Cosmetic Tattooing • Cryotherapy • ENGLAND • GRAND CAYMAN

Project Description

Everlasting Makeup… “wake up beautiful”

Lip Semi Permanent Makeup by Tamara Bonnar

Semi-Permanent Make-Up with its advanced new techniques and procedures will enhance your natural beauty and give your features shape and definition without ever having to visit your make-up bag.

Goldeneye semi permanent makeup cosmetic tattoo pigmentation ink used by Tamara BonnarAlso known as Micropigmentation, it is the term used for applying coloured pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. The procedure is completely safe and effective and used for a variety of semi-permanent cosmetic enhancements such as eyebrows, eyeliner and lip liners. Women of all ages are experiencing the difference micro pigmentation can make. After just one procedure you can have stunning smudge free make-up that will last for several years.

Book Your Consultation

Tamara-BonnarThe next step is to complete our specific Cosmetic Tattooing Consultation & Consent Form and we will contact you to arrange your free consultation with Tamara. Please call 01264 810004 if you have any queries. Tamara is fully qualified and insured in the art of micropigmentation and dedicated to the highest standards of safety, efficiency and procedure excellence.

Treatment Preparation & Aftercare Advice

• Avoid drinking coffee, taking ibuprofen, aspirin (unless medically advised) alcohol the night before your treatment.
• You will not be able to apply make up for 24 hours after your treatment. It is strongly recommended to use new products to avoid bacterial contamination.
• Ideally, you should not visit the gym, sauna, jacuzzi or swim for 24 hours after the procedure.
• Any tweezing, waxing, facial hair tinting or eyelash tinting/curling should be done 48 hours prior to treatment and one week post procedure.
Eyeliner: Eyelash extensions and contact lenses should be removed prior to arriving at the clinic.
Lips: If you are prone to cold sores it is highly likely you will have an outbreak. Take necessary precautions to avoid.
• You must be in good health on the day of your treatment.
• Please eat before you visit the clinic. This will help with your blood sugar levels.
• You will be required to fill in Consent and Treatment forms and will have your photograph taken before and after the procedure. These will be stored securely by your technician.
• Aftercare is key. If you can keep the area clean and do not pick the area, your procedures will heal quickly and look beautiful.
• You may notice whiteness or blanching around the area; this is quite normal and will subside in a few hours. Do not allow water to go directly onto the treated area. If it does, please blot dry with clean gauze – DO NOT WIPE.
• The area may still be numb and be slightly swollen. The numbing will subside within a couple of hours. The swelling should subside within two days.
• In some cases there may be bruising. This should last no longer than one week. If the area weeps, you can gently blot the area with tissue to remove the moisture. Take care not to rub.
• Eyebrows and eyeliner should dry heal.
• If you are given some aftercare ointment for lip procedures, use sparingly. Apply 1-3 times a day with clean hands and a clean cotton bud. If your lips feel dry, apply more frequently but do not over use. Over use may affect pigment retention.
DO NOT PICK OR PULL AT THE AREA – it may cause infections or pigment loss.
Your treatment will follow these healing phases:
HEAL: as soon as your procedure is finished, your body will start to heal. The skin will close and you may see a thin scab which protects the area whilst healing.
PEEL: after a few days the scab will fall away and you will see pigment.
FADE: you will see a lighter hue of implanted colour. This colour will change over 4-6 weeks. In some cases, healed lip colour will not be seen for up to 3 months. In some cases eyeliner can disappear entirely during this phase.
• Following your first application, the colour may fade up to 40-60%
• Your follow up procedure may be booked after 4 weeks and before 3 months.
• You can expect the pigment to be more vibrant once healed after the follow-up.
• Your procedure may not be complete until you have had both treatments.
• If you leave it after 3 months it is deemed a re-touch and you may be charged accordingly.
• Consider using a waterproof, total sunblock. Sun exposure will fade your procedure and the colour may change.
• Strong chemical or glycolic/acid peels of any kind may cause pigment to lighten.
• Keep your procedure looking its best. Book a colour boost procedure 12-18 months following the second visit.
Giving Blood
The Red Cross have suggested that you do NOT give blood for 6 months.
MRI Scans
This procedure shows up as an artefact on the scan. Some clients may experience a tingling sensation. Please notify the radiologist.
Dermal fillers can alter the shape of the eyebrows or the lips.
Laser hair removal, particularly around the lip area (cleft patients) can cause colour change – it is important to advice laser technicians that you have had a micropigmentation procedure as this cannot be rectified with another micropigmentation procedure.
Colour Refreshing
To keep your micropigmentation looking its best it is recommended that you have a colour boost procedure every 12-18 months.

If you have any queries or feel your procedure is not healing as explained please call us on 01264 810004 immediately.

Clients Who Benefit

• Anybody who applies their make-up daily.
• Sufferers from Alopecia or other hair loss problems.
• Allergy sufferers who react to conventional cosmetic products.
• Disabled people who find cosmetic application problematic.
• Athletes, swimmers and those who regularly take part in sporting activities.
• People who require correction of asymmetry of facial features.

Questions & Answers

Although pigment molecules stay in the skin indefinitely, the colour remains visible for several years. This is variable depending upon the client’s age, skin type, colour choice, sun exposure and lifestyle.
Every client is different but with the combination of modern anaesthetics and advanced new equipment and techniques, discomfort is minimal.
Definitely. The client is in control every step of the way from desired shape to colour selection.
You should allow a minimum of two hours for a new procedure.
Immediately post procedure the area treated may appear swollen and the colour will appear darker and more intense. This will last for several days. Complete healing can take up to six weeks for the pigment to mature in the skin and the true colour to emerge.

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