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Lifted Beauty Studio was founded by Pro Makeup Artist turned Permanent Makeup Artist Lillian Marsh. At Lifted Beauty Studio we specialize in providing customized permanent makeup services that bring out the natural beauty of each client. We are passionate about helping you look and feel your best. We take the time to understand our clients’ needs and provide personalized advice and service to ensure satisfaction. Our experienced and certified estheticians strive to give each guest the best possible experience and results. We believe in creating natural-looking results that will last for years to come.

We understand that permanent makeup can be an intimidating process and we are here to make it as comfortable and stress-free as possible in a clean and safe environment. As certified professionals, we understand the importance of safety and sanitation and make that our highest priority.

Our services range from permanent makeup to lash lifts, and we are committed to delivering a personalized experience to each of our clients. We believe that everyone should be able to express themselves with confidence and beauty, and that is why we strive to make our services accessible, safe and uplifting.


Current Offerings:

Permanent Makeup

*Powder Brows

*Lash Enhancement


*Beauty Marks

*Lip Blush

Lash & Brow

*Lash Tint 

*Brow Tint

*Lash Lift 

*Brow Lamination

Dental Jewelry

  *Precioso & Swarovski Crystals

*Real Gold


Lifted Beauty Studio 
4340 Kentucky Ave 
Unit 348
Glendale, CO 80246



Q: What sanitation measures do you take at Lifted Beauty Studio?

A: At Lifted Beauty Studio, we take sanitation and safety very seriously. All of our tools and equipment are sterilized before and after each use and we use only single-use items wherever possible. We also adhere to all local and state regulations for permanent makeup services. 

Q: What qualifications do you have?

A: Estheticians license, the state required 132 permanent makeup certification

Q: What is permanent makeup?

A: Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique that involves implanting pigment into the skin to create a semi-permanent color or shape. This technique can be used to enhance eyebrows, lips, and eyes, as well as to create a more even-looking complexion, .

Q: How long does it take for permanent makeup to heal?

A: It typically takes about 4-6 weeks for permanent makeup to fully heal. During this time, you may experience some itchiness, tenderness, and swelling. It is important to follow your aftercare instructions to ensure the best results.

Q: How often do I need a touch up?

A: The frequency of your touchup depends on the type of permanent makeup you receive. Generally, we recommend getting a touchup every 1-3 years as needed. During this time, any necessary adjustments can be made to keep your permanent makeup looking its best.

Q: How deep is the pigment placed when applying Permanent Makeup?

A: We use a digital machine to apply the pigment at a depth of 0.2mm-0.3mm, which is the ideal depth for permanent makeup.

Q: Do you microblade?

A: No, and here's why

Q: What is the aftercare for permanent makeup?

A: Aftercare for permanent makeup is essential to ensure the longevity of the results. Immediately after your procedure, you should keep the area clean and dry, avoid harsh products and exfoliants, and apply a thin layer of ointment to the area. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight, and refrain from applying any makeup, creams, lotions, or other products to the area until it is fully healed and avoid swimming or saunas for the first few weeks.

A: Are there any risks associated with permanent makeup?

As with any medical procedure, there are risks associated with permanent makeup. It is important to consult with a qualified and experienced professional prior to undergoing any permanent makeup treatment. Additionally, you should be aware of any allergies or medical conditions that may increase the risk of complications.

Q: Can I get permanent makeup if I have sensitive skin?

A: Yes, you can still get permanent makeup even if you have sensitive skin. However, it is important to consult with a professional to ensure that the procedure is safe and appropriate for your skin type. 

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