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Frequently Asked Questions

What is permanent makeup?

  • Permanent makeup is the process of implanting pigments into the upper layers of the skin for long lasting beauty or camouflage.

How long does permanent makeup last?

  • Due to the soft natural pigments used, your procedure should last two to four years, at which time you can choose to have it retouched or let it gently fade away. Touch up can be done at anytime to enhance the procedure.

Who should get permanent makeup?

  • People who want to wake up beautiful and look their best all day.

  • People with allergies to conventional cosmetics.

  • Those with poor hand/eye control.

  • Swimmers, athletes, or people too busy to re-apply make-up several times a day.

  • Individuals with facial scars/flaws or asymmetry.

  • Those who need corrections done from past Permanent Cosmetic Procedures.

  • Those with scars or bald spots from burns, laser or plastic surgery, etc.

What if I have a history of cold sores on my lips?

  • You must be pre-medicated before the procedure with antiviral medication.

How long does a permanent cosmetic procedure take?

  • The procedure usually involves 2 office visits.

    • Procedure: this takes about 2 hours​

    • Touch up: This is recommended 4 to 5 weeks after your initial procedure. This is suggested so that we may see how well the color took. Usually, a minor touch up is all that is needed and will add to the longevity and beauty of your procedure.

Will I still be able to wear fashion cosmetic colors?

  • Liliana's Permanent Cosmetics are designed to give the appearance of natural beauty. Fashion colors can easily be worn in addition to your permanent cosmetics.

How much discomfort will I experience during my procedure?

  • Liliana uses the latest "state of the art" topical anesthetics to minimize any discomfort levels that you may experience during your procedure. Regular block anesthesia can we given by our doctor. 

How do I know if permanent makeup is for me?

  • We will be happy to answer all of your questions courteously and discretely at your initial consultation.


Who is a good candidate for microblading?

How do I know if microblading is for me?

  • Because of the high demand for microblading, I wanted to explain a few key factors in the decision making process on whether or not you are a good candidate for the procedure. 

  • The best skin for this type of cosmetic procedure is dry, normal, and with no previous tattooing in the area.

  • Fear not! This does not mean you are unable to get your dream brows!

  • We have different techniques that we use for individual situations.

Microblading alone may not look appealing on people with skin conditions listed below:

  •  Oily or combination skin:

    • Excess oil production will cause migration (blurriness) 

    • The strokes will not retain the original shape and will most likely migrate into a softly shaded or blended effect

  • Dilated/large pores on forehead area:

    • Microblading may not heal as clearly​

    • Enlarged pores give texture to the surface and the eyebrow will not look as natural

  • Sunburned/sun-damaged skin:

    • Sunburned skin needs to heal before any procedure can be done​

    • Since UV radiation compromises the overall health of the skin and damage is cumulative, it's not likely that the result will be satisfactory

    • Sun lovers will need more touch ups than average since the color fades faster

  • Skin that bleeds easily:

    • This skin condition will have trouble retaining pigment as mentioned before​

    • this includes skin types such as hypersensitive, thin, prone to acne, rosacea and showing capillaries

    • Bleeding and microblading are not a good combination!

  • Constant shedding skin:

    • Constant shedding skin or irritated skin won't hold pigment well since the healing process will happen in different speed than average

    • Skin conditions that cause shedding include psoriasis, keratosis pilaris, dermatitis, eczema and clients using Retin-A, Retinal, Tretinoin, AHA (topical), Accutane (internal use) or any other kind of skin care that promotes regular basis "peeling"

    • If you still decide you want to have the procedure, we recommend those product should be avoided for at least 90 days prior to the eyebrows procedure

  • Uneven skin texture:

    • Skin on eyebrow area that's raised from scarring, moles, piercings, or breakouts will have trouble retaining pigmentation​

    • It is harder to implant pigment on scar tissue due to hardness, thickness and bleeding

These reasons should not completely exclude you from being a candidate for a microblading procedure! Please reach out and schedule a consultation to go over your options 



I was very pleased with the results and have recommended Liliana to my friends. She is very professional and competent.

Joann K.

Liliana is so sweet & caring, on top of professional. I chose her services because she is an RN & felt more comfortable. I was happy I did! Definitely worth the 45 min trip to her office. Highly recommended!

Liliana is amazing, she takes her time and does a great job! I will be going back for sure and would highly recommend her

Heidi B.

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About Liliana


Liliana Gorski first became a Registered Nurse in Poland in 1990. She has been in the medical field for over 25 years and is passionate about the needs of her patients and clients.

Liliana's love for permanent makeup can be seen through her work. She has a Master Certification from the American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics and is a member of the American Academy of Micropigmentation. 


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198 North Avenue East, Cranford, NJ 07016  \  Tel: 908-933-LIPS (5477)


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