Cameron Stokes is a licensed aesthetician in Tyler, Texas a Center for Aesthetic and Laser Medicine Tyler (CALM Tyler).
Cameron graduated from The Salon Professional Academy in 2019 as a cosmetologist. She naturally found herself in aesthetics after instinctively building hobbies centered around uplifting women and helping them find their confidence and beauty within themselves. Cameron has a talent for accentuating the best in women with makeup. Her services include Microblading, Permanent Eyeliner, Lip liner, and Lip Blushing. From accentuating eyebrows to blushing a lip, Cameron’s artistic talent is evident in her semi-permanent makeup skills. Whether it’s a color match for your daily look, a special event, or an assist for semi-permanent brows and lips, Cameron’s gifts and passion are evident in her work.
Outside of work, Cameron enjoys landscaping, spending time with friends and family, trying new foods, finding new and exciting ways to move her body, and exploring different cities with her cherished fiancé Jakob.
Contact our office today to request a cosmetic consultation in Tyler, Texas with Cameron Stokes, LA.
If you have thin eyebrows and you want a long-lasting option to create a full, natural-looking brow line, microblading is an excellent option. This procedure is safe, effective, and can last up to three years with proper care. Keep reading to learn more or contact a U.S. Dermatology Partners location near your home or office to get started scheduling your first visit with one of our dermatology providers to discuss your cosmetic dermatology options, including microblading.
Microblading is a procedure that uses a bundle of ultra-fine needles to make small incisions in the skin and place pigment into the outer layers to create the ideal eyebrow shape for the person’s facial structure, skin tone, and general cosmetic goals. The ultra-fine needles make natural-looking eyebrow hairs that are custom shaded to blend seamlessly with the existing brow line. The effect is similar to tattooing, but the pigmentation is deposited into the upper layers of skin rather than the deep layers of skin as with tattoos. The results of microblading are long-lasting. However, over time, the semi-permanent pigmentation application will begin to fade, and regular reapplication is recommended to maintain the desired results.