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I am Regan Donaldson of EQUINOX PERMANENT COSMETICS, a service that performs beautiful tattooed makeup. I follow Universal Precautions and OSHA guidelines, and take yearly courses in the latest practices AND was certified at DermaTech Permanent Cosmetics llc.
We are currently on a break to relocate and detail our salon on Spokane's beautiful South Hill, and are sorry to not be taking any appointments at this time. If you are interested in permanent makeup please enjoy the information on our website and feel free to call if you have any questions.
Always our best,
What are Permanent Cosmetics?
Also called cosmetic tattooing and permanent make-up, it is the procedure of artistically placing color into the upper dermal layer of the skin. Although permanent, sun exposure and aging will cause it to fade over time. For this reason, touch-up or refresher appointments may be desired every few years to keep your makeup looking its best.
What are the procedures available to me?
EYEBROWS - created for many reasons, such as for brows that are too light, short, sparse or nonexistent. They can be designed to enhance
your face, create lift, symmetry and balance.
EYELINER - enhances the definition of your eyes, creates the illusion of larger eyes, and whether you choose natural lash enhancement, or darker, dramatic liner, your eyes will become more alluring than the naked look of no make-up or smeared eyeliner.
LIP LINER/FULL LIP COLOR - enhances the beautiful shape of your lips with the soft natural color of your choice. And it can correct lips that are uneven or that are too thin, or too thick, scarred, or pale. If you have trouble with your lipstick feathering, permanent cosmetics corrects the problem.
How long does it last?
Your new permanent cosmetics will last a lifetime. Generally, the lighter and more natural you have it, the more likely you will want to periodically
freshen up the color every few years. We keep a record of your colors and offer touch-ups at a very low cost to ensure your makeup will always look its best.
The darker and more dramatic, the less you will notice fading. You will want to avoid skin peeling products such as Retin-A or microdermabrasion directly on the
*And ALWAYS remember to use your sunscreen and good sun sense to help maintain your color.