Ever wondered about semi-permanent makeup? This page answers some of the frequently asked questions that Katie Elizabeth gets asked the most. If you have a question that’s not answered here, please get in touch via the Contact Katie page.
Semi-permanent makeup treatments are intended to last for several years. However, there are several factors which affect the length of time semi-permanent makeup treatments last, including skin type, exposure to the sun and your all round lifestyle.
Although long term, one of the many benefits of semi-permanent makeup treatments are that they don’t last forever. This means that whether you want the same style or a different look, your semi-permanent makeup will need to be re-applied over time. Top-ups are recommended every 18 months to 2 years.
Many clients say that compared to the cost of continuously purchasing facial cosmetics, semi-permanent makeup can be a low cost option. For a full list of Katie Elizabeth’s treatments and prices, click here or visit the Prices page
Good aftercare can help to ensure that your semi-permanent makeup treatment stands the test of time. Please visit the Post treatment section for full information.
Yes, semi-permanent makeup treatments are completely safe. The pigments that are applied to the skin are made of natural minerals that have been specially selected due to their hypoallergenic and non-toxic properties.
Semi-permanent makeup treatments are ideal for those who would like to improve their appearance so that they can feel more confident. What’s more, semi-permanent makeup is also a great treatment for those who suffer with sensitive skin and often experience a reaction when wearing everyday cosmetics.
Yes. As with regular cosmetics, a range of colours are available for those having semi-permanent makeup treatments. These colours are designed to suit different skin tones as well as provide a range of results from subtle to dramatic.
Katie Elizabeth offers semi-permanent makeup treatments from a range of aesthetics clinics throughout Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. To find out more about the locations Katie Elizabeth works from, visit the Contact Katie page.
Semi-permanent makeup treatments are designed with the comfort of clients in mind. Anaesthetic gels and creams are applied prior to your treatment so that you experience little to no pain or discomfort.
There are a range of things you can do to prepare your skin for a semi-permanent makeup treatment. Please visit the Pre-treatment section for full information.
Semi-permanent makeup differs from having a tattoo as the pigments are not applied as deep into the skin with a standard tattoo. The equipment used to apply semi-permanent makeup is also of a finer quality so that it can be used on more sensitive areas of the face. Finally, semi-permanent makeup involves the application of an anaesthetic cream, meaning the procedure is more comfortable for the client.