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Sacramento Style

Some people dress 'cause they dress when they dress
But he gets dressed to get dressed (It's only a hunch but I bet you a bunch) (He wears suspenders, a belt and a vest) [From the tip of his toes to his head] [He looks like an unmade bed]

You've either got or you haven't got style
If you got it, you stand out a mile
A flower's not a flower if it's wilted
A hat's not a hat till it's tilted
You either got or you haven't got class
How it draws the applause of the masses

You've either got or you haven't got style
If you got it, it stands out a mile
With mother of pearl kind of buttons
You look like the Astors and Huttons
You either got or you haven't got class
How it draws the applause of the masses

You've either got, or you haven't style
Style and charm seem to go arm in arm
A flower's not a flower, if it's wilted
A hat's not a hat till it's tilted
You've either got or you haven't got style
If you got it, you stands out a mile
Got or you haven't got, got or you haven't got
Got or you haven't got Style.

Courtesy of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Bing Crosby
Robin and the 7 Hoods

Always Be Beautiful with Permanent Makeup ​​​​​​​

Imagine waking up in the morning, washing your face, applying a little moisturizer and SPF and heading out to start the day.  You can live a makeup free life. But, if you need a little help, with the perfect eyebrow, a lovely lashline or lucious lips to feel your best, consider Permanent Makeup in Sacramento & Folsom.


Like other tattoos, cosmetic tattoos will eventually fade. The good news is that permanent makeup fades gradually, so there won't be any huge, noticeable difference all of a sudden.  The reason permanent cosmetics are called “permanent” is because the pigment is tattooed into the skin and can't be removed by washing.

Do Permanent Makeup Procedures Hurt?

One of the most frequently asked questions about permanent makeup concerns the matter of pain. The permanent makeup industry has grown dramatically over the last ten years so clearly many people have been willing to do whatever it takes to make their life easier and more stress free. Luckily there are now many products the permanent makeup technician can use that will reduce the pain of any and all procedures.

When thinking about it, most people assume permanent eyeliner is the most painful procedure. This is not the reality. There are topical, over the counter anesthetics that knowledgeable permanent makeup technicians use regularly. The technician can and should start with a pre-procedure anesthetic that is placed on the eyeliner with a Q-tip and then occluded with a film or wrap anywhere from 10-20 minutes, depending on the product. This will limit the pain associated with the first needle pass.

Once the skin is broken, some of the most dramatic advances in the US market have to do with over the counter epinephrine products. These products not only severely reduce the pain, but the epinephrine also helps limit swelling. Consequently, many people feel the permanent eyeliner procedure causes some discomfort, but often not anywhere near the pain the person was anticipating.

Lovely experience. The staff is great and they take time to help you the best they can. Left the salon feeling incredible and looking even better.

Lorena Watson

I recently got my eyebrows microbladed, after years of trying to draw them on consistently. I’ve gotten so many unsolicited compliments on them!

Emma Brown

Do Permanent Makeup Procedures Hurt?

One of the most frequently asked questions about permanent makeup concerns the matter of pain. The permanent makeup industry has grown dramatically over the last ten years so clearly many people have been willing to do whatever it takes to make their life easier and more stress free. Luckily there are now many products the permanent makeup technician can use that will reduce the pain of any and all procedures.

When thinking about it, most people assume permanent eyeliner is the most painful procedure. This is not the reality. There are topical, over the counter anesthetics that knowledgeable permanent makeup technicians use regularly. The technician can and should start with a pre-procedure anesthetic that is placed on the eyeliner with a Q-tip and then occluded with a film or wrap anywhere from 10-20 minutes, depending on the product. This will limit the pain associated with the first needle pass.

Once the skin is broken, some of the most dramatic advances in the US market have to do with over the counter epinephrine products. These products not only severely reduce the pain, but the epinephrine also helps limit swelling. Consequently, many people feel the permanent eyeliner procedure causes some discomfort, but often not anywhere near the pain the person was anticipating.

 

Microblading


If you spend much time in beauty circles, you're bound to have caught the microblading trend that hit big a year or two ago. Unlike traditional tattoos, this semi-permanent process used artfully mixed pigments and very fine abrasions to grant the long-lasting illusion of naturally fuller, darker, more defined brows. The procedure's popularity exploded practically overnight — RealSelf, a site that hosts reviews and research on various cosmetic procedures, says that demand for information on the procedure rose so sharply that they had to break out microblading as its own separate topic last year. In the nine months since, the technique has been researched by more than half a million users on the site.