Permanent Makeup, Microblading & Tattooing

At Fabulash Artistry, we offer services for Cosmetic Permanent Makeup, Microblading, Paramedical Tattooing and Skin Camouflage. Micropigmentation is used in all these techniques.


Micropigmentation is a nonsurgical solution that gives an illusion of the presence of hair, to conceal scars or for masking facial and body flaws

Cosmetic Permanent Makeup

Permanent makeup is used for a variety of cosmetic enhancements such as permanent eyebrows, eyeliner, and lip liner/color. This state-of-the-art technique is medically proven and specifically designed to be completely safe. 

This is also known as intradermal pigmentation, and is a revolutionary method of applying natural pigments into the dermal layer of skin.

Some of the other permanent makeup procedures include:

  • Vitiligo 
  • Scar camouflage 
  • Areola restoration 
  • Hairline enhancement And more

Permanent makeup has also been used to cover-up:

  • Stretch marks
  • Birthmarks 
  • Freckles/age spots 
  • Uneven skin discolorations



Microblading is a kind of semi-permanent tattooing technique. A small handheld tool made of several tiny needles is used to add semi-permanent micro pigment into the upper layers of skin.

At Fabulash Artistry, we create the desired fullness and shape of the eyebrows using this technique. The result looks natural and flawless as hair effect is recreated on the skin.

The effects last up to 12 -18 months. Eventually, the pigment fades leaving the skin and your natural brows exactly as they were.


Paramedical Tattooing

Medical tattooing, an advanced form of cosmetic tattooing, is an option that can facilitate a desired change or restoration of appearance. It has the ability to make post-surgery patients and trauma survivors feel whole again. This has been used and endorsed for years by plastic and cosmetic surgeons, ophthalmologists, oncologists, and dermatologists.


Skin Camouflage

The application of specially formulated creams designed to minimize and neutralize defects or discoloration of the skin by covering, concealing and masking them at surface level is called Skin Camouflage or Cosmetic camouflage.


Skin camouflage techniques can be used to conceal a number of conditions, such as:

  • Post-surgical concealment
  • Scars
  • Burns
  • Birthmarks
  • Rosacea
  • Vitiligo
  • Other pigmentation problems

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 Q: What are permanent cosmetics?

A: Permanent cosmetics are the infusion of color beneath the skin called the dermal layer.

Q: Is it truly permanent?

A: Yes, anything that lasts longer than 24 hours is considered “permanent”. However, it’s more subjective to fade with sun exposure and the shedding of skin cells.

Q: Does it look natural?

A: You bet! Your friends will envy your natural beauty.

Q: Downtime?

A: There is no downtime. Although there are precautions you must follow, most clients return to their normal activities with no downtime.

Q: Are needles reused?

A:  NO. Applicators are used one time only and then disposed.

Q: Are the pigments safe?

A: All of my pigments are FDA approved. These pigments are specially made for permanent makeup. If your skin is super sensitive or you feel you might be allergic, I recommend doing a patch test first.

Q: How long does the procedure take?

A: The procedure itself takes 1 hour. The whole process takes about 2 hours.

Q: Does it fade?

A: After each procedure, the color is dark but luckily as its healing it fades 40% and leaves you with a true and natural looking color!

Q: Is it expensive?

A: It all depends on how you look at it and what you consider expensive. Think about how much you would spend for good quality name brand eyeliner, brow pencil or lip liner in a year? Not just the money, but also think of the time you would be saving?  So what is extra time worth to you?

Q: Will I need touch-ups?

A:  After you reach your desired color, I highly recommend that you come in at least once a year for a touch-up. This is to maintain a fresh solid look.

Cancellation Policy


Please notify us 24 hours prior to your schedule appointment,  Failure to cancel your appointment within 24 hours 

will result to loss your retainer fee made when you booked your appointment.