Permanent Makeup with Judy Bourn at Bourn Beautiful Cosmetic Clinic

Judy Bourn has worked in the beauty industry for over thirty years. She is a member of The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals and The National Board of Cosmetology. Her experience includes working with Dermatologists and Cosmetic Surgeons for many years.

She has been recognized many times for her professional involvement, most notably (Look Good Feel Better Program) for cancer patients. Judy has earned her reputation for the highest quality of performance in her area. She has been a Board Certified Permanent Makeup Artist for more than thirteen years.

What is Permanent Makeup (micropigmentation)?

Permanent makeup is a non-surgical procedure where sterile hypo-allergenic pigment (color) is carefully applied into the dermal layer of the skin. After the minor healing process, makeup will not smudge, smear, or run. The colors are custom blended to work with skin tone, eye and hair colors for a natural appearance.

Judy uses only the highest quality materials in her permanent makeup applications. They are required to meet the vigorous safety standards of The Alliance for Safe Practice.

Is there any discomfort involved?

The sensation of micro- implantation can differ from person to person. A topical anesthetic, of the highest quality, is applied to reduce the discomfort.

Is it safe?

Yes, she follows all standards set by the Center for Disease Control. She utilizes a 100% single use disposable system for each procedure. She ensures a controlled safe application

What if styles change?

Each procedure recreates a natural look. Judy's experience as an artist in the makeup/makeover field, for over thirty years, enables her to capture the beauty in everything she creates.

How much time is involved?

The first visit is a consultation enabling her to do a pigment test, for allergic reactions. The consultation time is also crucial for answering any questions or concerns of the client. At the end of the consultation there are two appointments scheduled for the procedure. These appointments will run 1.5 to 2 hours each

Are there any precautions that must be taken before having this procedure?

Anyone with a history of fever blisters, cold sores, and canker sores will need to have a prescription for an anti viral medication before having a lip procedure. This will eliminate the probability of the virus erupting during the procedure.

What are the costs of this procedure?

This will be discussed at the time of the consultation. Everyone is an individual and certain factors determine the costs.

What is the healing period like?

Most people are capable of returning to work or their other daily activities immediately following the procedure. For five to seven days after the procedure, you will need to apply a thin film of ointment to the procedure site. During this healing time the color will heal and soften into the skin.

How long does permanent makeup last?

There will always be a permanent marking on your skin but over time fading occurs naturally and you will need a touch up application after a few years.

Why does permanent make up fade?

The skin on the face is much thinner and therefore influences the degree of color retention. Other factors are UV rays, facial skin products that are used for anti aging, and body chemistry.

Why would you want to have this procedure done? You may...

Want to jump out of bed and be ready to face the world.

You may want to work out and have your makeup stay in place while wiping the sweat from your face.

You may want to go swimming and not have to worry about getting wet!

You may want to have a more youthful appearance. You may have eyebrows that are sparse, uneven or absent that no longer perfectly sculpture your face shape.

You may have allergies or wear contact lens that may cause your eyes to water and smudge eyeliner.

You may have no time for makeup application because of daily responsibilities.

You may have dexterity difficulties, arthritis or vision limitations that inhibit accuracy when applying eyeliner, eyebrow liner, or lip liner.

You may have eyes that appear washed out without eyeliner.

You may have lips that have little definition, are thin or uneven.

You may have experienced hair loss due to cancer treatment or other conditions related to hair loss.

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