The history of Mircopigmentation? 

Tattooing has always been prominent in a decorative and cosmetic capacity for nearly 10,000 years.  Both men and women adorned themselves with tattoos, as a form of identification and beautification. When Permanent Makeup  fist became popular, most people did not want to say it was tattooing.  

It was called Micropigmentation, Intradermal Pigmentation, or Dermagraphics; something that seemed more aesthetic or medical, than Cosmetic Tattooing.


What is Micropigmentation or Permanent Makeup (PMU)?  

Micropigmentation or Permanent Makeup (PMU) is the revolutionary process of using an ultra-thin needle to deposit pigment below the epidermis (top layer of skin) into the dermis (2nd layer of skin).  The use of various different techniques, equipment and pigments process allows you to change shape the eyebrows, apply a permanent eyeliner or enhance the overall appearance of the face (i.e., eyes, eyebrows, lips), in as little as one or two sessions. 

What are the benefits of Permanent Makeup (PMU)? 

Permanent Makeup allows you to naturally alter the shape and definition of features for both men and women; boosting self-confidence and allowing more personal freedom. 

  • wake up every morning effortlessly beautiful 
  • look great all the time
  • conveniently saves time from having to apply makeup daily
  • corrects the depth & symmetry for uneven features
  • a more active lifestyle 
  • substitution for sensitivity to topical makeup
  • camouflages scars, hair loss as well as medical purposes.

In addition, micropigmentation  or PMU procedures provides a stunning smudge-free effect that will last for several years; permanent makeup ensures you always look your best. The possibilities are endless!




  • What applications can be used for Micropigmentation or PMU?

Micropigmentation or PMU has many applications, but the most popular are:

  • Eyebrows 

The eyebrows are perhaps the most important part of the face: the shaped can enhance and lift the eyes, drawing attention to your cheek bones frame the face, while also giving facial expressions.  Micropgimentation or PMU can add depth and color to thin or non-existent brows creating a more natural appearance.  The latest technique for eyebrows in permanent make-up is the hair stroke technique, but there are other names that popular on the market, such as: 

  • 3D Hair Strokes
  • Eyebrow Embroidery Tattoo
  • MicroShading
  • Ombre or Powder Brows 

Microblading: is a new method of eyebrow tattoo that mimics the look of real hair. This technique is a permanent tattoo that manually inserts pigment into the upper layers of skin.  This technique is ideal for anyone seeking fuller brows or brow restoration from hair loss or scarring. As a result; the technique will be waterproof, smudge-proof and completely realistic. The end results can last up to 18 months, some longer.

  • Great to fill in sparse areas
  • Gives the appearance of fuller, thicker brows.
  • Ideal for color correction.
  • Works will over old tattoo
  • Great for correcting brow shape.
  • Great for alopecia or trichotillomania sufferers!

No matter the name, the procedure of microblading eyebrows is relatively new here but its been popular in pasts of Asia and Europe for roughly 25 years or more. These different techniques are used for the purpose of creating the most natural result for the satisfaction of the client, but also recommended by the professional according to lifestyle and skin type. 


The shape and color can change as we age, but with permanent makeup lips can be restored by giving more definition to correct the shape symmetrically and permanently restoring color that has faded resulting in a fuller blumped lips. The latest techniques are:

  • Full Lips
  • Ombre Lips 
  • Lip Liner

With either technique you can be confident that your lips are always be on point. 


Permanent eyeliner gives a natural look that is more subtle and neater than regular make-up. Permanent eyeliner can be applied on the top, bottom or both accentuating the eyes making them appear larger and brighter, even for men.  The benefits of permanent eyeliner is that its smudge-free! Wake up effortlessly beautiful every morning never having to worry because it stays in place 24 hours, 7 days a week.  Now you can swim, workout, enjoys the sauna and never has to worry if your makeup is running. Some of the trendy names and techniques are:

  • Lash Enhancement aka Invisible Eyeliner
  • duotone 
  • ombre
  • Smokey 

Coming Soon!

Medical Reconstruction:

Breast Reconstruction or Breast Reduction surgery clients are usually left with visible scars that can be covered by micropigmentation or permanent makeup (PMU).  

  • Areola restoration after breast reconstruction surgery
  • Scar camouflage after a breast reduction 
  • Camouflage of white pigment spots and Vitiligo

Scalp Micropigmentation:

Clients suffering from alopecia, trichotoillomania or other causes of hair loss an also benefit from dermapigmentation or PMU

  • Color Restoration to camouflage the appearance of hair loss


The content of this website is intended for general information and is not a substitute for consultation that may be required by a medical professional who specialize in individual in health issues:

What is involved during the consultation?

There is an initial consult where your medical conditions are discussed, any concerns are addressed, and your desired results are considered. From there, you and your practitioner of choice will evaluate and determine color selection, measurements and designs.  The implantation process of micropigmentation or permanent makeup can not begin until an agreement is confirmed between you and your practitioner of choice.  It is strongly suggested that you are 100% confident with every step during the consultation.

What is the process?

During this procedure, the practitioner will numb the eyebrow area and then carefully implants pigment into the skin using a manual microblading hand tool or a machine.  The microblading hand tool looks similar to an exacto knife or surgical blade, but instead of there being one big blade, there is a series of micro needles in one disposable tool. The microblade is dipped into a selected color of pigment and then is used to make a fine cut, or microstroke, in the skin. The end result strokes should appear crisp and fine. 

The pigments used in this method will been formulated to match your original eyebrow color, and if the eyebrows are still present, it will blend perfectly with your natural brows.  The design and color selection will be determined during your consultation.  

For the best possible healed results, its required that you adherence to strict aftercare instructions, and understanding the healing process.

Is it semi-permanent or permanent?

The answer is yes! This is permanent.   Although, mircoblading is being promoted in the industry and being semi-permanent, it’s only right that I provide the most accurate information as possible.  Where the misconception can come into play is that some stokes can be very light and some strokes dark.  The dark strokes mean that the pigment reached the dermis (2nd layer of the skin) with enough pigment, and the light strokes mean that the practitioner didn’t go deep enough, with little pigment being implanted.  

Depending on the depth of each stroke and the amount of pigment that has been absorbed, this will determine the visibility of pigment.  The natural and mechanical elements that we expose our skin to on a daily basis such as; aging, sweating, sun exposure, anti-aging creams, tanning services; its guaranteed to fade the pigment over a period of time, because you don’t see it doesn’t mean that its not there.  To keep your PMU looking its best, its recommended to get touch up to boost pigment vibrant and fresh. 

* This also applies greatly to lip enhancement treatments. 

Does micropigmentation hurt? 

Before the procedure begins, the practitioner will use a topical anesthetic that will numb the area where the PMU is will be applied.  This ensures that the client is as comfortable as possible, minimizing any discomfort.  The amount of pain is subjective according to ones tolerance. Clients have compared the level of pain to that of a light scratch, and possibly falling asleep while having the procedure done.  

It’s up to the practitioner to try and make sure that your experience is as pleasurable and minimal discomfort is felt. However, everyone is different, so therefore pain is possible. 

Is there any downtime?

After the procedure, you may go back to work.  There’s no need to take off.  However, your area that receive mircopigmentation may feel tender, red and slightly swollen, its normal.   These symptoms will disappear in 2 to 3 days, but everyone’s healing process is different.  To ensure the best results, please refer to aftercare instructions to ensure optimal healing.

How long does microblading or a PMU session take? 

Micropigmentation or permanent makeup will require 2 to 3 sessions before a “full release” is given.  The majority of the time spent is during the consultation, deciding the appropriate color, measuring, and design before the procedure can even begin. A professional practitioner will never rush a procedure jeopardizing the quality of a good job.  The an average permanent makeup appointment can take 2 to 3 hours.  

When scheduling your appointment, it is recommended that you allow the maximum time needed to allow the practitioner to provide the most beautiful, natural looking results.  

After your initial application, you may be required to follow up at least 2 more times before desired results are achieved.  After all, this is permanent makeup being applied to the face. So please, be patient it doesn’t happen overnight!

Is it safe?

Absolutely!  100% sterile, disposable needles and supplies are used during the process.  All items that come in contact with each client are single used disposable. 

Are there any risk?

As with any invasive procedure, there are risks involved. These include undesired results in color, allergic reactions, infection, or scarring. Its up to you and the practitioner to make sure that these risk are minimized as much as possible.  Therefore, do your research on your practitioner and be truthful about all things regarding your health and expectations.  

How to choose a qualified PMU artist?

When searching for a permanent makeup practitioner its best to be aware of what your state requirements are.  There are a lot of states that are not regulated, therefore allowing people to get away with performing PMU procedures without any regulations.  What in the world!  Can you imagine?  

Here in the State of Virginia, it is required that an individual complete 90 hours of study at a school where the curriculum has been approved.  Upon completion of the hours an examination for license must be passed before a permanent tattoo license is issued.  Not only does the individual need a license, but the location must have a DPOR issued “tattoo parlor license” to operate. The State of Virginia, also requires that a bloodborne pathogen and CPR certification is held by any practitioner.   

Each business location must be approved by the City of Virginia Beach Zoning & Planning Office, and each facility must be inspected and approved by the City of Virginia Beach Health Department. All business, city and state licenses and permits must be displayed in public view and not be expired!  If you don’t see these credentials displayed, it is perfectly acceptable that you ask.  It’s important that the facility is operating within guidelines according to the state and location jurisdiction. In addition, you want to know:

If they are insured? Insurance company’s require that all licenses and permits are valid or the policy is null and void. 

Do they have unedited photos of their work?

Do they have experience in brow shaping and color theory?

Remember, this is a procedure where the contact of blood is possible.  Therefore, strict health and safety regulations should be followed, making sure that clients safety is 1st ! 

Do your research an choose a practitioner by their credentials, not their price. 



The content of this website is intended for general information and is not a substitute for consultation that may be required by a medical professional who specialize in individual in health issues.

What is the healing process for permanent makeup?

The healing time is normally 7 to 10 days.  Upon completing the initial appointment the PMU area will appear thicker, bolder and very dark, this is good because as the area heals the pigment will fade about 30 to 50%, swelling and brow thickness will lessen in about 2 to 3 days.    

How soon will I see my results?

Please remember, PMU application may require more than 2 sessions.  However, the healed results afterwards is solely on the client!  I can not stress to you enough how important it is that you following the aftercare instructions that’s provided to you.  In cases, the skin will not retain the pigment at all, even after the perfecting session.  The body is known at times to reject foreign objects such as pigment.   Picking the scabs as the PMU area will result in pigment loss and/or discoloration.   

The best trained and qualified practitioner can never guarantee the final outcome.  Everyone is different!  Your skin, body chemistry, lifestyle and aftercare routine all play an important factor in how your result will look. 

*If you have any questions about aftercare, it is very important that you communicate with your practitioner.   

What is the healing process for the brows (microblading)?

Beautiful, natural looking brows is the best way to enhance the face, but the healing process can be a bit surprising at first.  Without understanding the process, you may cause yourself a bit more stress and worry then needed.  Again remember it’s a “process”, it wont happen over night.  

Since microblading involves penetrating the skin, causing cuts, there must be a healing process, as it would be with any other break in the skin.  However, because its on your face, your initial reaction is OMG! What have I done?  or No, What have you done ( meaning your practitioner)? But, don’t worry its only the begin, trust me it gets better.

To help understand the process, please see the following:


You love them, they look amazing

You hate them because you’re not use to having brows and now they are big, bold and noticeable.   

Expect that the pigment will get darker through out the day


They are too dark: The pigment should reach the darkest level by day 2. Don’t worry your brows will lighten over the course of the following weeks. 

They’re too thick:  They may be still swollen.   

They’re flaking:  Remember, its like any other wound that’s healing; a scab begin to form and then fall off.  


The shape is off.

The color is gone.



At this point, the color should have reappeared and some areas may be patchy.  Remember, that’s why it requires more than one session sometimes.  


Your eyebrows should be fully healed and you’re ready to undergo your perfecting session. 

The purpose of the “perfecting session” is to apply more pigment where color depth is not as deep, or the shape needs to be more defined.  

Your practitioner will not be able to make any adjustments until the brows are fully healed.  Trying to correct brows that are not fully healed, can lead to scar tissue forming. 


Your brows are complete and your should get a full release from your practitioner.  

* Keep in mind, depending on the desired result, some people will require 1 session and some may require 3, it’s all on your personal preference, and the overall recommendation of the practitioner. 



The content of this website is intended for general information and is not a substitute for consultation that may be required by a medical professional who specialize in individual in health issues. 


This treatment may not be ideal for you if . . .

  • Do not tweeze, wax or thread or tinting for 7 days prior
  • You have irritation of the skin, such as blemishes, pimples, rash, psoriasis, eczema, or sunburn on or near the area of the procedure.
  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • You are on Retin-A or Retinols. Please discontinue use of these medications for 7 days before your appointment, and avoid for 30 days after your procedure.
  • You must not have taken Accutane for 1 year prior / NO Exception
  • You have any of the following: Diabetes, Epilepsy, or Viral infections and/or diseases. (If unsure, please contact us).
  • Undergoing chemotherapy (please consult with your doctor).
  • Booking during your menstrual cycle is fine, however, it may increase more pain.
  • No alcohol or caffeine within 24 hours. 
    • This will minimize any oozing/bleeding or swelling after the procedure.
  • No sleeping on your face: 2 weeks prior.
  • No direct water on the procedure area: 2 weeks prior.
  • No heavy sweating: 2 weeks prior.
  • No exercise: 2 weeks prior and especially the day of your procedure 
    • Body heat expands the pores, which is no good fir the skin.
    • Sweat contains salt and will cause the pigment to prematurely fade, blur or not to take at all.
  • No direct sun exposure: 30 days prior.
  • No Aspirin and/or Ibuprofen, Fish Oil, Niacin, B6, Omega 3, Gingko Biloba, & St. John’s Wort (these are blood thinners and may have an affect on the anesthetic and Vitamin E (internally): 72 hours unless medically necessary.   Tylenol is fine.
  •  DO NOT tan or get sunburn on your face prior to your procedure. The tan will exfoliate taking pigment with it as it fades. As it heals the pigment will darken making results darker than expected. Also skin that is tanned bleeds easier.
  •  Smoking will cause the pigment to fade prematurely and anesthetics will not last as long.   


  • Only touch the treated areas with squeaky clean hands during the healing process. Wash your hands before touching any treated area. Cotton-tipped applicators may be used to gently cleanse the eye area. Do not expose the area to dirty or unsanitary conditions. Wearing glasses outdoors is a good way to protect new eyeliner from dust or debris that can stick to healing agents.
  •  Apply recommended healing agents sparingly, as directed.
  •  Heavy application of ointment and/or moisture trapped under ointment will cause adverse healing results. 
    • Blot frequently to make sure that skin and hair in the treated area is thoroughly dry; free from moisture, and natural oils.
    • Use ointment if the area becomes dehydrated. Apply a very thin layer making sure skin and hair are thoroughly dry first.
  • Do not put face under direct shower spray for the first week after your brow or eyeliner procedures.
  • After a lip procedure, keep your lips moist at all times. Avoid spicy foods or heat. If using herpes medication, continue as prescribed. Switch to a waxy lip balm 6-7 days after the procedure. Do not use teeth bleaching products until fully healed.
  • No DIRECT WATER CONTACT: 2 weeks after 
    • While showering it is advise to keep the face completely away from the shower head to microbladed brows from coming in contact with water.
  • No Swimming: 
    • until the area is completely healed, salt water/chlorine WILL cause the pigments to fade or change in color.  It is recommended to apply the Vaseline to the treated area/s prior to swimming even after healed to prevent the chlorine water/salt water from penetrating the area
  • CREAMS: 10 Days
  • CLEANSERS: 10 Days
  • MAKEUP: 
    • Until fully healed No makeup is to be applied for 72 hours after the procedure. After any eyeliner procedure, use new mascara. Do not use an eyelash curler for two weeks.
  • WAXING: wait at least 10 days
  • TINTING: wait at least 30 days
  • EXERCISE: 14 Days
    • Please avoid bright sunlight. I also advise to wear sunglasses for the first 6 hours’ post eyeliner tattoo procedure.
    • Tanned skin bleeds easily and makes it hard to determine pigment color. If you continue to tan after your procedure, the results will appear darker, fade very fast and will not be retained. Because of scarring you will not be seen again before your scheduled appointment.
    • Let any scabbing or dry skin naturally exfoliate and fall off on its own. Picking will cause scar tissue, therefore pigment will not be retained. you increase your chances of infection if fingernails are dirty.

Long-Term Care
Use a good sunscreen daily - even the lips require protection. Sun exposure will fade your permanent cosmetics and may cause irritation even years later.  If you are planning chemical exfoliation, IPL, MRI, or other medical procedure, please inform your physician of your cosmetic tattoo.  If you donate blood, it is Red Cross policy that you must wait one year after any tattooing procedure in unregulated states – check if restrictions apply to you.

Touch Ups & Recommendations

Within a week of your first treatment the color will fade significantly and over the next four to six weeks can continue to fade as much as 50%. This is considered an extremely positive occurrence as it allows you time to reflect on your shape and color.

With properly healed procedures, micropigmentation in some cases can last up to 3 years before a touch up is needed.  We recommend that touch up services be performed every 24 months after the perfecting service is complete, and you have a “full release” from the practitioner.  Touch up services will keep the permanent makeup looking vibrant. 

However, its up to the trained professional to determine and advise the best possible maintenance schedule for you since the frequent application can also have natural adverse reactions like “scar tissue”.  Because of scar tissue, it is my recommendation that you avoid touches for at least a minimum of 2 after the your perfecting service.  Once scar tissue is more present in the skin, the ability for the skin to retain pigment will be an issue.  The longer time that is waited between touch up services, the better.  Remember, permanent makeup is not a permanent solution.  At some point, micropigmentation or PMU will no longer be an option.

* If skin is oily, the need for more frequent touch ups may be desired.  Oilier skin can be more problematic due to pigment not being retained as long years . 



The content of this website is intended for general information and is not a substitute for consultation that may be required by a medical professional who specialize in individual in health issues.

  • Botox / Injectables: Wait at least 1 month until the facial muscles relax
  • Menstruation: Will cause increase sensitive
  • Hyper pigment easily: 10 days after procedure with/ sunscreen
  • Keloid or Hypertrophic Scaring: No allowed
  • Seizure related conditions: Needs doctor consent / available ride home
  • Tendency to faint or become dizzy: Get doctor clearance / available ride home
  • Excessive bleeding: If a hemophiliac: not allowed
  • Prosthetic implants: hand, heart valve, pacemaker, knee & joint, etc.
  • Treatment for depression: ability to make a sound decision
  • Sensitive to petroleum based products: aftercare products are essential to the healing process
  • Botox Injectables: Alters eyebrow positioning / wait 1 month
  • Radiation or chemotherapy: Postpone procedure until doctor approval
  • Ever used accutane for treatment: Wait 1 year after use
  • History of Skin sensitivites: Blorchiness may occur
  • Dry eyes: please notify f you have plugs
  • Intentional sun bathing or use of tannin beds:: Sun rays fade the pigment
  • History of skin cancer: If it’s in the area of the procedure get a doctors approval
  • History of stroke or heart attack: use best judgement w/ doctors approval
  • Prblems with dental anesthesia: May have increase sensitivies during procedure
  • Allergy to hair dyes
  • Glaucoma or other eye disease: Eyeliner proceure not allows
  • High or low pressure: Allowed with doctor approval
  • Sinus problems
  • Transmittable blood disease, HIV or Hepatitis 
    • Any type of hepatitis: chances are you will heal slow. Get doctor approval
  • Skin irritations: Not allowed… sunburn, rash, eczema, shingles, acne or psoriasis near the procedure area
  • Pregnant or nursing: Not allowed
  • Under 18 years of age: Not allowed
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Drugs and alcohol: please notify
  • Areas of skin disease/ disorders, infections, broken skin, moles, birthmarks, and age spots. Not allowed in procedure area.




All services are à la carte, unless otherwise noted.Refunds will not be issued after services are rendered.   

PMU Consultation Fee: 

A consultation fee of $50 is required, this is a service within its self and is required for anyone seeking PMU services. A $25 deposit is required to book a consultation. If it is decided that an initial procedure will be granted your consultation fee will be credited towards the total cost of the service. If you decide to not go through with the service, this fees is NON REFUNDABLE.  Please do not pay this fee before speaking to someone first or before reading the do's and dont's page of our website.

Service Deposit Fee

A 50% deposit is required for any service booked. The deposit will be charged immediately before an initial procedure appointment is accepted or booked. All deposits will be credited to the total cost of services being rendered and the balance will be due at the time the initial service is completed. Deposits can be paid by cash in person or credit card online using a secured link. 

Appointments are given on a first come, first paid deposit basis.  We do not book or hold any appointments for more than 24 hours without a deposit.  Once your deposit is paid, your appointment will be booked and accepted.  If you fail to cancel your appointment with proper notice your service deposit becomes a cancellation fee and therefore is NON REFUNDABLE.

No Guest Allowed:

Please come to your appointment alone. No children or guest are allowed that are not being serviced. No one other than the person receiving service is allowed in the procedure room.  If you fail to comply, your appointment will be canceled and your service deposit will be forfeited.  All service deposits are NON REFUNDABLE.

Late Policy

Being late 15 mins or more will result in an automatic cancellation of your appointment. Especially, if it interferes with the next appointment. If your appointment is canceled because of being "LATE", Your service deposit is NON- REFUNDABLE. We will try to get you rebooked that same week in order to keep you on schedule, but this is not guaranteed.  If you have to be squeezed in or make a special accommodation, you will be charged an "APPOINTMENT CHANGE FEE of $100"

Cancellation Fee – 50% of Booked Service

Our cancellation fee is 50% of the total cost of the service that you were booked for; at the original price.  Not the sale or promo price. If your appointment is not cancelled with proper notice you will be charged 50% of the total service you were booked for, making your service deposit NON REFUNDABLE. 

We understand that life happens, but we ask that you give a full 24 hour notice when canceling your appointment. This gives the practitioner the chance to fill that appointment slot or make changes to their appointment book as needed. If it is decided; you will be charged this fee, it is NON REFUNDABLE.

Service Guarantee:

Micropigmentation or PMU requires multiple sessions in order to receive optimal results, but only at the practitioners discretion. Once the practitioner completes the initial appointment the end result depends are solely the responsibility of the client. Final results are based on clients skin type, body chemistry along with a strict aftercare routine. If you fail to following through with an Initial perfecting session (additional charge) or an in-person follow up, you will forfeit any and all money paid any service rendered. It is important that you complete the process and get a "Full Release" from you practitioner.  We DO NOT guarantee final results, but we will guarantee that we will provide the best environment which will be clean and professional. ALL SERVICES ARE NON REFUNDABLE.

We do not overbook, therefore your time with us is your time. We understand that life happens and is sometimes out of our control. If you fail to cancel your appointment without proper notice the practitioner is out of time and revenue that can not be replaced at the last minute. To help avoid any cancellation issues, we have a booking system that is very prompt with keeping you informed of your appointments. A notification will be sent to you by email or text when your appointment is booked. You will also receive a 72 hour reminder asking you to confirm the appointment, and a reminder will be sent again 25 hours before the actual time of your appointment. If it is after business hours, please remember you access to your account 24/7, therefore there are no excuses for not being able to cancel your appointment with proper notice.

Appointment Change Fee

A change fee is $100. Depending on the service, most clients have the ability to make changes online through Vagaro. A fee will be charged for any last minute changes made less than 48 hours prior to your scheduled appointment. This is only valid if you have to be "squeezed in", come in earlier or stay late by request. This fee is NON REFUNDABLE.


If you have to reschedule your appointment, we ask that you take into consideration the cancellation causes on the practitioners schedule and the time it takes to fill that slot with another appointment. If you canceled with proper notice the first time, your deposit will carry over to your 1st rescheduled appointment, no charge.  If you cancel the 2nd time with proper notice and wish to reschedule you will be charged a "scheduling fee" of $100.00.  This fee will need to be paid before another appointment can be scheduled and accepted.  This fee is an addition to the remaining balance that will be due at the time of service.  If you cancel a third time, you will not be allowed to reschedule future appointments and any and all money paid will be forfeited.  There all money paid is NON-REFUNDABLE.  

 **This does not apply to specials. A cancellation is a cancellation. 

Denial of your perfecting session:

If you are not given a “Full Release" and you fail to allow the "Practitioner/Service Provide" dba/ Eye Candy Lash Boutique to complete your initial session, you will forfeit all money paid towards services and it becomes NON REFUNDABLE.

Medication / Street Drugs / Alcohol:

If you arrive to your scheduled appointment, and you are on any mood altering medications, your behavior is off from our consultation appointment, there are any signs of drug abuse or alcohol in your system; I will cancel your appointment!  NO EXCEPTIONS.  It is required that you be in a clear state of mind during your PMU procedure.  If you appointment is cancelled because of this, you will forfeit any money paid towards service and all money paid is NON REFUNDABLE.

*If you show up to your appointment, with an area of concern that was not discussed during your consultation appointment and failed to cancel your appointment with proper notice, you will be charged a full cancellation fee and your service deposit will be NON REFUNDABLE and the possibility of not being able to book a future appointment is likely. 

*Because of the possible risk of PMU, we choose to be very strict about our policy. Not only are we concern about the safety of you, we are just as concern about protecting our business. If you feel that this is too much to ask, we totally understand and wish you the best with finding a practitioner and/or business that will suit your needs.   Its, nothing personal, it's business!

FYI: We strongly suggest, that you download the Vagaro app and save your login info. This gives you full access to your account and appointments, even after business hours. For further information,concerns or issues, please call us directly at (757)560-0873.

No Deposit... No Appointment...

Too Many Cancellations... No Re-Book