Permanent makeup is sometimes called semi-permanent make up or micropigmentation. They are all forms of cosmetic tattooing but there is a major difference between this treatment and a traditional tattoo.
Permanent make up treatments are performed using a digital machine that implants hypoallergenic pharmaceutical grade pigments into the top layer of the skin. Fine lines are drawn that look like hairs and these can be micro-weaved into your own natural hairs to restore a full natural brow, or a complete brow can be created using multiple ‘hair’ strokes.
A traditional tattoo goes much deeper and uses different pigments - tattoo ink is unsuitable for the sensitive skin of the facial features.
Permanent make up pigments are made from mineral and organic material and are designed to fade over time, lasting between 12-18 months after which you can top up your permanent make up with a maintenance treatment called a colour boost to refresh colour, shape and definition.
A classic timeless brow shape will frame your face and restore your natural beauty.