Permanent Makeup Artist
As a professional it is important to help others look and feel the very best they can.
15 years experience as an Esthetician 26 years experience Cosmetologist 8 years in Micropigmentation
26 years professional artist
Joel Gerson (skin resurfacing,Gerson Peel)
Ann Willis (Therapeutic Aesthetics)
Lydia Sarfati (Repechage )
Monica Leedom (Aesthetics,Makeup Application Skin Peels) Pevonia Corp. (Sylvie Henessy)
Murad Corp. (Dr.Murad)
Barry Burger (world renowned makeup artist)
PERMANENT MAKEUP TRAINING:
Dr. Linda Dixon Dr. Charles Zerwling Joyce Cirasuola Debra Diorio BOARD CERTIFIED DIPLOMAT MICROPIGMENTATION License # CL-0069060
E-mail: CONTACT FORM PH# 321-917-7052
Patsy Skipper’s cosmetic bag is much lighter these days. In fact, it’s almost empty. Even so, she jumps out of bed each morning with a face that’s ready to greet the world. Her lips are lightly colored and her lashes are lush and dark against a backdrop of eyeliner.
The Florida resident looks this way 24 hours a day, seven days a week, because she wears permanent makeup.
“Being in the business, appearance is everything,” says Patsy Skipper, who has been in the beauty business for 30 years.
“It’s great because I’m always ready to go, and I don’t have to worry about my lipstick coming off.”
Permanent makeup lasts two to four years, or longer, depending on how you care for your skin. Anti-aging creams, sunlight and facial peels can shorten the effect.
“Skin on the face changes faster than the rest of the body,” says Patsy, who is formally trained and Board Certified in micropigmentation – the technical term for permanent makeup and does permanent makeup in Melbourne Florida and the surrounding areas. She treated herself to the luxury of wearing permanent eyeliner.
The long-lasting makeup is applied like a tattoo, except pigmentation – not dye – is used to achieve the desired color. A hand-held motor guides a cluster of five small needles as they pierce skin tissue and implant color. Depending on where you have your makeup done, a topical numbing cream or local anesthesia is used to dull the mild discomfort.
Patsy is board certified. She’s been a beauty expert for 20 years.