Looking for a semi permanent solution?
Whether you simply want to save time on your daily beauty routine, or more seriously would like to combat the effects of illness, semi-permanent make-up can help.
Semi-Permanent Make-Up Procedures
Procedures are carried out by Jorgie Vickers, a Dermagraphic artist in the field of Micropigmentation. Jorgie has over 7 years experience specialising in this field and has undergone extensive training, including advanced semi- permanent make- up techniques and correctional work.
Jorgie holds membership to the British School of Dermagraphic Art and is dedicated to the highest standard of patient welfare and procedural excellence. Jorgie was trained by Finishing Touches who are also trainers to Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges and she continues to undertake regular training updates.
We have a wide variety of clients for this procedure, including:
- Anyone who simply wishes to achieve a natural enhancement of their features without the daily application of cosmetics
- Sufferers of Alopecia who have lost all facial hair, including eyelashes and eyebrows
- Chemotherapy patients who have lost their hair
- Anyone who suffers from allergies to cosmetics
- Visually impaired clients
- Entertainment professionals i.e. models, dancers
What can it be used for?
- Upper Eyeliner
- Lower Eyeliner
- Lip Liner
What can I expect?
Slight swelling and redness is normal in the treated area, but this will subside within a couple of days. During the healing period there may be some flaking, do not pick at this as the pigment can be removed.
How many treatments will I need?
To keep the pigment visible it is advisable to have a top up treatment every two years.
How does Semi-Permanent Make-Up work?
Semi- permanent make- up introduces micro-pigments into the dermal layer of skin. This technique is designed to be completely safe and can be used for a variety of semi- permanent cosmetic enhancements.
At your FREE consultation you will be advised on the most suitable and flattering colour mix for your procedure and discuss shape and placement of pigment in order to achieve your desired result.