Who can benefit from Semi-permanent Make-up?
- Anyone who desires the freedom from daily makeup application but who wishes to look their best at all times.
- Busy people who have little time to apply makeup.
- People with allergies to conventional makeup.
- Very active, athletic, sporty people who cannot continuously reapply cosmetics.
- Men and women who have concerns about facial asymmetries.
- Partially sighted or blind people.
- Physically disabled people who find it difficult to apply makeup.
- People who have lost eyebrows and eyelashes due to alopecia or chemotherapy.
What is semi-permanent make-up?
Also known as Micro pigmentation, this cosmetic enhancement procedure uses advanced techniques to implant ‘hypoallergenic’ pigments into the ‘shallow’ dermal layer of the skin.
What are the benefits of Microdermabrasion?
The digital technology system used in these procedures is state of the art. The pigment delivery system is recognized as one of the safest on the market today. The applicators used during the procedure are sterile, individually packaged and intended for ‘one time’ use only, the disposal of which is always shown to the client at the end of ‘each’ treatment. The stringent clinical environment ensures that all equipment is covered by protective coverings which are also disposed of at the end of each treatment thus eliminating risk of cross-contamination.
How is the procedure carried out?
A minimum of 24 hours prior to the treatment commencing, a pigment ‘patch test’ is performed by placing a tiny amount of pigment into the skin usually in the hairline behind the ear, this is to ensure there is no allergy to the pigment.
On the day of the treatment a thorough consultation will be conducted which will include an assessment of your skin colour and face shape. Suggestions may be offered regarding the enhancement of your natural beauty, and once you are happy with the colour effect chosen, a design is created to ensure you are completely happy with the shape before the procedure commences. Discussing in detail your desired outcomes will ensure the unique look created will be exactly as you desire. Essential to the procedure is the follow up or ‘top-up’ treatment carried out 4-6 weeks later enabling the fine tuning of colour density and making sure the pigments are retained uniformly.
How long does the treatment take?
Actual procedure times vary between 30 minutes upwards per area. Usually 1 hour 15 mins is allocated for the complete treatment as described above.
What will I look like after the procedure?
Immediately after and for the first few days the colour intensity will appear significantly darker and more intense but will subsequently lighten. Mild redness and swelling may be apparent for the first couple of days, however normal activity can be resumed immediately following the procedure.
How long will it last?
Enhancements can last anything from 1 – 5 years dependant on factors such as age, exposure to U.V. and swimming. Usually clients who wish to maintain the colour intensity of their enhancement will return every 12-18 months for a ‘refresher’ treatment. These treatments take much less time to complete, the price of which is therefore reflected accordingly.
How does the procedure feel?
Topical anaesthetics (eg creams) are used to minimise discomfort.
How much does it cost?
(Normally £350) £300
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