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Why Is A Consultation Necessary ?
This give you an opportunity to meet me and discuss your expectations regarding your procedure. We will discuss what is realistic and what can be achieved. It will give you the chance to ask any questions and to run through what to expect. It is of the utmost importance that you feel comfortable with me and are able to ask any question and discuss any worries you have. Never let someone tattoo your face that you are not comfortable with. You will also be given a patch test
What Is The Difference Between Permanent Makeup And Semi Permanent Makeup?
Simple!!! There is no difference. Permanent Makeup can be called a number of things. Most often it is either Permanent Makeup, Semi Permanent Makeup, Micropigmentation or Cosmetic Tattooing. They all refer to the same thing. It is the process of implanting pigment into the dermis layer of the skin. The main confusion comes between Permanent/Semi Permanent Makeup. As I says there is no difference. The pigments are permanent, however when they are implanted under the skin they disperse over time along with the skin cells due to exposure to the elements. So the appearance of the pigment is faded.
Why Have Permanent Makeup?
There are a number of reasons that clients decide to have Semi-Permanent Makeup: To save time! If you have a busy life and want perfect beautifully symmetrical brows, eye liner and lips then Permanent Make up will be perfect for you. You will look amazing from the minute you wake up. You will have perfect makeup even when going swimming, or doing any other kind of sport! No smudging or running! It can take years of you! Buy placing the arch and tails of your brows or redefining your lip line it can make a big difference and give a more youthful look. The pigments are hypo-allergenic so they are great for clients who have makeup allergies Cosmetic Tattooing can help clients with hair loss due to Alopecia or Chemotherapy Permanent makeup can help clients with health issues which cause tremors in their hands, so making the application of make up impossible. Clients with diminishing eyesight can benefit from Permanent Makeup.
What Are The Risks Related To Permanent Makeup?
The risks are minimal, however this is an invasive procedure, therefore there are related risks involved such as allergic reaction, infection, scaring, incorrect pigment placement. As I say these risks are minimal as I adhere to all of the Health and Safety guidelines. It is extremely rare to hear of any reactions to Permanent Makeup.
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Lucy Foster Aesthetics
67-71 Northwood Street
Birmingham B3 1TX
Tel: 0121 212 9007