Mackenzie Rae Peirce is the owner and artist for Mack Rae Permanent Cosmetics and is a licensed micro-pigmentologist under the Arkansas Department of Health. She trained in Fort Smith, AR specializing in permanent cosmetics. Although Mackenzie trained in Fort Smith, she taught herself the technique of microblading, spending countless hours learning her trade. She attended a weekend training course in Los Angelos, California to per-fect her technique. She is known for her quick learning, attention to detail, and quality results. She gets to know each individual client to give them their desired new look and is happy to do it. Starting her business has been the turning point for all permanent cosmetics in Central Arkansas. Mack Rae has been featured in several local news stories, including KATV twice, and THV11 and has done work for many news anchors you see on TV. She's been recognized for her superb work, sanitary environment, professionalism, and for her ability to correct others work.
Mackenzie grew up local in Sherwood, Arkansas and graduated from Sylvan Hills High School, then later Pulaski Tech and University of Central Arkansas for college with a degree in Art. Her love affair with cosmetics began her freshman year of college while doing make-up for her many friends.
Before training to be a micro-pigmentologist, Mackenzie was a stay-at-home parent. She is married to Nicholas Peirce, co-owner and tattoo artist at Diamond State Tattoo Parlor. When not working, she dedicates her free time to her three beautiful children; Tanner, Thor, and Hendrix. She, along with her husband, also dedicates her free time to being a class leader in the Reality Student Ministry at her church in North Little Rock, at First Assembly of God.