WHY: Many plastic surgeons will recommend this supplement prior to surgery. It promotes
faster healing with  less trauma to the skin, and promotes faster healing. REMEMBER . . .
Faster healing means better color retention!

HOW: Take as directed on bottle. These are sublingual pills (not the cream) that are to melt
under the tongue.  

WHEN:  Start taking this supplement about 2 weeks prior to a procedure, and continue
Arnica Montana will help prepare the skin for a better procedure.  I have noticed drastically
less trauma and redness to be present when people take this advice. If you think this is not
important, you can expect more inflammation and redness post procedure.

WHERE TO BUY:
AMAZON.COM
Whole Foods Market
Some Fiesta Stores
GNC or any Nutrition Store.

WARNING:  DO NOT TOUCH THESE PILLS WITH YOUR FINGERS! These bottles
are designed to twist and dispense 1 pellet at a time into the cap. When 5 have been
dispensed, just pop them from the cap, under your tongue. If you want to know why,
you can learn about it by Googling it...
ARE YOU A CANDIDATE FOR PERMANENT MAKEUP?
In my opinion, if you wear makeup for any reason, you should consider having this done. Does it mean that you will never have to wear
traditional makeup again? The answer to that question is a broad as there are people on the planet. The truth is, to some it will provide enough
coverage, while others want more. But don't want to wake up to Saturday Night brows, every single morning. So we take it to the level where
it's most comfortable to you.

Just understand that it is better for permanent makeup to fade OFF, than to fade UGLY!  The darker and deeper the procedure, the longer it will
last... but that's not always the best plan.

Great Candidates include:
  • Women who are allergic to traditional cosmetics.
  • Those who have lost motor skills and can no longer apply their own makeup.
  • Busy people, who have limited time.
  • Any woman who struggles to keep her makeup in place.
  • Athletes, garnders, swimmers... who want to look good, but not totally made up.
  • Men and women who suffer from scarring, especially on the face.
  • Women who have had mastectomies or breast augmentation surgeries.

You are NOT a candidate if you present any of the following conditions, disorders or
diseases.
Please, don't ignore these risks.  Every scenario plays out differently from person to person... just because it didn't
happen to YOU does not mean it won't happen to your friend, mother, or sister.  And just because it didn't happen before, does not guarantee that it
won't happen NEXT time. Better safe than sorry, and Less is More... are two of my favorite sayings!

  • Diabetes..... Slower healing creates a higher risk of infection. If under control, a letter from your doctor stating so is required.
  • Glaucoma.... Pressure placed on the eye during an eyeliner procedure could create further damage to the eye.
  • Hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, platelet or other blood disorders.
  • Pregnancy. Procedure should be postponed until after the baby has been born and you are no longer nursing.
  • Keloid or Hypertrophic Scarring. Those with tendencies toward this type of scarring may also have that risk with tattooing.
  • Heart conditions, Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure, Poor general health.
  • Any treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system / healing would make you NOT a good candidate for
    micropigmentation procedures.

The following need special attention prior to any cosmetic tattooing services:
  • Mitral Valve Prolapse, Artificial Heart Valves, Artificial Joints or any condition that requires prophylactic antibiotics before dental or other
    procedures, You will also need to take the same antibiotics prior to micropigmentation as well.
  • Use of certain Medications. Accutane / Retin-A, topical steroids can make skin fragile. You must be off of Accutane for one year and off of
    Retin-A for at least a month or two prior to a procedure.
  • Any medications or treatments that affect the dermal layer of the skin, CAN affect permanent make-up. Doesn't mean it will, you just have to
    be willing to understand the risks involved.
  • OTC medications or treatments that only affect the epidermis and are not of much concern.
  • Anticoagulants (blood thinners), use of Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and even some herbs reduce clotting time, which may result in increased
    bleeding and bruising. Avoid blood thinners for at least a few days prior to your procedure. IF PRESCRIBED BY A DOCTOR - YOU MUST GET
    CLEARANCE TO STOP TAKING MEDICATIONS.
  • Lips that have been injected with fillers may not hold color well and may result in color migration!   Whether the filler is Restylane,
    Juvederm, Liquid Silicone... all can cause migration or feathering - and the lip color could creep up above the lipline if the filler was placed
    within months before lip permanent makeup application.
  • There is typically not a problem if the lip filler is injecter AFTER the permanent makeup has completely healed.  However, the injector
    may add a tiny bit too much filler and cause the lips to become uneven. THEN you would want to compensate with more color... and
    you now know what that means. FEATHERING...  
  • Lips that have been injected with liquid silicone, may risk disruption due to stretching and pressure applied for the permanent lip
    color. Loss of liquid injectable silicone may occur, and all risks associated with free silicone applies if this happens.
  • Lip implants may become infected if the lips aquire an infection. The mouth is full of germs and saliva will contact all the open holes
    made by the tattooing.
  • Herpes Simplex. People who get fever blisters or cold sores are highly prone to an outbreak after lip procedures. AYou will need to consult
    with your doctor and get an antiviral prescription to be taken. Half of the course should be taken prior to the procedure and the remainder
    taken following the procedure.
Thank you Dominique!
It was such a pleasure working with you!
And to everyone else, please know that YOU will get the same level of care and attention!
Permetika has consistently been creating realistic looking brows and beautiful permanent makeup since 2002!
Question:  What does a unique blend of hairline strokes fused with just the right amount of shading combined with the perfect balance,
symmetry and elegance, produce?
Answer:  THE MOST REALISTIC LOOKING BROWS IN TOWN!
Our techniques offer a look SO REAL, it will be hard to tell the difference from our strokes, and your hair! And each design is as unique as you are! This is
especially wonderful for people who have lost definition through the ageing process or who have lost their brows due to alopecia, thyroid or other auto-immune
disorders.  
Whether the technique is called Microblading, 3D, Brow Shading, Brow Embroidery,Brow Feathering, or Dimensional Brows, it matters NOT! Just
know that our work is designed to look REAL!
  NOTICE: I DO MY BEST TO RUN ON TIME... But I am very detail oriented and want to give each person THE
BEST that I have in me! So sometimes, there might be a wait. Please be patient and just know that I am about to give you the same attention.  
 IT HELPS TO
SCHEDULE ON A DAY WITH NO STRICT TIME RESTRAINTS IF AT ALL POSSIBLE.  
Copyright Permetika 2016
NOTE:  American Red Cross guidelines state that you cannot donate blood for one year after receiving any tattoo work.
2500 West Loop South, #360   
Houston, TX 77027
713.443.8999
ARE YOU A CANDIDATE FOR PERMANENT MAKEUP?
In my opinion, if you wear makeup for any reason, you should consider having this done. Does it
mean that you will never have to wear traditional makeup again? The answer to that question is a
broad as there are people on the planet. The truth is, to some it will provide enough coverage,
while others want more. But don't want to wake up to Saturday Night brows, every single morning.
So we take it to the level where it's most comfortable to you.

Just understand that it is better for permanent makeup to fade OFF, than to fade UGLY!  The darker
and deeper the procedure, the longer it will last... but that's not always the best plan.

Great Candidates include:
  • Women who are allergic to traditional cosmetics.
  • Those who have lost motor skills and can no longer apply their own makeup.
  • Busy people, who have limited time.
  • Any woman who struggles to keep her makeup in place.
  • Athletes, garnders, swimmers... who want to look good, but not totally made up.
  • Men and women who suffer from scarring, especially on the face.
  • Women who have had mastectomies or breast augmentation surgeries.

You are NOT a candidate if you present any of the following conditions, disorders or diseases.
Please, don't ignore these risks.  Every scenario plays out differently from person to person... just
because it didn't happen to YOU does not mean it won't happen to your friend, mother, or sister.  And
just because it didn't happen before, does not guarantee that it won't happen NEXT time. Better safe
than sorry, and Less is More... are two of my favorite sayings!

  • Diabetes..... Slower healing creates a higher risk of infection. If under control, a letter from your
    doctor stating so is required.
  • Glaucoma.... Pressure placed on the eye during an eyeliner procedure could create further
    damage to the eye.
  • Hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, platelet or other blood disorders.
  • Pregnancy. Procedure should be postponed until after the baby has been born and you are no
    longer nursing.
  • Keloid or Hypertrophic Scarring. Those with tendencies toward this type of scarring may also
    have that risk with tattooing.
  • Heart conditions, Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure, Poor general health.
  • Any treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system / healing would
    make you NOT a good candidate for micropigmentation procedures.

The following need special attention prior to any cosmetic tattooing services:
  • Mitral Valve Prolapse, Artificial Heart Valves, Artificial Joints or any condition that requires
    prophylactic antibiotics before dental or other procedures, You will also need to take the same
    antibiotics prior to micropigmentation as well.
  • Use of certain Medications. Accutane / Retin-A, topical steroids can make skin fragile. You
    must be off of Accutane for one year and off of Retin-A for at least a month or two prior to a
    procedure.
  • Any medications or treatments that affect the dermal layer of the skin, CAN affect permanent
    make-up. Doesn't mean it will, you just have to be willing to understand the risks involved.
  • OTC medications or treatments that only affect the epidermis and are not of much concern.
  • Anticoagulants (blood thinners), use of Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and even some herbs reduce
    clotting time, which may result in increased bleeding and bruising. Avoid blood thinners for at
    least a few days prior to your procedure. IF PRESCRIBED BY A DOCTOR - YOU MUST GET
    CLEARANCE TO STOP TAKING MEDICATIONS.
  • Lips that have been injected with fillers may not hold color well and may result in color
    migration!   Whether the filler is Restylane, Juvederm, Liquid Silicone... all can cause
    migration or feathering - and the lip color could creep up above the lipline if the filler was
    placed within months before lip permanent makeup application.
  • There is typically not a problem if the lip filler is injecter AFTER the permanent
    makeup has completely healed.  However, the injector may add a tiny bit too much
    filler and cause the lips to become uneven. THEN you would want to compensate with
    more color... and you now know what that means. FEATHERING...  
  • Lips that have been injected with liquid silicone, may risk disruption due to stretching
    and pressure applied for the permanent lip color. Loss of liquid injectable silicone
    may occur, and all risks associated with free silicone applies if this happens.
  • Lip implants may become infected if the lips aquire an infection. The mouth is full of
    germs and saliva will contact all the open holes made by the tattooing.
  • Herpes Simplex. People who get fever blisters or cold sores are highly prone to an outbreak
    after lip procedures. AYou will need to consult with your doctor and get an antiviral
    prescription to be taken. Half of the course should be taken prior to the procedure and the
    remainder taken following the procedure.
CONSENT FORM REQUIRED:  
When booking, you will see a yellow tab that says
DOWNLOAD. Please download this form. Read it, fill
out and bring it with you to your appointment. Thanks!
TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO YOUR
PROCEDURE, START TAKING
ARNICA MONTANA!
(pills not cream)
Permetika’s motto is…
It is impossible to predict a specific outcome for any one person, so we hope you will
be committed to excellence and allow us to complete the process from start to finish.
But before we start, PLEASE BE SURE to read over the following pages to the right at
least 3 weeks prior to your procedure. You will need to learn how you take care of
yourself in the weeks prior to & after your procedure!
WE NEVER APPLY EXECESSIVE COLOR, IN HOPES THAT THINGS WILL
MAGICALLY FADE BACK INTO PERFECTION.
We will NOT push the skin to reality,
it could delay healing time, allowing even more color to escape – or it could end up holding way too
much color – or possibly even causing excessive scar tissue.
A tale-tell sign of permanent makeup is showing up as one flat, odd color. In order to combat that,
most sessions are done using a target color that compliments your skin tone and lifestyle. We will also
pick an opposing color, along with a highlight and lowlight color to add further dimension, so things
remain looking as natural possible, as they fade.
For your safety, and peace of mind… all first sessions are done with deliberate intentions of layering in
just enough color to form a nice LIGHT foundation to build on…There will be a few lucky people who
retain 70-90% of the color. There will be a few who will LOOSE 70-90% of the color… Everyone else
falls somewhere in the middle. To my knowledge, there is nothing anyone can do to change that ratio.
Experience certainly does factor in, but even experienced artists, will have clients healing mostly  TOO
LIGHT or TOO DARK. I opt for too light, with the intention of layering in more color in subsequent
sessions.
Next, you should know that there are LIMITS to what permanent makeup can do for you. Every
person’s skin responds differently to the art applied in it. Some pigment is rejected and some is left
undisturbed. MOST people heal with satisfactory + results and very few have regrets. Because worst
case scenario (with a conservative approach) results are still BETTER than not having it done at all.  It’
s just that some expectations are too high, and may fall short of the desired results.
In the end, our techniques try to create the most realistic, natural look for you, in a methodical manner
that allows for adjustments along the way with an end result being a realistic, natural looking WORK
OF ART!
ANOTHER QUICK HEADS UP... Not all artists provide equal
results.
It takes a heavy investment in time and effort to
perfect any craft. Tattooing one's FACE is NOT one that but I
feel its only fair to offer you a bit of knowledge that I
stumbled onto recently.  I saw a company offering A BASIC
TRAINING CERTIFICATE for completing a FOUR HOUR
COURSE. Just know, that you do have "options" out there. If
you're looking for a better deal, you will definitely find them.

Don't fall victim to flashy advertising UNLESS they can back
it up with amazing work! And also know, that there are some
unscrupulous people that just don't care about you and will
show you pirated pics, playing them off as their own. Just be
careful and choose an artist who can back up thier word with
quality work. Ask to see ORIGINAL PHOTOS on their
camera.
Unable to attend a
consultation class, but
still want the skin test?
...just call in to set up a time to
stop by for a quick 10 MINUTE
TEST.  Whoever is at the office is
qualified to perform this simple
test.

  • Testing must be
    scheduled at least one
    week (7 days) prior to
    your appointment.

  • If you want testing, you
    will need to take it upon
    yourself to schedule the
    test at least one week
    prior to your procedure.  
NOTICE:  ON OUR
CONSENT FORM, THERE
WILL BE A SECTION THAT
WILL DOCUMENT THE
DATE OF TESTING AND
WHETHER THE TEST
RESULTS WERE POSITIVE
OR NEGATIVE.

IF YOU DECLINE TESTING,
YOU MUST SIGN A WAIVER
STATING THAT YOU WERE
OFFERED TESTING, BUT
DECLINED.
Consultations are educational presentations designed
to help enlighten you on the process of permanent
makeup! We will explain what it can accomplish, and
warn you on what NOT to expect from it.  You'll learn
the importance of caring for your body prior to the
procedure, how to care for it following! And you will
have the opportunity to get your free allergy skin
testing done.

By educating collectively in small groups, you will
gain a broader perspective as you hear questions that
you may not have considered. You might even make a
new friend!  This is really a fun time for everyone
involved!

The consultation torch has now been passed on to our
new artists, Bonnie Owens and Jessica DeLeon. They
both have a clear understanding of the process and
will be there to relay that information to you in order
to secure a more successful procedure. At the end of
the consultation, you may schedule an appointment
with either of them, or you can still set an
appointment with Connie if you are able to wait.
ARE CONSULTATIONS AND
TESTING MANDATORY?
CONSULTATIONS:  Basically, this
website covers almost every aspect of
what to expect and how to plan for a
procedure. There is a lot to digest,
which is why I have elected to fill my
site up with so much information.
Consultations in person though, will
help you gauge the personality of our
company and find our if we are a right
fit FOR YOU!  
But, if you are confident
enough in our abilities, have read the
material in this website, can agree to
(and will proactively follow) the pre
and post care protocols, and if you
feel that you have a crystal clear
understanding of the process, then
consultations are not mandatory.

TESTING:
 Most people will not be
allergic to pigment. But we feel that if
we test, we could help ONE person
avoid an ordeal, then we have done a
huge service. So anyone with skin
sensitivities, ARE encouraged to
schedule a test. You should also know
that a negative reaction now, does not
mean you won't develop a reaction to
pigment at a later point in time. But this
too, is also extremely rare
“Slow and steady wins the
race“!
And this race begins with a VERY
CONSERVATIVE approach.

Because of the many variables,
skin types and personal habits that
can have an affect the outcome of
Microblading and Permanent
Makeup, you should view this as a
process, not a one-time procedure!

So the MAIN goal of SESSION #1
will be to lay down a nice
foundation of LIGHT  color and work
on getting the perfect SHAPE for
YOUR FACE!

This shape may heal in beautifully,
with little need for improvement - or
- it could heal in much to light, with
very little color retention! Please
understand, that this approach
protects the clients who will
ultimately hold a lot of color!  

PLEASE BE ADVISED that certain
people are more resistant to
holding color well, than others. If
you fall into one of the following
categories, you may not experience
the same results as someone else.

  • NATURAL REDHEADS
  • PEOPLE WITH OILY SKIN
  • AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS
  • MEDICAL CONDITIONS
.
WHY:
Many plastic surgeons will recommend
promote faster healing with  less trauma
to the skin.REMEMBER . . . Faster
healing means better color retention for
you!

HOW:
Take as directed on bottle. These pills
are sublingual and are meant to melt
under the tougue. DO NOT SWALLOW.  
DO NOT TOUCH THESE PILLS WITH YOUR
FINGERS! These bottles are designed to
twist and dispense 1 pellet at a time into the
cap. When 5 have been dispensed, just pop
directly under your tongue.
If you want to know why, you can learn about
it by Googling it...

WHEN TO START TAKING:
Start taking this supplement about 2
weeks prior to a procedure, and
continue Arnica Montana will help
prepare the skin for a better procedure.  
I have noticed drastically less trauma
and redness to be present when people
take this advice. If you think this is not
important, you can expect more
inflammation and redness post
procedure.

WHERE TO BUY:
  • AMAZON.COM
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Some Fiesta Stores
  • GNC or any Nutrition Store.