How long does a treatment take?

Usually around one hour. This includes the consultation where the shape and colour are chosen, numbing time, insertion of pigment and aftercare.

How long does it last?

The pigment will fade over time although it may not disappear forever. Some technicians  quote 2/5 years when in actual fact there is no guarantee as each individual will react differently, and lifestyle plays a major role.

What factors affect semi-permanent make-up?

  • How long you spend in the sun
  • The longer you spend in the sun the faster the pigment will fade
  • The regeneration of skin cells
  • The longer the regeneration the longer the pigment holds
  • The choice of colour
  • Some colours fade quicker than others

Does it Hurt?

As every individual is different the level of discomfort will vary. In order to minimise any sensation, soothing creams are applied prior to and during the procedure in order to make the treatment as comfortable as possible.

Is there a chance of infection?

At all times we adhere to the strictest safety procedures. Sterile needles from sealed packets are used.

Is it expensive?

Not if you look at the long-term cost and effect. It costs more than a year’s cosmetic bill, but is little compared to 2 -5 years of daily make-up expenses. Also, it doesn’t run or wash off and it is a great time saver. It is worth every penny to make the most of your natural beauty.

Does it look natural?

Isla always advises her clients to select natural looking enhancements. The enhancements should not look conspicuous, they should stay in harmony with your features skin tone and skin colour. People will notice the improvement in your appearance without being aware of your treatment.