Permanent Make-Up Procedure
Ready to create your new look that’s there to stay?
Let’s get started.
- Step 1 – Book your free consultation
- Step 2 – Our professional team will advise the best options for you. Whether it’s dazzling brows or 3D lips; we’ll check your suitability, create your detailed treatment plan, aftercare instructions and answer any questions you may have.
- Step 3 – The big day! Sit back and relax whilst we professionally shade, contour and create your perfect look!
- Step 4 – Follow your personalised aftercare plan for the best results.
Things to remember before your treatment
- Avoid sunbathing, laser procedures and waxing around the chosen area 2 weeks before your treatment
- No alcohol, caffeine or blood thinning 24 hours before your treatment
- Inflamed skin
- Areas will be red and swollen after the treatment
- Do not discontinue any medication without consent
- You cannot donate blood up to 6 months after your treatment
- Fillers and botox treatments should be carried out after permanent make-up treatments, not before
- If you are prone to the herpes virus, please ensure you take an antiviral medication 2 days before and 2 days after any PMU lip treatments
After your treatment
- The treated area may be red or swollen
- Avoid sun exposure and sunbeds for 2 weeks after your treatment
- Do not irritate, touch or remove scabs from the treated area
- Apply given topical treatments as advise
- Avoid hot baths, hot tubs, swimming pools and saunas for 2 weeks
- If the treated area becomes wet, press dry with a clean towel
- Desired effects may take time to develop
- More detailed aftercare will be given by our professional team
Clients not suitable for permanent make-up
- Persons under the age of 18
- Pregnant or breastfeeding
- Viral infections
- Roaccutane in the last year
- Prone to keloid scarring
- Auto-immune disorders
- Chemotherapy treatment in the last 6 months
- Any medication that has blood thinning properties
- Any person with a pacemaker or heart condition
- Skin inflammation around the chosen treatment area