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HOW LONG DOES IT LAST?

Permanent make-up is exactly that – permanent! 

 

The colour will fade over the years so a top up is recommended from 6 – 18 months to keep the colour looking fresh. 

 

There are several factors such as skin type, texture and how you look after them that will contribute to how much they fade, this will vary from client to client.

WHAT IS PERMANENT MAKEUP?

Permanent make-up also known as Semi-Permanent and Micro-pigmentation, is a process in which colour is deposited into the skin, not as deep as traditional tattooing techniques, to provide perfect eyeliner, the most precise lip contour, and natural looking perfect eyebrows that won’t need applying throughout the day.

​The technique is safe and can be life changing.

 

Most individuals benefit from this time saving procedure that will leave you looking effortlessly gorgeous and confident from the moment you wake up!

WILL IT HURT?

I use state of the art equipment that is designed with the customer in mind. 

 

It is no more painful than having your eyebrows tweezed. 

 

Every attention to detail is catered for to ensure you have the most pain free , safe treatment available.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? 

Permanent make-up will save you valuable time every morning. 

 

Each procedure will enhance your natural features so you can have a perfectly defined pout, beautifully shaped brows, which give an age defying lift and perfectly made up eyes from dusk till dawn, giving a wide eyed look just as beautiful as nature intended it. 

 

Working together we can find a look to suit you. From natural and understated to more striking and glamorous.

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HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Compared to other cosmetic treatments that are available today, permanent make up is a comparatively lower cost option. 

 

Like anything, the higher end of the market will always deliver the quality results people desire. 

 

For this reason, when considering a permanent cosmetic procedure, your decision should not be on price alone, but on the level of training qualifications and the level of service and hygiene provided.

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