With an increase in public awareness, permanent make-up has become a hot topic. Permanent cosmetics have been worn by actresses and models since the early 1900's; however, until just recently, there has been little publicity about their availability. Even before the turn of the century, make-up was being permanently applied. A newsreel from the 1940's shows plastic surgeon Dr. J.H. Bell of London, England, applying permanent make-up to one of his female patients.


Oprah asks G.J. and her guest, "What all is tattooed
on you?" "Everything!" G.J. replies.

When G.J. and her client were guests on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Oprah asked G.J. and her client, "What all is tattooed on you?" "Everything!" G.J. said, and goes on to explain that in the eyebrow and eyelash area, dermapigmentation (cosmetic tattooing) is used to simulate hair growth to the point that one cannot tell, without touching the pigmented area, that it is not real hair.


Jennifer tells Joan, "You can kiss me and it
won't come off."
    G.J. and/or Jennifer have appeared as guests on the following national television talk shows:
     
  • The Oprah Winfrey Show
  • The Joan Rivers Show
  • The Montel Williams Show
  • Lifetime's Attitudes
  • Queens

G. J. was one of the founding members of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (S.P.C.P.) and Jennifer was one of the organization's first approved trainers.
Both G.J. and Jennifer have lectured at the S.P.C.P.'s conventions.