The result of the treatment gives a soft, natural finish that imitates perfectly applied make-up, a subtle enhancement.
- A wonderful alternative to applying your daily make up
- Excellent for athletes, trainers, swimmers etc.
- Great if you have an unsteady hand or failing eyesight
- Fantastic for people who have lost their brows/lashes
- Improves features and gives shape and definition
You will be given a thorough consultation in which colour, placement and finish are discussed before your treatment. Using the most advanced new equipment coloured pigments are applied to the dermal layer of the skin and discomfort is minimal.
Ruth Kane has been fully trained with Finishing Touches in cosmetic and medical tattooing. Finishing Touches are market leaders. Ruth Kane sees all Nakedhealth clients for this treatment.
Is permanent cosmetic enhancement a form of tattooing?
Permanent cosmetic enhancement also known as semi-permanent make-up and micro-pigmentation is an advanced form of tattooing, however the pigments are not infused as deeply into the skin and therefore your enhancement will not have the permanency of a conventional tattoo. The pigments replicate the colour choices available with conventional cosmetics, enabling us to achieve subtle translucent results.
What will I look like immediately after my procedure?
The colour will appear a darker shade than the desired result for between 4 – 14 days after the procedure and mild redness and swelling may be apparent for a few days.
How long will my look last?
Permanent cosmetic enhancement can last for many years but softer neutral enhancements tend to fade faster, normally requiring a colour boost every 12 months to maintain their fresh appearance.
What our clients say
Thanks to my treatment with Ruth I have much better defined brows, it makes my whole face look more alive.
I love that I look like I’ve got my make-up on, first thing in the morning
|Eyeliner – top and bottom||£395|
|Eyeliner – top or bottom||£295|
|Full lip colour||£500|
|All prices include follow up treatment (taken within 3 months|