Save yourself time, money and wake up every day with perfectly applied makeup that won’t smudge and that will stay on day and night.
What is Permanent Make-up?
Permanent makeup, also known as micro-pigmentation, and cosmetic tattooing is a revolutionary cosmetic technique which involves inserting coloured natural pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. It produces articulate designs that resemble makeup.
Permanent makeup can give you the confidence of having perfectly shaped eyebrows, wide awake pretty eyes and beautifully contoured lips every day. The convenience of not having to go through a time consuming daily makeup ritual. Your make up will be soft subtle and perfectly in place with no smudging or no mess.
What are the Benefits of Make-up?
- Saves valuable time
- Make up that stays on day and night
- Smudge-free and zero maintenance
- Adds definition to lips and brows
- Assists with impairments
- Saves Money
Permanent Make-up Treatments
- Nanoblading (£200 for one session; £250 including top-up) Approx 2 hours.
Digital Natural, Powdered or Ombré Brows
- Digital Brow (£225 for one session; £275 including top-up) Approx 2 hours.
- Combination brows (£250 for one session; £300 including top-up) Approx 2 hours 30 minutes.
Eyeliner Enhancement or Liner
- Eyeliner Enhancement (£100 for one session; £150 including top-up) Approx 1 hour 30 minutes.
- Eyeliner (£125 for one session; £175 including top-up) Approx 1 hour 30 minutes.
- Eyeliner Thick (£140 for one session; £190 including top-up) Approx 2 hours.
- Eyeliner Top and Bottom (£150 for one session; £200 including top-up) Approx 2 hours.
- Gloss and glow lips (£250 for one session; £300 including top-up) Approx 3 hours.
- Full lips (£350 for one session; £400 including top-up) Approx 3 hours 30 minutes.
- Retouch (£75 before 12 months; £100 12-18 months) Approx 30 minutes.
Permanent Make-up FAQ
Does permanent make up hurt?
Some people have more sensitive skin than others, the sensation is more like scratching. However, a topical anaesthetic can be used prior to and during all procedures, and plenty of time for the numbing agents to take effect.
How does permanent makeup work?
Various types of needles are used depending on the procedure to release colour into a hole in your skin. Although pigment is applied to the top layer of skin only, the procedure may still sting — just like it does when you get a tattoo. It takes about three weeks for the pigment to fade to the colour you selected.
What is Micropigmentation?
Micropigmentation, commonly known as permanent cosmetics, is the process of inserting coloured pigments just beneath the skin’s surface. The insertion of colour reaches only the papillary layer of the dermis. At Beauté Naturelle, the finest medical-grade pigments are used. Only sterile, single-use, disposable needles are used to ensure no contamination.
How long do I allow for a PMU procedure?
A client should allow 3 hours for each procedure, although some procedures do not take that long. Enough time needs to be allowed for topical numbing agents to take effect, choosing the perfect colour, and perfect shape to create a perfectly customized process for every client. The actual application of the permanent makeup may take up to an hour depending on the case and complexity.
Will I be able to choose the shape and colour I want?
Yes, if you know exactly how you want the permanent makeup procedure done, you should come with her make up done like that to the consultation. Also, feel free to bring images of permanent makeup that you love!
Colour choices that complimented the natural skin are discussed, and the shape is drawn and approved by the client before the beginning of any permanent application.
How long does permanent make up last?
Gradual fading can be expected for all micro-pigmentation procedures. This varies among people and is dependent on the specific shade used. Most colours last three to five years, although some may not fade and last for many years.
Do I need to do a top-up?
Although always advised as most permanent makeup procedures take at least ten days to heal and to see the final result.
What’s the difference between nano-blading and micro-blading?
Nanoblading is microblading but with superfine, flexible needles. Microblading and nano-blading both offer fine hair strokes that look natural and true to life, but nano-blading provides further precision and accuracy because it uses tiny needles, compacted together into an ultra-fine blade