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Flawless Permanent Cosmetics - Chesterfield

Permanent Eyebrows or Upper and Lower Eyeliner with Option of Touchup at Flawless Permanent Cosmetics (Up to 67% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 90 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Services must be used by the same person.
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Questions and Answers 6 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

I'm interested in having my eyebrows done, but wonder about how long it lasts. I have seen women with the "blue" eyebrows after a period. It looks awful.

Felicia B.  asked on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

Permanent make-up is actually cosmetic tattooing. All tattooing in particular permanent make-up will fade over time ie. sun, chlorine, salt water, medications, etc. Permanent make-up is "permanent" but by it's nature will require a touch-up (approx. 2 yrs) after your last visit. Permanent make-up is different in that way from traditional tattooing. It does require maintenance.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

Hi Felicia! In addition to Groupon answering your question, I would be the one performing your eyebrow procedure. Eyebrows that were tattooed years ago often where done with pigments that where too dark and unnatural, often with solid looking brows. I specialize in 3 dimensional eyebrow hairstrokes. I use more than one color to achieve a "most natural" look. If done with too dark of pigment and bluer hues they will fade to that "awful" look that you are seeing on ladies that had it done with what I call "old school". I have current training with the most state of the art techniques and what I consider the best pigments on the market. Although as you know permanent makeup fade over time as mentioned above, I recommend getting a color boost once a year. I feel I keep my cost appealing to my clients so that once they make that initial investment, they can afford to keep up the maintenance. ~Flawless

Lynette T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 13, 2013

Q:

How long does the eyeliner take? Do you have Saturday hours? Any "downtime" from work? How long does it last?

Linda L.  asked on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

Hi Linda! Eyeliner procedure takes 1.5 hours per procedure and can last 2+ yrs or more before a touch up is needed. I recommend color boost once a year if you like to wear it darker. Yes, I work one Saturday a month and am currently booking in May for that. ~Flawless

Lynette T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 13, 2013

More Questions and Answers

Q:

Hi, I am interested in getting this done again. I had it done a long time ago. I am currently breastfeeding, do I need to wait until I'm done breastfeeding until I get it done? I think that is the guideline for getting tattoos, but I wasn't sure if it was different for this procedure.

Chelsea M.  asked on  Apr 15, 2013

A:

Please call the business at (314) 527-1001 for clarification on this.

Joseph G.  from  Groupon  replied on  Apr 16, 2013

Q:

Do you use anything to help ease the discomfort of the tattoo gun?

pat r.  asked on  Apr 13, 2013

A:

Hi Pat! Yes, when a RX grade topical for numbing prior to starting any procedure. If you would like to see the " tattoo machine" used, go to www.facebook.com/flawlesspermanentcosmetics, LIKE the page and scroll down to a video of an eyeliner procedure and there is also another one of an eyebrow procedure. You are also welcome to stop in Monday-Friday between 9am-12noon to observe a procedure if you like. Just let my assistant, Estee know when we can expect you 314.527.1001~Flawless

Lynette T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 14, 2013

Q:

How long does the eyeliner take? Do you have Saturday hours? Any "downtime" from work? How long does it last?

Linda L.  asked on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

Hi Linda! Eyeliner procedure takes 1.5 hours per procedure and can last 2+ yrs or more before a touch up is needed. I recommend color boost once a year if you like to wear it darker. Yes, I work one Saturday a month and am currently booking in May for that. ~Flawless

Lynette T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 13, 2013

Q:

Hi! Can you tell me what is meant by "enhance upper and lower eyelids"? I'm looking for someone to tattoo my upper and lower eyelids as if I were wearing eyeliner, but I'm unclear as to how extensive your "enhancing" would be. Let me know please. Thanks!

Cindy F.  asked on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

This Groupon is valid for upper and lower eyeliner. If you would like to see examples of the work they do I suggest taking a look at their website here.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Apr 12, 2013

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Hi Cindy! Enhancement is just in the lashline only. My technique actually starts in the lashline working up on to the lid on the upper lid. I tattoo the lower in the lashline only. With eyeliner and the way it heals lightening considerably, it would be my recommendation to purchase 2 visits to get the most desired results. That is if you are wanting eyeliner. I can always just put it in the lashline and build up on a 2nd visit if you choose more after you have healed. ~Flawless

Lynette T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 13, 2013

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Please let me know if I am reading this correctly. If I purchase the $99.00 deal, I could choose to have my eyebrows done with no follow-up appt.? Now, could I also purchase the $99.00 deal to have my eyelids, upper and lower, done with no follow-up appt.? I didn't see anything that says you have to be a first-time client, do you have to be one? Lastly, I have my eyelids tattooed now, would this interfere with any of the deals that are being offered?

jeannie H.  asked on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

If you purchase the $99 deal you can either get permanent eyebrows or upper and lower eyeliner. You will not receive a follow up appointment with this option.

There is a limit of 1 Groupon per person so you will only be able to use 1 Groupon. This Groupon is valid for new and returning clients.

For information regarding whether your current eyelid tatoos will interfere with the deals being offered I suggest contacting the business directly at (314) 527-1001.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Apr 12, 2013

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Hi Jeannie! The $99 deal is for anyone, new or existing clients! You can buy it for more than one procedure eyebrows, eyeliner, or lip liner each to include one application at $99. More if you like for gifts. I am not bias as to who buys as I know of the deal offers that have been offered in the past stipulating NEW CLIENTS ONLY. If you have had work done prior, I have often corrected some work and touched-up clients that would have had to pay 1/2 - Full Price ($350-$700) to have their eyeliner or eyebrows touched-up because they waited 2+ yrs or more to have it done because they couldn't afford it or just time got away from them. As you know $99 is for one application with no follow-up and the $189 is for two applications. You sound like this is a great offer for you because you have already had done. I suggest calling my scheduling line 314.527.1001 press #4 to leave your contact info and my assistant Estee will get you scheduled. Ask Estee about any other offers your interested in. I look forward to meeting you! ~ Flawless

Lynette T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 13, 2013

Q:

I'm interested in having my eyebrows done, but wonder about how long it lasts. I have seen women with the "blue" eyebrows after a period. It looks awful.

Felicia B.  asked on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

Permanent make-up is actually cosmetic tattooing. All tattooing in particular permanent make-up will fade over time ie. sun, chlorine, salt water, medications, etc. Permanent make-up is "permanent" but by it's nature will require a touch-up (approx. 2 yrs) after your last visit. Permanent make-up is different in that way from traditional tattooing. It does require maintenance.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

Hi Felicia! In addition to Groupon answering your question, I would be the one performing your eyebrow procedure. Eyebrows that were tattooed years ago often where done with pigments that where too dark and unnatural, often with solid looking brows. I specialize in 3 dimensional eyebrow hairstrokes. I use more than one color to achieve a "most natural" look. If done with too dark of pigment and bluer hues they will fade to that "awful" look that you are seeing on ladies that had it done with what I call "old school". I have current training with the most state of the art techniques and what I consider the best pigments on the market. Although as you know permanent makeup fade over time as mentioned above, I recommend getting a color boost once a year. I feel I keep my cost appealing to my clients so that once they make that initial investment, they can afford to keep up the maintenance. ~Flawless

Lynette T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 13, 2013

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