Permanent Cosmetics

Permanent Cosmetics offered cover a range of treatments from makeup to those treatments that fall within a more medical field.

Permanent Make Up treatments:

Eyebrows - from £295

Eyeliner - from £150

Lips - from £175

Medical Micropigmentation:

Areola - from £350

Scalp - from £450

Scars - priced per client.

These treatments are a confidence booster and, done well an enhancement of who you are. Providing waterproof, weather proof, time saving solutions for those who have a profession or passion that leaves them wishing…..

 

Please book a complimentary Client Education Call, in which we can discuss your options, begin to tailor your treatment plan and book in your patch test and consultation appointment.


To find out more about the process, please take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) further down this page. If you have any questions, please contact me.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I have done?


Brows - hair stroke/powder/ombre. Eyeliner - lashline enhancement/latino flick/baby flick/liquid eyeliner/baby flick/wedge/smokey eye. Lips - liner, blush (think liner with ombre effect) or full lip or 3D Lips. Areola - following surgery, trauma or for personal reasons. Scalp micropigmentation - for hair loss and restoration of hair density. Scar camouflage & scar relaxation - to improve the texture and appearance




Does it hurt?


The good news is... not so much! Debbie is a trained practitioner registered with the Association of Registered Aestheticians. Enabling provision of prescribed primary & secondary numbing agents for each individual client where appropriate.




What style and colour can I have?


Your consultation will include an analysis of skin, anatomy and discussion about the look you desire. Colour choice is based on your skin tone, hair colour and preference. Whilst style/technique will be determined by presentation of treatment area and suitability to technique. You may wish for hairstroke or powder brows, combination brows, natural lashline liner, or latino flicks, or smokey effect liner, full lip colour or a more natural blush effect! So much chocie!




How long do Permanent Cosmetics last?


A number of factors can effect retention predominantly dependant on your skin type and aftercare diligence, however pigment selection, needle configuration,technique and method play a part also. Brows you would expect 12-18 months or longer - eyeliner and lips can vary from 1 to 5 years. A Colour Boost treatment is required to maintain your look after this period, assuming that there are no significant changes required and there is a reasonable amount of pigment remaining the colour boost process involves a new patch test & consultation, a standalone treatment, and then visit to evaluate your healed results. The cost of a retouch treatment is approx 60% of a "full" treatment, so it is worthwhile maintaing your look!




How much do Permanent Cosmetics cost?


Permanent Make Up treatments: Eyebrows - from £295 Eyeliner - from £150 Lips - £175 Medical Micropigmentation*: Areola - from £350 Scalp - from £450 Scars - priced per client.




What's included in the treatment cost?


The following is included in your treatment cost: Client Education Call Patch Test and Consultation* - minimum 48 hours prior to treatment Initial & Retouch Treatment - usually 4-6 weeks apart Follow up appointment to see full healed results. Please also see "What is a Colour Boost ?" regarding the maintenance of you new look. A medical health declaration form must be completed and submitted prior to your consultation - a link will be emailed to you giving access to the form for secure completion online.




Can you correct previous Permanent Cosmetics I've had done?


Any corrective work for Permanent Makeup not performed by Debbie Collins, will only be completed upon full consultation and review on a case by base basis and charged accordingly.




What fo you actually do? Is it like a body tattoo?


A specially designed pigment is inserted with a tool (digital machine or microblade) into the upper reticular layer of the dermis, due to the specific size of the pigment molecules you will require periodic maintenance..... - STILL AWAKE? :) Essentially pigment is placed into the skin, the pigment requires a colour boost in time - which also allows for changes in fashion, personal taste or changes in skin and hair colour :) There are a wide number of different needle types, some so fine they are designed to mimic the width of a real hair! Happy days for hair strokes! or for that perfect powder brow. Body tattoo pigments are made with a different sized molecule, hence they do not require periodic maintenance.




How do I pay for my treatment?


A £100 non refundable deposit* at time of booking initial treatment. Balance to be paid in full at first treatment session. You may reschedule your initial treatment a maximum of twice with 72 working hours notice. ​​ Any retouch after the initial 12 week period will incur a discretionary charge. Card Payment or Online Bank transfer are accepted.




What is a Colour Boost ?


A Colour Boost treatment is required to maintain your look after this period, assuming that there are no significant changes required and there is a reasonable amount of pigment remaining the colour boost process involves a new patch test & consultation, a standalone treatment, and then visit to evaluate your healed results. The cost of a retouch treatment is approx 60% of a "full" treatment, so it is worthwhile maintaing your look! The cost for a colour boost on a standard set of brows is £175.





If you have any further questions please do ask, it is important you make fully informed and confident decision.

Enquiries Welcome

Call  07875 105388 or Email debbie@debbiecollins.co