Houston Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
575 East Medical Center Boulevard
Webster, TX 77598
Phone: (281) 282-9555
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Permanent makeup, also called medical tattooing or micropigmentation, provides a lasting way to enhance your appearance. At Houston Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, our exceptional MedSpa staff includes Sherah Juarez, a certified medical micropigmentologist (CMM) and a true master in the art of permanent makeup. She uses state-of-the-art techniques and technology to enhance facial features, and conceal scarring or areas of thinning hair.
What Is Permanent Makeup?
This procedure is a form of tattooing during which pigment is placed beneath the outer epidermis into the dermal layer of the skin. Results are typically softer than with regular tattoos and continue to fade in intensity over time. Many people get touch-up treatments every couple of years.
Meet Our Permanent Makeup Artist
Sherah is a certified medical micropigmentologist who has been a practicing permanent makeup artist since 2001. She is master certified in eyeliner and scalp pigmentation, as well as 3-D techniques for the lips and areolas.Request Your Consultation
In the hands of our talented and highly skilled permanent makeup artist, Sherah, this versatile technique provides a variety of benefits, both subtle and bold. Popular choices include:
- Lips: lip liner, shading, or full lip color
- Lash line: eyeliner on the top, bottom, or both
- Eyebrows: defining, darkening, filling in thinning areas
- Scars and areas of thinning hair: concealing, blending in with surrounding area
How Much Does Permanent Makeup Cost?
Prices for common permanent makeup applications vary by each patient’s individual needs, but in general are as follows:
- Full lip color: $595
- 3-D eyebrows: $495
- Eyeliner: $495
- 3-D areola: prices are based on insurance
- Scar camouflage: $395 and up
- Scalp pigmentation: $495 and up
What to Expect
Before scheduling your appointment, you will have a personal consultation with Sherah so she can determine whether you are a candidate for the procedure, explain how it works, and provide instructions on how to prepare.
The day of your appointment, we recommend arriving with the areas cleansed and free of makeup and lotions. A topical anesthetic is applied to reduce discomfort; however, certain areas such as the lips are more sensitive than others. The initial treatment takes about an hour. To prevent infection and attain the best results, follow your aftercare instructions carefully.
Initially, expect the color of your tattoo to be quite dark because the pigment is in both the dermis and epidermis. Within approximately a week, the epidermis will be shed and the tattoo will lighten to a soft, natural look.
Dr. Moliver has given me back parts of myself that I never thought I’d be able to have again, not to mention the self-confidence to match. He is extremely charming and has a great sense of humor. I’ve always loved the staff here as well. I’d give ten stars if I could. There is no other surgeon I’d see.”Dr. Moliver Request Your Consultation