Spmu treatments

Eyebrow treatments from £250

  • £100 - 6wk.
  • £150 - 12mo.
  • £250 - 24mo.

Permanent eyebrow Makeup allows not only save time spent on daily makeup but also is intended to correct shortcomings.

It is a mistake to think that eyebrows are unimportant. On the contrary, eyebrows are the most important features on any face that can either make or break our look. Eyebrows aim to make facial features more expressive and emphasise our personality. It is the shape and the shade of eyebrows that create and complete the perfect look. Nowadays, Permanent Makeup is a highly artistic procedure that requires not only great skill and training but also innate taste and, preferably, artistic education.

  1. Why do you need Permanent eyebrow Makeup?

    • Eyebrows become thicker and neater.
    • Healed result lasts for a long time, but not forever, which makes possible to follow new fashion trends, choose other techniques and forms of eyebrow tattooing. 
    • The ability to adjust the shape of your eyebrows. 
    • Maximally natural result.
    • Does not slow down as well as does not stop the growth of natural hairs. 
    • The ability to fix the defects of the superciliary arches (asymmetry, scars, bald patches). 
    • Saving time in the morning. 
  2. Who is Permanent Makeup for?

    • Permanent Makeup is suitable for people over 18 years old. It can be a real lifesaver for those with Alopecia or a lot of gaps in the growth of hairs as well as obvious shape and symmetry problems.
  3. Recommendations

    • Try to book yourself in for the procedure in the interval from the 6th to the 23rd day of the menstrual cycle. 
    • Do not pluck, cut or shave off your eyebrows before the procedure. It is important to see the natural hair growth pattern, density and colour.
    • Exclude the use of aspirin and other blood thinning drugs at least a week before the procedure. 
    • Do not drink alcohol at least 24 hours prior to the procedure. 
    • Make sure to get a good night’s sleep before the procedure. 
    • Do not drink coffee or strong tea at least 6 hours before the procedure. 
    • Antibiotics should not be taken for two weeks before and after the procedure due to the fact that body will reject the pigment. 
    • It is also advisable not to tan/use sunbeds at least one day before the procedure, due to the skin getting coarse and being not susceptible to the pigment. 
    • Do not be afraid! If you are really worried you can take a mild sedative but not Brandy for courage! 

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