Semi Permanent Make Up London
- What is permanent make up?
- Why have permanent make up?
- What can permanent make up do for me?
- How long does permanent make up last?
- How long does it take?
- Can I tell in advance which shape and colour will look best on me?
- What will I look like immediately after my treatment?
Wendy Stallard has been practising permanent make up since 1996. She offers her clients a precision permanent make up treatment, using the highly advanced Cosmedic® micropigmentation device, as seen on ITV’s ‘Make Me Perfect’ series. The Cosmedic® has been designed to the highest specification and is certified under ISO 9001 and DIN EN ISO 13845 (meeting European medical and cosmetic manufacturing standards).
She uses only the finest quality pigments that have been carefully chosen for colour and quality to create your brand new look and believes in natural beauty and is also an expert make up artist, miniature artist, and beauty therapist. Using this vast experience gained over the past 23 years working in the beauty industry, she is able to recognise the full potential of your face, regardless of age.
Nipple and Areola Restoration/Pigmentation
This technique is used to correct missing or faded pigmentation in the nipple and areola area caused by the ageing process or from breast reconstruction surgery. It can also correct asymmetry and shape. Nipples can be created by the surgeon and permanent make up used to restore original colour, or permanent make up can be used to create a 3D look.
Micro Hair Simulation/Scalp Pigmentation
This is a highly specialised permanent make up treatment for people who have scars in the scalp from injury or from surgery, are thinning, or in the process of experiencing hair loss from alopecia, trichotillomania, or male pattern baldness. The technique can recreate a receding hairline, fill in a balding crown, or cover the complete head to create a natural looking hairstyle. The results can have a huge impact on self-esteem and self-confidence.
Hair Stroke Razor Technique
This is the latest technique for filling in eyebrows using an ingenious razor to create cuts which are used to implant permanent make up pigment. The ‘hairs’ that are created are very fine and look like the real thing. This procedure is suitable for clients who have sparse hairs or gaps and requires a high-level of skill and artistic talent to create the perfect natural looking eyebrow.
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