Permanent Makeup

Services Face Treatments

Permanent makeup is the easiest and most effective way to be permanently beautiful and confident in your makeup. The procedure has a noticeable result right after the first visit, even in complicated clinical cases (alopecia, allergies to cosmetic products, or oncology).

At Solea Brickell Spa, we do all types of permanent makeup and color correction for eyebrows, eyes, and lips.

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      Our artist has five years of experience and regularly improves her skills, participating in championships and world beauty contests.


      We use REACH-certified Swiss Color® pigments and hypoallergenic compounds which preserve lasting color.


      We consider every indication and contraindication, providing our services under sterile conditions and holding consultations before/after procedures.

      What is permanent makeup?

      Permanent makeup is a cosmetic procedure in which the artist puts a special dye (a so-called “pigment”) into the upper layer of the skin, using different techniques. In our salon, for example:

      • We add volume to eyebrows with a beautiful gradient. We use trendy techniques: Powder Brows, Henna Style, PhiBrows.
      • We emphasize the beauty of your own eyes. An inter-lash wing will decorate any eyes, regardless of the structure or age, while a classic wing will be a special highlight (contraindications apply).
      • We mask scars and bald spots, darken the spot after a hair transplant, and create a visually thick hairstyle using tricopigmentation.


      • The main thing is that permanent makeup emphasizes advantages and hides disadvantages on the face.
      • It allows the removal of excess hairs on the eyebrow contour.
      • It saves you time and money on visits to a brow bar.
      • You don’t have to buy lipsticks, pencils, or eyebrow shadows.


      • Visual correction of eye shape (wing and eyelids).
      • Improvement of the eyebrow shape and symmetry.
      • Highlighting the lip contour, color, and volume.
      • Correction of skin defects (scars, stretch marks, burns, vitiligo).

      Permanent makeup will help when traditional cosmetic products are powerless

      For example, it will be of use in case of allergies or skin hypersensitivity to cosmetic products. Permanent makeup is the choice for active people or athletes and those who don’t want to worry about reapplying makeup during the day. The procedure is recommended when it is difficult to apply makeup on your own (vision problems or other limitations).


      There is a small sample of situations in which a permanent makeup is not recommended at all (contraindicative):

      • Cancer diseases (not in remission).
      • Pathological formations on the skin near permanent makeup area (psoriasis, tumors, keloid scars).
      • Large moles or birthmarks around the permanent makeup area.
      • Blood clotting problems.
      • Diabetes mellitus (uncompensated form).
      • Inflammations (infection, viruses, fever, conjunctivitis).

      In other cases, the procedure can be performed after consultation with a specialist. The artist will ask you to fill out a health questionnaire and discuss whether it is possible to apply permanent makeup. If there are relative contraindications, she will reschedule the appointment for another day.

      Permanent makeup types

      Permanent eyebrow makeup

      The artist introduces the pigment into the skin with a thin needle using a special machine or by hand. She creates the effect of makeup with shadows or pencil and mimics the natural eyebrow hair to give it thick volume and authenticity.


      1. Hair stroke Phi brows.
      2. Powder spraying and shading.

      Permanent lip makeup

      This procedure gives your lips a new, even color, a corrected shape, and a beautiful, clear contour. The lips look more expressive and seductive in the result. The procedure enhances the beauty of your lips: hiding scars or microcracks, evening out the contour and color, correcting the lowered corners of the mouth.

      Watercolor or lipstick techniques are used.

      Permanent eye makeup

      The artist does a thin eyeliner on the upper eyelid and fills the inter-lash space with pigment. It helps to achieve the effect of thick and fluffy lashes.


      1. Inter-lash tattoo.
      2. Classic wing.
      3. Shading.

      Permanent makeup stages

      1. Consultation

      The artist will answer your questions, check your contraindications, and ask you to fill out a questionnaire. She will discuss your color preferences (we recommend bringing a pencil, an eye shadow, or a lipstick in the color of your choice).

      2. Preparing

      Before starting the procedure, the artist will create a sketch. She will agree with you on the color and shape of the desired permanent makeup. She will choose the right pigment for the job. If necessary, the artist will suggest anesthetic gels or ointments if you are not allergic to anesthetics (lidocaine, prepcaine, etc.).

      3. Procedure

      The procedure consists of two important steps and is considered complete after the initial permanent makeup + touch up.

      • The initial procedure lasts 1.5–3 hours (depending on the technique). Immediately after the procedure, your eyebrows, lips, or eyes will look a little brighter. After healing, the color will be 20–40% less bright
      • Touch up is done once, after the first procedure (not earlier than 1 month, but not later than 3 months). At this stage, the makeup can be made more effective — brighter, adjusting the shape and lengthening or widening the wing.

      After the procedure, the artist will give you recommendations for care.

      4. Refresh (after 1–1.5 years)

      Renewing your makeup is a separate service. The color blurs over time: it needs to be refreshed, while the contours and shapes of the pattern need to be corrected.

      Our permanent makeup artist

      Iryna Syrovatska (A top makeup artist at Solea Brickell Spa)

      • She has five years of experience in permanent makeup
      • She is an artist of the international level, winner of the World and European Championships for Eyebrow Shaping & Tinting
      • She constantly improves her skills and takes advanced training courses.

      “You are safe in my hands! I’m ready to help and answer any questions about permanent makeup.”

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          How much does the procedure cost?

          Powder Eyebrows
          from $399
          Powder Lips
          from $350
          Powder Eyeliner
          from $200
          Long Lasting Eyebrow Styling
          Eyebrow Threading and Tinting
          Eyelash Lifting
          from $150

          Before and after

          Permanent brow makeup: PhiBrows (for a customer with alopecia)

          Shaded wings

          Inter-lash wing and classic wing

          Permanent lip makeup


          Is permanent makeup painful?

          No, it is not. It is sensitive, but definitely not painful. Anesthetics are used during the procedure. If you are not allergic to anesthetics, the artist will offer anesthesia in the form of gel or ointment.

          The pigment is applied superficially — the needle penetrates the upper layers of the skin, barely touching it.

          How long does permanent makeup last?

          The permanent makeup lasts 1 to 3 years (depending on the chosen technique and pigment).

          The pigment gets lighter over time. But the rate of color change in the skin depends on the following:

          1. Skin type — oily skin with an abundance of pores causes the color to fade faster, dry skin is more resistant to pigment.
          2. Pigment base (mineral or organic).
          3. Immunity — the body eliminates the pigment over time.
          4. Exposure to ultraviolet light — it is better to apply a cream with SPF on the makeup area.

          Don’t skip Touch up + Refresh to maintain color and shape.

          Is it safe?

          Mainly disposable tools are used in the procedure (needles, swabs, cotton disks, tissues, sheets, etc.).

          All other tools — a hand piece, tweezers, or apparatus — are fully disinfected and sterilized (stored strictly in a UV cabinet). When the procedure is done, the artist cleans the workplace and tools with a disinfectant solution. She conducts thermal and antiseptic treatment of the tools. The artist works in a mask and uses gloves when working with clients.