At Tuesday’s Highland Village City Council meeting, members voted to approve the first reading of an ordinance that would amend the use and development regulations for property located at 2910 Justin Road.
If approved business owner Sandi Hammons plans to move her businesses—Permanent Makeup Educators LLC and Premier Pigments—to the building, which was formerly occupied by Tutor Time.
Upon acquisition of the business, uses would include the training, education and certification of permanent cosmetic technicians as well as the sale and distribution of permanent cosmetic supplies.
Permanent cosmetic procedures would be done there as well. Permanent cosmetics is a specialized form of cosmetic tattooing used to enhance facial features. The most common applications involve the depositing of color pigments into the eyebrows, eyeliners and lip areas.