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 Permanent Makeup 


A consultation or an introduction is important if you consider permanent make up. During the initial Consultation:

  • Take your time to explain what you would like and expect from the treatment and  ask questions.
  • I will talk to you and realistically explain and show, with many real photos, what can be done.
  • Have realistic expectations and a good idea of your expectations.
  • I will explain the procedure and will do the Patch Test for allergies at least 24 hours before the treatment.
  • Wear your normal make-up and bring your lip or brow pencils as it will give me an idea of your prefered look.

Before your Treatment

I will avice you the best colour and the best shape for you. Shaping stage is crucial and therefore I spend most of the time  to create the look that you will love. I take into consideration your facial features and face shape and discuss with you your preferences regarding shape. Then  I measure face to ensure symmetry and balance of the face. Using brow pencils, eyeliner and lip liner pencils I will then enhance or create a look which is unique for you, this will allow you to visualize how the permanent make-up will look and ensures the finished result is exactly what you want. I always seek for a natural look. Only when you are completely satisfied with the design I will use it as the template for your procedure.

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Pregnancy, breastfeeding and serious illness such as cancer are contraindications (please see a full list below) from all permanent makeup treatments and may mean you could not have a particular treatment. It is your responsibility to ensure you are a suitable candidate for permanent make-up before booking an appointment for a treatment.

We reserve the right to withhold any deposits paid in the event we are unable to perform a treatment. We also reserve the rights to refuse requests for permanent make-up which we consider to be inappropriate ( in terms of good practice or good taste, please always see our work results photos for reference) or if we feel there’s a risk that violates health and safety codes. If you become pregnant between your first permanent make-up treatment and your follow up appointment, we terminate the treatment and you loose the touch up appointment. We agree to recommence the treatment at mainenance cost applied after your period of confinement. 


Semi permanent makeup is not for everyone. There are cases when we cannot and should not perform this treatment. This involves people who:

  • Are Under 18 years of age. 
  • Currently are pregnant or nursing. 
  • Have Pacemaker or major heart problems. 
  • Suffer from viral infections and/or diseases. 
  • Have undergone Organ Transplant.
  • Suffer from Glaucoma And /or Herpes simplex
  • Have certain skin conditions e.g. rashes, blisters, psoriasis, or eczema in area of the treatment 
  • Are taking steroids such as cortisone, Accutane, Retin-A or Renova
  • With acute acne or infection in the treatment area
  • Have Susceptibility to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
  • Have Hypertrophic scarring or keloids
  • With blood disorder e.g. sickle cell anemia, haemophilia, or a platelet disorder
  • Are wearing false eyelashes or contact lenses for an eye treatment ( lenses should be removed and not worn for at least 3 days after the treatment).

Pre Treatment Advice

The treated area must be healthy, non-sensitive, and non-irritated prior to treatment. See advice of how you can get your skin ready for the treatment:

Please avoid the following for 4 weeks prior to your permanent makeup session:

  1. Botox and/or fillers (in the forehead/eyebrow/eye/lip areas)
  2. Chemical Peels and laser treatments

Please avoid the following for 1 week prior to your permanent makeup session:

  1. Tanning or heavy sun exposure (especially having a sun-burned face)
  2. Waxing, tinting or tweezing the eyebrow area
  3. Microdermabrasion 

    Do not take aspirin, or ibuprofen 48-72 hours before procedure.

    Stop using accutane within 1 year of treatment.

    In order to avoid any excessive bleeding, including poor color deposit, please do not consume any alcohol within 24 hours of your treatment.

    No exercising or pre workout on the morning of treatment.

    If you have previously permanent makeup from another artist, please contact us prior to booking your treatment.

    During your Treatment:

    •  You will fill out some standard medical and consent forms.
    • Then I take series of photographs before procedure.
    •  I make the drawing with a make-up pencil to give you an idea of the outcome result.
    • I may pluck some eyebrow hairs that are outside the recommended shape if you approve one.
    • I never shave off the eyebrows or remove all of the eyebrows` hairs completely.
    • You acknowledge color/pigment/ shape selection for the permanent make up treatment.
    • Then i apply the anaesthetic cream, the gel is applied through out the procedure delivering maximum comfort at all times.
    • The selected pigments are implanted into the skin by tiny needles using the equipment with respect of the safety and hygiene rules.
    • I explain the aftercare and you will receive written aftercare instructions  and product to take home.

      After your Treatment

After the procedure I also take a series of photographs and the client can now view their before and after photos to see the difference permanent cosmetics has made for them. You may need to come back for one touch-up visit before it can be determined that your work is complete. You can schedule touch-up visits after four  weeks.

Preapare for the color intensity of your procedure to be significantly larger, sharper, brighter and darker for the first few days, than what is expected for the final outcome. It will take time for this transition, based on how quickly the outer layer of your skin exfoliates. Since delicate skin or sensitive areas may swell slightly or redden, some clients feel it best not to make any social plans for a day  following any procedure.

For more information please visit: Permanent Make-Up 


Eye Treatments

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1. A patch test for  brow tinting /henna/lamination and lash tinting/ perming/ lifting/ extensions procedures is required 24-48 hours prior to your first appointment. This should also be done if it has been six months since your last tinting appointment or your medical circumstances have changed in between appointments.

2. A patch test for waxing can be booked if you are worried about skin sensitivity.

3. Please avoid applying self tan to the eyebrow area for three days prior to your Brow appointment if having a tint.

Aftercare Advice

1. Please inform your Beautician immediately if you experience a reaction.

2. Avoid the use of swimming pools, sun beds, sauna’s and prod- ucts containing perfume for at least 24 hours after the procedure.

3. Do not apply self-tanning products directly to the brow area as this may effect the colour of the tint.

4. Avoid microdermabrasion, granular exfoliator or skin thinning products for 72 hours.

5. Remember that your results with be darker, sharper and more defined for the first 24 hours after treatment.

6. Avoid harsh make up removal products to prolong tint retention.

7. Avoid tweezing areas your therapist has recommended you grow in between appointments.

Skin Treatments

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Certain skin face treatments such as Microneedling/Dermaroller/ BB Glow uses multiple needles to create tiny punctures in the skin. This stimulates the body’s own healing response, which in turn stimulates the production of new collagen helping to improve skin texture, fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring and other scars.

Photos – Photos of the area being treated will be taken for practitioner records and will not be used for any other purposes.

Possible side effects:

  • After treatment, it can take several days for the skin to heal and return to normal. Generally, this will be 3-4 days. The following may be experienced:
  • Temporary localised redness and very mild swelling. This may be prolonged if you are taking any medication that can affect platelet function and bleeding times.
  • Bruising and the skin appearing scratched or grazed is possible. Bruising may be more likely around the eye area.
  • Sensitivity to touch, irritation, itchiness.
  • Dryness and milk flaking of the skin.
  • Hyperpigmentation of treated areas is uncommon but possible.
  • Aggressive treatment can result in scarring.
  • Athough unlikely, it is possible that those who suffer with psoriasis, eczema, vitiligo and other skin conditions in areas not to be treated can develop new patches at site of treatment.


It is important to allow your skin to heal without harsh products.

  • The evening of the treatment, if you wish to wash your skin, do so very gently and with a light cleanser such as Avene gentle cleanser or micellar water.
  • Do not scratch or pick the skin whilst it heals. Doing so may result in pigmentation.
  • Avoid using heavy make-up for at least 24hours. Mineral based make-up may be worn to enable the skin to breath whilst healing.
  • Do not use make-up in any areas of broken skin.
  • Use sun protection minimum spf 30 and avoid strong direct sunlight for 2 weeks.
  • Not swimming for the next week – chemicals could irritate the skin.
  • Do not rub, pick or scratch the skin
  • Do not use any AHA or BHA or acidic based products for 2-7 days (eg Glycolic, Lactic, Salicylic etc)
  • Stay away from any Vitamin A based products for 2-3 days (eg Retin A, Retinoic acid, Stieva A, Zorac etc)
  • Moisturise and hydrate adequately day and night. Your cosmetic practitioner will advise you of the best skin care regimen for your skin to compliment this treatment and address your particular concerns.

Please note that not all ‘peels’ cause visible peeling of the skin. Some peels produce a microscopic shedding of the outer dead skin layer which is not visible to the naked eye. The presence or absence of visible peeling does not impact on the final results and in some skin types aggressive visible peeling of the skin is not advised.

You may experience some minor breakouts or occasional pimples after undergoing a microdermabrasion, extractions and/ or peel. If this occurs they are very short lived and resolve spontaneously. 

Advanced Skin: Plasma Lift

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Plasma-lift skin tightening is generally suitable for most people, as it is particularly effective at treating notoriously difficult-to-treat areas, including around the eyes or mouth, forehead, nose, neck, breasts, stomach, arms, knees and elbows, scars or sun spots, skin tags or anywhere on the body with extra/sagging skin.


It is also suitable for most skin types and textures, although here are some contraindications:

– If you have darker skin than a type 6 on the Fitzpatrick scale.

– When your skin is prone to scarring/keloids

– For people who have any of the following; severe (active) acne, lupus, psoriasis or vitiligo

– If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, immune-deficient or have any other autoimmune disorder

– You must ensure the skin is it’s natural color and not altered by the sun during the time of your treatment.


There is no pre-treatment required, but it is advised that you do not apply any cosmetic products on the treatment area, especially anything containing alcohol.

No use of accutane within 1 year of treatment.

Please avoid the following for 4 weeks prior to your plasmalift session:

  1. Botox and/or fillers (in the forehead/eyebrow areas)
  2. Chemical Peels and laser treatments
  3. Tanning or heavy sun exposure

Deposits are always nonrefundable and nontransferable. If you do not show to your appointment you will be required to pay in full before your next appointment. 

Advanced Skin: HIFU Lift

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HIFU may not be appropriate for everyone. In general, the procedure works best on people older than 30  and younger than 60 with mild-to-moderate skin laxity.

People with photodamaged skin or a high degree of loose skin may need several treatments before seeing results.


Older people with more extensive photo-aging, severe skin laxity, or very saggy skin on the neck aren’t good candidates and may need surgery.

HIFU isn’t recommended for people with infections and open skin lesions at the target area, severe  or cystic acne and metallic implants in the treatment area.

It’s also not recommended for areas injected with Botox or dermal fillers and thread lifts  as It is possible that the heat from HIFU can break down and diminish the effectiveness of the dermal filler or neurotoxin. 

Advanced Skin: Radiofrequency Microneedle

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Pre Treatment Advice:

● Avoid use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (aspirin, motrin, advil, ibuprofen) for two weeks prior to treatment to minimize the potential for bruising, unless the medications involved are prescribed for the treatment of an existing medical condition. 

● If you have a history of fever blisters, take antiviral medication starting 1 day prior and follow directions on your prescription.

● Stop all topical acids (like glycolic, alpha or beta hydroxyl acids), retinols, retin-A, or other like products 7 days prior to treatment.

● Avoid tanning beds or prolonged exposure to the sun 4 days prior to  treatment. Always use a zinc oxide sunscreen with SPF 30+.

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