Why do we love cosmetic tattooing?

Because waking up with your eyeliner, brows & lip color already done and in perfect place every day makes for an easy morning, every morning! Cosmetic Tattooing, also known as semi-permanent makeup, enhances your natural appearance without needing any application of cosmetics.

Cosmetic Tattooing is ideal when you have…

– A busy life and find makeup application & removal a chore
– Poor eyesight or watery eyes
– Unsteady hands
– Want to correct physical flaws like over-tweezed eyebrows, eyebrow scars, pale and unevenly coloured lips, or eyes with little definition
– Traditional makeup isn’t lasting all day
– Allergies or irritation to makeup
– Had cancer treatments & lost your brow hairs

Cosmetic Tattoo Treatments

Lash Enhancement

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Our most natural looking eye tattoo service, a Lash Enhancement is a thin tattooed line applied to the lash line only, makes lashes look thicker without needing lash extensions.

Eye Liner

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Wake up, made up! For this service, a line is tattooed slightly above of the lash line, just like you would apply eyeliner makeup. You may choose to have an eyeliner “wing” or not. Adding bottom eyeliner is also an option!


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The Microshaded Brow – gives a soft powdery makeup look; full shading, soft, natural, brows that looks like they’ve been filled in.
The Blended Brow – Also known as 3D/4D Brows or Hybrid Brows, incorporates both methods of hair strokes and shading to create the most defined look.

Lip Blushing

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Lip Blushing looks exceptionally natural and not only color corrects but enhances the lip line shape and fullness of your lips. 

Post-Tattoo Color Care

We’ll need to touch up your Cosmetic Tattoo 6-8 weeks after your first service, and recommend yearly “refreshes” to keep your color fresh. If you wait longer than 3 years without a refresh, you will go back to original cosmetic tattoo pricing.

Yearly Cosmetic Tattoo Refresh 
1 year – $300
2 year – $400
3+ years – Requires a color refresh at full price

Clear Skin Solutions Is Medical Board Certified in Oklahoma

While Cosmetic Tattooing is considered a medical procedure, regulations vary from state to state with Oklahoma having one of the country’s most advanced licensing requirements to legally offer this service to consumers. We’re committed to the health and safety of our community and possess a certification from the Medical Board of Oklahoma.

Your Cosmetic Tattoo Artist – Amelia

Amelia is an Esthetician and Medical Board Certified Cosmetic Tattoo Artist here in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Amelia completed 300 hours of cosmetic tattoo training by Oklahoma state certified educator Thuy Nguyen as well as additional design & technique instruction from The Browtique in Texas.

Amelia is thrilled to add semi-permanent brow, eye & lip tattooing to her professional repertoire because she loves esthetics and tedious work! As she said of herself…”I have a passion for the beauty industry and an eye for detail, which makes me obsessive about perfection in my work.” 

Cosmetic Tattooing FAQ’s

How long does Cosmetic Tattooing last?

If you’re familiar with decorative body art tattoos, that type of ink is deposited into subcutaneous (fat) tissue of the skin making it permanent but fading over time into blue/green tones that are challenging to cover. 

Cosmetic tattoos, on the other hand, is pigment (semi-permanent ink) implanted into the dermis – the second layer of the skin. Semi permanent ink placed at this depth creates space for color to fade more naturally and be touched up more easily and allows for changes in shape and color. 

We’ll touch up your Cosmetic Tattoo immediately after healing, and recommend yearly “refreshes” to touch up your color. However, if you leave your refresh longer than 1 year, you will be required to pay a higher fee.

Microblading is the semi-permanent application of pigment to the eyebrows using a blade to scrape across the skin in hair–like strokes. Cosmetic Tattooing is the application of semi-permanent pigment to the dermal layer of the skin using a tattoo machine. This causes less trauma to the skin and provides a more refined hair stroke. Cosmetic Tattooing is also ideal of any skin type, whereas Microblading is not recommended for oily skin types because the ink molecules travel due to the larger surface area of the blade compared to a tattoo needle.

No, you’ll need to remove your lash extensions one week before your tattoo appointment to avoid the risk of infection. Please wait 2 weeks after your tattoo to apply your lash extensions.

Because we can’t guarantee other people’s work, if you’re needing a touch up we suggest you book a consultation to determine a fee to touch up another artists work and guide you to next steps for working with us. 

If you’re getting married, we recommend booking your appointment 3 months in advance to heal after touch ups

We apply a topical numbing cream prior to your treatment to minimize any discomfort. Most people say they feel minor pressure.

Because we can’t perform your treatment if you have a cold sore, we recommend taking an antiviral medication a week prior to your treatment. We have the ability to prescribe one for you so please contact us if you need it to ensure a cold sore doesn’t make its dreaded appearance.

Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen! Did we mention “sunscreen”?! We can’t stress enough the importance of using a full spectrum SPF to protect your Cosmetic Tattoo investment.