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Recommendation for permenant make-up artist in NYC/NJ area

Discussion in 'Hats, Wraps, Cosmetic Options for Alopecians' started by chrispea, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. chrispea

    chrispea Guest

    Natural Look Permanent Makeup - Mary Ann Velardi

    She is fantastic. I am very happy with my eyebrows. They were done in mid April and look so real. She uses the technique that makes them look like individual hairs and no one can tell they are not my real brows! It isn't inexpensive, but it is so worth it because they do look THAT real. Also the cost includes a touch-up visit after 6-8 weeks to make sure things are looking just right.

    Mary Ann is definitely an artist and approaches the process as such. Plus she is extremely compassionate and professional in how she deals with people. For me those were critical factors - as I am quite sensitive about my loss of hair. I highly recommend her.

    Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.

  2. csweetser87

    csweetser87 Guest

    I would 100% recommend Amy Kernahan!
    Phone: 646.926.0397
    Email: beauty@amykernahan.com

    She did my eyebrows about 2 months ago and I just recently had my touch up. I have gotten so many compliments on my eyebrows, even people who check me out at department stores notice and make comments! My eyebrows look so natural everyone asks me who shapes them and I continuously refer back to Amy and explain they are micropigmented. Amy only use the most natural looking methods for the procedure including FDA approved pigments and the "hair stroke" method for the eyebrow procedure to ensure a natural result. I am so thrilled with my results and would recommend her to everyone! You can see her results on her website: http://amykernahan.com/ Also all of the photos on her website are actually clients of hers, they are not "stock" photos like some websites use.
  3. sam

    sam Guest

    Thank you for this thread....moving to norther NJ before the end of this year. This will be helpful.

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