in answering questions about recovery time, possible side effects, tattooing methods used, and what the artist can and can’t realistically do. If all of these questions can be answered and you feel comfortable with the artist, then an important first step has been taken on the road to getting permanent makeup.

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What Exactly Is Micropigmentation?

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Micropigmentation, or permanent makeup, is the art and science of placing pigment into the skin to give it permanent color. This medical grade pigment has been broken into the finest particles to achieve a smooth and flawless look. Many people are choosing micropigmentation to permanently enjoy the face-defining effects of makeup after just one visit.

What Kind of Micropigmentation Is Available?

There are as many choices in hyperpigmentation as there are makeup options. Some people get color in their lips, to reduce the need for lipstick that can feather and bleed away from their mouth. Many decide to get micropigmentation in their eyebrows to reduce the need to draw them on every day. People who enjoy wearing eyeliner often get permanent micropigmentation around their eyes, so they have permanent definition of their eyes.

How Is Micropigmentation Performed?

People who choose micropigmentation first choose the area to be pigmented. The cosmetic artist will then cleanse the skin thoroughly and numb the area. The micropigment is then injected into the dermis of the skin, just below the outermost layer, in a process similar to tattooing. There may be mild soreness and swelling in the two days following the procedure, but it is quickly abates when kept covered with sterile ointment.

Who Can Benefit From Micropigmentation?

There are many different reasons to get micropigmentation. Some people enjoy the definition of makeup but do not want to spend time applying it every day. Other people choose this procedure because they participate in active or outdoors activities, where makeup can smear or bleed. Some people have challenges with vision or coordination that make it difficult to apply makeup perfectly. Other people wish to cover scars or abnormal pigmentation of the skin with micropigmentation. It can also be a great option for people with sensitive skin that reacts to makeup. This is a safe and affordable procedure, so there is no bad reason to choose it.

Micropigmentation gives you the definition and beauty of makeup without having to worry about constantly applying and reapplying. It is the perfect choice for anyone who wishes to enjoy the benefits of a fully made-up face without the time, expense, and drawbacks. This simple cosmetic procedure will improve your appearance permanently in just one visit.

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Does the Areola Repigmentation Cause Loss of Feeling?

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Let’s talk nipples for a moment. There is no reason to be shy about them, because we all have a pair. Plus, nipples are considered an erogenous zone. The larger outer ring is known as the areola. Some women have light pink areolas, and others have dark red to brown ones. Areolas also come in different sizes, and this is all absolutely normal.

Areolas Affect Self-Image

Areolas can lose pigment unfortunately, causing us to lose self-esteem or be embarrassed to let our partner see our breasts. Some women hate the color of theirs and wish they could change the hue. There are women who bear a scar on their areolas from certain breast surgeries. When a women is in menopause, most find that their areolas become much lighter and barely noticeable. With pregnancy, women’s areolas become darker and fade after childbirth or after completing breastfeeding. Some women have also lost their areolas due to a lumpectomy or mastectomy.

Designing a Perfect Set

With advances in permanent makeup, you can now enhance your areolas to perfectly match your breasts. It’s amazing how natural and beautiful results can be yours through a highly skilled technician’s keen artistic eye. Sally Hayes is one of the few experts who can design you the right areolas for your breasts. Her website is both education and fascinating.

Areola Repigmentation With Stunning Results

Sally is able to design the appearance of an areola or areolas for women who no longer have them. It’s incredible how she can successfully use a precise, custom blend of pigments to re-create a real-looking areola with cosmetic tattooing. It’s safe and won’t cause the nipple area to lose feeling.

This permanent makeup artist is talented in altering the color and size of a woman’s areolas. Sally masterfully uses cosmetic camouflage tattooing to help a patient choose the perfect areolas that she prefers. She has many satisfied clients who are so happy they chose to undergo a permanent makeup process.

For areola scars, Sally can also mask this imperfection with cosmetic tattooing, carefully blending with one’s natural skin tone and giving the appearance of a smoother, softer look.

We all want to feel and look beautiful. Our breasts are a very personal part of who we are. Sally Hayes allows every woman to feel like a whole woman again, and that’s a very good thing.

What To Expect From A Consultation With A Permanent Makeup Artist

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If you’re one of the many millions of people who want a safe, lasting alternative to a time-consuming daily makeup routine, permanent cosmetics could be the solution you’re looking for.

Permanent cosmetics, or micropigmentation, is a process in which pigments are tattooed into the dermal layer of the skin. Popular procedures include eyebrows, eyeliner, and lip liner though top technicians offer a wide range of procedures ranging from standard beauty enhancement to cosmetic camouflage of scars.

If you’ve decided that permanent makeup is right for you, the first step in the process is consulting with a qualified technician. This appointment won’t include any actual procedures, but it’s absolutely crucial; it’s during this consultation that you discuss your needs and find out what procedures are available to give you the results you’re looking for. Here are the basics of what you can expect during your consultation.

Your technician will ask you about your desires and expectations.

You should arrive at your consultation prepared to describe what you want permanent makeup to do for you, and it’s important to be specific. “I want my eyebrows, eyeliner and lip color to be waterproof and sweatproof” gives your technician a lot more information than “I want to look good all the time.”

Your technician will explain the procedures and ask about your general health history.

Micropigmentation procedures are safe and very well tolerated, but it’s important for you to understand the process and for your technician to know if you have any health issues that could interfere with proper healing.

Your technician will help you decide on the details of the procedures.

If you have questions about the color or style of the permanent makeup you’re considering, now is the time to ask. A well-qualified technician has experience with the procedures and can help you decide what colors, tones, and styles will best meet your needs.

You’ll discuss payment and may have some photos taken.

Your technician will discuss payment at your consultation, and may ask for a deposit. Your technician may also take pre-procedure photos, which are used the technician’s portfolio and for insurance purposes.

You’ll set a date for the procedure.

You and your technician will work out the best date for your procedure, and you’ll get any necessary instructions such as not wearing makeup to the appointment, etc.

Will My Eyebrows Turn Green Or Blue Over Time?

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The fuller eyebrow trend remains a key feature for women of all ages. Thicker brows allow us to look youthful, frame the eyes beautifully and balance the rest of our face.

Scraggly Brows Don’t Enhance Much

Too thin brows are aging on a woman, according to iconic makeup artist Sandy Linter. She has applied makeup to the famous faces of Christie Brinkley, Elizabeth Hurley and Nancy Reagan. Sandy tells that thin brows are the biggest mistake she sees women make, time and time again. “I don’t like overly thin, trying to be perfect brows. I like a fuller, more natural looking brow.”

Brow Makeup Needs a Pro to Look Real

Growing out your brows becomes challenging for women after age 40. You’re left with brow makeup like pencils or liners, but these can look harsh and fake unless you’re a professional applying them. That’s why Sally Hayes Permanent makeup is the modern, intelligent way to maintain gorgeous, natural-looking brows that last and last.

Permanent Makeup- Dramatic Improvement

It takes a true artist with a keen aesthetic eye like Sally Hayes to create permanent makeup that enhances your features. If you’re frustrated about your barely there brows or brows which aren’t full enough for how you want them, or prefer a more pleasing arch, or shaded differently, Sally is the expert who can empower your brows.

Stars Prefer Permanent, Too

Just looking at her gallery of pleased clients tells the story. Sally is highly skilled in delivering permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation, or cosmetic tattoos. It’s a simple, comfortable, affordable process when done by an expert. Even stars like Gwen Stefani and Angelina Jolie are said to be fans of permanent makeup.

Choose Your Technician Wisely

Not every artist offering micropigmentation has been trained properly, obeys regulations or possesses skill for this unique profession. Accidents can happen in the wrong hands, and your brows could end up in a bizarre colors, even blue or green, if the wrong pigments are used. Find someone with experience that you trust. 

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Sally Hayes Permanent Makeup is a real game-changer. She’s a perfectionist who can design a flawless brow for any woman, aged 18 to 80. Shape, size or color, you can improve your brows and gain your self-esteem back. Call Sally and see what magic she can do for you.


Your Eyebrows are YOUR Eyebrows

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Eyebrows say a lot about us. They’re often the facial features that people notice first and remember longest, and they give a powerful immediate impression. What do your eyebrows say about you?

Your Eyebrows are Expressive

The best message your eyebrows can convey is that you not only care about how you look, you also know and understand your own individual beauty. That’s why it’s absolutely essential to steer clear of hit-or-miss DIY brow routines or fashion fads that leave you looking like an imitation of someone else. Your brows are one of the most important features of your face, and it’s absolutely crucial to work with a consultant who can help you make your brows the best they can be.

Enhance Your Eyebrows with Permanent Makeup

Most women put a lot of time and effort into their brows, using procedures that range from tweezing, threading and waxing to drawing, stenciling, or even transplants to get the that perfect shape, thickness, color and arch. But for the best, longest lasting, and most flattering results, permanent makeup can be the optimum solution.

Permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation or cosmetic tattoos, can beautifully enhance even the thinnest, sparsest brows, supplying the shape and fullness you’ve always wanted. Permanent brows are an excellent choice for women who want to recapture a vibrant and youthful appearance; our brows tend to become thinner as we age, and micropigmentation is an undetectable means of restoring the fullness that may have been lost with time.

Your permanent makeup technician can help you decide on how you want your brows to look, making suggestions based on your skin type, coloring, and face shape. However the final decision on the shape, color, and thickness of your permanent eyebrows is entirely yours. Permanent brow shaping is a very personal procedure, and we do everything possible to make sure you get exactly the brows that you want.

What to Expect

Permanent brow makeup can be a painless procedure, but complete healing does take some time. For the first few days following the procedure it will generally look as though you’ve used ordinary makeup, such as a topical brow pencil, and by day four or five you may notice some scaliness or flakiness as the top layer of skin sheds. But within a week you’ll be enjoying beautiful, natural looking eyebrows.

A minimal “touch up” done within a couple weeks of the initial procedure completes the process, and you’ll have the brows you’ve always dreamed of.

Contact Sally Hayes now for your personal consultation or call 480-951-0539.

Quick and Easy Contouring Tips

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Contouring is all the rage nowadays, but in the makeup industry it has been used for countless years to define bone structure and make features stand out. Once reserved for theater, it now plays a powerful role in women’s daily makeup routines. Learn the secrets behind it so you can contour like a pro!

Pick a Shade

Picking the right color to contour with can be challenging. Many women make the mistake of using orange-toned powder to contour, which results in an unnatural and uneven look. For the best results, use a matte color that is no more than two shades darker than your natural skin tone. Depending on your undertone, you may need a cool, warm or neutral color. If you aren’t sure what kind of undertone you have or don’t want to hassle with it, pick a neutral shade.

Find the Right Formula

Contouring products are most commonly available in powder and cream formulas. If you have oily skin, a powder-based product is ideal because it won’t smudge or streak throughout the day. If you have dry skin, opt for a cream-based product that won’t appear powdery or sink into fine lines.

Follow Your Bone Structure

Your natural bone structure should act as your guide when it comes to applying contouring products. Swipe color along your cheekbone in a downward slanted motion and across your natural jawline. You can also apply it lightly across your temples for a more defined look.

Give Yourself a Nose Job

Contouring can create the illusion of a more symmetrical nose when applied properly. Swipe color along the sides of your nose and dab it on the tip to make it appear smaller. Finish it off with a light application of highlighting powder along the bridge of the nose.

Achieve a Sun-Kissed Glow

Shimmery bronzer can be used instead of traditional contouring products to create a healthy and natural-looking tan. However, avoid unnatural hues such as orange. For the best results, pick a bronzer that is no more than two shades darker than your skin tone and apply it along your cheekbones and jawline.

Contouring can make your features stand out more and add more dimension to your face. Follow our tips and tricks to achieve a natural look that can be used in your everyday makeup routine.

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Permanent Makeup Pain Management

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Will Permanent Makeup Hurt?

For those considering permanent makeup, one of the most common concerns is whether the procedure will be painful. Like most procedures there is some pain involved in the permanent makeup process, but experienced technicians have several tools available to reduce pain and discomfort. Pain management is one of the most important considerations when deciding which makeup technician to use for the process.

Topical Anesthetics

Topical anesthetics are often used to manage pain during the makeup procedure. This anesthetic is applied to the skin and then covered before the procedure so that it is absorbed by the pores. Absorption into the pores assures that there will be less pain during the needle’s initial contact with the skin. This is commonly used for the application of permanent eyeliner.

Epinephrine Products

Over-the-counter epinephrine products, commonly used to treat allergic reactions, are also used by seasoned makeup technicians. These products essentially stop skin capillaries from working, act to reduce pain during a procedure and minimize swelling during and after the makeup is applied.

Local Anesthetic

If the procedure is done with a doctor or dentist present, as is sometimes the case with lip makeup, a local anesthetic may be used. Lip makeup application is the most painful for most clients, which is why a technician may do the work in conjunction with a doctor or dentist.

Highly Qualified Technician

A qualified, highly skilled technician is the greatest asset in permanent makeup pain management. An experienced technician has a great understanding of the procedures, is up to date on knowledge from the medical community and uses the best and most advanced technology on his or her clients. Experts in the field know the best means of application to reduce pain, discomfort and scarring to a minimal amount.

Prior to advances in the industry the risk and reality of pain was much greater for permanent makeup procedures. Technicians often lacked the proper pain management products and clients would get burned, scratched or would experience uncomfortable swelling. Now with updated technology and an experienced technician, pain and discomfort are controlled greatly. Many permanent makeup clients experience much less pain than they expected and are overwhelmingly happy with the results.

Contact us online or call us at 480-951-0539 if you have any questions or concerns about pain management during or following permanent makeup procedures.

Only Trust Your Face to the Right Place

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Permanent makeup gives you countless advantages. Number one on the list for many women is the time it will save you during your beauty routine. With permanent eye liner, never again will you have to worry about applying those perfect pencil lines to enhance your eyes – they’ll always be there so you’re ready to go in minutes. Additional permanent makeup enhancements on your lips, eyebrows and more not only save you time getting ready, but can liven up your overall look. Appear younger, healthier and more vibrant with the right permanent makeup.

Choosing the Office

How do you decide which permanent makeup is right for you? The first step comes with the consultation, but even before that you need to make sure you choose the best practitioner. By looking for certain important features in both the permanent makeup artist and in the office itself, you can ensure you’ll get the best care and the clearest and most attractive results.

After all, permanent makeup is made up of a procedure known as “micropigmentation,” or microscopic tattooing of the skin. You need to make sure the practitioner is experienced, has the proper certification and runs an efficient practice.

Things to Look for Before Consultation

There are several features you should check off your list when choosing a permanent makeup practitioner. These include: cleanliness, organization, proper equipment, documents of certification, testimonials from satisfied customers.

  • Cleanliness: The office should be spotless, and the furniture and equipment looking like new. Everything should have a polished edge and nothing should look shabby or run down. You want the best care and attention to detail when your permanent makeup is applied, and that attention to detail should show the minute you walk through the door.
  • Organization: You should not see any evidence of clutter, and everything should be in its place. There should be designated offices, spaces and areas for each step of the process – a reception area, a consultation office and separate rooms where the procedure is completed.
  • Proper equipment: Any reused equipment should be sterilized, but the practitioner should have as many disposable, single-use components as possible. Ask to see the setup in the procedure rooms before your first consultation.
  • Certification: Look for the practitioner’s certificates from permanent makeup training courses. If you don’t see documents or diplomas hanging in the office, ask for the details of the practitioner’s training.
  • Testimonials: Go to the practitioner’s website while you’re doing your research. There should be plenty of testimonials and recommendations from happy customers. Word of mouth is one of the best ways to tell whether you’ll join the list of satisfied customers!

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