Hello, my name is Debbie Walters,
I appreciate you taking the time to find out more about permanent makeup, and also for considering me as your service provider. I am a certified permanent makeup artist with over nine years of experience and I have always had a lifelong passion for beauty and makeup. Permanent makeup allows you to feel fresh, confident, and defined all day. My extensive training in permanent makeup application, along with my Medical Aesthetic background enables me to partner with you for phenomenal results. I have had the privilege to work on and treat a wide variety of skin types throughout the years. My mission is to bring out the very best in each client, making them feel a little more beautiful, one woman at a time.
I hold numerous professional licenses and certifications from some of the finest institutions and workshops, including Southeastern School Of Neuromuscular Massage Therapy, Esthetics International, John Hashey School of Permanent Makeup,as well as many Premier Pigment workshops.
I am confident that I am able to offer superior results because I have over 400+ hrs. of superior training and 9 years in practice. I am one of the few artist in the Southeast who are trained to utilize a coil machine. This in itself is important because a coil machine is 2x as powerful as a pen machine, and it implants the pigment deeper and more consistently. This results in your pigments lasting longer and looking fresher. This is the same machine that is utilized in traditional tattoos. It has stood the test of time. Clients safety and comfort is my top priority. I liberally apply numbing agents..
I enjoy all aspects of permanent makeup, but I have a special affinity for oncology work due to my own personal experience. Today, I fervently serve women who have traveled similar past paths, and are seeking to reclaim their natural beauty after overcoming such incredible odds. I enjoy getting to know new clients who are simply interested in learning about all the benefits of permanent make-up.
I am a native of North Carolina, and currently reside in Irmo,South Carolina, with my husband, Wayne, of 33 years and our son, Kody. My personal interest include charity work for cancer research, bible study, and spending time with my family and friends.
*Beware in South Carolina there is no licensure, so therefore many technicians have had little or no training*
It is imperative that you ask questions!