Forever Fabulous was started in November 2008 by Stephanie Curran-Haugh who is a Pennsylvania and New Jersey licensed Skin Care Specialist, along with Board Certification in Micro-Pigmentation. Stephanie is also a
Member of The American Academy of Micro-Pigmentation.
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Permanent cosmetics is a procedure that carefully implants pigment into the upper dermal layer of the skin. Stephanie preforms these procedures with either the Nouveau Contour’s top of the line, digital and medical grade permanent make up machine when doing powder/ombré brows, eyeliner, lip liner, scalps or nipple areola tattooing. Expertly crafted disposable micro-blades are used for the micro-blading procedure.
The first appointment will include brow mapping for brow appointment, pre-draw, color selection and procedure. Second appointment is the perfecting touch up appointment. I will go over areas that didn’t take the pigment as well as making any small adjustments to size, shape and color if necessary. Moving forward it’s all about keeping your permanent cosmetics fresh with yearly touch ups.
All supplies and needles used during your procedure are disposable.
It takes your body a full six weeks to heal from a procedure. That is why I can not make any adjustments to the permanent cosmetics for at least six weeks after the initial procedure. You will feel your recovery time frame is 5-7 days. That is when you will feel your tattooing looks its most dramatic. You may experience light scanning for flakiness. You will go home with detailed at home care instructions including my contact information to reach out at any time with questions you may have. I will also send you home with any cream you may need to use while healing. I always tell my clients you see your true results 3 weeks after a procedure.
Traditional make up can 100% be used with permanent cosmetics. However, I always instruct my clients to not put anything over the area freshly done for at least 1 week. I also recommend purchasing a new mascara after an eyeliner procedure. Permanent cosmetics is meant to enhance your natural features. Many women who like a dramatic evening look or have an event will add to their permanent cosmetics with traditional makeup.
There is topical numbing cream that is used through out a procedure. The client is not completely numb. The numbing does help make the procedure comfortable. Always let a practitioner know prior if you have had allergic reaction to numbing agents in the past.
Stephanie has worked with and been referred by some of the countries top plastic surgeons. As long as permanent cosmetics is placed correctly on the face, it will not interfere in anyway with permanent cosmetics. I highly recommend discussing any past cosmetic surgical procedures or plans for future cosmetic surgical procedures at your first appointment. Permanent cosmetics should not be done until at least 3 months post op with any new cosmetic procedure.