NEWS FLASH!  Dirty needles aren't the
only way to spread cross contamination!
PLEASE REFRESH YOUR BROWSER WHEN YOU REVISIT THIS SITE...

  • My work area is kept as clean and orderly as possible.

  • The entire work space including my chairs, trays, all equipment, pigment
    topical and anesthetic bottles with disinfectant wipes that are designed
    to kill bacteria, tuberculosis, HIV & Hepatitis. Floors are mopped daily.

  • I don't make my clients ASK...  I always show that I am about to install a
    brand new, sterile needle, fresh from the sealed packaging BEFORE
    starting their procedure.  

  • Supplies that come in contact with your skin are also strictly disposable
    in nature.

  • Gloves are used throughout the procedure. Fresh ones are used if we
    have to stop during a procedure.   

  • I methodically tape off any surface that I might need to touch during a
    session. This includes buttons on the chair, drawer handles, phone,
    switches, lights and dials, to prevent cross-contamination

  • My machine is also wrapped to prevent cross contamination.

  • At the end of the procedure, I re-wipe all surfaces with the same cold
    sterilization wipes or fluids.
2500 West Loop South, #360   
Houston, TX 77027
TEXT US at: 713.443.8999
NOTE:  American Red Cross guidelines state that you cannot donate blood for one year after receiving any tattoo work.
TEXT MESSAGES ARE NORMALLY
REPLIED TO BY THE END OF THE DAY.
PLEASE ALLOW 72 HOURS FOR
VOICE MESSAGES TO BE RETURNED.

LOCATION & HOURS
START TAKING ARNICA MONTANA 1-2 weeks prior to your appointment!
It promotes faster healing and less bruising and swelling! Available at any Nutrition Store.
To view and book an appointment, Please log on to Permetika.com  
NOTE: There is more lot to know about Permanent Makeup, than can be
shared in a quick  conversation. If you really want to understand the
process, we recommend that you read all of the following pages:
PLAN AHEAD, AFTER CARE & HEALING

If you still have questions, please use the search bar on the
FAQ page on the NEW website.