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Permanent Makeup.


At Aeris Skin and Beauty in Carmichael, our dedicated OSHA-compliant permanent makeup room ensures a safe and regulated environment. As a Certified Permanent Makeup Artist, I specialize in utilizing a state-of-the-art digital German-made machine for eyebrow and eyeliner procedures. This advanced technology minimizes trauma and maximizes color retention.


I prioritize precision by employing nano needles and innovative techniques, ensuring even color deposition tailored to complement your unique skin and hair tones. Each session involves completely customized color application, guaranteeing a personalized outcome.


Modern permanent makeup is a meticulous process, emphasizing addition rather than subtraction. During the initial session, we purposefully apply a slightly lighter shade to fine-tune the color post-healing and determine the ideal pigment density. Although some clients may only require one treatment, the follow-up session is crucial for assessment and adjustments if needed.


Touch-ups are $150, with comprehensive aftercare kits and instructions provided after every treatment. Your satisfaction and comfort throughout the process are my top priorities.



Strokes with Machine 200.00

Powder Brows 300.00

Strokes with Machine (digital microblading)

Combination Powder Brows & Strokes 250.00

Brow Revision 300.00



Lash Enhancement 300.00

Designer Eyeliner 350.00

Bottom Eyeliner 200.00

Eyeliner Revision 300.00

Top & Bottom Eyeliner 450.00


Lip Tattoo 300.00

Lip Blush 300.00

6 Week Touch-up Highly Recommended 150.00

Additional Touch-ups 150.00

Hypertonic Saline Removal 150.00 (per session)

 Healing Schedules.


Day 1: Eyelids swollen with a heavier than usual eye makeup look.

Day 2: Eyelids swollen, usually for only a few hours after waking up with a heavier than normal eye makeup look.

Day 3: Swelling decreases with a tight feeling on lids. The pigment begins to lift away from the skin.

Day 4: Some itching is normal as the skin begins to flake. DO NOT PICK AT IT!

Day 5: Blinking movements of the eye usually remove the pigment by this day. Makeup color is somewhat grayish and will take a few more days to clarify to full color.


After your procedure, don’t be concerned that your eyebrows initially appear darker and heavier in size than you desire. This is all part of the process.

Day 1: The eyebrows appear 20%-40% darker and 10%-20% more bold in width than when healed. Your skin is red underneath the pigment, which causes the color to appear darker and warmer. There is some swelling which is difficult to see sometimes because of the texture of the skin in the eyebrow area. This swelling will subside.

Day 2: Conditions remain the same.

Day 3: Eyebrows start to itch as exfoliation begins. The brows appear a bit thicker in texture.

Day 4: The skin begins to flake, peeling from the outside edges first. Exfoliation (peeling of skin) will cause the excess pigment surrounding the eyebrow procedure to flake away and the eyebrows will begin to appear narrower.

Day 5: Color finishes flaking off. New skin continues healing over the pigmented area and results in a softer and grayer appearance to your eyebrows.

Days 6-10: Color clarifies during this period and eyebrows gradually appear more and more normal.


Permanent makeup procedures are affected by the canvas (your skin) that they are performed on. If your skin is sun damaged, thick and uneven in texture, or excessively dry or oily, the result cannot be expected to be perfect after the initial procedure. Lifestyle, medications, smoking, metabolism, facial procedures and age of the skin all contribute to fading.

Touch-ups are needed and should be done no sooner than 30 days after the initial procedure to ensure the best result. Procedure maintenance as outlined in your pre/post procedure directions is very important.

AfterCare Instructions.


  • Cleanse the procedure area with Q-tips wet with Colloidal Silver Solution 4 times a day.

  • Apply the A&D Ointment given in the morning and at night after cleansing. DO NOT GET LUBRICANT IN THE EYES. Apply the thinnest coat. Re-apply when the area feels tight.

  • Eyes will be puffy in the mornings. Use ice to relive puffiness. Avoid foods high in sodium for a few days.

  • Do not use mascara until the site is healed.


  • Cleanse the procedure area with cotton pads wet with H2Ocean 5-7 times a day for 5 days.

  • Cleanse the area well. Let the area dry, then apply thin layer of lubricant.

  • If slight crust appears on pigmented surface, do not force the removal through picking or scratching. This will remove the pigment.

  • After 5 days and until healed wash the area with mild soap and water and pat dry. No scrubbing and avoid eyebrow makeup and pencils. Avoid long hot steamy showers.

Cell text/phone 408-802-4404 for any questions or concerns. (Unavailable Sunday and Monday. If an emergency, please text 911 to my cell and I will return your call asap.)  

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