semi permanent make up
Our semi permanent make up treatments are tailor made for your individual look and lifestyle. Most clients want to look groomed with less effort & time. Treatments are available for eyes, brows & lips. The effects available can range from a natural enhancement to subtly improve the facial features to the imitation of make-up.
Q. What is permanent make up?
A. Permanent Make up is a type of cosmetic tattooing (also known as micropigmentation). The most common treatments are available for eyes, brows, lips. The effects available can range from a natural enhancement to subtly improve the facial features to the imitation of make-up. Results last approximately 18 months. We offer a top up/colour boost service at 12 months for a reduced cost.
Q. How long will the treatment take?
A.Treatment times vary depending on how advanced or detailed the required result is. Although some treatments may take as little as 1 hour, you should set aside 2 hours for your appointment. A second appointment to top up the final healed colour is included in the price. This usually takes place around 4 -6 weeks after the initial treatment and takes around 30 minutes - 1 hour.
Q. Where will I have the treatment?
A. Treatment is in our dedicated room that is licenced by the local council. We are fully qualified & fully insured
Q. Will it hurt?
A. Permanent cosmetics is far gentler than you might imagine. The specialist equipment used is refined, quiet and gentle. Many clients comment that the treatment is no more painful than having their eyebrows tweezed.
Q. How long will I take to heal?
A. Everyone is different, but as a general rule the surface skin generally heals between 3-7 days after the treatment, and 10-14 days below the surface.
Q. Is there any aftercare?
A. We provide you with your aftercare kit that contains cream that needs to be applied for a few days & an advice sheet with a few do's and don't's for the first 14 days of healing.
Q. Can I discuss this more with a trained professional? A. Yes we offer free consultations to answer any further questions and to discuss your requirements. Should you decide to go ahead with the treatment a patch test will be required.