Semi Permanent Makeup
Micro pigmentation or more commonly known as semi permanent makeup has taken the U.K, Europe and in particular Glasgow by storm. Rebel Rouge is proud of its alliance with Scottish leading semi permanent artist Jillian Sharp.
This treatment is a form of cosmetic tattooing, in which hypoallergenic pigments are introduced into the skin in order to create a shadow or colour that mimics the most perfectly applied make-up in soft natural tones of colour.
Because the pigment sits in the skin the effect remains with the client 24 hours a day and gradually fades over a number of years.
This treatment is suitable for anyone who is discovering permanent eyebrow, eyeliner and lip colour that looks completely natural. Clients who have benefited from permanent cosmetic procedures include those:
- With sparse or no eyebrows or eyelashes
- With poor vision or an unsteady hand
- With allergy to conventional cosmetics
- With hay fever or watery eyes
- Busy people with little or no time to apply cosmetics that are concerned about their appearance and want to look good 24 hours a day.
What is Micro Pigmentation used for?
Permanent make-up is also great for physically active people who want to look their best throughout activities such as swimming, hiking, biking, tennis, aerobics, and don't want to worry about "sweating off" or reapplying cosmetics.
Men who want feature enhancement that looks natural and not "made up" will also benefit from the micro pigmentation procedure.
Permanent cosmetic procedures have a wide variety of applications including :
- Eyeliner, top and bottom
- Eyelash enhancement
- Lip liner
- Full lip color
- Scar camouflage
- Hair simulation
- Beauty marks
Why Permanent Cosmetics?
Some of the objectives of Micro Pigmentation include:-
- Raise self esteem
- Improve self confidence
- Allow for a more active lifestyle and personal freedom
- Saving time.
Both men and women who need this procedure realise the positive results of permanent make-up.
How long does Micro Pigmentation Last?
This is permanent, but over the years, of course, the colour will fade.
This is due to exposure to the sun, certain creams with AHA, retinol, etc. but your colour can be retouched every 18-24 months if needed