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"SUPERIOR ARTISTRY IS NOT EXPENSIVE...IT'S PRICELESS."

Scheduling And Pricing For Permanent Makeup Procedures

To schedule an appointment for a permanent makeup procedure in New York City or New Jersey, please call Joan Freedman, Clinical Director for the New York City , New York, and New Jersey offices at 551-804-9245.

To schedule an appointment for a permanent makeup procedure in Florida please call Melany Whitney, Permanent Cosmetics Professional, at 561-417-6400.

Once the date for a permanent makeup procedure is agreed upon, we ask that you read the client agreement found below.

Please download the Procedure Fee and Client Agreement for your selected location, sign, and return back to The Whitney Center For Permanent Cosmetics® via fax at 561-756-9993. You can also mail the signed agreement to the address listed below.

Mailing Address for NYC & NJ

The Whitney Center For Permanent Cosmetics®
Attn: Joan Freedman Clinical Director
101 Plaza Real South
Penthouse 924
Boca Raton, Florida 33232

Mailing Address for South Florida

The Whitney Center For Permanent Cosmetics®
Attn: Melany Whitney
4545 North Ocean Blvd, Suite 10B
Boca Raton, FL 33431

Vew our brochure about permanent makeup services. New York City & New Jersey Procedure Fees & Agreement

Vew our brochure about permanent makeup services.NYC and NJ Refresh Fees

For pricing for our Florida Medical Offices, please call 561-417-6400.

Prices subject to change.

Please note: appointments will need to be secured with a deposit and a signed agreement.

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How Much Does Permanent Makeup Cost?

A lovely young client with permanent eyebrows and a soft natural look."This is one of the most often asked questions when people first consider permanent makeup. The bigger issue is do you really want the cheapest person you can find? In this industry, higher cost often equals higher quality.

"Permanent makeup is just that, permanent. If you go shopping for clothes, shoes, furniture, and other consumable goods, it is often wise to shop price. If you don't like the item you purchased, you have not made a life long mistake and you can simply discard it. A discriminating buyer will often estimate how long an item should be appropriate in their life and base their price shopping accordingly. You do not have this same luxury with a procedure that is permanent such as plastic surgery, a tattoo, or permanent cosmetics. Having those services done will alter you for life.

"There is some really bad permanent makeup work walking around where the individual decided to "price shop" and lived to regret it. A permanent makeup technician who is using proper sterilization, good equipment, and has a professional facility will not want to be the lowest priced person on the block. They will invest their funds for sterile and sanitary business procedures, for proper insurance and for professional forms, and surroundings. A low cost person will not have all of these or they would not be able to "give away" their services.

"Interview the technician being considered. Look at their portfolio. Are they using a professional camera? Is the facility clean and neat? Do they show you singly packaged equipment with sterile markings on the bags? Do they have certificates of continuing education? All of these items are necessary for success in permanent makeup and they all cost money, a lot of money.

Closeup of new permanent eyebrows showing Melany Whitney's special hair stroke simulation technique."Be sure that your technician informs you that permanent makeup procedures are a process, and you will need a second (and sometimes a third) layer of color implanted. Your total procedure cost should also include a topical anesthetic to minimize pain and discomfort during the procedure.

"The reality is you should be paying hundreds of dollars (appropriate range based on locale of $500 - $1500) for any single procedure. If the technician is not charging a goodly amount they most likely are not doing what they should be to keep up with this rapidly changing industry. In that case, be wary!

"In the permanent makeup industry, you get what you pay for!"

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Treat Yourself. Don't You Deserve the Very Best in Permanent Makeup?
Joan Freedman, Clinical Director
Offices in NYC, NY, & NJ (551) 804-9245
Melany Whitney, CPCP, FAAM
Offices in South Florida (561) 417-6400
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