Lisa McMullin Over 10 years Experience

FAQs

  1. What sort of people have it done?
  2. How would I know which colour to choose?
  3. What if styles change?
  4. Is it expensive?
  5. Does it look natural?
  6. How long will it last?
  7. Does it hurt?
  8. Is there a chance of infection?
  9. How long does it take to heal?
  10. What is the healing period like?

What sort of people have it done?
Professional or career women who have little time for applying make-up every day . . . those with allergies to conventional make-up . . . women or men with hair loss due to alopecia or who just have very sparse hair growth . . . athletic women, and those with oily skin who tend to shed make-up easily . . . entertainers, actresses and models . . . women with vision problems, contact lens wearers. In fact any women who want to look her best at all times, with very little effort on her part.

[^Top]

How would i know which colour to choose? Beginning with a variety of basic pigment shades, virtually any colour can be mixed to compliment your natural skin tones. We work with you, discussing your preferences and making suggestions to help to perfect your look, custom designing your semi-permanent make-up, with colours that will suit you best.

[^Top]

What if styles change? As Permanent make-up professionals, we never do anything that is too trendy. We use colours that are custom blended to compliment your skin tone, eye and hair colours, to give a soft and natural appearance. However the colours can be changed at any time by blending another colour over the original if you wish.

[^Top]

Is it expensive? Not if you look at the long-term cost and effect. It costs more that years cosmetic bill, but it is little compared to 2 – 5 years of daily make-up expenses. Also it does not run or wash off and it is a great time saver. It is worth every penny to make that most of your natural beauty. It is what we have all been waiting for!

[^Top]

Does it look natural? Very natural – your features look more defined your friends would never know what the difference in you was, unless you told them.

[^Top]

How long will it last? This varies with each individual person although the expectation is between 2 – 5 years.

[^Top]

Does it hurt? There is usually minimal discomfort. We use topical anaesthetics to greatly reduce discomfort and promote relaxation. Some clients feel absolutely nothing except a prickly sensation.

[^Top]

Is there a chance of infection? Safety is our Priority. At all times, we adhere to the strictest sterilisation procedures, only new, sterile, disposable needles, which are opened in front of each client, are used for your complete safety We have been highly trained in this art to exacting standards.

[^Top]

How long does it take to heal? Between four and seven days – depending on the procedure that you have had done

[^Top]

What is the healing period like? On he second day after each procedure, a light crust will form – which is only to dry your touch, this will fall off in a few days. During this time the pigment area may look a little darker than what you decided upon – once the crust flakes off it is common for the colour to lighten by up to 30%

[^Top]

Over 10 years Experience SemiPermanent Makeup Technican