Permanent Makeup by
Victoria Motazedi, PE, PEP
16 Years Experience
in the Application of Permanent Makeup
Taught and Demonstrated Eye Brow Technique
at the ICE Convention in Dallas, Texas
Certified in the application of pigment for brows using the new microblading technique
20 years experience in Permanent Makeup Correction and Laser Tattoo Removal
What is Permanent Makeup?
Permanent Makeup is the art of applying pigment particles into the skin to simulate the look of eyeliner, lipstick and eyebrow pencil. Permanent Makeup is a type of tattooing that is used to enhance a person's natural beauty.
Potential patients for this procedure must first be evaluated in order to determine the best color and application technique for their complexion. Test patches of the pigments chosen will be inserted into a tiny area two weeks prior to treatment in order to determine potential allergic reactions. Allergic reactions are very rare and occur in 1 out of 200,000 + patients treated with permanent makeup pigment. After a negative test patch is confirmed, the patient will require one to two treatments to set the pigment into place. Anesthetic gels and pastes are used to make you more comfortable during the procedure.
Permanent Makeup can last a lifetime after the initial application, but may need to be touched up to freshen the color as needed. Cosmetic skin products containing AHA's, Retin A, Salicylic acid etc., can cause colors to fade and sometimes disappear entirely. Patients need to use gentle acid free products around their makeup sites to reduce fading. Sun exposure also plays a role in the fading of tattoo ink over time. Good sunscreens and sunglasses are recommended to cut down on the sun's UVA and UVB rays.
Permanent makeup is a great choice for persons that are allergic to makeup, eyeliners, etc. It also cuts down on the time needed when applying your makeup regime and gives you some color, when you go without cosmetic products. Swimmers love it.
Victoria Motazedi, PEP, PE, has been applying permanent makeup at the Colorado Laser Clinic since 2002 and has attended multiple conventions and training seminars. She has also demonstrated eyebrow techniques at the ICE convention in Dallas, Texas. Victoria has performed hundreds of procedures and has extensive experience in retouching and fixing permanent makeup mistakes.
Microblading for Brows
Microblading also known as embroidery and microstroking is the new permanent makeup option for brows. Rather than using a traditional tattoo device, a very fine blade composed of a row of super sharp needles is used to scratch an opening in the skin. Specially designed pigments are deposited into the skin creating the look of natural hair. Each hair appears crisp and defined compared to the traditional hairline stroke method.
This new technique is perfect for anyone wanting the look of natural full brows. Unlike traditional methods used to apply tattoo ink to the brows, Microblading lasts up to 2 years requiring periodic touchups.
The procedure starts with a color analysis to determine which brow color will best mimic your natural hair color and will set off you facial features. The shape is determined using a precise measurement tool and the patient’s personal wishes. Together we will design a shape that is not only desirable, but beautiful.
The procedure begins with the application of a topical high strength numbing agent to help deaden the treatment area. Once the anesthetic has taken effect, the brow shape will be methodically drawn on using a brow pencil. Adjustments will be made until the desired look is achieved. The total process takes about 1 ½ hours. Since Microblading is a process, a touch up appointment will be required to set the color and to fill in areas that may have disappeared during the 6 week healing process.
You can schedule your complementary consult today by calling Victoria at the Colorado Laser Clinic at 719-596-4000.
Baby Blue liner by Victoria
Traditional brows simulate eyebrow pencil
Micro-blading for brows by Victoria
Beautiful black with purple accent by Victoria
Blading simulates the look of natural hair