Semi-Permanent Make Up

  • A must have treatment for those who wish to achieve longer lasting definition to facial features

  • Extremely beneficial in situations where hair loss or scaring have affected an areas appearance.

  • Suitable for both men and woman and can be applied to almost any area of the body.

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Semi-Permanent

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Semi Permanent makeup is an ideal treatment for those who wish to achieve longer lasting definition to facial features.

The treatment itself utilises a procedure known as micro-pigmentation, a process similar to conventional tattooing, where a pigment is implanted in order to produce an area of colour or texture.

The treatment is suitable for almost any area of the body and can be applied to both men and women. Each application can be adapted to your exact requirements and the treatment can be extremely beneficial in situations where hair loss or scaring have affected an areas appearance.

How Long Does It Last?

The colour will fade over the years so a top up is recommended every 18 months to keep the colour looking vibrant. Semi permanent makeup usually lasts between 12 - 18 months depending on your lifestyle. Unfortunately continued sun exposure will prematurely fade permanent makeup, therefore a good SPF cream is recommended in order to prolong its appearance.

How long does the treatment take?

Treatment times vary, however the average treatment will take 90mins. A re-touch is required 4 weeks to 3 months after your initial appointment.

How much does a treatment cost?

As each treatment is client specific, full costs will be explained during your initial consultation.

Will It Hurt?

State of the art equipment is used that is designed with the client in mind. Although no two individuals are the same, most clients report the sensation to be no more painful than having your eyebrows tweezed.

Am I suitable for Semi-Permanent Make Up?

Most people are suitable for some form of micro-pigmentation, although limitations do exist. During your initial consultation we will discuss any restrictions in conjunction with your expectations and explain the achievable results in detail.