Almost 90% of women in the UK use cosmetics every day and if you include toiletries and perfumes, the industry is worth over £6.5bn in Britain alone, every year!
Almost without exception, women, and, increasingly men, put make-up on to enhance their appearance and feel better and more confident about themselves, and with the technological advancements in the beauty industry moving at such a fast pace, permanent make-up is now one of the most talked about growth areas in the business today. It took a while to filter into the mainstream, but it's here, and we can now make sure you look your best, twenty-four hours a day.
Referred to as Semi permanent makeup purely because experts say it can last up to five years. While it's almost permanent, colours do tend to fade over time based on your age, skin condition and exposure to UV rays, so clients will usually to revisit for 'top-up' treatments at any time between 12 months and three years after the original application.
Of course, everyone's routine and makeup styles are different, and Emily at Emily-louise Beauty provides an individually tailored look for each and every client. Whether you need a few subtle touches or the full glamorous effect, Emily's permanent makeup treatments address all of your makeup needs perfectly.
Semi permanent makeup follows the same underlying principles as tattooing, in which pigment, in the form of natural iron oxide is applied to the dermal layer of the skin in almost any colour the client chooses. It is hypoallergenic, emollient-free and non-reactive, and because we use the newest form of digital technology, you can achieve a natural cosmetic enhancement and benefit from -
- Larger looking eyes with thicker lashes
- Younger looking, fuller lips
- Perfectly shaped eyebrows, smoothing the brow
Permanent make-up is no more painful than having your eyebrows tweezed, but to make sure your treatment is as comfortable and relaxing as possible, we will apply a local anesthetic to the area we are working on.
You can choose colours which complement your own skin tone and of course if you ever fancy a change, it is an ideal base for conventional cosmetic products.