We use the best Permanent Makeup Pigments
Imagine the convenience of a wash and wear face, with eyeliner, eyebrows, and lip colour that doesn’t smear or run off during the day. Permanent cosmetic makeup is the art and science of implanting organic colour into the skin. It is putting the right colour in the right place so that you can look better naturally. Organic Pigments are a combination of organic and carbon materials. There is no iron oxide in organic pigments, which eliminates colour change of the pigment. Organic pigments are combined with an insoluble substance, which reduces the risk of an allergic reaction. Organic pigments stay true to its colour. The colour will never migrate and is stable. Permanent eyeliner is a specialised form, of micro pigmentation, where pigment is placed in the dermal layer of the skin around the eyes.
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We specialize in corrective techniques!!
…..All Prices for Corrective Techniques are Subject to Quote on the Day of Consultation
- A subtle, natural look, mimicking thousands of tiny eyelashes along your natural eyelash line
- Very much the same as using eyeliner pencil to draw continuous lines along your natural eyelash line
- This is for those who want their eyes to look magnificent no matter what time of the day it is – my personal favorite.
- Additional shadowing of colour can be added for a soft natural powder appearance (Smokey eyes)
- The Ombre effect comes from using two different brow colours, one lighter than the other. It is more natural looking than solid colour and is THE latest thing in eyebrow Permanent Makeup. The term ‘Ombre’ from the French word meaning shaded or shading.
- Hair stroke method is ideal for those who have very little to no eyebrow hair to begin with. Very fine hairline strokes are created to visually replicate individual natural hairs (as opposed to a “block” or solid look). Light shading is then applied to give the brows dimensions.
Eyebrow Creating-Full Brows
- The full created hair stroke eyebrow procedure is a combination of techniques, first by creating a shadowing background of the entire brow layered on top with natural looking hairs of different pigments creating dimension and depth.
Soft Fill Technique
- This technique is most beneficial for individuals who already have hair on their brows, but have gaps,
Soft Shading Technique
- Soft shading technique is usually applied in combination with other techniques like the hair stroke technique.
- Fixing shape and correcting old eyebrows colours that are blue, purple, orange, pink.
3d Eyebrow Technique
- The 3d eyebrows procedure is an extremely popular method for brow enhancement. Delicate strokes done in little sections (applied from the inner to the outer corner of the brow), are created to replicate natural hair using bolder pigment. This helps to define and strengthen sparse or thin areas of the brow, leaving a completely natural looking 3d appearance.
Powder Filled Technique
- The “powder filled” technique involves a filling in or thickening of areas that already have eyebrow hair present with a soft and darker colour which varies in transparency. As opposed to creating hairline strokes from scratch to cover bald or thin areas, the powdery filled technique is best for those simply wanting shaping and or a blocked like look enhancement.
- This is basically a combination of the shading and hair stroke techniques, whereby strokes are made closer to one another creating a shaded dimensional appearance. Certain skin types will fair better than others with a feather shaded eyebrow
- Including Lip Liner
- Including Soft Lip Liner
- Excluding Lip Liner
Due to the limitations in the accurate reproduction of the colour pigments, the colours printed here do not represent the final pigment colour and serve only as an indication of the final and correct colour.
One on one training can be arranged on request. You will have adequate hands on practical experience while training. You will leave the training feeling 100% confident and capable. Please note that your training can be done in your own time as well as in the evenings or weekends. Please contact Celest on 082 788 7026 or email@example.com for further information and a quote.