Frequently Asked Questions:

1. How long does the colour last?

How long it lasts depend on various factors. How you care for you Permanent Make Up during the healing period and long term will play a role on how long it will last.

All pigments will fade over time.

2. What is Permanent Make Up?

It is a tattoo meaning pigment are implanted in the dermal layer of the skin using single or multiple sterile, single use needles.

The procedure is usually carried out by using a mechanical device (digital, rotary pen/coil machine) however, a manual (hand method) is also available.

3. How long does the procedure take?

Most procedures will take 45 - 60 minutes. This can alter depending on the client's tolerance and also the procedure. i.e. full lip colour, camouflage or areola reconstruction may take longer.

4. How many treatments will be needed?

Most procedures take the initial treatment and one touch up treatment in 2 - 6 weeks.

This may alter with each individual and also with full lip colour, camouflage or areola reconstruction.

5. Does it hurt?

As pigment has to be implanted into the skin there may be some discomfort, however client comfort is important and various methods are used to accommodate the client's needs.

6. What happens if I consider any other treatments such as plastic surgery?

This should be discussed with the technician. Depending on when you plan future treatments will determine whether or not to have Permanent Make Up applied now or afterwards.

7. May I have my eyeliner, eyebrows and lips done on the same day?

Many clients receive one or more procedures during the same appointment. This will be dependent on the client.

If the skin exhibits excessive swelling during the first procedure, then it may be advisable to postpone the next procedure for a day or wait until the touch up appointment.

8. Is the procedure safe?

Strict hygienic techniques are always employed. Health and Safety requirements are always applied.

Needles and caps are sterile single use.

Pigments used for each procedure are disposed of after each use.