Permanent Makeup by Michelle

Permanent Makeup by Michelle
Michelle Keith, RN


Over 17 years experience in permanent makeup and
more than 10,000 procedures performed.



Michelle Keith, RN

Michelle Keith, RN

My practice focuses on medical micropigmentation, also known as permanent makeup, including lips, eyeliner, brows, and areolar restoration for patients that have undergone breast surgical procedures. I also perform microblading eyebrow procedures that are semi-permanent procedures.



















1996 - Oklahoma City Community College - Associate in Science
2000 - Oklahoma City University - Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Cum Laude
2000 - American Institute of Inradermal Cosmetics - Basic Training - Arlington, TX.
(Training with coil machine and power pen)
2000 - Institute of American Aesthetics and Permanent Make-Up - Los Angeles, CA.
(Sof-tap training with manual tools)
2001 - Local Anesthesia Course - University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry

  • Topical anesthetics

  • Infiltrations (injections)

  • Dental blocks

2001 - American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics - Advance Training - Arlington, TX
2002 - American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics - Advance Training - Arlington, TX
2006 - American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics - Paramedical Training - Fort Worth, TX

  • Areola color restoration

  • Alopecia camouflaging

  • Scar camouflaging

  • Vitiligo (pigment restoration) for the epidermis (skin)

2016 - Micro Blading - Brown Design International


Registered Nurse - Oklahoma license active
Certified Medical Micro-pigmentologist - Oklahoma State Health Department


2000 - Present - Oklahoma State Health Department Certification

2002 - Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Dedication and Service to the International Intradermal Cosmetic Expo


1996 - Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society of the Two Year College

2000 - 2010 - Sigma Theta Tau International - Honor Society of Nursing

2000 - 2017 - Oklahoma Health Department Certification

2001 - 2017 - SPCP - The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals

2006 - 2017 - The American Academy of Micro-Pigmentation

2006 - 2010 - Alliance of Safe Practice (Permanent Make-Up & Tattoo Industry)


People who choose permanent makeup include:

  • Busy people with little time to apply make-up
  • People with allergies to conventional make-up
  • Those seeking to correct asymmetrical facial features
  • Models, actors and entertainers
  • Both men and women
  • Burn survivors and people with flawed skin
  • Those with Parkinson's Disease
  • Men with thinning eyebrows
  • Athletic people and those with oily skin who tend to shed make-up easily
  • Chemotherapy patients who have lost, sparse, or uneven eyebrows
  • Those who have Cerebral Palsy or Multiple Sclerosis that limits your motore skills
  • Those with Prebyopia or other visual limitations
  • Women who have had a mastectomy. Areolas can be repigmented and recreated