We offer a range of semi-permanent eyebrow techniques to include; powder brows, combo brows and hairstroke brows

What are powder brows?
Powder brows can be super soft or a makeup replacement. The aim of this result is to create a soft fluffy finish which compliments the shape and colour of the natural eyebrows. This technique is best for clients with natural hair growth with normal to oily skin.
What are combo brows?
Combo brows Powder are the perfect trend for anyone who prefers a fresh wax and tint style of brow. A mixture of hairstrokes and powder techniques for the best of both worlds. For those who prefer a made up look, these brows can create the ultimate brow lami or makeup effect. This technique is best for clients with some hair growth with normal to dry skin.
What are hairstroke brows?
Hairstroke brows are an advanced tattooing technique used to create super realistic, wispy and natural-looking brows. Realistic hairstrokes are added to replicate real hair growth for a natural effect. This technique is best for clients with minimal hair growth with normal to dry skin.
Permanent makeup typically lasts between 1 to 3 years with good aftercare. The retention will depend on a number of factors, such as lifestyle, skin type, sun exposure, health conditions, medications etc. A colour boost is recommended every 12-18 months.
Will I need a patch test?
Yes. All clients will be required to complete a patch test at least 48 hours before their treatment.
Will I need a top up?
Yes absolutely! The treatment is conducted in two parts, the initial treatment and the top up. Without the top up the area may appear patchy and unfinished. The 8 week top up is included in the initial treatment price. Top ups outside of this timeframe are chargeable. The top up cannot be performed earlier than 8 weeks after the initial treatment as we need to wait for the area to fully heal before making any adjustments. Some individuals may require further top ups due to lifestyle, skin type, poor aftercare and other factors. We are not responsible for poor pigment retention or poor aftercare and these actions will result in needing further top ups. Additional top ups are not included in the price of the treatment and are chargeable.
Pain & discomfort
Pain is relative, however the procedure itself shouldn’t be painful. During the procedure, an ointment can be applied to help minimise pain and discomfort.
What are the risks?
If you find a highly skilled and knowledgeable practitioner who is aware of your skin type and medical history, then having any type of semi-permanent makeup treatment should be a safe process. You should always do your research and choose the right practitioner for your needs.
There is no definitive answer as to whether we can offer a cover up as this is dependent on the shape, colour and positioning of the previous work. If you have badly-performed semi-permanent makeup, you may need to opt for a removal procedure first. It is usually only possible to work over the top of existing pigment if it has significantly faded and is barely visible. Please contact us to arrange a consultation.
Accutane, Allergies, Alopecia, Autoimmune Disease, Blisters, Breastfeeding, Cancer, Covid-19, Diabetes, Eczema, Epilepsy, Fainting Episodes, Fever, Glaucoma, Haemophilia, Herpes, Hepatitis, Heart Condition, High Blood Pressure, High Temperature, HIV Positive, Issues with wound healing, Keloid Scarring, Organ Transplant, Pregnant, Skin Diseases, Taking Medication, Tumours, Growths or Cysts, Undergoing Chemotherapy, Undergoing Radiotherapy. If you suffer with a condition not listed, this doesn’t automatically mean you are not suitable to undergo the treatment. However, in some circumstances you may be required to have a consultation with your GP prior to the treatment. If you are currently taking medication and/or still unsure whether you are suitable for your chosen treatment, please contact us at prior to booking. Failure to disclose information may be detrimental to your health and safety during the treatment. There are several risks from withholding information which include, an increased risk of infection, bleeding, compromising the end results and risking further complications, poor healing or scarring.