Save time & always look your best

This procedure keeps your makeup looking fresh throughout the day without the constant smudging. With permanent makeup you can wake up ready to go and looking beautiful with little to no work at all. Permanent makeup is a convenient time saver with your everyday busy lifestyle.

Tattooing the skin, in traditional tattooing, pigment is added to the third layer of the skin, where in permanent makeup pigment is added to the second layer of the skin, called the dermis, creating a final result of a soft blend of color to the tattooed area.

Permanent Makeup
permanent makeup camouflage

Scars and skin imperfections from surgeries or other injuries can easily be camouflaged using paramedical cosmetic tattooing. Micro-Pigmentation’s ability to break up scar tissue and color it to match your natural skin tone can provide great results that will build your confidence in your appearance.

Scar Camouflage is also a great way to cover Vitiligo (a dermatological condition characterized patches of skin discoloration and pigment destruction.) This may vary from one or two white spots on the skin to large areas of depigmentation. Permanent Makeup can help cover up and fill-in these light patches of skin by color-matching your skin tone and evening out the color with scar camouflage.

permanent eyeliner

A natural look, mimicking thousands of tiny eyelashes with the implantation of pigments in the lash line is popular with female clients. Additional shadowing of color can be added for a soft natural liner or a bolder, definite line.


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 for a natural look. Others may desire a more dramatic/make up look effect.


The best time to give your skin the best care is now! Call (406) 869-1066 or book your consultation online. Our experienced and friendly staff are waiting to help you reach your skin care goals!

Frequently Asked Questions

Most everyone can benefit from permanent makeup, if they don’t have serious skin disorders such as psoriasis, rosacea, dermatitis, or eczema. These disorders can compromise the outer layers of skin and its overall texture and therefore aren’t optimal candidates. The clients that benefit the most from permanent makeup are those who have difficulty applying traditional makeup, are recovering from an injury, or have certain medical conditions that have lessened their skin pigmentation. All ages, genders, and skin tones can see truly amazing results from permanent makeup.
Clients can expect their permanent makeup session to begin with a consultation. This is when you discuss your desired results and what makeup treatments would best address your concerns. Once you’ve decided on the shape and look of your permanent makeup, the treated area will be applied with numbing cream which will sit for 15 to 20 minutes. This is to reduce discomfort during the micro-tattooing process. The Medical Artist Provider will carefully apply pigment to the outer layer of the skin with tiny, sterilized needles. During this point, you may feel slight discomfort and or stinging. Permanent makeup takes around 2 hours depending on the type of makeup that’s being applied, and clients can take as many breaks as they need. After treatment, the area may be swollen or slightly red but this will fade within a week or so. Some clients report itchy as the area heals and have some dryness or flaking of their skin. A touchup is generally required after the treated area has healed to even out pigment or add more color where necessary. This is dependent on the client’s skin and will be determined during your appointment.
Permanent makeup allows us to look our best even right when we wake up. It creates a beautiful, clean look for our faces. Permanent makeup can help our eyebrows appear fuller and more coiffed, eyes and lips to look brighter and more defined, and rosier cheeks. Many use permanent makeup to smooth out any imperfections and look more put together and well-rested, even when you don’t have the time to apply copious amounts of traditional makeup.

Pre & Post Care

  • A history of abnormal response to sunlight, use photosensitizing medications (i.e., antibiotics), and or some supplements may exempt you from BBL treatment.

  • Patients who are pregnant, trying to become pregnant or nursing are not eligible for BBL treatment.

  • The treatment area cannot be treated if it has had recent sun exposure (tan) within the last 4 weeks. This includes tanning beds and self-tanning lotions.

  • If you experienced cold sores in the treatment area, will recommend a course of anti-viral medication pre and post-treatment. Cold sores can also break out on people who are not prone to them, please as our office for a prescription if you have sensitive skin or are prone to cold sores or the herpes virus.   

  • BBL treatment is contraindicated for those who suffer from seizures as the light can trigger an episode.

  • No children or additional guests will be able to accompany the patient into the treatment room during the laser procedure to keep the highest level of eye safety.

  • Client who is using or has taken the medication Accutane within 12 months may have this procedure.
  • A cold compress or an ice pack can be used to provide comfort if the treated area is especially warm. This is typically only needed within the first 12 hours after the treatment.

  • Skin may appear red and swollen and have a mild sunburn sensation. This is a normal reaction. It can last from a few hours to a few days after treatment.  Applying an ice pack for the first 24 hours will help minimize swelling.

  • Freckles and sunspots may turn slightly darker initially and then flake off within 7-14 days. This is a desired and normal reaction.

  • There may be erythema (redness) and slight edema (swelling) around the treated vessels. Often, they are lighter in appearance and look somewhat smudgy or less defined.

  • Avoid any sun exposure to the treated area for a minimum of 14 days after the procedure. The treated area is more prone to sunburn and pigmentation change during this time. Keep the area covered and use a medical grade sunscreen with a SPF of 40+, that contains titanium dioxide or zinc oxide.

  • Avoid heat, saunas, hot tubs and sweaty activity until skin is completely healed; this includes exercise of any kind.

  • Do not use an electric or manual facial brush of any kind (i.e. Clarisonic or something of the like) for 7 days after your treatment

  • Avoid products containing any exfoliating agents (retinoic acid, tretinoin, retinol, benzoyl peroxide, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, astringents, etc.) for 7 days after treatment. Then you may resume your regular skin care routine.


The best time to give your skin the best care is now! Call (406) 869-1066 or book your consultation online. Our experienced and friendly staff are waiting to help you reach your skin care goals!