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“No One Is Born With Perfect Eyebrows” ~ Linda Evangelista

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Carmella Gibellino-Schultz

Written By Kyra Marie Miller

Eyebrows can be a focal point on the face. They frame our face and enhance our eyes, and when we achieve “brow perfection,” they can give our whole face a lifted effect. But in reality, most of us are not born with perfect brows. Sometimes after years of tweezing, we end up with little or no brow left!

Traditionally, we turned to the brow pencil to fill that void. But unless you are also born with a talent for applying makeup and live a life where your face never sweats or gets wet, penciling in your eyebrows everyday becomes tedious, unreliable, and just unsatisfying! 

Have you ever crossed a mirror midday to find half a brow, or only one left? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there! There is a solution that frees us from the brow pencil –– and that is permanent cosmetics. You can have the fabulous eyebrows you deserve every day, effortlessly and flawlessly.

There are plenty of reasons why women are turning to permanent cosmetics for their eyebrow dilemmas. Sparse or thin eyebrows can be made to look fuller, and length and width can be adjusted to suit individual preferences. Symmetry can finally be achieved and enjoyed from the minute you wake up until your head hits the pillow again. Arches can be created and even repositioned, giving the eyes a natural lift. Even in cases where there is no hair at all, such as with Alopecia or simply from over plucking, beautiful brows can be achieved through the permanent makeup process.

Carmella’s specialty is creating natural looking eyebrows. Although it is similar to a tattoo, her brow work never resembles a solid block or includes harsh lines. Through her decades in the industry, she has mastered the feathering technique, using quick light strokes of various sizes to create the look of tiny hairs. With over a hundred pigments to choose from, she customizes a color blend tailored to suit the needs of each individual in her care.

And importantly –– there are no surprises! Everything Carmella does is drawn on first and agreed upon during the consultation, prior to any application of pigmentation. This is where you can discuss color and shape options and feel confident that you will be comfortable and satisfied with the final results. 

In order to perfect your eyebrows, this procedure requires at least two seatings, allowing four weeks’ time to heal in between. The first application is “baking the cake,” and the second is the “icing.” Carmella’s meticulous artistry, combined with a natural born talent for creating and enhancing beauty, has built her solid reputation with many of the top physicians and estheticians in the area. Her work speaks for itself.

So, if you are tired of using a brow pencil, active in sports, too busy with no time to worry about makeup, aren’t artistic in applying make-up, or no longer have the steady hands to do so and are looking for a top-of-the-line artist to set you free from the daily makeup grind, please come to the studio for a complimentary consultation. Just think, perfect brows that are impervious to heat, wet, humidity, sweat, dryness, motion, touch . . . impervious to life! Call or text (610)-883-0636 or visit our website at for more information!

About the artists

Carmella Gibellino-Schultz is a licensed cosmetologist and has 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 years 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.

Referring Doctors

Ari Abel M.D. | The Abel Center for Oculofacial Plastic Surgery

Fanny J. Berg M.D.

Peter R. Coggins M.D.

Joseph J. Danyo M.D.

Jillian Banbury M. D.

Ian M. Longergan, D.O. |  Aesthetic Plastic Surgery of DE

Timothy Greco M.D.

Monica Mehring M.D.

Jonathan Pontell M.D.

Katheryn M. Warren M.D.

David Zabel M.D.

Jeffrey B. Minkovitz M.D. | Eye Physicians & Surgeons

Peter Panzer M.D. | Panzer Dermatology Assoc.

Paul Sabini M.D. F.A.C.S.

Jonathan Saunders M.D.

Paul S. Kim, M.D.

Gary F. Wingate, M.D.

M. Stefanyszyn, M.D. F.A.C.S. | Wills Eye Hospital

Lynn Esdale RN | Lynn Victoria Cosmetic & Medical Skin Care

Lisa W. Hostetler M.D.

Sarah Lester, Medical Aesthetician Delmar Surgical & Cosmetic Treatment Center

Carol J. Hoffman MD | Kremer Eye Center

Gary F. Wingate, M.D.

Dr. M. Stefanyszyn, M.D. F.A.C.S. | Wills Eye Hospital

Lynn Esdale RN | Lynn Victoria              

Cosmetic & Medical Skin Care

Dr. Lisa W. Hostetler M.D.

Sarah Lester, Medical Aesthetician | Delmar Surgical & Cosmetic Treatment Center.

Carol J. Hoffman MD |    Kremer Eye Center

By: Carmella Gibellino-Schultz