Semi Permanent Makeup Questions & Answers
You will need to around 2 hours for your first treatment; dependant on face, please allow 3.5 hrs.
I will measure your facial anatomy, plot out and draw your individual eyebrow design. I believe semi-permanent make-up should look as natural as possible and be an enhancement of your natural beauty. The shape and colour are agreed prior to starting the procedure.
A couple of days after treatment, the hair strokes feel slightly raised to touch (a little like a healing papercut) this isn’t noticeable other than by touch. Around day 7 these start to very lightly flake away to reveal the brow.
After treatment you return within 4-6 weeks for a colour boost. This takes approximately 1hr to ensure perfection.
Some clients feel no discomfort at all – others feel minimal discomfort. On a scale of 1-10 some clients rate as a 3 like having your eyebrows plucked. Topical anaesthetic is used to control pain tolerance prior to and during treatment. Once the procedure is complete there is no discomfort whatsoever.
NO! Any redness usually disappears immediately or within an hour after treatment at the most.
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 for a top up” procedure every 12 months/18 months to keep the look complete and fresh. A “top up” appointment is half the current full treatment price.
It is essential that you still pluck, wax or thread your eyebrows regularly to keep your brows looking fantastic. The colour and shape will make this effortless as you simply need to remove anything outside of the new brow shape, or we can do this for you in salon every 4- 6 weeks.
You will be given a comprehensive after care guide after the treatment, along with verbal instructions.
It is not expensive in comparison to how long it will last you. It does not run, smudge, or wash off.
The most important factor when choosing a permanent make-up technician, is the quality of their work, attention to detail and the technician’s skill in artistry and creating symmetry.