Karen Marlise got into permanent cosmetics back in 1993 the early days of permanent makeup. She has made it her life profession to be the best in the business of permanent cosmetics.
In Florida, there are zero requirements for training when it comes to permanent cosmetics and there are zero true permanent cosmetic colleges. Karen realized to become a true Permanent Cosmetic Professional she would have to travel out of state to the top permanent cosmetic colleges in the nation. Her first permanent cosmetic college was in Southern California. Where she trained for a 300-hour certification. Karen brought those skills back to her salon and applied them for quite a few years until she discovered another highly sought after permanent cosmetic college in Arlington, Texas. Where she travel to on many occasions learning all aspects of permanent cosmetics. This college offered all levels of training and induvial classes for different procedures like scar camouflage, areola pigmentation, designer eyeliners, full lip color, ethnic skin procedures, permanent cosmetic corrections, advanced classes, master level classes and even master instructor. This school had great talent working there and one on one instruction. Where Karen truly kept advancing with her skills. This was very costly and time-consuming but, Karen believes in when applying permanent procedures on someone’s face or body you have to be top notch. Karen does permanent cosmetics for men with eye enhancements, eyebrow design and permanent brows. Men with scarring from hair transplants, scars, vitiligo, pigment problems and hair reputation from balding.
Karen only takes her time delivering top notch work that lasts years and is pain-free. Karen is highly trained in pain control and even applies permanent eyeliner that is right up to the eye. This is called mucosal eyeliner. Karen creates duel permanent eyeliners with colors. Feel free to call anytime to speak to Karen at 1-727-512-4335 for information or consultation. http://www.karenmarlise.com
Permanent makeup: A form of tattooing (also known as micropigmentation when hand poked into the skin).
Some People choose permanent makeup as a serious daily time saver or because they have physical difficulty or limitations applying makeup. For others, tattooing is an adjunct to reconstructive surgery, particularly of the face or breast, to simulate natural
Karen does permanent cosmetic tattooing is an adjunct to reconstructive surgery, particularly of the face or breast, to simulate natural pigmentation. Karen helps men and women who have lost their eyebrows due alopecia (a form of hair loss) need permanent eyebrows, while people with vitiligo (a lack of pigmentation in areas of the skin) may try permanent cosmetic tattooing to help camouflage the condition.