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Permanent Cosmetics At Every Age

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Carmella Gibellino-Schultz

Written By Kyra Marie Miller

These days, trends are constantly cycling, but looking and feeling good about yourself never goes out of style. We often get calls from new clients asking if they’re too young or too old for permanent cosmetics. Our answer – absolutely not! We have clients ranging from 18 to 95! Can you believe that? Permanent cosmetics are entirely customizable, there is something for everyone.

Although your reason for getting permanent cosmetics may be different, your result will be the same; effortlessly looking your brightest. The Permanent Cosmetic & Lash Studio in Chadds Ford, PA is your one-stop shop to achieve that. 

In your 20s through early 40s

Life is busy, especially these days, and most young women are scrambling in the morning to make sure their eyeliner, brows and lipstick are all perfect before heading to school or work. Or maybe they have a family trying to manage virtual and in-person learning, a demanding career, and a never-ending to-do list. It is incredible how much a subtle lash enhancement, microblading, and fresh lips with a blush of color can transform a young woman’s confidence.

“I was really nervous to get any permanent cosmetics as I don’t have any tattoos and don’t wear much makeup at all. I was noticing I looked washed out and was really sick of putting eyeliner, mascara and lip gloss on all day, every day. Not only did I not want to spend the time, I was also really concerned about chemicals in the makeup I was putting around my eyes and lips every day! After getting microblading, a permanent lash enhancement and lip liner I am ready almost as soon as I get out of bed. It’s been life-changing!”  ~ Laura S.

Your in late 40s through 50s

This age group is acutely conscious that the aging process is upon them. They want to look and feel younger but there’s so much information out there and they’re overwhelmed – and rightfully so! The perfect place to start your journey to aging with grace is with permanent cosmetics. It will take years off without having any “work” done. Carmella says, “I have been in the beauty industry for over four decades and know what works and I love educating my clients on what their next steps should be after permanent cosmetics.”

In your 60s and onward

It’s difficult for these women to put on makeup like they used to and a majority of them have disappearing eyebrows and eyelashes while the color on their lips has almost completely vanished. With shaky hands and poor eyesight, using makeup can become a really tough challenge. Lipstick on teeth, semi-circle brows in the wrong color and eyeliner running down your face is the opposite look you’re going for but it happens to all of us! Until you invest in permanent cosmetics. Your eyes are the windows to your beautiful soul and women should highlight them, especially this age group! You shouldn’t have to sacrifice your natural beauty at any age. “I LOVE working with this age group of women because they have such a different perspective on life and beauty. It is so gratifying to give a woman her self-confidence back. Having permanent cosmetics brings these women back to life.”

“My young grandson always says MiMi, don’t forget your eyebrows! That’s when I knew it was time to call Carmella.” ~ Jan W.

By visiting The Permanent Cosmetic & Lash Studio we can help you invest in you. Call or text the studio at 610-883-0636 or visit our website at for more information!

About The Artists

Carmella Gibellino-Schultz is a licensed cosmetologist and been practicing the art of permanent cosmetics since 1999. She’s double board certified in C.P.C.P. and A.A.M., a life time member of SPCP. In both DE and PA, she has performed thousands of procedures, and her portfolio speaks for itself. Former owner of The Skin Care School and Center, her years of experience have made her the area’s most sought after permanent cosmetics artist. 

Kristina Alibrando has been working under Carmella for over 10 year now and is considered her right-hand woman. Carmella wouldn’t trust anyone else with her face! Kristina is also a member of the SPCP.

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