Wyndham Place Clinic
our cosmetic treatments
Semi-permanent make-up, also known as micro-pigmentation, is a form of temporary cosmetic tattooing which allows you to have long-lasting eye-liner and lip colour as well as being able to shape and contour your eyebrows. The procedure involves tiny particles of pigment being placed beneath the surface of the skin, much like a tattoo. This pigment will stay in the skin for a number of years, gradually breaking down and fading with time, although the longevity of the results will depend on your age and skin type.
Micro-pigmentation techniques have been refined in recent years and a wider selection of pigment colours have been developed so that technicians can create ultra-natural looks. Only a trained semi-permanent make-up artist can perform this treatment. Many technicians are also beauty therapists or nurses but as this is a specialist skill it requires separate training.
In addition to being commonly used for cosmetic enhancement to enhance the eyebrows, eyelids, lips and cheeks, semi-permanent make-up may also be used to create an areola (brown area around the nipple) after mastectomy or to disguise scars.
frequently asked questions
Every effort is made to minimised any discomfort. And, to make the client feel relaxed.
However, each persons pain level does vary.
what should I do after the treatment?
You will be provided with a detailed after care sheet.
Usually within 24hrs normal behaviour can be resumed.
what are the risks with the treatment?
All clients receive an in-depth Consent Form to be completed and discussed prior to any treatment.
Prior to the treatment a patch test is carried out to ensure that this procedure is safe for you.
The treatment is carried out to the strictest health and safety standard. Hygiene is paramount
A “single use” pigment cartridge needle is used per client. So there is no exposure to cross-contamination.
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