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Monday, August 01, 2011


Do you have uneven or nonexistent eyebrows. a crooked mouth or thin lips? Would like to look like you have model's lashes, but don't want to fuss over them? Maybe you have a scar or a birthmark you don't want to show in your wedding photos. Well, Mandy Sauler can help you have perfect features on your wedding day. See if this permanent cosmetic process is right for you.


Tattooing Services from Sauler’s Captivating Cosmetics Include Areola Restoration, Scar Camouflage, Cleft Lip Correction, plus Enhancements for Lips, Eyes, Brows, Birthmarks & Age Spots

EXTON, PA (July 21, 2011) – Mandy Sauler, founder of Captivating Cosmetics at, leverages the science of micropigmentation which is revolutionizing the corrective surgery and beauty industries. Through a state-of-the-art technique, also known as permanent cosmetics or cosmetic tattooing, Sauler applies micro insertions of color pigments into the dermal layer of the skin to camouflage various skin irregularities and enhance physical features.

“I began my career 16 years ago as a professional tattooist and quickly learned that as a fine line artist I could use my natural abilities to serve the needs of more critical skin corrections and enhancements,” shared Sauler. “My career in permanent cosmetics has given me the greatest reward by helping my clients to look and feel better about their appearance.”

Permanent cosmetics and intradermal pigmentation is medically proven and specifically designed to be completely safe. It is used for areola restoration, cleft lip repair, hairline enhancement, scar and stretch mark camouflage, and vitiligo. Cosmetic tattooing hides the scar from where hair follicles are removed in a hair transplant procedure and minuscule amounts of color pigmentation can disguise the appearance of acne scars and other marks on the skin’s surface.

“Micropigmentation has allowed me to help women undergoing various breast surgeries by using areola tattooing in lieu of nipple reconstruction,” explained Sauler. “I also use permanent cosmetics to create a natural, hairline stroke eyebrow for Alopecia sufferers. Plus, ophthalmologists recommend the procedure for those who are allergic to conventional makeup and for those wearing contact lenses.”

In the world of beauty, permanent cosmetics is used to enhance the shape, color and appearance of eyes and lips. Intradermal pigmentation for lip liner and color can add fullness and various shades to the lip, along with helping to prevent lipstick from bleeding into the surrounding skin. The permanent shaping and filling of eyebrows is also made possible along with eyeliner through the implantation of pigments in the lash line. Additional shadowing of color can be added for a softer or more defined line.

About Mandy Sauler, Founder, Captivating Cosmetics

Mandy Sauler launched Captivating Cosmetics in 2005. She studied micropigmentation at the Florida College of Natural Health and has a Board Certification from the American Academy of Micropigmentation. Sauler is a member of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals and has additional certifications in Pain Control, Safety Effectiveness and Bloodborne Pathogen.

A pioneer in permanent cosmetics, Sauler continually seeks out new advances in technology, procedures and products. Her 16-year tenure in tattooing and micropigmentation has afforded her experience with a broad range of ethnicities, skin tones, ages and skin types.

She is a licensed provider in both Pennsylvania and New York and has offices in Downingtown, Exton, Philadelphia, and Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania and New York City, New York. Sauler also teaches intradermal micropigmentation through an intense training program from her practice in Downingtown, PA.

Information about Mandy Sauler and her services from Captivating Cosmetics are available online at

This procedure is great if you have thin lips, asymmetrical lips or just want to have those luscious, full red lips all day at your wedding. These photos are just a few of the ways that Mandy can improve your mouth and let you leave that lipstick at home. No matter how many kisses you give, your lips will remain perfect all day.

Just look how this before and after changes the shape of the lip. Here, a "lipliner" look gives this mouth contour and definition.

If you are like me, you may have sporadic or non- existent brows. I have a scar over my one eye, which creates a space. Your brows frame your face and open up your eyes- things that matter in all those close up candids on your special day. Having natural hair strokes or powder fill brows can give you a finished look.

If you have sparse lashes or can't get that perfect line on your eyes, then, this procedure can give you a permanent line and fuller lashes. This can be done by enhancing the base and between your lashes or create a pencil look that never goes away. You can add to the line with your own color at any time or create that smoky eye for your wedding photos.

There are also procedures to camouflage scars and birthmarks, as well as to assist with the aftermath of breast reconstruction surgery and Alopecia. Here we have someone whose face if transformed by adding a defined brow and camouflaging spots. Look how her blue eyes pop after the procedure.

Mandy works with a doctor at all times at Couture Laser and Skin, in a safe and sterile environment. She has certifications in pain control, safety effectiveness and bloodborn pathogens. Mandy's results speak for themselves. Maybe you have concerns about the risks or want to know the cost. You can contact Mandy at any of these locations and at her office in Downingtown to find out more about this process. If you want to look your very best on your wedding day, let Mandy show you how.

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