WakeUp MadeUp Permanent & Corrective Cosmetics was established in August of 2004 and is located in the middle of downtown Dyer, Tennessee, a small town in the northwestern part of the state in Gibson County. With Duncan's Pharmacy on one corner and Dyer City Hall on the other, you will find WakeUp MadeUp right in the middle.
Serving clients in West and Middle Tennessee, many have traveled for miles and spent hours on the road to have their procedures done at WMPCC. Along with a local clientele, WakeUp MadeUp has provided permanent cosmetics for visitors from California, Florida, Delaware, New York, Kentucky, Illinois, Alabama, and even Canada.
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136 W. Front St. S.
Dyer, TN 38330
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Meet Kathy and her husband, Paul!
My name is Kathy C. James and I want to welcome you to WakeUp MadeUp Permanent & Corrective Cosmetics. After years of applying over-the-counter cosmetics, I wanted a way to save time and still look like I had invested all morning in putting them on. I knew when I heard about permanent cosmetics, not only did I want them, but I needed them. Eyebrows was first on my list so I made the choice to train for a career in permanent cosmetics. After doing much research on the internet, I was fortunate to find the AnVanti Clinic of Permanent Cosmetics in Delafield, Wisconsin. I trained under a wonderful instructor named Lynn Duncan, who is a well-known professional in the permanent cosmetics world, having had magazine articles published about her expertise and accomplishments. I owe my appreciation to Lynn for all of her training and the satisfaction I have experienced in this profession.
My husband, Paul, and I have been married 33 years and we reside in Trenton, TN. Paul is medically retired, having been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1992.