A detailed consultation is carried out where your face shape and colourings are analysed. The client’s hair colour, skin tone and facial features are carefully matched to their new look.
Measurements are made and the enhancement is 'pre-drawn' using conventional cosmetics. The client's preferences are taken into account throughout the procedure. This ensures that the correct style are chosen for you and the finished result is exactly what you want.
Numbing agents are applied prior to the pigment “infusion” process. An electronic hand piece is then traced over the “pre-drawn template”, infusing the pigments into the skin.
When the process are finished an Aftercare ointment is applied to the area. As aftercare is very important, instructions have to be followed closely.
Most healing can take 7 - 10 days. Immediately after the treatment there may be a small amount of blood and lymphatic fluid. The healing balm is used as a moisturiser and barrier. It is important to keep the area clean and dry. As the area heals, tiny scabs will form. These scabs must fall off naturally during the healing process. If the scabs are picked off they will take pigment with them, resulting in an uneven outcome.
Permanent Makeup is a two-step process, therefor a follow-up treatment is scheduled for four to six weeks later to ensure a perfect finish.