Eyebrows Makeup

SEMI PERMANENT MAKE UP

(SPMU)

 

MEET THE SPMU TEAM

Team Grasshopper

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JULIE

Head artist

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EMMA

Apprentice

 

FAQS

WHAT KINDS OF SPMU DO YOU OFFER?

We offer eyebrow microblading, combi-brows, machine brows, lip lining, lip blush, eyeliner, freckles, and beauty spots.

AM I A CANDIDATE FOR SPMU?

We'd always recommend booking a consultation with us first to assess what would be appropriate for you.

  • Microblading is only suitable for certain skin types.

  • If you have previous work, we will need to asses if you would be a suitable candidate for the treatment. 

  • We do not offer removals.

DOES IT HURT?

Everyone experiences pain slightly differently- you may experience a pinching-sensation. We do not use local anaesthetics, but you may apply your own numbing cream prior to the appointment to make the process more comfortable.

HOW LONG DOES THE SEMI PERMANENT TATTOO MAKEUP LAST?

On average, it can last from 18 months to 2 years. We offer a free touchup after 6 weeks, and would recommend scheduling annual touch ups for maintenance. 

The tattoo sits only on the upper epidermis of the skin, unlike normal tattoos which penetrate much deeper.

WHAT IS THE HEALING PROCESS LIKE?

For long-lasting results, good healing is crucial!

Week 1

You will experience some redness, swelling, skin sensitivity, or minor bruising.

During the first week of healing, you will experience some scabbing and flaking around the tattoo site. Use clean hands, and apply antibiotic ointment before bed.

Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and soaking the tattoo in water for long periods of time.

It may look slightly darker than you anticipated at first, but the tattoo will lighten to a perfect, natural look by the end of the healing process.

Week 2-3

You will notice shedding of skin and scabs as the tattoo heals. Please do not itch or rub your skin-you may dab with a cold compress if relief is needed.

Much of the superficial healing is completed at this stage. 

Week 4

You may need to schedule a touch-up appointment at this stage, to repair areas where the ink may not have healed properly.