During permanent makeup sessions, a skilled aesthetician enhances clients’ natural beauty using a tattooing technique
About This Deal
- Wielding a tattoo pen, technicians apply permanent pigment that mimics the appearance of makeup, accentuating clients’ natural features.
- Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about permanent makeup.
- Learn more about types of permanent makeup, eligibility, the recovery process, and more
- Powder brows: After applying a numbing agent, a technician uses a handheld tool to create tiny dots of pigment to create an illusion of fuller and thicker brows as well as define and enhance their shape.
About Face Glow
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder—but, as Becky Dinino knows, it’s also in the skincare regimen of the beheld. A licensed aesthetician for almost three decades, she uses her talents to brighten complexions at her spa, Face Glow, with skin services ranging from microdermabrasion to acne treatments to her grandma’s famous cheek pinch. At its new location in a medical center, the spa team also soothes bodies with three styles of massage, as well as body wraps that can slim circumferences. And each treatment is performed with a focus on relaxation according to Becky’s philosophy that when things get stressful, the best thing to do is relax.