Intradermal Cosmetics

Intradermal Cosmetics/Micropigmentation

Micropigmentation, also known  as Intradermal Cosmetics or Permanent Makeup, is a revolutionary method of applying natural pigments into the dermal layer of skin. This state-of-the-art technique is medically proven and specifically designed to be completely safe. Permanent makeup is used for a variety of cosmetic enhancements such as permanent eyebrows, eye liner, and lip liner/color. Other permanent makeup procedures include vitiligo, scar camouflage, areola restoration, hairline strokes, and more. Intradermal Cosmetics should enhance your natural features, without giving a “made-up” look. Makeup trends change from season to season. However, having thick lashes and defined brows, eyes and lips will never go out of style. Therefore, permanent makeup is not meant to replace topical makeup. It gives you the advantage of looking natural, only better, even when not wearing conventional makeup.

Procedures and Services:

  • Eyebrows
  • Eyeliner/ Lash Enhancement
  • Lip Liner / Full Lip Color
  • Areola Restoration
  • Color Correction


The Intradermal Pigmentation procedure for eyebrows can mimic the appearance of hair in the brow line. Anyone who desires more fullness of the brows will love the procedure (and the time saved not applying makeup!) Those who used to apply pencil can go swimming, play tennis, or wipe their forehead without the embarrassment of losing their eyebrows. Those suffering from alopecia (hair loss) are pleasantly surprised at how natural it looks. Eyebrows that are too light, sparse, or nonexistent, can be beautifully enhanced and improved with micropigmentation. Eyebrows are important because they frame your eyes and give your face expression when the eyebrows are fuller and extended, you get a more youthful appearance.

Alopecia/Hairline Strokes

Alopecia is the state of lacking hair where it usually would grow, especially on the head. Alopecia, which affects 50% of males known as a receding hairline/brow, many times is worsened due to stress and lack of sleep; it is also a common side-effect of face lifts. As far as permanent makeup is concerned with alopecia, we help straighten and fill in thinning hair regions along the hairline, sideburns, eyebrows, in small balding spots, etc.

Eyeliner (Lash Enhancement)

A subtle, natural look, mimicking thousands of tiny eyelashes with the implantation of pigments in the lash line is popular with both male and female clients. Additional shadowing of color can be added for a soft natural liner or a more bold, definite line can be achieved. Ophthalmologists recommend Intradermal Cosmetic procedures for those who are allergic to conventional makeup and for those wearing contact lenses. I use a technique is a very natural look and will make lashes appear thicker when not wearing mascara. It opens the eyes and makes them “pop.” You can also have a very dramatic look.

Lip Liner and Full Lip Color

The Intradermal Pigmentation procedure for lip color is beautiful. It can appear to change the size and shape of the lips as well as the color. This procedure helps prevent lipstick from bleeding into the surrounding skin. Many people request a soft pink, similar to the lip color to that of an infant, for those want a natural look. Other may desire a dramatic effect. Perfect for asymmetrical shaped lips, thick lips, thin lips, or lips with uneven vermillion borders.

Areola Restoration

Women who have undergone mastectomies, other breast surgery, or who may have irregular or fading areolas, will benefit from paramedical breast restoration. Permanent areola repigmentation and nipple restoration techniques employs cosmetically tattooed micropigmentation as a way to restore the natural color back to the areola.

Permanent Color Correction

Have you received a permanent cosmetic procedure you aren’t quite happy with?  This technique is used when the shape of the eyebrow, eyeliner, or lip liner tattoo is good but the color is poor such as orange, blue, or purple. A corrective pigment color is implanted (tattooed) over the faded makeup to “neutralize” it toward a more natural shade. Usually the improvement is immediately noticeable, but it may take several weeks for the correction color to heal and stabilize to the desired result. Also, more than one appointment for corrective color micropigmentation may be necessary to achieve the best healed coverage.