About Esthetics NW Services

Michelle Varga CPCP
Owner Esthetics NW Services LLC

 

Esthetics NW Services LLC offers Permanent Cosmetics and Skin Care Services

As of July 1st 2019 Esthetics NW Services is now owned and operated by Michelle Varga. Michelle has been working as an esthetician here in the clinic since December of 2015. With a background in nursing, Michelle redirected her career to align with her artistic talents and education. Michelle is an experienced and talented artist. Cosmetic tattooing and skincare combined with her nursing education, Michelle has been the perfect fit to carry on the Founder’s vision for Esthetics NW.  She has apprenticed under Judith Culp Pearson for the past year emphasizing in cosmetic tattoo. Michelle is an active member of the Society of Permanent Cosmetics Professionals as well as a Certified Permanent Cosmetic Professional. 

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Judith Culp Pearson founded Esthetics NW to offer quality permanent makeup and skin care services.

Judith Culp Pearson founder Esthetics NW

Permanent Cosmetics

 
 

Judith (Judi) founded Esthetics NW over 20 years ago.  Our mission: to offer quality permanent cosmetics and skin care that enhances client’s lives.

Simplify your life, boost your self-confidence and look your best.

The busy lifestyle of NW women lends itself perfectly to permanent makeup.  Make your life easier with permanent eyebrows, eyeliner, and lip color. 

Permanent makeup makes life easier if you have:

  • allergies,
  • contact lenses
  • physical or eyesight limitations,
  • need stress reduction
  • active lifestyle

We are here to help. Let us make your life easier and know you look great every single day! Call now for a consultation: 541-344-7789

 Questions about Permanent cosmetics?  Visit our FAQ

Want details on procedures?  Visit Eyebrows, Eyeliner, Lipcolor, Areola re-coloration, or Medical Skin Re-coloration.

Here’s what our clients say…Testimonials.

Here are Tips on a Safe Procedure.

 

Esthetics NW Services – Look your best – at every age

Esthetics NW Services Professional Skin Care. We offer a diversity of age-fighting treatments to enhance your personal best.

All of these can work together to help your skin look and feel better.  Aging is a natural process.  But we can look our very best as time passes…. often fooling people with our calendar age.

  • Microdermabrasion
  • Hydro-dermabrasion
  • Chemical exfoliation, (sometimes called peels)
  • Ultrasonic
  • Enzymes
  • Microcurrent
  • Facial toning.

Your treatment is customized for optimal results.  Your skin will look fresher, smoother. You’ll see improved skin tone and color. Feel softer and more velvety.

60 is the new 40. Come in and explore all your possibilities.  Call today to de-stress, renew and revitalize your skin: 541-344-7789.

Have questions about what we offer?  Want more details?  Please visit Custom Skin Care Services

 

 Private Advanced Training in skincare and permanent makeup! 541-344-7789

Judith Culp Pearson is an Oregon native. She is an industry leader known for raising the bar of education and service quality. Her clients receive state of the art therapies that get results. Are you wanting to step up your esthetic skills?  Ready to learn advanced techniques?  Judi offers private on-demand training.

With a background in business and art, she entered skin care in 1980. She has taken classes and attended conferences across the US and internationally.  An author, lecturer, and educator. You get the benefits of her experience and expertise.  Please see  Permanent Cosmetic Training for our training program.  And Esthetics Training, for details on classes we offer.View More: http://featherdawn.pass.us/headshots

27 Responses to About Esthetics NW Services

Rachel
Commented:  February 11, 2017 at 11:12 am()

Hi Judith,
My name is Rachel and I had my eyeliner tattooed by you more than a decade ago, which turned out fabulous! I am considering lip liner tattooing, really like the ombré look versus just lining the lip. Is this something you do? Thanks.

    Judith
    Commented:  April 18, 2017 at 1:30 pm()

    Hi Rachael,
    Sorry for the delay. Calling me is the quickest response: 541-344-7789. I’m delighted you love your eyeliner. I too prefer the blended lip liner rather than just the outline. I’d be happy to schedule a visit and discuss your goals with you.

    Judith
    Commented:  July 5, 2017 at 10:01 am()

    Hi Rachael,
    I’m delighted you love your eyeliner. Over 10 years? Wow! You’re probably ready for a color pickup. Yes, I do both blended lip outlining (prettier than just the outline – less harsh) and full lip color. Please call 541-344-7789 and let’s schedule a time to visit.

Porscha
Commented:  March 30, 2017 at 11:06 pm()

I’m interested in micro blading. Prices and hours
Thank you

    Judith
    Commented:  April 18, 2017 at 1:28 pm()

    Hello Porscha,
    I work by appointment so I can focus on each client’s needs. Typically I accept appointments Monday – Friday and limited Saturdays.
    All eyebrow work is $600.00 all inclusive. A consultation and two visits are required. Please give me a call at 541-344-7789 to schedule a visit.

    Judith
    Commented:  July 5, 2017 at 9:59 am()

    Hi Porscha,
    I apologize I missed your post. Yes, I do the hair stroke technique as well as many other styles. This allows me to best meet the needs of each individual client. However, I do not use the manual blade. It has a higher risk of scarring the skin and only lasts a few months. This leads to the need for frequent re-enhancement. The initial procedure is $600 and each re-enhancement currently runs $300. The hair stroke technique I use lasts 2-5 years which is better for the health of the skin and much less expensive. I work strictly by appointment to ensure the best customer service. Please call 541-344-7789 for a consultation so we can explore what might work the best for you.

My mother has been thinking about having her brows tattooed. They are thin and she is blind on one eye. Can you give me an idea what that would run?
Thanks, shannon

    Judith
    Commented:  May 21, 2017 at 4:51 pm()

    Hi Shannon,

    Skin like this must be treated gently. I will need to do a consultation and make a plan with her & you. Then I will see her twice. Once for the initial application and a follow-up treatment 4-6 weeks later to fine tune the brows and complete anything we were unable to address on the initial visit. Total cost is $600.00 I work strictly by appointment, please call for consultation – 541-344-7789.

Tonya
Commented:  June 12, 2017 at 8:23 am()

Hello

Do you teach permanent cosmetics?

    Judith
    Commented:  June 21, 2017 at 5:38 pm()

    I only teach permanent cosmetics to those with a valid Oregon Tattoo license. I do not offer the pre-licensing program.

Paula
Commented:  July 4, 2017 at 10:02 pm()

Hi Judi –
Do you do semi-permanent make-up. I was thinking about doing a semi-permanent lip liner

    Judith
    Commented:  July 5, 2017 at 9:53 am()

    Hi Paula,
    Thanks for the question. In the US, there isn’t recognition for semi-permanent makeup because it is misleading to the client. All tattoos will fade with age, but can last years. While I generally re-enhance eyebrows or eyeliner every 2-5 years, lip color lasts much longer. It will get lighter, but it is still there. This is a good reason to choose a neutral color that will be easy to live with… and to wear lipstick over should you choose.

    When we tattoo the lip the color stains the epidermis as it is implanted into the upper layer of the dermis. During the healing process, all pigment in the epidermis is exfoliated off. While the initial color is quite bright, it is common to loose 50% of the color within the first couple of weeks (this is the color in the epidermis.) The final color will be softer and lighter.
    I generally don’t recommend just doing a lip outline – it heals looking like you used a sharpie pen for the outline. It’s much prettier to do a blended lipliner. We outline the lip and then blend the color onto the lip for a softer effect. I’d be happy to schedule a consultation to explore the options with you. 541-344-7789.

Bonnie
Commented:  July 7, 2017 at 9:24 am()

Judith, have read akot if your skin care article’s. How hard is it to get into a company and or magazine too write? I have been an Esthetician for 15 years. And I owned a skin care business.
Bonnie M.Koenig
Master Aesthetician

    Judith
    Commented:  July 7, 2017 at 11:29 am()

    If you read the little bios at the end of articles, it will give you clues on where authors are coming from. Many work for companies and submit articles that support or promote not their products directly, but the philosophy behind them. If you want to work as a company representative, educator, trainer, this is an option. How to find those jobs is a little more complex but I have seen posts on LinkedIn or trade websites or publications.
    If you want to write an article for a magazine, you would need to submit the idea to an editor to see if they are interested. Each magazine has their own guidelines, requirements, and interests.
    I can’t say it is easy, it’s not. And a contact person you may have built a relationship with may move on and you have to start over again.

Noelia L
Commented:  September 15, 2017 at 11:34 am()

Hi Judi, I’m 71 years old & have always had thin lips but now I have a deep wrinkle on my lower lip that perhaps can be camouflaged by permanent lip color. How much would it cost to have my lips enhanced?
Sincerely.
Noelia Lopez

    Judith
    Commented:  September 15, 2017 at 12:24 pm()

    Hi Noelia, I’ll give you a call. It’s possible lip color could help, but it depends on how that wrinkle sits in the lip. Let’s chat.

Nikki
Commented:  January 21, 2018 at 4:22 pm()

Hi Judi,
I had my eyebrows and upper & lower eyeliner done 3 years ago, and it was not done well. Very disappointing, and I need help. It’s hard seeing this in the mirror every day. Is corrective work possible? I realize you’d need to see me to be sure, but what possibilities are there for correcting a poorly done job, especially on lower lids? It’s not fading very quickly.

    Judith
    Commented:  March 26, 2018 at 6:46 am()

    Hi Nikki,
    I’m sorry you had a negative experience. I really would need to see what you have to determine your options/possibilities. Please call my office and come in for a consultation. 541-344-7789

Sarah Frenette
Commented:  February 21, 2018 at 2:58 am()

Hello. I had a permanent makeup artist do my eye brows when i lived in Arizona roughly 4 years ago. They have been wonderful however they have faded and turned orangish over the years and need a tune up. Do you charge the $600 For a tune – up or just a new case?

    Judith
    Commented:  March 26, 2018 at 6:40 am()

    Hi Sarah,
    Normally when I see my clients for a re-enhancement it’s a single visit if it’s been 5 years or less. If it is a new client needing a re-enhance plus corrective work, or if it’s been over 5 years, that usually takes 2 visits so is $600. You’re welcome to come in for an evaluation so I can see what you have, I’d be happy to assist. Please call 541-344-7789 to schedule an appointment.

Lyn Jost
Commented:  March 13, 2018 at 4:55 pm()

Hello,

I am considering permanent eyeliner, what should I be concerned about and what is the cost? Have you done a lot of these?

How do you decide on a color? Do you recommend both upper and lower eye lids? How long does the swelling typically last?

Thank you for your reply

Lyn

    Judith
    Commented:  March 26, 2018 at 7:04 am()

    Hi Lyn,
    Your first concern should be selecting a skilled, technician whose work and style you like. I’ve been offering permanent cosmetic services since 1987. Yes, I’ve done many many sets of eyeliner and my clients love it. I suggest reading the information on my eyeliner page, the Frequently Asked Questions page and my Tips for a Safe Procedure.

    You want to make sure the technician is using pigments specifically designed for permanent cosmetics not artistic tattoos. Black is probably my client’s #1 choice. It heals a lovely soft black that frames the eyes making them pop. The width of the line ranges from sporty casual to classic to a little more dramatic. It is always a two-visit process. Immediately after the treatment, it looks like liquid eyeliner black. But over the first week, this softens down dramatically. About 4 weeks after the procedure you return for a follow-up appointment and we tweak the line, often this is the best time to make it slightly wider if you wish.

    Whether we do upper and lower or just one of those depends on personal taste, eye configuration and the display area available. Some women with loss of elasticity below the eye, opt just to do the upper liner.
    The best step is to come in for a consultation and talk about your style and goals. Please call me: 541-344-7789.

Lyn Jost
Commented:  March 13, 2018 at 4:56 pm()

Sorry, I misspelled my email address.

Tina
Commented:  June 18, 2019 at 12:17 pm()

What is you schedule now, how soon for a consultation. I have had my brows done years ago and are faded and of course thinner.

    Judith
    Commented:  June 18, 2019 at 12:43 pm()

    Hi Tina,
    Normally, we can get you in for a consultation the same week. We work by appointment only. Please call us at 541-344-7789 and we’ll be happy to help you get scheduled.

Jaimie Star
Commented:  August 20, 2019 at 3:23 pm()

I have a book…permanent Makeup and reconstructive tattooing by Eleanora Habnit In this book it mentions your web site. It states a skin tone kit. Developed by Judith Culp ,a skin tone kit which will allow skin type and underlying tone to be identified within a matter of minutes . Is it still possible to buy this kit? I struggle with the undertones. If your company does not have this book could you lead me in another direction for more information on this subject. Thank you Jaimie Star

    Hello Jaimie, if you are interested in learning more about undertones, I highly recommend contacting Judith. Feel free to call me at the office and I will further direct you to get in touch with her. Judith is still an educator for post-licensure cosmetic tattoo artists since her clinical retirement and sale of her practice to me. Classes are still offered here with limited seats available.

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