Information on Permanent Makeup

Read the section below, then click the link at the bottom for your requested service for more specific required instructions.


Permanent makeup mimics the look of just-applied lipstick, lip liner, eyebrow pencil, hair strokes and eyeliner. It's done through a process called micro-pigmentation, this is either done by hand or a rotary tattoo machine is used to insert permanent pigment into the skin. Each procedure takes between 30 and 120 minutes, and a local anesthetics used to numb the area being tattooed. Just like any tattoo, initially the color will appear brighter or darker, then will fade. The area will be swollen for anywhere between 2-5 days and will crust over before healing. Healing does vary per person.

The most obvious benefit to permanent makeup is waking up every day with your "face on." You can swim, exercise, shower and wake up still looking put together and ready to go. It can be ideal for the woman who is constantly on the go,  for someone that has an unsteady hand or for someone with allergies to makeup.

Darla will NOT tattoo you if you are unsure of any of the procedures.  Most Permanent Makeup can be removed but it is a process.  It is just better to wait until you are confident that you want the procedure.

Darla applies permanent makeup by hand or by a rotary machine. 


What to Do:

Book your appointment at 281-460-7390 – This is a Texting appointment line. Please give us a couple of dates & times that work for you and give us 24 hours to get back with you.

A 24hr notification of cancellation is required. If you miss a confirmed appointment and want to reschedule, fees will apply.

Rescheduling Fees: (for breaking a confirmed appointment)

1st Reschedule - $25

2nd Reschedule - $50

3rd Reschedule - $75***

***After 3rd broken confirmed appointment we will not reschedule you.

40% of procedures require a touchup & the touchup can be done after the 3rd week.


Redness & swelling

Some discomfort for several days

Crusting of the tattooed area

Peeling & sloughing off of the tattoo



Permanent makeup it is a serious cosmetic procedure and must be performed by a licensed, trained professional. If you have sensitive skin a skin test is recommended. Don't forget to consider the risks or complications, including:

Infection, Scarring, Allergic reaction (Slight redness, burning & swelling), Puffy Eyes, Bruises, Migrations, Granulomas/Keloids, Cornea Scratch, Pigment rejected or not adhering to skin (just wont stay) & any unknown reaction related to the procedure.

Allergic reactions are rare, however they do occur & can be serious.


If for any reason the pigment won’t stay in your skin Darla will work with you (within reason).