Services & Procedures

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The Intradermal Pigmentation procedure for eyebrows can mimic the appearance of hair in the brow line. Anyone who desires more fullness of the brows will love the procedure (and the time saved not applying makeup). Those who use to apply pencil can go swimming, play tennis, or wipe their forehead without the embarrassment of losing their eyebrows. Those suffering from alopecia (hair loss) are pleasantly surprised at how natural it looks.


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Lip Liner/Color

The intradermal pigmentation procedure for lip color is beautiful. It can appear to change the size and shape of the lips as well as the color. This procedure helps prevent lipstick from bleeding into the surrounding skin. Many people request a soft pink, similar to the lip color of an infant, for a natural look. Others may desire a dramatic effect.

Eyeliner & Designer Eyeliner eyelinrsave

A subtle, natural look, mimicking thousands of tiny eyelashes with the implantation of pigments in the lash line is popular with both male and female clients. Additional shadowing of color can be added for a soft natural liner or a bolder, definite line. Ophthalmologists recommend intradermal cosmetic procedures for those who are allergic to conventional makeup and for those wearing contact lenses.

Scar-1Scar Camouflage

Scars and skin imperfections from surgeries or other injuries can easily be camouflaged using paramedical cosmetic tattooing. Micro-Pigmentation’s ability to break up scar tissue and color it to match your natural skin tone can provide great results that will build  your confidence in your appearance,

Scar Camouflage is also a great way to cover Vitiligo. Which is a dermatological condition characterized patches of skin discoloration and pigment destruction. This may vary from one or two white spots on the skin to large areas of depigmentation. For some people, although not for everyone, the depigmentation is progressive. Permanent Makeup can help cover up and fill-in these light patches of skin by color-matching your skin tone and evening out the color with scar camouflage.

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Unfortunately there is such a thing as bad permanent makeup. Have you received a permanent cosmetic procedure you aren’t quite happy with? I have helped many of my clients who have had a bad experience with permanent cosmetics achieve a soft natural look while correcting there previous procedure. Contact me today for a consultation.

Mucosal Coloringmucosal

Mucosal coloring is the art of adding color to the inner mucosal tissue just below the eye, a procedure that complements your eye’s natural sparkle. The coloring of the mucosal tissue adds depth and vibrancy.

Alopecia/Hairline

Alopecia is the state of lacking hair where it usually would grow, especially on the head. Alopecia, known as a receding hairline, affects 50% of males and many times is worsened due to stress and lack of sleep. It is also a common side-effect of face lifts. As far as permanent makeup is concerned with alopecia, I can help straighten and fill in thinning hair regions along the hairline, sideburns, eyebrows, in small balding spots, etc.

Areola Reconstruction

The areola and nipple area of the breast can become discolored over time or following surgery, such as a mastectomy or breast augmentation. Areola reconstruction brings back the natural look for the areola/nipple area.

Address: 4135 S. Power Rd. STE 101, Mesa, AZ 85212
Permanent Makeup by Paige is located inside the office of Arizona Dental Heights

Call to schedule 480.353.0090

Business Hours:
Monday – Wednesday, 8am-5pm
Thursday, 9am-7pm
Friday – By Appointment

Common FAQs

What’s the difference between the traditional tattooing process and permanent makeup?
Where both procedures involve tattooing the skin, in traditional tattooing, pigment is added to the third layer of the skin, where in permanent makeup pigment is added to the second layer of the skin, called the Dermis, creating a final result of a soft blend of color to the tattooed area.

Is this procedure painful?
I use a very high grade Topical anesthetic. Almost all my clients have little to no discomfort.

Do I have a choice of colors?
Definitely! There’s a wide spectrum of colors you may choose from.

Do I have a choice in the placement of pigments?
Of course. During your consultation, design and pigment placement will be determined. We will draw everything on first to make sure you like and approve of the shape and color before we even begin.

What is involved in recovery?
There will be slight swelling and redness in the skin, which will subside quickly. You may resume normal activities immediately after the procedure. Complete healing takes one to six weeks while the pigmentation matures and reaches its final color.

Why Permanent Makeup?

We all no that living in the hot Arizona desert is a constant battle of trying to keep your makeup looking fresh through out the day without the constant smudging.  With permanent makeup you can wake up ready to go and looking beautiful with little to no work at all. Permanent makeup is a convenient time saver with your everyday lifestyle. Its the perfect solution for anybody who has vision problem, tremors, shaky hands, seasonal allergies and or allergies to topical makeup. The list goes on and permanent makeup is the perfect solution for that.

Is it safe?

Yes! Tattooing has been done for hundreds of years and is very safe if sanitary precautions are followed properly.  I employ proper sterilization and follow strict sanitary guidelines. My room is completely sterilized and wiped down with medical grade antiseptic before and after each client.New gloves are used for every client.  NO needles are ever reused.  EVER!!

How long will it last?

Depending on what procedure you are getting done typically permanent makeup will last anywhere between 2-7 yrs.  However Permanent makeup will soften with time. The rate of the fading is determined by your skin (oily or dry) exfoliating agents , the sun, the original depth of the implant, type of pigment, etc. This is why I recommend that you get it touched up every 2+ yrs (also known as “color refresh” or “retouch”).