Permanent Makeup Corrections



It is common to see someone with permanent makeup that has turned color such as, blue, gray, purple, or orange. Poorly shaped or non symetrical brows are another common problem which is usually the product of an unskilled technician. Often times people go to tattoo artists or technicians who are inexperienced or lacking the proper education and training to perform both Microblading and Permanent Makeup. It is extremely important to read reviews and do your homework before choosing the technician that you feel comfortable with. Kelly does a great number of corrections because of people price shopping instead of choosing a technician based on experience.  



What makes the face so unique?

The face is unlike the rest of the body because the skin is much thinner and exfoliates much more rapidly, therefore it is extremely important to perform a color analysis during the consultation in order to determine whether the client’s skin contains warm or cool undertones. The color analysis is extremely important and allows the technician to know what color pigments should be used.



Why does cosmetic pigment fade in time?

Color blunders can be resolved but often take more than one treatment since tattoo ink is richer and stronger than cosmetic ink. There is a reason that cosmetic pigment fades in time. If a person changes their hair color, or decides they prefer brown eyeliner instead of black, or want to soften their lips, as they get older it can be done very easily as long as cosmetic ink used.




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Kelly Jordan is a proud graduate of The Beau Institute and Paul Mitchell Academy. She has been performing Permanent Makeup and Microblading procedures for 25+ years which include; Permanent Eyeliner, Permanent Eyebrows, Microblading, Permanent Lip Shading, Beauty Marks, Camouflage, Tattoo Removal, Microblading Corrections, and Microneedling. Kelly also offers KJ cosmetics her Medical Grade Skincare Line. Visit her on Google to see 100+ reviews from her remarkable clients.