What is Semi Permanent Make Up?
These treatments are an advanced technique for applying natural looking make up and is also known as Micro pigmentation. It is a term used for applying coloured hypoallergenic pigments into the dermal layer of the skin and is a form of cosmetic tattooing.
How does it work?
During the procedure, small amounts of pigment will be implanted into the skin producing make up that can last for years, and after time fades gradually. The pigment is made of natural iron oxide and its enhancements are so natural you would never know that ‘mother nature’ had not provided them.
It is used to enhance facial features and is revolutionary in the world of cosmetics as we know it today. Women, of all ages are experiencing the benefits of semi permanent make up. The pigments used are non reactive and virtually limitless in the choice of colours available. A definitive time cannot be given to its longevity, this is dependent on the choice of colour, age and skin type. Cosmetic tattooing can not be washed off but will fade in time. However, we do recommend a re-touch every 1 to 2 years, keeping it looking fresh and in tip top condition.
It is not intended to replace cosmetics entirely, and when you want to enjoy an evening out, you can apply as much additional make up as you desire. The colour is placed ‘in’ your skin and a more natural softer look emerges, leaving you with eyebrows that frame your face, eyeliner giving you the wide awake look and full sultry looking lips 24/7.
This procedure is perfectly safe and is approved by the medical industry. The equipment used is manufactured to medical standards and is used in hospitals.
Is it safe?
Semi permanent make up treatment is carried out by professional technicians and is safe. This technique has also been medically approved. The pigments used in this procedure are made from natural minerals and are chosen based on their non-toxic and hypoallergenic properties. This treatment is trusted and recommended by cosmetic surgeons and technicians throughout the world.
Technicians carrying out this treatment adhere to strict sanitation and hygiene procedures and use sterile needles in order to ensure…