National Academy of Permanent Cosmetics
Missoula, MT (406) 370-3705
The most common permanent cosmetic procedures are eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner or full lip color, and beauty marks. Additionally, we perform medical tattooing such as scar or reconstructive camouflage and areola pigmentation.
All procedures are performed by DeEtte Balfourd and each procedure is performed in a professional, hygienic and comfortable environment.
DeEtte Balfourd, owner of the National Academy of Permanent Cosmetics has over 24 years of experience in the permanent makeup industry and has performed thousands of procedures.
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Q: Will it look natural?
A: Absolutely! It will look more natural than applied makeup. It is designed to enhance your natural beauty and will blend with any makeup style or skin tone.
Q: Is the procedure safe?
A: Procedures are performed using the strictest medical and professional standards. We only use the most high quality pigments, tested over many years. In addition, we use only sterile, individually sealed and disposable instruments.
Q: What does it feel like?
A: Some describe it as a prickly sensation. Many experience no discomfort at all. Most agree it is far more comfortable than anticipated.
Q: How long does it take?
A: Application time is approximately 1.5 hours for eyeliner and eyebrows; lip color takes a little longer. Medical micropigmentation can take several sessions.
Q: How long will it last?
A: Indefinitely. However, color will soften over time with skin type, the aging process, medications, environmental stresses, and care of your permanent makeup procedure area. Many enjoy enhancements periodically to keep their permanent makeup looking fresh.
Q: Will I need more than one appointment?
A: Everyone’s skin accepts pigment differently. Your procedure will include a follow up enhancement 4 to 6 weeks from the initial procedure. Another complimentary enhancement is available within 6 months.
Q: How do I protect my skin after the procedure?
A: Immediately after the procedure you will be given an ointment for use during the healing process. After healed, it is recommended to protect your skin with the use of daily sunscreen. Direct exposure to the sun will make the pigment fade faster. The use of any product which activate exfoliation, i.e. glycolic, Retin A, or any bleaching agents or hydroquinone, is to be avoided on the procedure area.
1821 South Ave W Suite 404
Missoula, MT 59801
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