Semi Permanent Make Up

Semi Permanent Make Up in Tunbridge Wells, Kent & Sussex

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The average woman spends a year and three months of her life doing her make-up; yes that’s a whopping 474 days in front of the mirror preening, perfecting and, well, procrastinating. Of course, we’d never wish to be parted from our cosmetic case, but isn’t at least some of that time better spent on the dance floor and not in front of the dingy toilet mirrors, sipping sun downers at dusk instead of preparing that pristine party pout?

Isn’t it time to make up for that make-up time?

Jorgie Vickers, our resident Dermagraphic artist in the field of Micro pigmentation, understands the importance of a beautiful canvas and has 7 years experience specialising in advanced semi-permanent make-up techniques and correctional work. Perfect for alopecia sufferers, those who’ve undergone chemotherapy, the visually impaired, entertainment professionals or just those suffering the effects of over plucking and tired of constant touch ups.

Trained by Finishing Touches, who also teach their craft to the staff at Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, Jorgie can define and perfect your eyebrows, upper and lower eye line and lip line.

So if you like the idea of looking camera-ready even as the rooster crows, pop in and speak to our experts – there’s no time to spare.

Take a look at our price list and you’ll get an idea of the price range. Our medical practitioners will always keep in mind your concerns and what you want to acheive. And don’t forget you can join our loyalty scheme and save money on regular treatments, so that’s a lovely bonus. And don’t worry, we will be open and honest about prices when we meet for a chat at the very first consultation, so that you can make your decision in your own time. And the consultation is free. So drop us an email or give us a call to come in for a chat.

Semi- permanent make- up introduces micro-pigments into the dermal layer of skin. This technique is designed to be completely safe but will cause some gentle swelling immediately after treatment. Whilst the area heals, there may be some slight flaking of the skin and it’s important not to pick at this which might interrupt the introduction of the pigment.

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