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What is Semi-permanent make-up?

Semi-Permanent Make-Up may also be known as cosmetic tattooing or micropigmentation. It is the process of depositing a specialised pigment into the skin to create the appearance of makeup or simply to add more definition of natural features such as eyebrows and lips. Unlike normal tattoos which last forever, the specially designed pigments used in semi-permanent make-up treatments are inserted into the dermal layer of the skin that fade gradually over a period of time.

Am I suitable for treatment?

Semi-permanent make-up is suitable for anyone and everyone. Whether you feel like you need to define your features, fill out sparse areas of hair or would love to wake up and have that ready to go look, then semi-permanent make-up is for you. 

Semi-permanent eyebrows have become extremely popular in both males and females of all ages to enhance, shape, and fill out sparse or pale brows. Results from semi-permanent eyebrows create confidence, have minimal maintenance , need zero effort and result in zero smudging no matter how busy your lifestyle.

*Please note- some medical conditions and medications mean you may not be suitable for semi-permanent make-up treatments. If you have any doubts please let us know upon booking and we will be able to guide you through suitability. We also recommend for certain medical conditions to seek advice from your GP.​

How long does SPMU last?

SPMU lasts for a number of years dependant on skin type, sun exposure and lifestyle. For example continuous and excessive sun exposure will result in pigments fading much faster than those not exposed to UV as often. Regular top-up treatments are recommended every 12-18 months to maintain perfect, crisp and fresh results.


Does SPMU hurt?

Although everyone's pain threshold differs, your comfort is of the utmost importance during your SPMU treatment. Numbing cream is applied before and during your treatment to minimalize any pain - although most people cannot feel pain once the numbing gel has been applied. 


How do I prepare for my treatment?

Once you are booked in and confirmed you will receive a patch test that must be completed a minimum of 24 hours prior to treatment. You will also receive an in depth pre-procedure advice document that will help you prepare perfectly for your treatment.

How do I look after my new SPMU?

A detailed after care form is provided at the end of the treatment. It is advised to avoid getting your brows wet for 24 hours and sun exposure is not advised for 30 days post treatment. Any questions regarding after care of the eyebrows please do not hesitate to contact me and I will send out the after care form to you.

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