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Semi Permanent Make-up


Microblading is a technique where natural hair strokes are created, it is less invasive and is considered semi-permanent. Microblading is a form of tattoo artistry where the pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine. Microblading typically lasts 18 months to two years, depending on skin type and skincare routine.

Retouch Sessions 6 weeks for existing clients

The semi-permanent procedure requires two sessions to ensure perfect pigmentation. Generally, the results are amazing but it depends on your own skin type, lifestyle, medication, natural skin undertones, immune system, poor diet, sun/ sunbeams, chemical peels, hormone changes. We recommend that everyone has a retouch as this is included in the price. 

Mircoblading eyebrow treatment £350.00 including top-up. 

Annual Top-up £150.00

Powder Brows

Powder brows are created using the machine method much like tattooing but are only semi permanent. They are ideal if you already have fuller brows and want to create a filled in look. They will last 18 months to 2 years depending on skin type, lifestyle and skin routine.

Powder Brows £350.00 including 6 week top up

1 Year Top Up £150.00

Preparing yourself for semi permanent makeup - 

Please arrive make-up free and not to drink any alcohol or caffeine the night before or the day of your appointment.

Before your semi permanent make-up treatment, you must prepare your skin and make sure it's in the most optimal state. Being in the "most optimal state" means that your skin is ready for the Semi permanent makeup.  

Avoid certain skincare products -

Microblading/powder brows creates small incision in the skin so that the pigment can take, so you may need to stop the use of certain skincare products such as; retinoids, acid-based skincare, and topical exfoliates from three days to a week before your appointment. This is to avoid skin irritation, inflammation, over-drying skin, and to reduce sensitivity.

Avoid sun exposure and hair removal treatments -

Avoid any direct sun exposure to the skin for at least 24 hours prior - or where sun exposure is unavoidable, wear a highly effective sunscreen. Prolonged sun exposure may cause skin irritation during treatment.


Microblading/Powder Brows contra-indications

  • High blood pressure or a heart condition

  • Taking blood thinners such as aspirin ect

  • diabetes

  • Pregnant or lactating

  • Glaucoma 

  • Herpes simplex

  • Suffer from skin conditions like rashes, blisters, psoriasis or eczema

  • take steroids 

  • If you are susceptible to post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation or you have hypertrophic scarring/keloids

  • If you have a blood disorder like sickle cell anaemia, haemophilia or platelet disorder 

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Salt & Saline Brow Tattoo Removal

Duration per treatment - 60mins
Treatments required - 3-4 (6 to 8 weeks apart)
Cost per treatment - £80 

Salt and Saline is as a solution that, along with the correct removal method is a simple and safe method of tattoo lightening. It is commonly used on semi-permanent makeup procedures that are no longer desired. The main ingredient used is Sodium Chloride (Salt). When the sterile salt solution is implanted into the unwanted tattoo ink via specialised tattooing techniques, the osmotic process is induced which successfully attracts the fragmented ink particles, this drawing them out of the skin.

This method is highly effective and commonly used within the initial stages of permanent cosmetics correctional work to lighten ill-placed, badly shaped, discoloured cosmetic enhancements.


Tattoo removal is a process where you will need to mentally and financially commit to a course of at least 3-4 treatments so we can begin to see some results! Initially, the pigment may look darker before it gets lighter as pigment that sits deep in the skin comes up to the surface. For some clients the goal is complete removal, others are looking for lightening so the area can be re-worked. 

During the removal process, we are assessing and responding to the pigment, how deep it sits in the skin is the area saturated. The fresher the tattoo, the easier it is to remove. The more top-up's and longer the pigment has been there, the harder it is to remove and in some cases laser removal will be advised.


  • Suitable for all skin types

  • Incurs minimal scarring

  • Natural method

  • Salt and saline solution is not colour selective and is equally effective upon all ink colours

  • Suitable for old and new semi-permanent tattoos

  • Hair growth is not affected within the treatment area 


Requirements Before Your Tattoo Removal

  • No alcohol, caffeine, or blood thinners such as ibuprofen or aspirin 24 hours prior.

  • No exercise on the day of your appointment.

  • Protect your skin from UV rays or tanning beds for 2 weeks before your appointment. Please do not show up sunburned.

  • Avoid facials, chemical peels or microdermabrasion for the 4 weeks before your appointment.

  • No anti-acne or anti-ageing products on the skin for 2 weeks prior to your procedure.

  • No accutane within one year of procedure.

Tattoo Removal Aftercare 

  • First 2 hours fluid will typically ooze in the treated areas. 

  • First 48 hours, refrain from wetting the area. Use a makeup wipe or a washcloth to wash the area around the procedure area.

  • As the scab starts to form, keep the area clean and dry. The longer the scab stays, the better the result. Cleanse gently twice daily with unscented soap and pat dry with a clean towel or paper towel.

  • Until scabbing is complete, no makeup or skincare products should go within 2.5cm of the procedure area.

  • Do not touch, rub, scratch ,or pick the scab. Doing so may cause scarring and/or hyperpigmentation as well as prevent the saline from removing as much pigment as possible.

  • While the area is scabbing, do not apply any type of balm, ointment or covering.

  • Avoid exercise/sweating, swimming, or water. Do not soak your face underwater or spray shower directly on your face for 2 weeks.

  • Once the scab has fallen off on its own, you may begin applying a high-quality oil or ointment 3x daily like vitamin e or bio oil. No other creams or chemicals should be applied during this time.

  • Keeping up with your select ointment application for a minimum 4x weeks will reduce the risk of scarring or discoloration.

  • The skin may appear pink or discolored for a couple of weeks before returning to its original shade. Sometimes pigment that has spread underneath the skin may rise to the surface before coming out completely. In these cases, it may appear that the tattoo has ‘bled’ to surrounding tissue. This is all part of the process and can be addressed during future sessions if needed. 

  • Please refrain from threading, waxing or hair removal products on the treated area while healing.

  • Typically the scab can last anywhere from 7 - 14 days depending on aftercare and skin.

  • SALINE REMOVAL IS A PROCESS. Desirable results take an average of 3-4 (or more) sessions depending on the depth and pigment of the unwanted tattoo among other factors.

During the procedure we are inflicting a controlled wound and clients must ensure to follow a strict aftercare protocol to avoid any chance of infection. In the event of an infection you may experience some pressure and/or burning and the following recommendations are helpful to resolve the infection.

  • Wash the areas thoroughly with an unscented, pH balanced soap. Cetaphil or Pears soap work well.

  • Rinse well, make sure you completely dry the area using something that will not get stuck and pull any remaining scabs. Gently using a blow dryer can work but avoid burning the area.

  • When the area is completely dry, apply some Polysporin or Neosporin and the infection generally resolves within 24 hours. 

  • In the event that the infection does not resolve or gets worse, please see your GP.

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