When you’ve invested in beautiful permanent eyebrows, you’ll want to keep them looking their best for as long as possible. Most treatments last from one year up to three before you require a touch up appointment, and lots of factors come into play to determine how long they will last.
Things like the type of ink used, the intensity of your pigment, the type of procedure you’ve chosen and your commitment to aftercare will all affect the longevity of your cosmetic tattoo. Most of this is out of your control, but one thing which is most definitely within your sphere of influence is the aftercare you’re committed to providing. Read more
You’d think that when someone is about to apply a tattoo directly onto your face, they should be appropriately qualified and trained to do so. However, not all permanent make up practitioners are equal, in fact some are nothing short of inept. Choosing the wrong artist for your permanent eyebrows, eyeliner, lips or otherwise could end up with disastrous results. Read more
Worth an estimated £20m in the UK today, semi permanent eyebrows are big news right now. According to research company NPD, the average British woman spends around £200 a year on perfecting their arches, and with over half a million tutorials available on YouTube, it seems everyone is working on achieving brow perfection.
Since the introduction of eyebrow tattoo treatments, many women have opted for this quick and easy fix to achieve the ideal arch. We’ve been delivering semi permanent eyebrows to our clients for many years now, as more ladies (and gents, we hasten to add) realise the face framing power of these hairy little beauties. Read more
Suffering with hair loss or thinning locks can be detrimental on your self-confidence. As much as we’d all like to ‘grow old gracefully’, sometimes the person in the mirror is not quite the person we want to be. Thanks to new innovations and technology, we can now maintain our good looks and self-esteem, even when age does start to catch up with us.
Very few people enjoy wearing a wig or toupee; the hair is itchy and uncomfortable, and the adhesives can damage your scalp underneath. Up until recently, the only other realistic option was to undergo a hair transplant surgery, something which has long been popular in the celebrity sect. From John Travolta to Jude Law, James Nesbitt to Wayne Rooney, there is a whole lot of hair transplanting going on for those who have the cash to splash. Read more
The humble eyebrow has gone from being a negligible streak of hair above the eye to a major contender in the facial beauty stakes. Once shaven off completely in favour of a thin pencil line, today’s trendy brows are thick, full and beautifully shaped.
Getting our eyebrows perfect every morning is not an easy task. Applying just the right amount of plucking, colour and shaping, not to mention getting them as symmetrical as possible, takes time that most of us simply don’t have. Thankfully, technology has come to the rescue, in the form of permanent eyebrows. Read more
Having any sort of cosmetic treatment, particularly on your face, can be a daunting prospect. As much as you’re looking forward to your new look, worries about discomfort, about the end result and about the skills of your practitioner can make even the bravest person a little nervous.
For first timers, permanent makeup can be nothing short of terrifying. After all, you’re having a form of tattoo applied to a very sensitive area of your face, so worries about pain are no doubt buzzing around your head. Not only that, but if your eyebrow tattoo or semi-permanent eyeliner goes wrong, you’ll have to face looking ridiculous for a really long time. Read more
So you might have heard about permanent make up, but are probably thinking, “hey, I go without make up for a lot of the time, why would I want to look like I’m wearing makeup all the time?”
If you’re a bit of a part time make up wearer, or at least only go with the basic mascara and lip gloss most days, you are probably wondering why on earth you’d even consider this type of treatment. After all, when you’re slobbing around in your jogging bottoms and tee, won’t you look silly all made up to the nines? Read more
Permanent lip liner and colour is fast becoming a hot trend all over the world. Here in the UK, year on year there are more women choosing permanent make up as a time saving alternative, and permanent lip pigmentation is a popular treatment.
Getting your lip colour tattooed on might sound a bit scary, but it’s not quite like a regular tattoo. Lip pigmentation uses a much kinder, less invasive method of colour implantation, which will not fade out to blue in the way a regular tattoo usually will. It is a great way of adding definition, colour and perceived volume to your lips, making you ready for anything all day every day. Read more
Semi-permanent eyeliner tattoos are fast becoming a high demand beauty treatment, saving thousands of women time and effort every day when they want to look their best. Applying your own eyeliner can be tricky, especially through the bleary haze of the early morning rush. By choosing a semi-permanent shaded eyeliner treatment, you can enjoy looking your best from the moment you open your eyes.
What is shaded eyeliner?
Shading your eyeliner simply means using different strokes, colours and thicknesses to accentuate your eyes in the most flattering way possible. If you’re a lover of using beige eyeliner pencils, shadows with a pearlescent effect or other colours in your eye makeup, permanent shaded eyeliner can help create the unique, tailored look you seek, without the hassle of everyday application. Read more