Peggie O'Neill Makeup
My Passion for makeup is an extension of my love of art. I am a licensed Aesthetician and Makeup Artist, working for over 30 years in the field of cosmetology. I received my training in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. I then went on to train makeup artist for the Vidal Sassoon salons in Beverly Hills, New York, San Francisco and Chicago. For the past several years I have all so been working as a licensed Micro Pigmentation specialist. I worked in Los Angeles and San Francisco for 26 years before moving to South Bend looking for a quieter life with my family. I feel truly blessed, that everyday I do something I love.
I specializes in eyebrow shaping and repair of brows that have been over plucked, gone through hormonal changes, Trichotillomania, Alopecia, or have experienced a waxing disaster. Women don't realize thin brows add years to your appearance. If such a thing as an anti-aging miracle exists, its a brow makeover.
The introduction of Micro Pigmentation also known as "Permanent Makeup" has provided the opportunity for countless women to enjoy greater confidence from an improved image. For those with little or no eyebrow hair, this procedure can provide more natural-looking results. Thicker better shaped brows without having to pencil everyday. Thicker appearing lashes without mascara! Micro Pigmentation can also be used to change the look and color of your lips.
Your safety and satisfaction are my number 1 priority. In my studio, which is licensed by the St. Joseph County Health Department, I adhere to all OSHA standards and protocols including single use disposable needles and tubes as well as the best pigments; FDA approved ingredients, made in the USA.
In addition to Micro Pigmentation, I have created a tutorial for women starting chemotherapy. During this complimentary instruction, I teach women how to work with hair loss of their brows and lashes, through simple methods which allow them to mimic their natural brow and lashes. This is a free service. Please pass this on.
"Eyebrows are like shoes; you don't notice them unless they are exquisitely right or disastrously wrong." New York Times