Is It Time for Your Refresh?
Celebrate with us! The Whitney Center is celebrating 15 years of providing permanent beauty in New York City, New Jersey, and South Florida.
We encourage you to consider a "refresh of color" to keep your permanent makeup investment the best it can look. To celebrate our 15th year anniversary, we've created a special promotion to encourage you to add a new procedure.
Existing clients who schedule a new procedure - if you did eyebrows, now consider eyeliner, or lip color, we are offering a 10% discount off your new procedure.
Book your appointment before July 1st to take advantage of this special limited time promotion.
Thinking ahead for Valentine's Day or Mother's Day? Consider a gift certificate from the Whitney Center - give the "Gift of Confidence."
With much appreciation for making the Whitney Center a national and internationally recognized name.
Melany Whitney, Joan Freedman, and Mandy Sauler
Don't risk your health or skin, you should only keep makeup around for a little while to assure that it is germ-free and any active ingredients still work.
Banish your old beauty products following this schedule:
• Acne Accoutrements
Salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide take a turn for the worst after 4-6 months.
• Brushes and Sponges
Toss sponges after two uses, and clean or replace makeup brushes regularly.
• Foundation and Concealer
Water-based items only last 6-12 months once opened. Powders and sticks can go about 2 years. Avoid irritations and breakouts by marking items with the date opened.
• Mascara and Liquid Eyeliners
Indulge your OCD with this one, replacing these products every 2-3 months. Mascara harbors numerous germs that cause redness, irritation, conjunctivitis and sties. Liquid eyeliners aren't much better don't risk your vision with old product.
• Masks and Peels
Toss 'em after three months, after which buffering agents poop-out, making active ingredients such as glycol and fruit acids more irritating to your skin.
Don't hang on to a tube of sunscreen past the end of the season – or you could end up fried. Write the date on new bottles and be sure to toss them after a year.
Tired of keeping up with all those compacts and tubes? Simplify your makeup routine with the help of our expert permanent makeup technicians at The Whitney Center for Permanent Cosmetics.