Owner of Arch Permanent Cosmetics. 5 time certified permanent makeup and scalp micropigmentation artist.
I began my permanent makeup journey when I made the decision to get my own eyebrows microbladed. It changed me y’all! From that moment I was dead set that I was going to become a permanent makeup artist and I was going to succeed.
Started my training in Dallas for microblading and machine brow shading and started this career in a salon in Mineola, Texas. From the beginning I LOVED it! The smiles I got to see are what made me love it! I was able to give ladies something they didn’t have. Brows, but so much more than that, confidence!
I then started training for permanent eyeliner and lip blushing in Dallas as well. Both by demand of my lovely clients.
Sadly, after several run ins with permanent makeup gone wrong by other artists, I became a certified Lift saline removal artist. Lasers damage the face, they destroy hair follicles; not ideal for faces at all. Now I am able to remove just about any permanent makeup, and even tattoos. Most importantly, with my extensive color theory training, I can correct this mishaps after removal sessions so that there’s a happy ending to a long journey of botched permanent makeup for these clients.
After much research, I then headed to Houston to train on scalp micropigmentation. By far the most rewarding of anything I’ve done yet. To be able to give men and women the appearance of hair that they haven’t had in decades; no words.
But at the end of the day, I’m just a wife, mommy to three BEAUTIFUL babies and a small business owner. Doing what I ABSOLUTELY ADORE!
If you haven’t set up an appointment yet, message me. Consults are always free! And I’m always available to answer questions in person, by phone or text, morning, noon and night! I look forward to meeting each and everyone one of you one day in person.
Delicia graduated from nursing school in 2012. She has a background that ranges from medical to surgical nursing, oncology, substance abuse to aesthetics. She is currently a nursing instructor at Kilgore College all while working on her Doctorate in Nursing to graduate in December 2022. She loves seeing the finished product in her patients and seeing them excited about the changes taking place whether it be in their mental or physical appearance.