permanent makeup


  • Ombre shading: $500
    Includes 4-8 week touch up (initial appointment $400 + $100 touch up)
  • Combo brow: $550
    Includes 4-8 week touch up ($450 + $100 touch up)
  • Microblading: $600
    Includes 4-8 week touch up ($500 + $100 touch up)
  • Yearly touch up: $350
    Touch ups or color boosts are recommended every 1.5-2 years, and before work is completely faded to avoid being charged full price.

frequently asked questions

frequently asked questions

Microblading is a technique used to make subtle enhancements on a person’s eyebrows – this helps to create fuller, more beautiful brows. A handheld pen consisting of multiple micro-blades is used to make fine, short incisions on the skin to mimic the appearance of natural hair. It looks most natural on clients who already have a semi full brow of hair and are wanting to perfect their shape. The more hair you have, the more natural it will appear. Microblading heals best on young, healthy, and dry/normal skin types. Oily and aging/thin skin is not recommended for microblading. If you are in this category, you would be a better candidate for the combination or ombre brow.

Ombre shading or Powder brows are another form of permanent makeup for eyebrows, a process of infusing pigment into the skin to simulate the appearance of filled in brows or makeup. A handheld machine with a single needle is used to implant pigments into the skin. This technique is beautiful on ALL skin types.

Combination brows are a mixture of both techniques, using microblading at the head of the brow and shading throughout the tail.

Permanent makeup or cosmetic tattooing is designed to fade over time. Factors such as skin type, lifestyle, age, metabolism, medications, and pigment color all affect the longevity of the tattoo. Direct sunlight and tanning beds can affect the rate at which these pigments are broken down as well. To take care of your brows, follow the aftercare instructions and touch-up your brows as needed approximately every 1.5-2 years after initial service. Touch-ups are normal and expected for Permanent Cosmetics.

*Please note that final results vary and CANNOT be guaranteed due to the nature of the skin as it heals.

Topical 5% Lidocaine is used to make you comfortable throughout your procedure. However, pain tolerance varies from client to client. Having the procedure during your menstrual cycle may increase your sensitivity.

Currently, I am only accepting virgin brow clients with no previous work. If you think your previous work has faded enough to be considered a client, please email a picture of your brows for further discussion.

Initial appointments take approximately 3-4 hours, this includes the mapping process, numbing, and procedure. Touch up appointments will vary.

Yes! All permanent cosmetic procedures require a touch up, or “perfection appointment” scheduled 4-8 weeks after initial appointment so we can assess your pigment retention and make any changes necessary.

Permanent makeup is a form of tattooing and there are some medical conditions and medications that prevent clients from getting the service. Occasionally, a doctor’s note can be accepted for special cases.

Permanent cosmetics services cannot be performed if you are:

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Under the age of 18.
  • Taking immunosuppression medication/have been diagnosed with an immune disorder.
  • Have any active infection.
  • Have an upcoming surgery within 4 weeks.
  • Taking blood thinning medication, including aspirin.
  • Noncompliant with aftercare instructions.
  • Diabetic.
  • Have an undiagnosed/untreated heart issue.
  • Have taken antibiotics in the past 30 days.
  • Have tendency to keloid.
  • Have had peels/laser/microneedling within the past four weeks.
  • Have taken Accutane in the past year.
  • Have had laser resurfacing in the past year.
  • Have had Botox injections on the forehead within 3 weeks.
  • At high risk of infection/must take antibiotics during dental work.
  • Most people who have had their brows tattooed previously. Please contact me with a photo of your brows if questions.

Before your appointment, please be sure to avoid blood thinners, alcohol, ibuprofen, and any other pain relievers 24-48 hours before your appointment. Caffeine the day of the procedure may increase discomfort levels and blood flow. Retin A and fish oil must be stopped at least 10 days prior to the service. Feel free to fill in your brows before the appointment so I have a reference, bring reference pictures, along with the pencil or pomade you currently use to fill in your brows with.

Tara Nash Permanent Makeup


Cancellation – Clients must cancel 3 days prior to scheduled appointment to avoid a 100$ cancellation fee.

No show – Clients who no show to their scheduled appointment and fail to notify the business within the cancellation window (3 days prior) will be charged 100% of their scheduled service. Any future bookings will require a 100$ non-refundable deposit.

Late policy – Clients that are 15+ minutes late will be asked to reschedule, resulting in a cancellation fee. Please give yourself plenty of time to find the studio and a parking space, allowing extra time for heavy traffic and/or weather conditions during busy tourist seasons.

Touch ups – Touch up prices are for existing clients only (previous work done by me).

Tara's story

The Painted Rose is inspired by a Queen who took so much pride in her appearance and reputation. She had a traditional upbringing, and her family was known for their natural beauty and poise. Because of this, she was mortified when her garden didn’t grow in as full and vibrant as the rest of her family, so she’d have her roses painted. She was unsure what her peers would think of her if they knew. Until one day, while sharing a cup of tea in the garden with friends, she realized everyone painted their roses.

Here at The Painted Rose, we know everyone blooms differently. Paint your roses, water your garden, and grow into the best version of yourself.

Tara Nash
The Painted Rose Permanent Makeup

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