SEMI-PERMANENT MAKEUP

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We offer microblading, machine brows, lip liner and lip blush in the form of semi-permanent makeup.

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How long do the results last for?

Semi-permanent makeup lasts around 18 months, but this can vary according to lifestyle factors and skin type. On average, a colour boost will be required between 6 and 18 months.


Does this treatment hurt?

Depending on your pain threshold, the pain experienced will be mild to moderate. Primary and secondary topical anaesthetic cream will be applied before and during the procedure.


How long does the treatment take?

You need to allow 2 hours for your initial treatment and 1.5 hours for a colour boost. The first colour boost will be 6 weeks after your initial treatment, usually followed by yearly colour boosts thereafter.


Is this treatment suitable for me?

It is important to understand that semi-permanent makeup can last for up to 10 years and is a form of tattooing. If you are not 100% sure about proceeding with this treatment, then do not rush into your final decision. There are certain contra-indications that will prohibit you from having this procedure. An in-depth consultation form is completed prior to commencement of the treatment to ensure you are suitable.


Are there any risks involved?

Risks and side effects are the same as any other form of tattoo and include bruising, swelling, bleeding, infection, pain, asymmetry, prolonged healing, resistance to pigments, change of pigment colour over time.


Unfortunately we do not offer removal or cover ups on previous semi-permanent makeup undertaken elsewhere.

Cheshire Aesthetic Lounge Terms & Conditions:

A deposit will be taken for all bookings. Deposits are non-refundable if appointment is cancelled or changed within 48hours of appointment slot. All gift vouchers are redeemable within 12 months of purchase. Only one offer redeemable per treatment. No children allowed into treatment rooms and therefore a chaperone is required at all times to supervise children in the reception area.