Permanent Make up
And Microblading Removal
Microblading and Permanent Makeup is all the rage right now. But sadly, so is Laser Eyebrow Removal. With so many two day classes promising to train people with no previous experience popping up everywhere, the volume of bad work coming to us for removal has grown ten fold in the past year. Juliette specialises in Laser Removal and performs hundreds of these procedures with great success every year. From £85
After Laser Removal and waiting a few months for the area to settle, we can freshly apply your new Semi-Permanent Makeup if desired.
*Results may vary from person to person.
Take a look at some of our fantastic results. We deliver long-term and effective results for all of our clients. We create personalised treatment plans, so we’ll assist you in achieving your best results.
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The laser breaks down the ink particles in the tattoo. The broken down ink is then absorbed by the body and carried out through the body’s lymphatic system.
On average, Semi permanent brows can take any thing from 2-5 sessions.
Tattoos require 8 – 12 sessions, with the session being 6 – 8 weeks apart. The amount of time required for the removal of a tattoo and the success of the removal varies with each individual. Factors influencing this include: skin type, location, colour, amount of ink, scarring or tissue change, and layering.
Treating more frequently than 6 – 8 weeks increases the risk of adverse affects on the skin and does not necessarily increase the rate of absorption. At each session, some but not all of the tattoo pigment particles are effectively fragmented, and the body removes the smallest fragments over the course of several weeks. The result is that the tattoo is lightened over time. Remaining large particles of tattoo pigment are then targeted at subsequent treatment sessions, causing further lightening. The number of sessions and spacing between treatments depends on various factors, including the area of the body treated and skin colour. Tattoos located on the extremities, such as the ankle, generally take longest. As tattoos fade, we may recommend that clients wait many months between treatments to facilitate ink resolution and minimize unwanted side effects. If you treat your tattoo too frequently, the laser is simply targeting the ink that it has already been fragmented but that your body hasn’t had enough time to remove completely.
Yes, you can buy one treatment at a time.
Free consultation is given.
Dark (blue, black) and red inks will resolve the best. Oranges, purples and yellows usually fade as well. Green inks are the most difficult to remove, and additional treatments are needed to produce significant fading.
In many cases, yes. Greater than 95% fading of the tattoo may be accomplished. However, it is important to know that there are many types of tattoo inks in use worldwide. Not knowing which tattoo ink was used, or how deeply it was applied, makes it impossible for the technician to predict the degree of removal on any given tattoo.
Yes it is painful. It feels similar to a snap of a hot rubber band, or grease spitting at you when you’re frying something. We ensure that all discomfort is minimised for our clients, and we offer cold air cryo freezing to clients to numb the treated area.
Everyone responds at a different rate. Most people will see a difference with every treatment over the 6 to 8 week period. Having a before photo available to look at helps.
Aloe Vera gel will be applied directly after the treatment has been done. If it has a burning sensation, you may apply an ice pack from the freezer. The treated area should be kept clean. If a scab forms it is vital that you do not pick or scratch it. Occasionally, there will be pinpoint bleeding associated with the treatment. We ask that you do not cover the area with anything, let air get to it. You may also get blisters associated with this treatment, this is perfectly normal. If that occurs, please protect the blisters, let them heal as naturally as possible. Do not pop the blisters. Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds during the healing process.