Permanent Makeup is non-surgical method of implanting pigment into papillary layer of the skin. Scroll down for more information.

  1. What is Permanent Makeup?

    Permanent Makeup is also known as Semi-Permanent Makeup, Facial Tattooing, Micropigmentation – is a form of cosmetic tattooing where tiny particles of the pigment are implanted into the papillary layer of the skin which allows having long-lasting eyebrows, eyeliner as well as a lip colour. Longevity depends on many factors including age, skin type, immune system, habits etc. Permanent Makeup has to be performed only by a trained Permanent Makeup Artist.

  2. How important is Permanent Makeup ‘'Touch up’' procedure?

    Permanent Makeup is a two-step procedure. To understand the importance of completing both initial and touch up procedures follow this link 

  3. What are the advantages of Permanent Makeup?

    • Absolute water resistance
    • No need for carrying your makeup bag around
    • Does not smudge
    • Cannot be spoiled in the gym or sauna
    • No need to wake up early to apply makeup
    • No need to adjust makeup several times a day
    • A great opportunity to look beautiful at any time of the day
    • Long-lasting result
  4. Does it hurt?

    Even though Permanent Makeup does not involve significant injury to skin pain tolerance between individuals differs. To ensure your maximum comfort special cream is used during the procedure which makes the procedure non-painful/bearable depending on your pain tolerance level as well as on the treatment area. For instance, eyes and lips are more delicate than eyebrows, therefore, you may feel discomfort during the procedure.

  5. Is it safe?

    Even a fork is dangerous in inept hands!
    Yes, Permanent Makeup is safe. All Health and Safety requirements are met and all precautions are observed when performing the procedure. Only hypoallergenic and certified products, as well as equipment, are used.

  6. Is there a risk of infection?

    All of the sanitary and hygienic standard requirements are adhered during all stages of the Permanent Makeup procedure. Only sterile disposable needles are used and opened in the presence of the client. All the precautions are followed throughout the procedure to prevent cross infection for client’s as well as master’s safety.
    Aftercare has to be followed exactly as stated in the Aftercare Form in order to avoid the risk of infection during the healing process.
    Please note that even the most incompetent and careless master cannot infect you with Herpes – 85% of World’s population has it, but the majority is in a dormant state. Permanent Makeup procedure can wake it up causing an outbreak on injured areas. Therefore, it is important to prepare for your procedure in advance, especially for lips colour. In order to prevent this, you will need to get a prescription from your GP. More information regarding precautions is discussed during the individual consultation process.

  7. ''Do I need to shave my eyebrows prior to the procedure? Are my eyebrows going to be shaved off during the procedure?''

    Absolutely not! Moreover, it is desirable to come to the procedure with the maximum eyebrow hairs. Only those hairs that do not fit into the desired shape of your Permanent Makeup eyebrows will be removed.

  8. ''I want my Permanent Makeup exactly as my friend has.''

    Unfortunately, it is not possible to make it as in the picture or as your friend has it due to your physiological characteristics. Permanent Makeup is applied following your natural facial features in order to emphasise your natural beauty and individuality.

  9. Is Permanent Makeup the same as tattoo?

    No. Tattoo pigment is placed into the deep layers of the skin and almost always remains in them, unlike the Permanent Makeup, which eventually fades. The difference lays in the depth of implanted pigment and the sort of materials and equipment used.

  10. Do I have to fill in the consent form before the procedure?

    Yes. All Consent forms and Treatment protocols must be filled in completely and signed prior to the procedure.

  11. How long before I can go out in public?

    Immediately! The colour can be slightly darker than desired straight after the procedure, which is absolutely normal. It will remain darker for a few days. As for scabs, they are hardly noticeable and do not interfere with your daily life.

  12. Why is it so expensive?

    Permanent Makeup is worth every penny if you look at it as a long-term project. It is a treatment which gives us confidence, saves time and makes us beautiful as well as other beauty treatments. Each of us decides if there is a possibility to live without a haircut, nails or Permanent Makeup.
    Also, Permanent Makeup is not just we take a device and quickly draw something on a client’s face. Trust me technicians have invested a lot of money, energy and time to gain the knowledge they have. Not to mention the fact that all equipment and consumables are quite expensive.
    Surely, you always can find who makes it cheaper. The question is if they are responsible for the result of their work. Do not forget you get what you pay for. The choice is always yours.

  13. How long does the finished result last?

    The degree of colour permanency varies with each individual: from many months to several years depending on the person’s unique ability to regenerate cells. Not to forget that ultraviolet rays, exposure to chlorine, salts, sauna, medication etc. can shorten the life of Permanent Makeup.

  14. How long does it heal?

    It takes from 4 to 6 weeks to completely heal. Scabs are starting to form on the second day along the entire treated surface. It is dry to the touch and usually peels off for several days, for some people it may take longer. The healing process does not stop when the scabs are gone. It is very important to follow aftercare instructions that you will receive during individual consultation process.

  15. What will I experience right after the procedure?

    Immediately after the procedure you may have a small swelling and redness which will subside within 2 to 4 hours. The treated area will look significantly darker right after the procedure and will become 30-50% lighter after completely healed. Treated area will gradually acquire a natural desirable look.

  16. How long does the Permanent Makeup procedure take?

    The length of the procedure depends on the treated area. 2-3 hours are assigned for each client for a careful selection of the shape and colour.

  17. Can I apply makeup after the procedure?

    Makeup must not be used on the treated areas until completely healed. After healing process is complete you can apply makeup as usual.

  18. Can I do sports immediately after the Permanent Makeup procedure?

    It is not allowed to do any sport activities on the day of the procedure and during the healing process. Avoid swimming pool, sauna, steam bath for at least 2 weeks.

  19. When will I see the final result?

    Slight superficial peeling of the upper injured dry layer of epidermis usually comes off after the first scabs are gone. Also, you may notice that the colour is faded and got colder. The final colour and its saturation are only seen after the complete restoration of the skin which takes 1-1,5 month after the procedure.

  20. Does eyeliner affect vision?

    No, Permanent Makeup does not affect vision in any way.

  21. Do eyebrow hairs get damaged during Permanent Makeup procedure?

    Absolutely not. All your eyebrow hair will remain and grow as usual as the hair follicles do not get damaged in the process.

  22. Are there any contraindications for Permanent Makeup?

    Yes. AIDS, diabetes (insulin-dependent), haemophilia, skin diseases (psoriasis, eczema), prolonged intake of drugs (antibiotics, anticoagulants), keloid scars, acute inflammatory diseases, mental disorders, epilepsy, oncological diseases etc. A client has to fill in the Consent Form where all questions have to be answered honestly and all existing diseases must be reported prior to the procedure.

  23. What are the limitations before the procedure?

    For a day before the procedure do not drink alcohol, coffee, cola; do not take any drugs, painkillers and thinning blood medications. When having lip procedure, it is necessary to get a prescription from a GP in order to prevent Herpes Simplex.