eminence

by petra

Why have Permanent Makeup?

Think about how you would feel looking your best all the time! How convenient would it be to enjoy perfect shaped eyebrows, great looking eyeliner to enhance your eyes and perfect contoured lips; all without the effort, time and problems of applying your make-up.

Is Permanent Makeup safe?

Safe and medically approved. All pigments are made of natural minerals that are selected for their safe, non-toxic and hypo allergenic properties. At all times, we adhere to the strictest hygiene and sanitation procedures. Health and welfare is our up most importance.

Does Permanent Makeup hurt?

A topical anesthetic is applied prior to treatment to minimise any discomfort. At all times the procedure is performed with your comfort in mind.

How long will Permanent Makeup last?

Permanent makeup can last for many years but this is dependent on many factors including skin type, lifestyle and sun exposure. A touch up may be required to restore after the original procedure. Many procedures last up to ten years with little to no intervention.

Testimonials

"I work and have 2 young children and just don’t have time to apply make up in the morning. Now with my permanent make up I just don’t need too"
Julieanne, Reading

"Thankyou so much for giving me perfect eyebrows, they look amazing and make such a difference"
Hannah, London

Is Permanent Makeup expensive?

The cost of permanent make-up is little compared to the cost of purchasing make-up, if you look at the long-term cost and effects.

What do I do next?

Next step is to arrange a consultation. At the consultation a skin patch test will be conducted, to ensure your suitability to the treatment. At the consultation you will receive a full-personalised colour analysis, which will take into account your individual skin undertones, hair and eye colour. We will discuss your requirements and explain how this can be achieved. Initial treatments can take up to two hours to complete.

How will it look when it’s finished?

The treatment will be slightly darker when first carried out but this will diminish during the healing process which is between 5 and 10 days. After care instructions are provided to ensure that your permanent makeup will last for many years to come.

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