What to do before your treatment?
Semi Permanent Make up – also known as micro-pigmentation and cosmetic tattooing is an advanced form of tattooing in which medical grade pigments are infused into the dermal layer of the skin in order to create a shadow of colour that mimics perfectly applied make-up in soft natural tones of colour. And because the pigment sits in the skin, the effect remains all day.
Will I receive a consultation?Prior to the enhancement procedure you will receive a comprehensive consultation during which you will have the opportunity to discuss the results you wish to achieve. If there is a specific look that you particularly like, you should bring with you your make-up or picture indicating that look, as this will help you communicate your preferences to the permanent make-up artist.
Who has permanent make-up?People who currently use eyebrow pencils and eyeliner.
Sufferers of hay fever or make-up allergies.
People who play a lot of sports.
People who suffer from a visual impairment.
People who suffer from alopecia or sparse eyebrows. Professionals or mothers who have no time to apply make-up.
Those wanting a non surgical anti ageing solution.
How will I benefit from having a treatment done?You will not need to apply, repair or remove your make-up.
How long will my treatment last?Your treatment will gradually fade over a period of time, however we do recommend to have a colour boost or top up procedure every 12 -18 months, to keep your treatment looking fresh.
What will my treatment look like immediately after?The colour will appear a shade darker than the desired result for up to 3-7 days, and you may have some swelling & mild redness for the next 24 hours. You will not need any down time or to take time off work after your procedure.
How to find the right technician for you?Cosmetic tattooing is not a treatment or decision to be made lightly. This is one area, ladies, where you need to do your research and you do not want to choose a technical who has inadequate education or cuts corners. Heres what you need to look for...
Questions to ask your technician:Are you insured to carry out this procedure?