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Semi Permanent Make-Up

SPMU

 

Semi-Permanent Make-Up can stunningly define your facial features, and you may never have to apply makeup again. A procedure by which pigment is implanted into the dermal layer of the skin to create a natural looking enhancement to your features.

You can have perfectly shaped brows, lipliner and smudge proof eyeliner as well as full lip colour and other advanced treatments that will last up to 5 years.

Eyebrows£150.00
Eyeliner (Top)£150.00
Lip Liner£150.00
Lip Liner with blush£200.00
Beauty Spot£50.00
Top Ups£150.00

What is Semi-Permanent Make Up?

It is a process where advanced pigments are inserted into the dermal layer of the skin, which (after their second visit), should last for several years. Clients will require a patch test prior to the first procedure to help ensure that there will not be any allergic reaction to the pigment or anaesthetic. 99.9% of people do not have any reaction at all.

How Long Does it Take to Have a Treatment?

You will need to allow 1.5 hours for your first procedure. If you intend to have a “full face” (3 procedures together) then you should allow 3 hours in total.

How Long Does it Last?

Semi-Permanent Make-Up should last for several years. Over that time the colour will fade and break down. It is suggested that you come back to us for a top up” procedure every 18 months/2 years to keep the look complete and fresh.

Does It Hurt?

Some clients feel no discomfort at all – others feel minimal discomfort. We use topical anaesthetics to control pain tolerance. Clients say that having a procedure is similar to having their eyebrows plucked or their legs waxed. Once the procedure is complete there is no discomfort.

Will I Be Able to Go Out Without Everyone Noticing?

After a procedure the area treated will be darker and more intense. This will last for a few days until the area exfoliates and the true colour emerges. Generally it is only you who notices the darker colour. If anaesthetic is used you may swell slightly – this will go down usually by the end of the day. It is suggested that if you are having an eyeliner procedure that you bring a pair of dark glasses with you (as you may look as if you have been crying). A little inconvenient but the long term results are well worth it.

What About After Care?

You will be given a comprehensive after care guide after the treatment, along with verbal instructions.
Sarah is a fully qualified Semi Permanent Make-Up (SPMU) technician.

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