• Board Certified in Intradermal Cosmetics by the American Academy of Micropigmentation (AAM) 

  • Board Certified in Permanent Cosmetics from the Society of Permanent Cosmetics Professionals (SPCP)

  • Co-founder and member of the Permanent Makeup Society of Arizona (PMSAZ), a non-profit organization committed to continual education in the field of permanent cosmetics

  • Lifetime member of the Society of Permanent Cosmetics Professionals (SPCP), as well as the American Academy of Micropigmentation (AAM)

  • Graduated with merit at the International Institute of Permanent Cosmetics in Dallas

  • Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada

  • 22 years experience

  • Bloodborne Pathogens Certification

  • Full Sterilization

  • Guest speaker at national and international conventions
As a member of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals and the American Academy of Micropigmentation, Elaine is dedicated to promoting permanent makeup safety, excellence at the highest level of professional standards.

Elaine has performed thousands of procedures for 22 years.  Permanent makeup, permanent cosmetics, cosmetic tattooing, or re-pigmentation - Elaine is a top professional in this industry.

She also does re-pigmentation of the aureola complex, restoring color after reconstructive surgery, performs the "dry technique" to loosen up scar tissue before scar camouflage, etc.  Because of her medical background, she has chosen to practice in a medical setting offering full sterilization and the highest standards of safety for her patients.
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The field of permanent cosmetics is not a regulated industry in the State of Arizona. There are many providers offering this service that are not credentialed. As per the HB 2666-441-H, it is unlawful for a person to engage in the business of tattooing out of a home. Make sure you research your provider. The two national organizations offering certifications are the American Academy of Micropigmentation (A.A.M.) and the Society of Permanent Makeup Professionals (S.P.C.P.). In order to keep their credentials, providers must obtain a certain amount of continuing education credits every year.