The Whitney Center For Permanent Cosmetics
April 2011

Experience is the Difference

Paramedical Tattooing Provides Relief for Alopecia Sufferers

Thinking about permanent makeup? Here are a few comments from referring physicians.

"Melany's sophisticated aesthetic in permanent cosmetic enhancement provides an extraordinary and personalized resource at my practice."
Steven A Victor M.D.

"I have full confidence that when Melany completes her applications, the clients will get the results they desire."
S. Scherl M.D.

"Melany's paramedical expertise provides final touches in reconstruction & surgical procedures. Her artistry provides a unique distinction within her field."
V. GiampapaM.D.

Experience is the Difference

Melany Whitney the "Voice of Permanent Cosmetics".

Dear Friend,

When it comes to implanting pigment permanently in your skin, should the price of the service be a driving consideration? Why not consider client results and professional reputation within the medical community when you determine who your technician will be.

At the Whitney Center, we feel that our expertise, recognition and leadership within the industry plus a constant flow of referrals by prominent reconstructive surgeons, plastic surgeons, and dermatologists from major cities coast to coast, set us far apart from other providers.

When it comes to your needs do you deserve any less?

Kindest Regards,


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Paramedical Tattooing Provides Relief for Alopecia Sufferers

IAlopecia affects many people young and old.t's surprising what a difference in our appearance our eyebrows make. That arch of hair over each eye frames and defines our face. Perhaps our most expressive facial feature, we use our eyebrows to express delight, anger, surprise and thoughtfulness. Our eyebrows make us look human. Without eyebrows we look vaguely robotic and incomplete. 

Believed to be an autoimmune disorder, Alopecia Areata Universalis causes rapid loss of all facial and body hair. It can strike at any age, including early childhood, leaving alopecia sufferers feeling self-conscious and extremely uncomfortable about their appearance. Some sufferers of the disorder say the stares and rude comments of strangers can make them feel freakish about their appearance and reluctant to participate in social activities.

Many alopecia sufferers have found relief from their condition in paramedical tattooing. Using precision paramedical tattoo techniques, expert permanent makeup artists like Melany Whitney are able to create natural-looking permanent eyebrows where none existed. To help alopecia sufferers reclaim their natural beauty, Melany combines expert technical skill with her talent as a professional artist. Through her understanding of facial morphology, she places the client's new eyebrows with an artistic sense of who the client is, taking into consideration the brow bone, and how to bring balance to their face.

To find out more about paramedical tattoo solutions to Alopecia Areata Universalis and view before and after photos of actual patients.



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