What is semi-permanent make-up?
Semi-permanent pigments are applied to the surface layer of skin, designed to define and enhance natural facial features. The pigments are implanted using microfine needles, a process which is also known as micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing. Effects will gradually fade over time, depending on factors such as age, exposure to sun and general skin care; however, top-ups can rectify this.
What areas can be worked on?
Clients can choose to have semi-permanent make-up on the eyebrows (usually £400), or choose eyeliner for the upper or lower lid (£500).
What happens at sessions?
The treatment will begin with a consultation and patch test, allowing the customer to specify their style and preferences, and ensuring skin suitability. The session itself should last no longer than 45 minutes.
How about recovery?
Clients are likely to experience minor swelling of the treated area, which should fade over the following day or two. The area will also look darker in colour immediately afterwards, with final results taking a few days to appear.
Choose from the following options for semi-permanent make-up:
- £99 for eyebrows (75% off)
- £119 for eyeliner on the upper or lower lid (76% off)
Snug within a ladies' only gym, the beauty salon at Inches dishes out all manner of aesthetic goodies. The treatment menu features everything from simple tidy-ups of the fingers and toes to semi-permanent cosmetics and high-tech hair removal. The team also serves up specialist facials and body wraps, as well as a few toning machines designed to encourage svelte figures.