Semi-permanent make-up is a procedure where pigments are planted just under the surface of the skin to create an eyeliner, eyebrow shape or even a lip liner. This is using a tattoo machine specifically designed for semi-permanent make-up. When the colour is implanted it will sit slightly deeper, giving a thicker more prominent look.
These procedures are becoming more popular with women with medical conditions that result in hair loss or ladies who like to have a long-lasting and smudge-free effect.
Semi-permanent make-up generally lasts for 18-24 months depending on age and skin type.
Blush Eyebrows (using SPMU machine)
|Blush Eyebrows First Procedures||£215.00|
|Eyeliner First Procedure||£160.00|
Patch tests are required at least 24 hours before treatment.
This originated in East Asia, taken from the bamboo tattoo method. It is the oldest technique of implanting pigment into skin. Microblading is also known as Eyebrow Embroidery.
Using a hand held pen with a disposable blade fine lines are etched into the skin, following the natural shape of the eyebrow. This technique deposits the pigment closer to the surface leaving the lines crisper yet may not last as long as the machine method.
A hand held tool is used to produce a natural hair stroke.
Micro-pigmentation Aftercare Advice
Should you have any queries, or you feel your treatment is not healing as explained please get in contact with me. Do not panic if the area becomes red or swollen, or the colour initially looks dark and intense- this is normal and the colour will fade during the healing process.
Additional treatments cannot be undertaken until the area is completely healed. A 4-6 week healing time is required before any further treatment can proceed.
Key healing points
Please contact me if you are concerned with your treatment
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