Services

Eyeliner

Eyeliner is applied to help enhance the eyes. Permanent eyeliner can be applied to line both the top and bottom lids, to create a soft look, a defined line, or anything in between.

  • $175 – Upper Lid
  • $125 – Lower Lid
  • $275 – Both

 

Traditional Eyebrows

Permanent makeup can be applied to create the appearance of hair and is often used to define, shape, and fill in sparse areas of the eyebrows. Permanent eyebrow makeup can also be used to create the look of a full pair of eyebrows for people who have lost all of their facial hair, often due to chemotherapy or other medical conditions. An experienced technician can produce the appearance of individual eyebrow hairs and create a natural look.

  • $350

 

Blush

  • $50

 

Beauty Marks

  • $35

 

Lips

Are you tired of reapplying lipstick throughout the day? Permanent lip makeup can add fullness, balance crooked or uneven lips, and even minimize the appearance of wrinkles around the lips.

  • $450 – Lip Full Color with Liner
  • $250 – Lip Liner

 

Microblading

Microblading, is a form of permanent makeup that provides a means to partially or fully camouflage missing eyebrow hair with the appearance of simulated hair using fine deposits of cosmetic pigments.

  • $375

 

Areola

When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, a long painful physical and emotional journey begins. In addition to the physical diagnosis, fear and pain, they are several surgeries and treatments to go through. Nipple/Areola tattooing is considered the finishing touch.

  • $200-$800

 

Scar Camouflage / Color Correction

Scars, burns and discolorations caused by vitiligo or other skin conditions can be camouflaged with the medical micro-pigmentation process.

  • $175 per hour

 

Basic Tattoo Removal

Total cost determined at free consultation.

 

Scalp Pigmentation

Total cost determined at free consultation.

 

 

Biography

My name is Betty Goodman and I am looking forward to introducing you to the exciting world of permanent makeup and medical/cosmetic tattooing. Before discussing permanent makeup, I would like to tell you a little bit about myself and why I have chosen to pursue this exciting and rewarding profession.

I am a Registered Nurse. I began my nursing studies at the University of North Dakota in 1994. Where I earned a degree in Nursing and became a licensed nurse.

Throughout my 20 plus year career, I worked in a variety of specialty fields ranging from Behavioral Health, Dialysis to Geriatrics where I truly enjoyed helping people. In 2005, my family moved to Arizona where I worked as a nurse in Corrections. In January 2016 with the help my husband Barry and my oldest son Dean and we started a tattoo shop. Being an owner of a tattoo has allowed me to be introduced to the art of permanent makeup and cosmetic tattooing and how important my medical background is to it.

I began researching the procedures and discovered that permanent makeup has multiple purposes.  First, cosmetic tattooing can be used for a number of medical aesthetic purposes. Like, camouflaging a scar on an eyebrow or by creating a nipple/areola on a cancer survivor. The second use is for general beautification including the application of permanent lipstick, eyeliner and eyebrows/microblading . With my interest piqued, I began my research to find the perfect Cosmetic school to accommodate my schedule as a nurse. After experiencing the reactions of many interested clients, and friends I began to transition from traditional nursing into permanent makeup and medical tattooing.

In order to perfect the delicate techniques required for cosmetic tattooing, I spent countless hours practicing on skins before transitioning to human skin.

I am a State Board Certified RN. I strictly adhere to OSHA standards and have up-to-date certification in blood borne pathogens, First Aid and CPR. Further, I only use cosmetic pigments from manufacturers endorsed by The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals and ALWAYS use new and individually packaged sterile needles.

In all, I joined the medical profession because I am compassionate and caring and really enjoy helping others. I decided to pursue cosmetic tattooing to explore my artistic side and found that I am able to help people through my art. Whether I am feathering in eyebrows lost from chemotherapy treatment, tattooing eyeliner on someone with poor eyesight or artistically creating the illusion of a 3D nipple/areola on a cancer survivor who has undergone a mastectomy.

No matter what your looking for, I am available to sit with you and discuss your needs.  I look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me directly.

Betty