Micropigmentation Treatments (Permanent Make Up)
This is a very exciting cosmetic and remedial technique the results of which are most pleasing and quite often stunning. This is why Dawn decided to introduce and teach micropigmentation skills to a few very carefully selected practitioners both in the United Kingdom and overseas.
Micropigmentation can be used for creating a completely new eyebrow shape or for filling in or extending the eyebrows. Have you always fancied a beauty spot? (very fashionable right now) then it can be yours for the asking. Perhaps you have a problem with your lipstick - does it tend to "fray at the edges" after it's been on for a while? A pigmented lipliner will not only remain in place but it will keep your lipstick within the line thus giving a beautiful contour to the mouth. The technique can also be used to correct an uneven lipline, some clients like to have the entire lips coloured.
Just imagine - wouldn't it be wonderful to wake up each morning with two perfectly matched eyebrows or to be able to go swimming and still have your brows and eyeliner in place when you emerge from the water?
The treatment is performed by introducing natural colour pigments into the skin, using a fine needle. This is done with a special electrical machine and should only be carried out by a qualified practitioner. Clients should be aware that although this is considered a permanent procedure the colour is likely to fade after a time and may therefore require further enhancement.
Remedial micropigmentation is invaluable for concealing scars which sometimes follow cosmetic surgery, and in particular for pigmenting the areola after breast reconstruction. Dramatic improvements can be achieved where micropigmentation is used to improve facial alignment after an accident, or for someone with a hair lip. Patients with vitiligo can be helped and are offered personal tuition in applying and controlling the colour for themselves. Dawn treats both cosmetic and paramedical clients at her home in Retford, near Doncaster.
A skin patch test must be taken prior to the first treatment. This can be done on the initial consultation. Clients for whom distance is a problem, or who would prefer to do the patch test at home themselves may telephone the administration office on +44 (0)1777 860500 and request a patch test and instructions. Their consultation will then be given at the start of their first treatment.
Clients are not under any obligation to proceed with the treatment.