What is permanent makeup?
Permanent makeup is performed using a very high precision electric pen. The needle used is sterile and disposable. The pigments are introduced under the superficial part of the skin.
Is it painful?
Permanent makeup is nearly painless since the area is locally anesthetized.
Care and maintenance plan: We are talking about non-permanent pigments, because although it is called permanent makeup, the technique is in fact semi-permanent. Depending on the area treated and maintenance, makeup will need to be retouched after a few years.
Dr. Julie Desormeaux is an emergency doctor at the hospital in addition to working at Paramedika. She consults with clients and handles injections. Her mantra is to improve the quality of life and the self-esteem of our customers by personalized care.
Marie-Ève is our nurse responsible for injections and various other treatments. As an artist through and through, she is driven by her passion to help our customers feel confident.