by Inga Volegov

Say goodbye to hours spent on daily makeup! I give you a flawless look every day.

Serving Sedalia, Warrensburg, Marshall, Clinton, Tipton, Smithton, Cole Camp, Warsaw, Lincoln, Knob Noster, Greenridge, MO and surrounding areas




    I’m qualified, insured and licensed PMU artist in the state of Missouri.


    I’ve been doing Permanent makeup since 2019.


    With me you’re sure to get a custom and individual approach to each person based on the facial features. NO TEMPLATES!


    I constantly improve my skills and take advanced training courses to perform the best procedures to my clients.

Your safety - my main priority!
Your safety - my main priority!





satisfied clients



best pmu techniques

years of experience

trainings passed






"3D powder" eyebrows


"Lipstick effect"
lip blush


Shaded lash


lip blush







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Deposit:A $50 non-refundable deposit is required to schedule your appointment at the time of scheduling. The deposit will go towards your procedure on the day of your appointment.

Balance is due the day of your procedure. We accept сash, credit and debit cards, Venmo, Apple Pay as forms of payment.

A 48-hour cancellation notice is required. If you need to reschedule your appointment please send me DM, email, text message or by calling within 24 hours.

An additional deposit will be required to make a new appointment if 2 appointments are missed or canceled. Please be respectful with my time as I am we with yours.

To avoid unfair delays to other clients, if you are more than 15 minutes late to your appointment it may be necessary to reschedule.

No children under the age of 18 are allowed in the room during a procedure.

You cannot be pregnant or nursing and get a service done.

"VIP PMU by Inga Volegov" reserve the right to refuse services to anyone.

  • Result

    I cannot guarantee healed results on anyone. Final results will vary for everyone. Some brow product/makeup may still be required to give you the results you desire ( touch up ).
    Any additional sessions after your first procedure will be charged accordingly.
    Some people may need up to 3 sessions which will be an additional fee!
    Additional session fee depends on the cost of an initial procedure as well as the date of follow up appointent.

  • Agreement

    By booking an appointment you agree to all "VIP PMU by Inga Volegov" policies.

  • Recommendations before the procedure

    It is better to make an appointment with the artist if you are not sure exactly whether you want or are ready for the procedure. Think in advance about the shape, color, and width of permanent makeup you would like to get! Bring your favorite lipstick, pencil, and eye shadow to the appointment. It’s better to come with makeup to see exactly how you’d like to see yourself after PM.• Do not drink alcohol in large quantities the day before the visit.• Before visiting, it is important to familiarize yourself with all the contraindications, the process of healing, and the engraftment of pigment (the artist will help you with this).• It is not allowed to do cleansing, peeling, or any traumatic procedures or injections 10 days before the procedure.• Do not drink coffee, tea, or energy drinks 4 hours before the procedure.• Do not take fish oil or any blood thinners prior to your appointment.• If you wear contact lenses, be sure to take a container for them to the procedure.• Be sure to notify the artist before your appointment if you are sick. Get well, and then come back for the procedure!• DO NOT COME: under the influence of alcohol or drugs, with a hangover!• DO NOT bring your PETS! I’m qualified, insured and licensed PMU artist in the state of Missouri.I’ve been doing Permanent makeup since 2019.With me you’re sure to get a custom and individual approach to each person based on the facial features. NO TEMPLATES!I constantly improve my skills and take advanced training courses to perform the best procedures to my clients.




Frequently asked questions

  • What exactly is permanent makeup?

    Permanent makeup is a safe, natural alternative to a regular makeup that most women apply every day. It is a non-surgical process of implanting pigments into the shallow dermal layers of the skin to create or enhance a cosmetic appearance and which lasts for a long period of time. Permanent cosmetics is a great solution for those who would like to have natural looking makeup that lasts for years. Procedures include eyebrows, eyeliner and lips; advance procedures include scar camouflage and areola re-pigmentation.

  • Is Permanent makeup safe?

    Yes, it is safe when you work with a trained and licensed technician. Remember, it’s your responsibility to make sure you choose a professional who is licensed and insured to practice in your state.

  • Is it painful?

    Before the procedure you'll receive a topical anesthetic that will help you to feel comfortable during the procedure. You might feel a tickling sensation while the pigment is being applied.

  • Does it look fake?

    Not at all. Permanent makeup provides a more natural look than a traditional makeup. Moreover, no one will know you have a permanent makeup unless you tell them.

  • Why would you consider to have Permanent Makeup?

    There are a number of reasons why clients decide to have Semi Permanent Makeup:• To save time, if you have a busy lifestyle and want beautifully symmetrical brows liner and lips that look natural and professionally applied day and night without having to spend ages on a rigorous makeup routine, then Semi Permanent Makeup will be perfect for you. You will have perfect makeup even when you go swimming, or do any other kind of aerobic sport that induces perspiration, without your makeup smudging or running.• To create a more youthful appearance, by recontouring your brow shape, lifting the arch and defining the tails, or redefining your lip line, you can enhance your natural features giving you a more youthful look without the need for cosmetic surgery.• Sensitive Clients, the pigments we use are hypo-allergenic so they are perfect for clients who have allergies to conventional makeup.• Confidence boosting, Cosmetic Tattooing can help clients suffering with hair loss due to Alopecia or Chemotherapy.• Health issues, Semi Permanent Makeup can help clients with conditions that cause tremors in their hands which make the application of makeup almost impossible, and also clients with diminishing eyesight that can’t see to apply their makeup can benefit hugely from Semi Permanent Makeup.Whatever your age, whether 18 or 80, Semi Permanent Makeup can give you extra confidence knowing that you can look your best 24 hours a day.

  • How does semi permanent makeup differ from a tattoo?

    Semi permanent make up does not go as deep into the skin as a tattoo does.The equipment used is of finer quality for use on the sensitive areas of the face, and a topical anaesthetic is also applied, which makes the procedure more comfortable.

  • Am I suitable for Semi Permanent Makeup? What ethnicities do you treat?

    Most people are suitable for some form of Semi Permanent makeup.Cosmetic tattooing is suitable for all ethnicities. I have an excellent understanding of skin analysis, skin tones and colour theory which enables me to carry out Semi Permanent Makeup procedures on almost any skin type.

  • How should I choose my makeup technician?

    Research a potential technician, evaluate their portfolio and read real client reviews. Ask technicians where they were trained and what certifications they have. Scheduling a consultation with your potential artist is highly recommended.

  • Will I lose my natural brow hair by having the procedure?

    No I will work with your natural brow hair, this way it enhances your natural look.You do not need to pluck or shave hairs prior to the procedure. I recommend that you don’t pluck for at least 5 days prior to treatment so that the pigment doesn’t migrate into the hair follicle pores.

  • Will I still need to tweeze?

    Yes, Semi Permanent Makeup will not interfere with your natural hair growth so you will still need to tweeze stray hairs. However, I would advise to avoid tweezing for approximately 5 days prior to the brow procedure, otherwise pigment can migrate into spots left by the plucked hair follicle.

  • Do I have a choice of shape and colours?

    Yes, the colours used are all individually mixed according to your personal requirements and skin type. The shape is drawn on and measured beforehand so you can see exactly what it will look like before any tattooing takes place. We will not start any treatment until you are totally happy with the chosen colour and shape. We work together on creating your desired look.

  • How long will my appointment take?

    The initial appointment generally takes two hours. Follow-up (2nd session) appointment takes about an hour and a half.

  • What are PMU Stages?

    1. Consultation with the artistIn the beginning, it is important to choose the color of the pigment, as well as the shape of PM. The client can ask all the questions and tell what flaws need to be covered during the consultation. The artist will tell you how the skin will heal and how to take care of it.2. Preparing a sketchThe artist draws a marking on the skin with a special pencil or pen. Sketching depends entirely on the shape of the client’s face and is completely individual. NO templates! After the first sketch is done, the client determines whether they like it or not. At this stage, you can still make adjustments, change the shape and choose a color.3. PreparationAt this stage, the artist prepares the equipment for work. It must be stored in a strong envelope: after each use, it must go through several stages of disinfecting. Needles are single-use tools. Also at this stage, the artist prepares the pigment, making an individual mix if necessary.4. AnesthesiaSince nerve endings react during the procedure, we can apply an anesthetic cream beforehand. It is applied in a thin layer with a special brush inside the borders of the sketch, then we leave it for 10–15 minutes so that it starts to work. The second time an anesthesia solution is applied to the damaged skin during the work.5. Applying a pigmentIt is important to trust the artist and relax. During the procedure, the client lies on the couch, and it is possible to put a roller under the back and neck for convenience.6. CorrectionThis is a separate procedure, which can be done 30–45 days later but no later than 3 months after the main PM. The pigment may partially wear off during skin recovery. The artist additionally injects a pigment to remove all the shortcomings during the correction. It takes 1.5 hours

  • Why is a consultation necessary beforehand?

    This will give you an opportunity to meet me and discuss your expectations regarding your procedure and any features you may wish to correct or balance. We will discuss your wishes and what look you would like, and also what is realistic and what can be achieved. We will explore with you which treatments will best enhance your natural features and from this discussion I will be able to recommend the specific treatments that will best achieve the effect that you are looking for. The consultation is one to one as it is of the most importance that you feel comfortable with me and are able to ask any questions or discuss any worries you may have. YOU SHOULD NEVER LET SOMEONE TATTOO YOUR FACE THAT YOU ARE NOT COMFORTABLE WITH.You may also request a patch test at this point to make sure that you are not allergic to the pigments or anesthetics should you wish to go ahead with the treatment.

  • What is the healing process?

    During the healing process, skin will form scabs and appear darker or brighter the first week after the procedure. Taking care of scabs will be a number one priority since they protect pigment while the skin is healing. Following aftercare instructions during the healing process is a must.

  • How long is the recovery after a Semi Permanent Makeup procedure?

    Recovery time is minimal. You can carry on with your normal everyday life immediately. You will be given an aftercare kit and instructions to follow after your procedure and you can expect the colour to be 70% darker immediately after the procedure. You may also experience a slight minimal swelling especially on eyeliner procedures as the skin is very thin in this area. This will only last a day or two, then the exfoliation process will begin with the treated area flaking to reveal a lighter and more natural colour underneath which is less bold with a reduction in width as well as depth of colour.In many cases the client may wish to go darker on their next top up appointment, but it is always best to go lighter on the first procedure, as it is easier to add more colour than to remove it.

  • What will it look like after the procedure?

    Immediately after the treatment the colour will look 70% darker initially but will lighten down to the desired shade within 5-7 days. The healed colour is different from the colour that is initially placed into the skin.Your Semi Permanent makeup will never be too dark for you because we test the colour on the skin first so you can see how it will look once it has healed.We also err on the side of caution and intentionally apply the colour too lightly in the first session and then go slightly darker in the second. It is easier to add more colour than to take away.

  • How many appointments will I need?

    Most clients need 2-3 sessions to achieve the desired look depending on PMU zone and client’s case.

  • How long do I have to wait after my initial treatment before my top up appointment?

    You will have to wait a minimium of 4 weeks to allow the pigment to heal into the skin, but the follow up appointment should be done within a maximium of 12 weeks, so that we can perfect any uneveness or patches depending how well the pigment has healed into the skin

  • Does it matter if I have Botox or fillers?

    No it doesn’t matter if you have either of these. However, I would not perform a Semi Permanent Makeup procedure on someone who has had, or is going to have either of these within 6 weeks of the Botox or fillers as there is a risk of the Semi Permanent Makeup being placed in the wrong place as a result.

  • Do I have options when it comes to makeup colors?

    Yes. You can choose from a wide range of colors that can be lightened or darkened according to your preferences. If you're unsure about the color you'd like to use, talk with your technician. Learning how to choose the right colors is an integral part of any aesthetic professional training.

  • I have sensitive eyes. Will permanent makeup work for me?

    Many women with sensitive eyes choose permanent makeup as an alternate to the eye irritation caused by traditional cosmetics. If you have very sensitive skin, an initial patch test may be necessary.

  • What are my options if I don't like the results?

    Corrections can be pricey. Remember, it’s your responsibility to make sure you choose a professional who is licensed and insured to practice in your state.

  • How long can I expect my Permanent Makeup to last?

    Permanent Make up usually lasts between 1-3 years, which varies with each individual person. Pigments fade overtime, but depends on several factors, including your age, skin type, lifestyle, general health, if you are taking medication, and the main factor, exposure to external elements, especially UV rays from sun exposure or tanning beds. Over exposure to the sun will cause your Semi Permanent Makeup to fade more quickly, as the sun causes the skin cells to break down and disperse and so the pigments disperse with them. The darker colours usually tend to last longer than the lighter colours.I usually recommend a colour boost approximately every 1-2 years to maintain the clarity and definition of your Semi Permanent Makeup to keep it looking really fresh. If pigments are not refreshed, they will fade completely.

  • Is permanent makeup/microblading right for you?

    Clients who have any of the listed below contraindications are NOT candidates for Permanent Makeup/Microblading procedure.- Diabetes Mellitus- Glaucoma- Cancer, Leukemia, Sarcomas- Bleeding Disorders ie. Hemophilia A or B, Von Willebrand Disease, Sickle Cell- Vitiligo- Psoriasis, Eczema- Taking Retin-A, Differin, Tazorac, Isotretinoin- Active Herpes Outbreak- HIV, AIDS- Hepatitis- Pregnant or Nursing- Taking Anti-Coagulation Medications- Epilepsy- Keloids or Hypertrophic Scarring- Severe Acne In and Around Eyebrows- Severe Allergies- Used Accutane in the past year- Allergic To Anesthetic (Lidocaine)