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Cosmetic tattooing is a treatment that involves the use of semi-permanent makeup to add colour to or camouflage particular concerns such as scarring, thinning eyebrows, stretch marks or unrefined areolas. Otherwise known as micropigmentation, the treatment is highly versatile and uses pigment to achieve cosmetic enhancements.
The treatment is particularly beneficial for those who wish to improve the shape and style of the eyebrows through mimicking the look of natural hair strokes. The aesthetician may use either microblading, a technique that uses a small blade with many microneedles to manually create fine hair strokes that resemble and appear like real-life hair. Or, micropigmentation, which uses a machine to implant pigment under the skin and is suitable for powder, ombre and thicker effect eyebrows depending on patient suitability.
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my treatment here is high service and nurse krishma is very professionalSophie
Thank you Samia for the result driven ClearSkin treatment!!! Will come back for more.Luna
Teresa is an amazing injector! She was extremely kind and professional, fully explaining the procedure from the word go. Thank you so much!Amber
My thermage treatment with Samia was seamless, she was so professional in managing my expectations and pain!K.g
I recently had my eyebrow microbladed by Samia. It was such a smooth process, Samia first asked me how I would like my eyebrows (the shape, colour, thickness) then she drew them on. Made sure I was happy. Then we started the treatment, made sure I was really numbed. The whole time Samia put me at ease, made sure I was comfortable for the whole treatment. I could not recommend Samia and the treatment. So happy with my results. Thank you so much!!!!!Belle