Permanent Makeup

Trying to find out what permanent makeup is all about? Have a read below.

Permanent makeup also known as semi-permanent makeup and micro-pigmentation is a revolutionary beauty treatment used to enhance eyes, brows and lips to give a natural finish that imitates perfectly applied makeup.

The effect is achieved by infusing hypo-allergenic pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. The result can be as subtle or dramatic as you wish, to give a long lasting look that enhances your natural beauty.

Brows
If you want your brows to be fuller looking, enhance their shape, or perhaps you’ve lost your brows, then micro-pigmentation is for you.

Paying close attention to your colouring and face shape, your new eyebrows will be created through the simulation of natural brow hairs.

Eyes
Micro-pigmentation for eyes can create a defined liner or a subtle enhancement that wont smear, streak or run.

You can opt to enhance either your upper or lower lids, or both, in a variety of shades, with black being the most popular colour. No more tricky applications, just precision eyeliner that accentuates your eyes.

Lips
Enhance your mouth by amping up the colour of your lips and defining your lip shape and cupids bow.No more lipstick re-application after eating and kissing – your lips will always stay beautiful whatever the situation.

The Next Step
I hope you now have an insight into how micro-pigmentation can benefit you. The next step is to call or email to arrange a free no obligation consultation and see the results for yourself.

Who Chooses To Receive Micro-pigmentation?

  • Men and women who want to look their best at all times
  • Anyone who desires freedom from daily make-up application
  • Busy people with little time to apply make-up
  • People with allergies to conventional make-up
  • Those unable to apply make-up due to physical conditions
  • Alopecia and chemotherapy sufferers
  • People with sparse or no eyebrows / eyelashes
  • Contact lens wearers
  • Those seeking to correct asymmetrical facial features
  • Accident victims which has resulted in scaring or asymmetry
  • Burn survivors
  • People with scarring due to surgery
  • People with skin conditions that result in hypo-pigmented areas of skin
  • People with medical conditions such as albinism and thyroidism
  • Those requiring areola reconstruction
  • Men and women who suffer with hair loss