What Is Permanent Make Up?

Permanent Make-Up uses specialised techniques to implant coloured pigments in the sub-epidermal layer of the skin with a pen shaped device called a demographer and needles.

Are Micro-pigments Safe To Use?

Yes, implanting pigments in the safe is safe.

Allergic reactions to permanent cosmetic procedures are extremely rare.  The cosmetic pigments are medical grade and made from completely natural ingredients, disposable strile needles and surgical grade gloves are used for each procedure.

What Can I Expect After Each Procedure?

Immediately after the procedure, the colour will appear darker and somewhat unnatural for the first few days, but will then lighten to a completely natural look during the following few weeks.

Pigment colours can be soft and natural looking, or more dramatic looking if desired.  Your end result may deepened with additional treatments.

What Areas Can Be Treated Using Micro-Pigments?

The following areas may be treated using micro-pigments:


Eyeliner (Top & Bottom)

Lip Liner & Full Lip Colour

Areolas design and colour fill

Scar Camouflage

Cleft Lip Correction

Vitiligo Camouflage

How Long Does Each Procedure Take?

Times vary according to the individual's sensitivity, hydration, density, elasticity, and overall condition the skin. Allowing time for anesthetics to take effect, implanting of the pigment, and some final fine tuning of the procedure, average time for the initial visit is as follows:

2 + hours for eyeliner

1 to 2 Hours for Eye Liner / Lip Liner / Eyebrows

2+ Hours for full lip colour

1 - 2 Hours for Scar Camouflage or Areola Design

How Long Does Permanent MakeUp Last?

A variety of factors influence the longevity of Permanent Cosmetics.  
Ultra-violet exposure from sun or tanning booths, various drugs, excessively dry skin, and smoking are all factors that may affect this. Alpha-hydroxy, Retin-A, and glycolic acids must be kept away from treated areas, All anti-aging products has this components in their formulations. These kinds of substances slough away top layers of the skin and eventually the layer that the pigment has been implanted into. Use of these kinds of substances will require additional maintenance in years to come. Sunblock on eyebrows, sunglasses for eyeliner, and SPF on lips will greatly prolong the effective life of these procedures. 
A restricted diet can make the pigments fade faster. 
The best way to remain pigmented with a nice and vibrant color is retouching each year or when the color becomes faded.

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