Semi-permanent Makeup

Semi-permanent make-up

Zoe Carter

Semi-permanent make-up
 
Cosmetic & Medical Tattooing
 

Semi-Permanent Makeup (SPMU) is a relatively recent phenomenon, becoming more prevalent in the last 15 years. It is implanting the right colour in the right place so you can look better naturally. It is not an extreme art but one of subtle harmony. It is the implantation of a pigment suspended in a medium into the dermis or under the skin instead of on top as with traditional makeup.

 

SPMU is an alternative to cosmetic pencils applied to the eyebrows, eyelids, lips and other parts of the face.

 
Cosmetic Pigment Camouflage (CPC) is a specialised procedure which involves areas such as areola re-pigmentation (after breast reconstruction), scars, skin grafts, stretch mark camouflage, wrinkle therapy, burns. It attempts to correct birth defects (e.g. cleft palate), correct disfigurement from illness or accident, or provide cosmetic corrections from surgery.

 

What can be done?

 

Eyebrows Areolas of the breasts
– Too light or fair, patchy or balding
– Broken by a scar or surgically damaged
– To camouflage scars following surgery – – For reduction or enlargement
– To recreate areolas, to give the illusion of nipples
– To darken pale areolas
– To enlarge smaller areolas
– To redefine irregular outlines
Lips (outline and full lip colour)
– Lips asymmetrical
– Badly or undefined outline
– Scars resulting from an accident
– Cleft-lip disfigurement
Eyeliner Beauty Spots
– When eyelashes are too fair
– For people with poor eyesight
– When eyelashes are scant or lacking
Alopecia (hair loss)- To create the illusion of hairs or hair
– Just for fun
– To disguise minor imperfections
– To disguise scars (e.g chicken pox, acne)
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