Semi-Permanent Make-up

I offer a range of treatments for eyes, brows and lips. You can find out more information on semi-permanent make-up below, or to view treatments and prices, click here.

“I had semi-permanent eyeliner done by Emma and can’t recommend her highly enough. She was so professional, clearly explained the procedure so I knew what to expect and made me feel completely at ease throughout. Really happy with the results too!”

Reviewed by Bex via Facebook
The treatment room

About semi-permanent make-up

Semi-permanent make-up, also known as micro-pigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, is an innovative cosmetic procedure that deposits mineral pigment into the skin’s dermal layer using a digital machine and a very fine needle to enhance eyebrows, eyes and lips.

There are many benefits to SPMU, including boosting self-confidence and saving time on make-up application in the morning. Perhaps you want low maintenance and smudge-free make-up due to your active lifestyle, or maybe you feel that your features have lost their shape and definition over time. Whatever your motivations may be, I can create a beautiful bespoke look that will work harmoniously with your features.

Each procedure is a two-session process, with the second session 4-6 weeks after the first. A consultation, patch test, and both sessions are included in the price. Once both sessions are complete, you can expect to return for a colour boost anywhere between every 9-24 months to keep your SPMU looking fresh, depending on your skin type and lifestyle.

Before we begin tattooing, I will apply anaesthetic and spend time pre-drawing how your new SPMU will look. I want you to be happy with your new look, so I will never rush this process, and I will ensure you have plenty of opportunity to make any tweaks you want to. Once we’ve agreed on the pre-draw, you can be 100% confident that’s what will be tattooed, so you can lay back, relax and enjoy it!

I only take on a select amount of clients per day, so that you will never feel rushed.

I use the Finishing Touches Vogue machine to perform treatments.

All pigments used are cruelty free and vegan.

I’m interested! What happens next?

The next step is to book in for a complimentary consultation (click the button below). During the consultation, we can have a more in-depth chat about the procedure and your desired results, and answer any questions you may have. We will take a look at pigment colours and try them on you, we can even mix up a bespoke shade especially for you!

All clients will be required to complete a medical questionnaire and have a patch test to check for potential allergies to the pigment.

If you are happy with everything and decide to go ahead with the procedure, we will take a non-refundable deposit and get you booked in for your first session!

Please note, not everyone is suitable for all of the procedures. Please see below for more information on contra-indications which may affect your suitability before booking in for a consultation.

Book in for a consultation

Click the button below which will take you to the Booksy website (opens in new window). Choose “Consultation & Patch Test” from the drop down menu, and then either eyeliner, lip line & blush or machine eyebrows patch test. Consultations are complimentary, although a fee will be charged if you cancel the appointment with less than 48 hours notice or you do not show.

Contra-indications & suitability for procedure

You must be over 18.

I regret that I am unable to treat anyone who;

  • is pregnant or breastfeeding
  • has taken the following medication within the last 6 months- Roaccutane or Antabuse (Disulfiram)
  • has had botox or injectable fillers within the last 21 days in the area to be treated
  • is five weeks pre or post radiotherapy/chemotherapy treatment
  • is epileptic and has experienced a seizure in the last two years
  • is taking Warfarin or other blood thinning medication
  • has had eye laser surgery (for eyeliner treatments only) within the last 12 weeks
  • has had keloid scarring in the past
  • is allergic to nickel, iron oxide or anaesthetic
  • has a contagious skin condition or an illness which affects your skin in the area to be treated
  • is a haemophiliac
  • has hepatitis C

Not all skin types are suitable for cosmetic tattoos on the lips. For this reason, please get in touch with me to check your suitability before booking in for a consultation. Please include information on whether you have suffered from cold sores in the past and/or have any scarring on the lip area.

For eyeliner, false lashes including lash extensions will need to be removed prior to the procedure and avoided during the healing process of 4 weeks.

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