Permanent Eyebrow Makeup

Cosmetic Tattooing

Cosmetic tattooing is the implantation of a pigment into the skin for cosmetic purposes. It is in effect a tattoo however different needles and pigments are often used. There are many types of cosmetic tattooing and below is further information on the types that are available at our clinic. The procedures are carries out be Claire Stokes and she has nearly 7 years of experience working on a variety of people with differing skin needs. Claire is fully insured and licensed by the Local Authority (South Kesteven) and she prides herself on the measures she takes to ensure your health and safety during the treatments with her. Further down this page is a short video of some of the things she does to maintain a high standard of hygiene. Claire offers a range of brow, eyeliner and lip techniques to suit everyone from clear definition to soft powdery natural results. A full consultation and a patch test are mandatory for this treatment at least 48 hours prior to the procedure and no more than 6 months before. You cannot have any PMU procedures if you are pregnant or until 6 weeks after birth or 6 weeks after cessation of breast feeding. There are other contraindications, please discuss these with Claire at your consultation.

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Permanent Makeup

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Permanent make-up also known as Micropigmentation, is a cosmetic tattooing technique that uses specially formulated pigments to enhance and define facial features. With all of the techniques a natural or more made-up look can be achieved. It gives the opportunity to give a softly made-up look without having to apply cosmetics. The effects of PMU are long-lasting and this needs to be considered before going ahead. It is important to ensure that your artist understands what you are trying to achieve and that your desired results are possible before commencing treatment. Regular maintenance is needed to keep the results at their optimum, every 18 months you should check in with your artist to check if there is maintenance  needed. Microblading is type of PMU created by the use of a hand-tool instead of a machine, this is not always a suitable method for every skin type and the same result can be achieved but using a machine to create 

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Above: Healed brows, lash line enhancement and fresh lips.

the 'hair strokes' and often they heal better and are longer lasting than the hand-tool method. Treatment is also suitable for those with Alopecia and those about to undergo Cancer treatment such as Chemotherapy. Please contact Claire as soon as possible so that she can formulate the best treatment plan possible for you. 

Scalp Micropigmentation

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We are Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) specialists. We offer treatments for Male Pattern Baldness, Female Hairloss, Thinning of the hair, and hairline repair. Scalp Micropigmentation is the process of implanting tiny randomised dots into the skin on the scalp to simulate the appearance of hair follicles. It is ideal for women who have a loss of hair density and can make thinning hair much less noticeable. On men, it is used to simulate a 'shaved' head rather than bald head, leading to a much more youthful look, or it can be used to give the appearance of more density to hair growth too, depending on the severity of hair loss. ​A hair tattoo or scalp micropigmentation is a non-surgical, superficial cosmetic tattoo that gives the illusion of a close buzz cut hairstyle on a bald head or density to a thinning crown. Scalp Micropigmentation is the revolutionary procedure of creating a realistic, undetectable hairline tattoo. The procedure can also be used to conceal scars from hair transplantation and hide the visual impact of burns or scars on the head. Scalp micropigmentation can be performed on all ethnicities.​

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Medical Micropigmentation

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Claire is continually training and learning new techniques and she has plans to add Medical Micropigmentation to her repertoire shortly. Medical Micropigmentation covers things such as areolar reconstructions following breast surgery, improving the appearance or scarring, disguising scarring from harelip surgery and much more. Claire already offer Skin needling treatment soft the improvement of scar tissue and she will use this in conjunction with the new Medical Micropigmentation treatments to soon be offered. If you would like to find out more about scar treatments that are already available at the clinic click teh button to book a consultation with Claire.