Samara Lovell relocated to San Diego from Canada in 2015 and joined Buju Tattoo in 2016. She holds a certification in cosmetic tattooing with a focus on natural looking brows. In addition to over 10 years in the tattoo industry, she also holds a Bachelor of Arts. Samara is meticulous in her attention to detail with all of her work and helps keep Buju Tattoo looking beautiful. She would love to set up a consultation with you to discuss your microblading/shading options, and can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the form on the BujuTattoo.com website.
Everyone’s level of pain is different. Most areas are painless, clients compare the more sensitive areas to the feeling of an elastic band snapping. Some feel something, others feel nothing.
Filler injections are deeper and typically use thicker filler, altering the shape of the area more. The fillers used with the Hyaluron Pen are usually much lighter and more liquid-like, having a much more subtle and natural result. They are also only deposited into the upper layers of the epidermis as opposed to deeper with injectables. If a more dramatic result is wanted, it can be achieved over multiple sessions with the Hyaluronic Pen.
Hyaluronic Acid is a natural occurring sugar found in the body. It attracts water and keeps skin looking plump and hydrated.
The Hyaluron Lip Pen is an innovation that deposits Hyaluronic Acid Filler into the epidermal and upper dermal layers of skin without traditional needles or injections. It typically lasts between 3-6 months.
Yes. For clients with a history of cold sores, please take a prescription of Famvir, Zovirax or Valtrex for 2 days prior to your appt and 2 days following your appt.
Lip Blush can last between 1-2 years depending on the shade chosen and the client.
Lip Blush is a semi permanent lip tattoo, that deepens the color of your lips making them appear fuller, more symmetrical and restore color that has faded with age. The shade is customized for each clients preference.
Microblading — $600
- Includes 2 sessions- the initial session and a second/touch up within 12 weeks of the first appointment.
- $100 deposit due when booking the appointment and the remaining $500 to be paid at the first appointment.
Brow Boost / Touch Up — $300
- Within 18 months of initial brow service
- Additional Brow/color boosts 18 months after initial brow service will be full price
- $100 deposit due when booking the appointment and the remainder to be paid at the appointment
Lip Blush — $600
- Includes 2 sessions-the initial session and a touch up within 4 weeks of the first appointment $100 deposit due when booking the appointment and the remaining $300 to be paid the first appointment
Hyaluron Lip Pen — $300-400
- (Price varies depending on the amount of product used)
- Includes 2 sessions-the initial session and a touch up with 2 weeks of the first appointment $100 deposit due when booking the appointment and the remainder to be paid at the first appointment.
Freckles — $200
- $100 deposit due when booking the appointment and the remaining $100 to be paid at the first appointment.
*Please note all prices are subject to change
This is subject to consultation and pre-approval by the artist.
If you have a history of keloid scarring, it is not recommended that you get the procedure unless you have written consent from your doctor.
Every artist at Buju Tattoo requires a $100 non-refundable deposit to secure an appointment.
Please note that final results do vary by individual and cannot be guaranteed. Each client has different skin and will heal, hold pigment and break it down differently. Strokes will also heal differently on oily skin vs dry skin. Strokes on oily skin will be more blurred, whereas strokes will heal more crisp on dry skin.
Microblading is a multi-step procedure and each new client will need 2 visits, the first visit followed up by a second session between 6-8 weeks later. Both treatments are most often needed and a low-cost third treatment is offered if necessary.
Closely following the aftercare instructions provided is encouraged to have optimum results.
Please avoid excessive sweating for at least a week.
Your brows will look significantly darker and intense in the first few days following the procedure. As they heal they may peel or scab and will lighten quite a bit during the healing process. Most people experience very little swelling or redness, if they do, it is similar to how brows look after they are waxed or threaded.
Please avoid the use of anything that will cause faster skin rejuvenation for at least 4 weeks before.
Yes. Please ensure no sooner than 4 weeks before and 4 weeks after your appointment.
No. If you are pregnant or nursing you cannot get tattooed as a precaution.
A highly effective topical gel is used to numb the area prior to and during the procedure to ensure the comfort of the client. Pain levels do vary from person to person, but most people experience little to no pain after having the topical anesthetic applied.
Cosmetic tattoos are semi-permanent and will not wash off, but will fade over time. Microblading will last on average 1-2 years and it is suggested to get a color boost/touch up yearly, but varies depending on a variety factors: Skin type, skin care (face wash/ chemical peels etc.) lifestyle, pigment color (the lighter the pigment the faster it will fade) age, iron deficiency/absorption.
In California, in order to get a cosmetic tattoo, you must be at least 18 years of age.
The first session is between 1-3 hours and the second/touch up (included in price) occurs 6-12 weeks later and is between 1-2 hours.
Microblading is a semi permanent cosmetic tattoo that mimics the look of hairs to enhance one’s eyebrows. It is used to add density, correct shape and make brows appear fuller.
Cosmetic tattooing, semi-permanent makeup, microblading and micropigmentation are all the process of tattooing makeup. The process of cosmetic tattooing is done by depositing pigment beneath the surface of one’s skin.
RESULTS ARE NOT GUARANTEED
SAMARA “Honey” LOVELL
Cosmetic Tattoo Artist|San Diego
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