Semi-Permanent Makeup FAQ

Q: Am I suitable for semi-permanent makeup?

A: There are very few people who are unable to have semi-permanent makeup. An in-depth consultation is always conducted before any treatments, which includes a patch test to ensure you have no adverse reactions to the pigments used.

Q: Is it painful?


Q: How many visits will I need?

A: Touch-up appointments are usually required 4-6 weeks after your initial treatment. It is normal for the area to heal in patches after your first treatment, and the touch-up will help fill any gaps because of this. The price of treatment includes this follow-up appointment.

Q: How long will my results last?

A: Results can vary between individuals based on factors including skin type, diet, use of sun beds and exposure to chlorinated water. Typically, semi-permanent makeup can stay visible for 1-5 years, gradually fading more over time. An annual touch-up is often recommended to maintain your look.


Q: Can I bring someone with me to a treatment?

A: Yes, as long as they are 18 or older. Children are not allowed into the treatment room.

Choose Your Treatment

Whether you want natural-looking brows, more defined eyes or fuller-looking lips, I offer a treatment option for you! Click to view the range of semi-permanent makeup options on offer.