Rachel Chang of Eyedeal Permanent Cosmetics is passionate about career in permanent cosmetics. Her goal is to strive for excellence and help you achieve a look that will enhance your natural beauty. Her artistic talents stems from her training at a very young age. After being educated in a variety of artistic mediums such sketching, watercolor, calligraphy and oriental painting, she furthered her education by earning a degree in fine arts. Her experience, training and artistic ability can be recognized through her procedures whether it be realistic hair strokes for eyebrows, implantation of fine/accurate lines for eyeliners or the use of beautiful colors to enhance/define the lips. PERMANENT COSMETICS

Rachel is a Board Certified Diplomat of the American Academy of Micropigmentation, an active Member of the American Academy of Micropigmentation and a Certified Microblading Practitioner.  


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What is Permanent Cosmetics?

The specialized techniques used for permanent cosmetics are often referred to as micropigmentation. Micropigmentation is the practice of placing small amounts of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin to achieve a desired color change.  Permanent cosmetics is actually an affordable way to maintain your beauty and enhance those areas which you believe need special attention. It‘s also a convenient alternative to daily application of makeup. Common areas to pigment are the brows, eyelids and lips.

Questions? You're not alone

[efaccordion id="01"] [efitems title="Does it look natural? " text="The goal is to enhance your natural features by using custom blended colors to compliment your skin tone, eye and hair color. Whether you like a soft natural look or a more define dramatic one, your expectations will be met."] [efitems title="Who is a good candidate for permanent cosmetics?" text="Permanent cosmetics is for you if you like to wear makeup but you simply do not have the time to apply it every day or perhaps you enjoy laying out at the pool, going to beaches or have an active life style"] [efitems title="Does it hurt? " text="Sensitivity varies with each individual. Before any procedure a topical anesthetic is applied and allowed to set for at least 20-30 minutes depending on the procedure. Additional application of topical anesthesia may be applied during the treatment. Most clients remain very comfortable throughout the entire procedure. "][efitems title="How long is the recovery period?" text="After the procedure most clients experience some redness and slight swelling on the treated area. This is temporary and usually subsides within a few hours for eyeliner and brows. Lip procedures may take approximately 1-2 days. Most clients are able to return to work or other social activities the same day."][efitems title="Do I have a choice of colors?" text="Absolutely! There is a range of colors to choose from and the practitioner will help you find the best match."][/efaccordion]

[efaccordion id="01"] [efitems title="How long will it be until I see my final results?" text="Five to seven days is the initial healing period and four to six weeks for the pigment to become permanently incorporated in the location of treatment"] [efitems title="Will it fade? " text="During the period of three to six weeks, there will be a slight fading of the pigment. Fading will depend on the procedure and the client’s skin condition. For example, if you have oil skin or large pores, the pigment will fade quicker. Your color will soften with time. Therefore, touch-ups are required."] [efitems title="Will I need a touch up? " text="All clients should return for a touch-up appointment between 4-6 weeks post procedure. Any adjustments or pigment that was lost during the healing process can be replaced at this time. "][efitems title="How long will it last?" text="This varies with each individual person, though the usual duration is between two to three years, it will depend on various factors (e.g., medications, sun exposure, skin type, etc.). Proper after-care of the treated area will help prolong the results such as avoiding direct sun light, tanning and chlorinated water."][/efaccordion]


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