Permanent makeup is safe, convenient, and available to women of all ages and lifestyles!
Permanent makeup is a safe, simple, non-surgical procedure that allows natural pigments to be placed just below your skin. With the aid of local anesthesia, the process causes little-to-no discomfort and no downtime.
Perhaps you have never considered permanent cosmetics. Consider the following list of women who have benefited from a permanent makeup application by Trinkette:
- Women with allergies to cosmetics
- Masectomy patients who desire areola reconstruction
- Burn victims and others who need scar camouflage
- Active women who enjoy boating, swimming & other activities that cause makeup to wear off
- Contact lens wearers, or others with vision impairments
- Women with physical limitations that make it difficult to apply makeup
If you are considering permanent makeup, a good first step is to call Trinkette at 850-912-8650 and schedule a free consultation. You can ask any questions you have, view Trinkette’s extensive portfolio to get an idea of what kind of results you can expect, and decide what would work best for you. Consultations are always free, and there’s no pressure!
Permanent makeup is just that – permanent. There are a few things you must do when selecting a technician.
As with a plastic surgeon, you should ask for the technician’s background. How long have they been performing micropigmentation? How many procedures have they performed? Be sure to ask for their training certificates, and inquire about any continuing education they have received. As with cosmetic surgery, this field is continually changing. New techniques are discovered, and a technician should always be aware of the latest advancements.
One thing to know is that in the field of permanent cosmetics, there is no industry standard (although there should be). Unfortunately, this means anyone can learn from a video course, practice on friends, and start working! It is imperative that you review the technician’s former work and education, and hear from their patients.
Remember, always choose a technician that has been in the dermagraphics industry for many years. Trinkette Parker has been active in permanent cosmetics for over 15 years, and has completed over 6,500 procedures! For a free consultation, give us a call at 850-912-8650.
Breast cancer is a traumatic experience, and for many women, port scars are a lingering and unwanted reminder of a painful battle.
Fortunately, Trinkette specializing in both areola re-pigmentation & restoration for breast cancer survivors and port scar camouflage. With permanent makeup, Trinkette is able to effective hide the port scar, by regimenting the scar tissue to match your natural skin tone.
Call us today at 850-912-8650 to schedule a free, private consultation with Trinkette! We’d be happy to answer any questions in-person or over the phone.
The brow line frames your face and the right eyebrows can remove years from your appearance. We can thicken thin eyebrows, change their shape, correct over-tweezed brows, and create beautiful brows where none exist due to aging, chemotherapy or Alopecia (hair loss).
With permanent makeup and with Trinkette Parker’s expertise, you can have the perfect eyebrows you’ve always wanted. Find out more… Call (850) 912-8650 for your free consultation!
Look at these amazing before and after pictures of permanent eyebrows, eyeliner & lips!! Call 850-912-8650 today to schedule your free consultation! Be sure to check out our photo gallery for more pictures of Trinkette’s work, and read more about permanent eyebrows, permanent eyeliner and permanent lips.
Get your copy of Coastal Lifestyle Magazine today! Not only is it a great magazine but there are 2 great articles that has Trinkette featured in it. We are excited for her!
Trinkette is getting ready to head to Dallas, Texas for 3 days of exstensive training in new & advanced techniques in permanent make up, including; Aerola Art, Paramedical Scar Camouflage, Hairline Stroke Eyebrows, Eye Accents, Full Lip Procedures, Correctional Procedures, State of the Art Medical Equipment and Sterilization Procedures to insure clients safety.
When choosing your Permanent Make-Up Technician, make sure she is keeping up with this rapidly growing Cosmetic Industry!!
We’ve just posted some new photos of Trinkette working in her new location on Scenic Hwy! Trinkette has over 25 years of experience, with over 6500 procedures performed! Learn more about what sets Trinkette apart…
Permanent Makeup Clinic is excited about our new location at 901 Scenic Hwy, Pensacola, Florida 32503! Come visit us! We also have a new phone number – (850) 912-8650
Trinkette Parker was recently interviewed by the Pensacola News Journal concerning the new standards recently adopted by Florida for tattoo and permanent makeup artists.
Pensacola cosmetologist and micropigmentation specialist Trinkette Parker also welcomes the new law.
“Permanent makeup should not be applied in a nail salon,” she said.
Parker said her walls are papered with continuing education certifications, and she follows strict bio-hazard procedures at her clinic on Fontaine Street, even though Florida law has not required it in the past. She takes at least 180 hours of continuing education courses per year.
“Before this law, I would have more fear of regulation as a cosmetologist in a hair salon than I do tattooing around your eye,” she said.
Parker often restores lip color for children after they’ve had clef palette surgery. She also restores color to scar tissue, and breast tissue for women after surgery for cancer.
Three-day crash courses are beyond insufficient and can cause a client permanent disfigurement or infection, she said.
“Unfortunately, we don’t have permanent makeup police, and some artists don’t care,” she said.
Source: Pensacola News Journal, www.pnj.com
The new law recently passed the Florida legislature, and went into effect on January 1st, 2012. The law stipulates that all permanent makeup artists must be licensed by the Department of Health, and be subjected to inspections and stringent health code requirements. For more information about the new regulations, please contact us.