What You'll Get
Ancient Egyptian priests invented the first permanent makeup, ensuring that Nefertiti's eyeliner wouldn't fade in the afterlife and sphinxes wouldn't get lipstick on their teeth. Get modern makeup that lasts with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $99 for permanent makeup for upper or lower eyelids, or lip perimeter (a $299 value)
- $129 for permanent makeup for both upper and lower eyelids (a $399 value)
- $159 for permanent makeup for eyebrows or full lips (a $449 value)
After applying a topical anesthetic, Lisa, a licensed cosmetologist, aesthetician, and certified permanent-makeup tech, uses a single-use sterile needle to expertly line eyes and lips or fill brows with makeup colors that complement the client's skin tone. Once the one- to two-hour treatment concludes, clients can return to their normal activities, save for swimming, tanning, and frog kissing. Patch tests are available upon request to be taken two weeks prior to procedure for customers who are concerned about any skin reaction prior to the service, and a touch-up may be required for an additional fee depending on desired look and skin type.
Lisa Reyes brings more than the necessary credentials to FaceInk, sporting certification in permanent-makeup application and instruction alongside licenses in cosmetology and aesthetics. At her salon, Reyes enhances natural beauty with tattoo-like eyeliner, lip liner, and brow fillers that can shorten daily primping rituals or correct asymmetrical features and sparse eyebrows. The tech takes skin tone and eye color into account to guide clients toward flattering color palettes and looks, but ultimately leaves the final decision to the customer or the customer’s talking mirror. Reyes enlists a trusted two-step process for each one- to two-hour procedure, requiring touchup visits within 10 weeks of the first procedure.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 18 or older or have guardian consent. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.