Lash Extensions vs. Latisse, Part 2

Lash Extensions are prettier, more affordable, and even safer than results obtained by prescription lash growth serums like Latisse. Latisse, not only causes numerous, undesirable, adverse side effects- but the results are weak, unpredictable and homely when compared to those of properly applied, professional grade eyelash extensions. Just look at before and after pictures of […]

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Spend vs. Save/Growth Serums vs. Lash Extensions

Spend vs. Save / Lash Serum vs. Lash Extensions via Lashes—we all have them, we all love them and most of us want more of them. Well, with the Christmas party season coming up, we know you want to glam it up and what better way than a full set of long lashes. Well, […]

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Safety Above Standard

Here is an article from the SPCP Buzz Newsletter, written by CPCP Liza Sims. I have my own Infection Control Protocol on file with the local board of health which is similar to this but in much more detail. Safety Above Standard, by Liza Sims, CPCP: As I peruse websites offering training, pictures of technicians […]

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Numbing: Topical Anesthetics

Numbing: Although I keep a stock of topical lidocaine cream in the office refrigerator, I always suggest to eligible clients who have a regular doctor and pharm., to call their physician’s office secretary and request that they call in an Rx for EMLA Cream, or the generic version- NOT the ointment, which is greasy and […]

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Making the Decision: Permanent Cosmetics

Making the Decision: Permanent Cosmetics Most people who are seeking permanent cosmetic tattooed makeup, such as eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner and full lip color, are usually women who have been contemplating such a procedure for quite some time. These ladies have been drawing or painting on their makeup in a specific way for years, and […]

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Society of Permanent Cosmetics Professionals

Society of Permanent Cosmetics Professionals This video describes the tenets set forth by the SPCP for the permanent cosmetics industry and its members.

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Eyelash Extension Video

This video shows the application process for a full set of upper and lower eyelash extensions. Typically, a technician switches between the two eyes, but for the sake of the video, and dramatic ‘before and after’ effects, this model’s eyes were done one at a time.

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  • Amy D. – Chico, CA
    I still don’t know how you were able to get such a thin line in my lashes. I am loving my eyeliner.

  • Natalie C. – Paradise, CA
    It’s true that if you have ever had a cold sore or fever blister – even if you were only 5 years old the last time you had one – you better get your Zovirex or Valtrex Rx from a doc before getting your lips done. I learned my lesson after the first procedure and lost some pigment, but at Everlasting Beauty, I was able to the missing areas filled in, and now my lips are flush with healthy, rosy color, and it looks like it is just part of my own skin.

  • Julie S. – Chico, CA
    Years before I came to Everlasting Beauty, I had my brows done, and whatever the lady used to numb it didn’t work. It was like torture, and I almost couldn’t finish the procedure. But at my free consultation, the CPCP at Everlasting Beauty suggested I have my doctor’s office call in a prescription for generic EMLA cream at the pharmacy before I got my brows’ color retouched, and I barely felt a thing. The difference was night and day.

  • Beth Anne T. – Magalia, CA
    I found Everlasting Beauty permanent makeup clinic years ago for a color correction for brows that had faded after seven years, and I couldn’t find the original lady who did them. I chose her because her credentials and continuing education in her field set her apart from everyone else in the area who is doing permanent cosmetics. I recommend her to anyone, near or far.

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