So, what is Semi-Permanent Makeup, and how does it work?
Semi-Permanent Makeup is an advanced technique that involves a highly skilled technician using specialist equipment, inserting pigment into the top layer of skin to create or enhance the features of the face. The procedure is much less invasive than standard tattoos.
During a Semi-Permanent Makeup Treatment, the pigment is inserted into the more superficial layers of the skin. Whilst traditional tattooing requites deeper insertion of pigment.
The pigments used in Semi-Permanent Make-Up are pharmaceutical grade and designed to gradually fade over time. They are available in a vast range of colours with lots of options to suit everyone’s skin tone.
Semi-Permanent Makeup requires many hours of training and practice to become proficient and should not be confused with other treatments such as microblading.
Is Semi-Permanent Makeup for me?
Semi-Permanent Makeup is suitable for a wide range of people due to the vast array of pigments.
For eyebrows, the treatment is excellent when it is necessary to create entirely new brows or for adding to brows that may be thinning or are a little sparse. Furthermore, definition can be added to existing brows along with any shaping work required.
Where eyes are concerned, they will become more defined, lashes will appear fuller, and Semi-Permanent Makeup can help people who may find it difficult to apply eye makeup themselves.
As for lips, a subtle lip line can be added if colour is lost on the vermillion border. Or lips can be made to appear fuller with that all-important blush of colour.
We know every client is different, as is every treatment. Our clients receive a service that is entirely bespoke to the individual.
Over the years, we have done thousands of treatments and are immensely proud of our work. However, we are most proud of the work we do with those who have Alopecia or are undergoing Chemotherapy, to be able to help these clients means the world to us.
What results can I expect from Semi-Permanent Makeup?
Due to its versatility, many different looks and results are achievable. The pigments are designed to fade over 3 to 5 year period, meaning that the effect of the treatment will fade. We recommend maintenance treatments around the 1-year period to maintain your fantastic new look.
What will Semi Permanent Makeup cost me?
Prices start from £130
- £210 Hair stroke/Powdered/Combination
- £130 Standard, bottom
- £180 Standard, top
- £200 Subtle top and bottom eyelash enhancement
- £280 Standard, top and bottom
- £240 Glamorous, top (with wing flick)
- £320 Glamorous, top, and bottom (with wing flick)
- £210 Lip Liner
- £260 Lip Blush
What do we think about Semi-Permanent Makeup?
Semi-Permanent Makeup is what brought us to the beauty and aesthetics industry. The precise nature of the work, high level of skill and attention to detail, fused with our artistic background made it the perfect choice for us. Furthermore, Semi-Permanent Makeup can have such a profound and positive effect on people lives, that in some cases is genuinely transformative.
Through delivering exceptional results for our clients over the years with Semi-Permanent Makeup, we have been able to lay a platform to expand and grow into other treatments. Therefore, allowing us to help more people in different ways.
Semi-Permanent Makeup is our first love, and long may it remain so.
What do our clients think about Semi Permanent Makeup?
“I came today to have my eyebrows done. Blown away by how talented you are! Everything was cleaned down, PPE used properly, and it still felt relaxed and not clinical at all. I felt at ease and I’m so happy with the result. Thank you so much!”
This is an ideal treatment for people who continually need to use a brow pencil for patchy or non-existent eyebrows. It is also fantastic for Alopecia sufferers or chemotherapy patients. You can choose from subtle soft pencil look or textured hair strokes. Different needle configurations are used to produce the two different effects. The ‘powdered brow’ is great for people who are used to using powder or pencil to fill in any gaps and to give a stronger, more defined shape whereas the ‘3D hairstroke brow’ gives a great natural and realistic look which is fantastic for people with very little or no eyebrows as the effect is more subtle. If you are unsure as to which effect you think you should go for, this can be discussed in the free consultation where Rebecca will give her advice on what would suit you, taking into account your face shape and personality.