What exactly is

Permanent Makeup?

Stop struggling with the extra time and effort required to apply and re-apply your makeup each day… Plus, get that look you really desire, performed by a trained professional. Traditional permanent makeup (also known as PMU, or permanent cosmetics), is done by a machine, and is completely safe. It is most often applied to the eyebrows, eyeliner and lips.  See some of our photos and contact us for pricing today!

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Sanela is a Licensed Micropigmentation Practitioner. She has completed her certification in Microblading, Permanent Makeup and OSHA bloodborne pathogens training for body artists, board-certified with AAM and master trainer for the Beauty Angel Academy. On top of these accreditations she is an insured licensed aesthetician and an insured Microblading artist in the state of Maine.

With her combined medical and beauty background, Sanela makes a great Microblading and Permanent Makeup artist that is experienced and professional. Her eye for detail and commitment to her client’s happiness with their results sets Sanela apart from other artists. Every time you work with Sanela she will make sure you are satisfied and happy with your brows, eyeliner, and lips.


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Microblading is a permanent makeup technique that enhances the shape, color, and depth of your eyebrows. We use sterile tools to make hair-like strokes in your brows and insert the desired pigment color into them. Microblading is more precise compared to traditional machine-applied permanent makeup. We can tattoo fine lines instead of just adding color. Our artists use tried and tested techniques along with sophisticated tools to get the desired results.

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Ombre Powder Brows

If you want soft but bold brows, the powdered ombre technique is the best choice. Instead of creating fine strokes of hair, we will place small dots of pigment into your eyebrows, which will give you a more intense look. Ombre brows are often lighter in the middle and darker towards the tip, creating a very natural look. This treatment is suitable for people with previous permanent makeup work, oily skin, or large pores.

Combo Brows

Combo Brows is a technique that provides both microblading and shading for a more natural and fuller look. The shading gives the appearance of make-up through the microbladed hair strokes. Combo Brows are perfect for clients with more sparse eyebrow hair and more oily skin.

Permanent Eyeliner

Eyeliner is a Permanent Cosmetic makeup also called Tattooed Eyeliner. Micro-droplets of colored pigments are inserted between your lashes and under the skin with a manual tool. This process may be done over several passes, or it may even be done over several appointments to monitor the color absorption. A numbing cream will be applied to reduce discomfort. The tattoo eyeliner color and shape is customized to your preference. The suggestion is to keep permanent eyeliner as simple and natural as possible.

Lip Blush

Lip blush is a semi-permanent makeup treatment that enhances the natural color of the lips. Lip blushing technique gives a soft lip tint effect, rather than a full-on, opaque lipstick look. The most prominent difference between lip blushing and the traditional lip tattoo, is the fact that there is no distinctive contouring lip blushing. The desired result is a soft tint, a blurred effect that looks luminous and with no sharp contour. 

Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash extensions are synthetic individual lashes that are applied to the client’s natural eyelashes to add length, curl, thickness, and fullness. Natural eyelashes grow in and fall out in cycles, which occur every 60-90 days. On average, a person can lose up to 20% of their natural lashes every two weeks. As your natural lashes shed, the eyelash extension attached to the natural lash, will drop as well. Two to three weeks refill is recommended to maintain the full eyelash look. The client, together with the technician’s advice, have the option to select from the different length, curl, and fullness for the desired look. The initial session for a full set of eyelash extensions takes up to two hours to complete. Two to three weeks fill, and take about one hour to complete.

Brow Shapping with Henna Tint

Henna brows are a form of eyebrow tinting that is used to stain the skin beneath the brow hairs. The purpose of this is to cast a shadow or create an illusion of depth and fullness in the area, visually filling in any sparseness. Henna is natural dye made from a plant known as hina or the henna tree.

Lash Lift & Tint

A lash lift is like a perm (but without chemicals like parabens or formaldehyde), for your natural eyelashes. It uplifts and curls them from the base of the lash, making them stand out and look longer. It’s paired with an eyelash tint, to enhance the defining effect. When finished, your eyes look larger, your lashes look longer and fuller, and your entire face looks uplifted. A lash lift and tint lasts 6-8 weeks and is super low maintenance!

Frequently Asked Questions

Microblading is a form of permanent tattoo that lasts anywhere between 1-3 years, depending on the individual’s skin type and skincare routines. The microblading artist uses a manual hand tool to add individual hair-like strokes with microblading ink into the skin to create natural-looking eyebrow design.

Does Microblading hurt? It is a common question I, as a microblading artist, get asked. The answer is different for different individuals. Nonetheless, clients were surprised by how little they felt during the microblading process. Most clients found no-to minimal discomfort. During the procedure, a topical numbing cream is used to numb the skin and make sure that clients are as comfortable as possible during the whole process.

After completion of medical history, necessary paperwork, and the initial consultation, the artist will use professional eyebrow measuring tools to pre-draw the eyebrows that best fit the client’s unique facial features, while keeping the symmetry and aesthetics in mind. Only after the client’s approval of the size and shape, the artist will apply topical numbing cream over the brows. While waiting for the numbing to take full effect, the artist and the client will together select the perfect eyebrow color. Since microblading is a two-session process, we always recommend going a little more conservative during the first session. It is always easier to add than subtract. Once the color has been select, and the skin has numbed, the artist will start microblading. The microblading process takes about 20 minutes. Once completed, the new brows are revealed to the client, and the aftercare instructions are discussed.

Depending on client skin type and skincare routine, microblading can last anywhere from 1-3 years. Individuals with oily skin tend to fade faster and might need touch-ups every 6-12 months, while individuals with dryer skin might need touch-ups every 12-18 months. Your eyebrows might not fully fade before your touch-ups, but they will look lighter. Daily use of face exfoliate, and routined professional facial peels can affect the longevity of the micro-bladed eyebrows.

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In the week before your appointment, we recommend avoiding blood thinners, alcohol, aspirin, and using retinol creams. On the day of your appointment, please don’t drink coffee or alcohol. For further and more detailed information, please read the page: “Important info before your appointment .”

Absolutely! Microblading is an excellent option for individuals with no brows or missing brow hairs on some brow areas.

We don’t recommend microblading to pregnant or nursing women. Please wait when you are finished nursing for the safety of your and your child’s health. Microblading is not worth any risk-taking!

Please refer to our page “Is microblading right for me,” for in-depth information on this subject.

The ink will lighten through time. Eventually, it will fade away and leave a slight pink shadow behind that will finally disappear. The fading process can take anywhere from 1-3 years. However, there are no guarantees since our skins are all different and react differently during the fading process. Some might fade sooner and some might fade longer.

Depending on how the previous tattoo or permanent makeup has faded. Best cover-up would be 60% + faded. We will have to utilize a combo or shading technique to cover up the tattoo.

In the first seven days, you’ll need to avoid getting them wet, working out, or wearing brow makeup. It takes nearly 30 days for the microblading to completely heal, in which time you may experience mild scabbing.

For more information on aftercare instruction, please check our page “Pre and Aftercare.”

If you have any questions that did not answer here, please don’t hesitate to message me or text/call: (207) 239-0208