Medical Micropigmentation after Mastectomy
Virtual Areola Replication:
Making Breast Cancer Survivors Whole Again
At cathi.ink, we are ‘life changer’ for breast cancer survivors - giving the full-on sexy back to mastectomy soldiers by restoring breast and face beauty as the easiest, most colorful, permanent! and exciting feminine emotional fulfillment, as well as creating aesthetic fulfillment for male survivors.
Master level Areola Architect and professional fine artist Cathi Locati will travel anywhere in the world or you can find her in New York implanting aesthetics of the skin for breast cancer survivors using permanent ink, in 3D, creating extraordinary MicroPigmentation after mastectomy: areola’s, nipples, breasts, and semi-permanent cosmetics for the face: eyebrows, eyeliner and lips. Cathi creates decorative mastectomy covers such as dragonflies, flowers, corsets or bras (medical version of a tattoo implanted onto soft breastmounds).
Award winning, certified, licensed Areola Architect Cathi Locati is the most highly trained expert and professional fine artist in her field. She creates with precision and talent the most superior PERMANENT Modern Micropigmentation available on the market today with brilliant organic ink, in an artist's studio atmosphere, sanitized, sterilized and surrounded by beautiful fine art, peace and quiet.
New invention exclusively for ‘no reconstruction no implant’ survivors: 7th Dimension Illusion BreastmoundsTM are 3D whole breast replications on flat chests.
If you are a breast cancer survivor, please navigate through this site by hovering over the words START HERE at the top, follow #1, #2, #3, #4 in that order. Find the contact form under #4, fill it out and submit to contact Cathi Locati. Thank you and have fun discovering how fantastic you can look, in the blink of an eye - its done! And you have full color areola's nipples, beautiful!
Fashion photo above with purple scarf by Theik Smith Photography, see blog and Areola Architect story: http://www.theiksmithphotography.com/blog/2015/1/photo-story-the-red-storm-nsfw