Please arrive 10-15 minutes ahead of time to check in for all Skin & Waxing services.
30 or 60 minute facial
An exfoliating process of the face that also removes vellus hair (peach fuzz). This service can be offered alone or added to a 30 or 60 minute facial, or a Hydrafacial.
Peels are to be chosen by your service provider based on your specific needs. This service can be offered alone or added to a 30 or 60 minute facial. Chemical Peels should not be added to a Hydrafacial, and should not be booked with facial waxing services unless ok'd by your provider.
Multistep, serum-based, delivery system that cleanses, evenly exfoliates, extracts, and hydrates. This service is like having a Microderm, peel, and hydrating facial all on one.
Facials include some form of cleansing, exfoliation, extractions, masks, and massage. Products used during a facial are to be chosen by your provider based on your specific skincare needs or requests.
*It is strongly recommended to discontinue the use of RetinA products before any service
Brow and Lash Tinting
Yumi Lash Lift
We offer facial and body waxing services from brows to toes. It is strongly recommended that you discontinue the use of Retin-A one week prior to any waxing service.
Clementine's offers brow and lash tinting, and can be offered alone or with waxing services.
We are so proud to be the first salon in Denver to provide the Yumi Lash Lift. This service is an incredible alternative to lash extenstions by turning eyelashes upwards, giving them length, height, and volume. Additionally, the service includes a lash tint. Results last 8-12 weeks.
What is Cosmetic Tattooing?
Cosmetic tattooing is also referred to as permanent makeup, semi-permanent makeup and micropigmentation. It is a process involving implanting pigments below the surface of the skin using a very small disposable set of needles or rotary or digital machine. The needles are all single-use, sterilized and produce the appearance of hair strokes, powder effects or soft-looking eyeliner for a natural-looking enhancement. Microblading is also referred to as hair-stroke brows, feather-stroke brows or 3D brows.
Will my treatment hurt?
Each persons pain tolerance varies, however, an effective topical anesthetic is applied before and during all treatments to ensure you remain comfortable.
How old do I have to be to get permanent makeup?
You must be 18 years of age or older to receive treatment.
Who cannot receive permanent makeup?
Women who are pregnant or nursing cannot receive treatment. Those who are on blood thinners cannot receive treatment. People who have uncontrolled diabetes, blood disorders, allergies to certain ingredients, Amyloidosis or cardiac valve disease cannot receive treatment. If you have questions about whether or not you are a good candidate for treatment please contact us for a complimentary consultation.
What is the difference between microblading and powder-fill eyebrows?
Microblading gives very realistic results. A manual hand tool is used to gently implant pigment in to the uppermost layers of the skin creating a crisp hair-like stroke that will lighten and soften as it heals. Two to three visits may be required with microblading. Powder-fill eyebrows are still soft but give the look of a more defined, filled-in eyebrow like one would achieve using makeup.
How many treatments will I need?
A minimum of 2 treatments are required for most clients. The second visit is done 6-8 weeks after your first visit and is included in your initial price. The pigment will fade and soften once it heals. The second session is an opportunity for us to evaluate how your skin has healed and assess the pigment retention. From there we can make adjustments as necessary. Do not be discouraged if your brows are lighter than desired after healing from your first treatment, the second treatment allows us to fine-tune the color, shape and density. Also, each individual will heal at different rates and retain color differently.
How long will my results last?
Microblading is semi-permanent and the depth of the pigment is rather shallow requiring more frequent touch-ups to maintain the color. A touch up is recommended yearly. Powder brows require more pigment be implanted in to the skin so will last longer in between touch-ups. There are many factors that determine how long results will last including pigment color used, sun exposure, anti-aging products applied to the skin and professional exfoliating procedures like chemical peels. Results are not guaranteed as each skin type retains pigment differently. A second session which is included in the initial price will be used to evaluate how your skin has retained the pigment and adjust as necessary. Additional sessions may be required depending on the result desired. After the included second session, additional sessions will be charged according to the pricing on the Skin & Wax Services page.
What should I do before my appointment?
Taking an OTC pain reliever like Tylenol can be helpful before your appointment, an antihistamine may be helpful as well. AVOID any OTC medications that may thin your blood, this includes Vitamin E, Niacin, Ibuprofen and fish oil for 5 days before your appointment. No prescription medications should be discontinued without first consulting with your doctor. Do not drink alcohol or caffeine before your appointment or exercise directly beforehand. Please do not bring children or other people that may pose a distraction during the treatment. If you currently fill in your eyebrows, come to the appointment with them filled in. Do not wax, thread or tweeze your eyebrows for 72 hours before your appointment. If you tint your eyebrows, do so at least 48 hours prior to your appointment. You may also come with reference photos of brow shapes that you like. Do not tan before or come with an active sunburn on the area to be treated.
What will I look like after? How should I take care of my treated area?
You may have mild redness and swelling in the treatment area. Your pigment will appear dark and bold immediately afterwards and will lighten over the next 7-14 days during the healing process. You will be sent home with detailed aftercare instructions that you must absolutely follow. Following your aftercare instructions will ensure the best results from your treatment.
What will my eyebrows look like in the future?
The pigment color that is used will naturally fade over time. During your consultation, your skin tone will be analyzed and an appropriate color will be chosen. Occasionally, pigments can fade to different tones based on the individual's response to the pigment: things like lifestyle, hormones and iron deficiencies. As the skin ages, your eyebrows will have a softer, powdered look. A refresher appointment is recommended yearly, however, results vary with each person.
How do I know permanent makeup will look good on me?
Microblading is a great, natural-looking option for almost everyone. Powder-fills will suit the individual who wants bolder eyebrows and who regularly fills them in with makeup. However, individuals with very oily skin may not be good candidates for microblading as the hair strokes will not heal as crisp as desired. Those with an iron deficiency and/or anemia may lose pigment faster and require refresher treatments more often.
Is permanent makeup safe?
Great care is taken to provide a sterile treatment area. All supplies, including needles, are single-use and disposed of properly after treatment. After treatment, the work space is thoroughly disinfected. All OSHA and DORA standards and protocols are strictly followed to ensure both the clients' and provider's safety.