Raydiant Brows

Cosmetic tattoo & Skin studio

Elizabeth Taylor Mays, is licensed in both the state of Florida & North Carolina where she runs her private studios. She is highly qualified in her profession but still continues to pursue additional training to always provide the latest techniques in esthetics & permanent makeup. Certified medical aesthetician, licensed aesthetician, certified & licensed cosmetic & medical tattoo artist & a certified trainer. Her career in esthetics began in 2010. A passion for helping cancer patients & survivors lead her to the world of micro pigmentation. Wanting to help survivors achieve beautiful brows they lost thru treatment, revise scars from surgery & offer 3D areola for breast cancer warriors has became her drive. Also training & mentoring in "The Art of Beauty". Taylor is in full compliance with the State of Florida & North Carolina Health regulations, & uses only fully disposable instruments. She enjoys painting, designing & creating beautiful work whether on skin or canvas. Working along side her is her daughter Tyra, a micro blading artist & spray tan technician. At Raydiant Brows you can rest assure our products are all natural, paraben free, plant based & vegan. We choose to promote a healthy lifestyle by offering wellness treatments that enhances beauty to health conscience individuals. Call (561)670-5909. Consultations are always free. Most recent portfolio can be found by clicking on our instagram link at the bottom of this page.

Training credentials:

Palm beach Academy of Health & Beauty - Esthetics

AW Advance Skincare Training- Microneedling with fractional Meso-therapy

Tian Permanent Makeup Training Center New York- Permanent Makeup (cosmetic tattoo)

Nouveau Contour- Derma Pigmentation 3D Areola Breast Cancer

Tattoo removal, scar camouflage, scar revision, color correction.

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healing

The healing process of a cosmetic tattoo is different than a body art tattoo. Body art goes deeper into the skin using tattoo ink. Cosmetic tattoo is more superficial in implant & uses cosmetic pigment. Tattoo ink has larger molecules than cosmetic pigment. During the healing process your immune system will push the pigment out through your lymphatic system. What remains will be pushed down into the dermis. During this time your pigment will disappear. Skin will be healing. This involves itchy, flaky skin. As it finishes the remodeling period the pigment will again be visible. This happens with all cosmetic tattoo procedures from brows to lips & liner. Follow aftercare protocol for best retention & no infection.

                           444 25th st. unit #2 WPB Florida 33407 (561)670-5909