Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs About Our Services
Scalp Micropigmentation is the process of having one’s scalp tattooed with tiny impressions the size of a hair follicle to resemble the appearance of stubble, or a short shaved look.
SMP treatment can also make thinning hair appear thicker and camouflage scalp scars
There is no invasive surgery process, no scarring, and no down time, making Scalp Micropigmentation an immediate solution to hair loss.
A certified SMP technician blends the scalp aesthetic pigment tones to meet the needs of each and every individual client.
Scalp Micropigmenation requires a small needle to be inserted into the upper dermis of the scalp.
A certain amount of discomfort is inevitable, however most clients report the sensation to be nothing more than mildly irritating, even therapeutic
Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo that replicates eyebrow hairs, using a feather stroke technique to give the appearance of fuller eyebrows. Cosmetic tattoo procedures use pigments instead of ink. These pigments are designed to subtly fade after a period of time.
It is a semi-permanent treatment and you can expect the results to fade over the course of 1-2 years.
After the procedure, the tattooed area will appear to be darker and bolder, This will last 3-4 days. It is normal, after that period of time the dark color will fade into your natural hair tone.
Amanda brings out the natural beauty of her clients hair by emphasizing color, contour, highlight and shaping. she can work with any idea you have and give outstanding results.
Amanda has worked a lifetime to perfect her specialty fades and unique shaved designs so you can make a statement and turn heads. She can create any design!
Yes, Amanda creates the most on-trend kids cuts and shaved designs with the ultimate crisp fades and clean lines
Cryoskin is a non-invasive treatment used for slimming, cellulite reduction, and toning
The session lasts for 28 minutes and is done manually through a massage technique
The treatment begins with massaging heat onto the surface of the skin and then a decrease in temperature to -8° for the duration of the session.