Permanent Makeup St Louis Team & Inked Beauty Bar

Inked Beauty Bar
Permanent Makeup in
St Louis MO

Helping women feel beautiful from the inside out.


Inked Beauty Bar was founded by Emily Thomas. Emily is a licensed and insured Tattoo Artist, specializing in Permanent Makeup. She is a 3x certified Microblading artist and a licensed Cosmetologist of 11 years. Emily is committed to providing each client with the safest, most effective beauty treatments. Staying up to date on all the current trends and fashions enables the best personalized care for your looks and wellbeing. Want to hear more about available treatments? Give her a call today.

Success Stories

"Emily is the best in the business! I love my powder brows so much, she was fast & painless, funny and professional. She is knowledgeable. With her you are in the right hands. I love my brows so much! Thanks Emily!"

Brittney S

Wow!!! Emily is a magician! I had no brows and now I have beautiful full brows! I told her what I wanted and she nailed it. She seriously is THE BEST.

Erica G

Emily is FANTASTIC! My brows are perfect! I couldn't have dreamed of a better result! Shes incredibly talented, friendly, and professional. If you want the most perfect brows customized to your look, go see Emily!

Christi U

Permanent Makeup Services

Lips makeup


Lip Blushing

eyebrows makeup

Powder Brows

Subtle and Beautiful

Permanent Eyeliner

Perfect Enhancement

eyeliner makeup


Gorgeous Hair Strokes

Beautiful young girl with long eyelashes
Eyebrows Care. Closeup Of Woman Beautifu

Brow Lamination

Perfect and Fluffy

The Story of Inked Beauty Bar

Your Journey Begins Here

 Inked Beauty Bar was founded with one goal in mind: the well being of my clients. I believe that everybody deserves to feel beautiful, the variety of services I offer is suitable for every need. I strive to offer unique, safe and painless treatments for people of all ages. My extensive training allows me to offer only the best industry-approved, state-of-the-art technologies. I look forward to meeting you and discussing all of your Permanent Makeup dreams.  -Emily


Luxurious Eyebrows and Permanent Makeup in

St Louis

Permanent makeup and Microblading procedures commonly referred to as “cosmetic tattoos”, are not like the traditional tattoos that we currently know of. These procedures involve a special cosmetic pigment that is tattooed, or deposited into the upper layer of the skin to create the most natural look possible. Traditional tattoos penetrate multiple layers of skin to create something that lasts your lifetime. These permanent makeup procedures usually last for a few years. The value to you is that they take little to no effort to maintain, and completely eliminate the need for daily upkeep! We offer these services to residents of St. Louis, Chesterfield, St. Charles, and the neighboring areas of Missouri.

"Elegance is when the inside is as beautiful as the outside"

Coco Chanel


Permanent Makeup St Louis FAQS

How long does permanent eyebrow makeup last?

Even though these treatments are called “permanent”, none of them last forever. New techniques have emerged over the year, giving these treatments an updated version and name that seems to be way more suitable – semi-permanent makeup, if the effects are to be considered. Some of them last for more than ten years, while the others last for just 2 years.

What is the difference between Microblading and permanent makeup?

The major difference between microblading and permanent makeup is the method of application. With permanent makeup, a series of needles are either stacked or formed in a circle and a tattoo machine is used, vibrating to put the pigment into the skin. With this technique, the eyebrow area is filled in completely, whereas with microblading, the manual blade consisting of multiple micro needles creates fine hair-like strokes to create the look of full, more natural brows.

How does permanent makeup work?

A pigment is applied to the top layer of skin only, the procedure may still sting -- just like it does when you get a tattoo. Permanent makeup experts like Emily Thomas in St Louis, MO, use a hollow needle that releases color into a hole in your skin.

Is permanent makeup safe?

Permanent makeup is generally considered safe. It carries the same risks as other tattoos. The most serious is the risk of infection from improperly sanitized tools and equipment. At Ink Beauty Bar, we adhere to all of the proper rules and regulations to keep our amazing clients safe.


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