Bespoke eyebrow, eyeliner and lip tattooing
by Lyndsey Price
Cosmetic tattooing also known as semi-permanent makeup, micro-pigmentation, permanent cosmetics and is a process by which hypoallergenic specialist pigments are injected into the dermal layer of the skin to give the illusion of makeup. Our highly qualified cosmetic tattooist Lyndsey price, has trained with renowned global industry experts and has performed thousands of procedures to satisfied customers. Using only the best pigments and equipment, she achieves amazing results that look natural. Treatments include: single hair- stroke eyebrows, ombre powder-brows, highly defined powder-brows, simple lash enhancements, thicker Latino eyeliner, lip-liner and full lip colours. Lyndsey also specialises in removing and correcting unwanted or poor quality semi-permanent makeup.
Lip tattooing is fast becoming one of the most popular treatments. Lyndsey can add definition and colour, giving a fuller look with a perfect border. You can choose from a wide range of colours to mimic the natural lip tone or to give the look of lipstick. Just add gloss for permanent colour that won't smudge or wear off!
VIBRANT OR NATURAL COLOURS
JUST ADD GLOSS
IMPROVE LIP SHAPE
GIVE BACK DEFINITION
Full lip colour £350
6 week top up £100
colour boost £250
Eyebrows are arguably the most important feature on face. They change your expression, open up your eyes and frame your face. Lyndsey will create bespoke eyebrows to suit your face shape, natural features and style. She uses the machine method (not microblading) to create natural hair strokes, soft shading or a fuller powder brow look. She can also correct and remove unwanted or badly tattooed eyebrows using laser as well as other correction methods.
Hairstrokes, powder or combination £360
6 week top-up £80
12 month colour boost £200
18 month colour boost £225
24 month colour boost £250
Eyeliner can be tattooed to look as natural or dramatic as you like. Lyndsey can place a simple line to enhance the lashes, and make your eyes pop - or you can have a more dramatic look such as a smoky or latino eyeliner. This can be on the top, bottom or both.
Top & bottom £350
6 week top-up £100
Colour boost £250
CORRECTION & REMOVAL
Unfortunately there are many poorly trained technicians operating in substantial conditions, resulting in unwanted cosmetic tattoo. Lyndsey can correct undesirable colours and shapes using a range of techniques including even laser where required.
Lyndsey has nearly 9 years experienced and is highly qualified in many techniques. Tattooing is her passion which can be seen in her impressive portfolio. She has trained with many world renowned artists over the years and has developed her own unique style.
We always work to high standards to maintain excellent hygiene and infection control procedures. The clinic is registered and licensed with the local council and fully insured.
Lyndsey will go through an in-depth consultation before tattooing to discuss colours and styles, ensuring that she understands you and your individual needs. All of her work is bespoke and unique to each individual client.
How long does it take?
Treatment times vary depending on the procedure, and each person’s individual needs. Most treatments will take around two hours.
How long does it last?
There are many factors that affect how long a semi-permanent makeup treatment will last. Darker colours will remain visible in your skin for longer than lighter colours. Sun exposure, swimming, smoking, medications, skin rejuvenation creams and each person’s individual rate of skin exfoliation will also affect how long the treatment will last. Most people will need a retouch every 6 to 18 months for eyebrows, 12 to 36 months for lips and 12 to 36 months for eyeliner. There is a chance that pigment can stay in the skin permanently.
Does it hurt?
Numbing creams are used before and during each procedure to minimise discomfort. On a scale of 1-10 most people rate the pain as 0-3 and describe it as a scratching or tingling sensation. Lips can hurt more as they are more sensitive.
Do you remove my natural hair?
Only the hairs that fall outside of the new shape will be plucked.
Who can’t you treat?
If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, under 18, taking roaccutane, have a skin condition in the area to be treated, or suffer from an infectious disease then you cannot be treated.
What is the recovery time?
Most people will be quite happy to carry on with their normal routine after a treatment so there is no down-time as such, but you may experience some swelling and scabbing. The full healing process takes 3 to 4 weeks for your skin to return completely back to normal. Eyes and lips can swell more than eyebrows. Lips will look very dark initially and will noticeably scab more than eyebrows or eyeliner.
What should I expect after the treatment?
You may experience minor swelling immediately after the treatment but this should subside within 48 hours. For 3-7 days the colour will appear quite dark and exact but then as the healing layers of skin exfoliate, the colour will lighten significantly. During this time the colour can almost disappear but don’t worry this is completely normal. It is due to dead skin cells masking the pigment. After this period (3 to 4 weeks) the colour will reappear and you will see the finished result. If it is still too light then a darker colour can be chosen for your re-touch.
Is there anything that I need to do before or after the treatment?
There is nothing that you need to do before your eyebrow or eyeliner treatment but if you suffer from coldsores please obtain an oral prescription medicine like Aciclovir before having a lip treatment. For 2 weeks after you will need to avoid sunbeds, strong sunlight, swimming, saunas, steam baths, very hot showers, certain skin creams and cleansers. You will be provided with aftercare cream that will need to be applied daily.
What training have you undertaken?
Lyndsey has trained with world-renowned artists including Mary Richardson, Teryn Darling, Andrew Stassi, Tracy Fensome and many more. She also holds several skincare and laser qualifications. Each year Lyndsey continues training to keep up to date with new techniques and trends.
Are there any risks?
As with any invasive procedure there are risks to consider before going ahead with a treatment. These include infection, misplaced pigment, allergic reaction, scarring, and undesired result. Health and safety guidelines are followed strictly to minimise these risks.
An excellent experience, exceeded my expectations. Semi permanent eyebrow tattoo turned out exactly as I wanted it. Lyndsey was careful and meticulous in explaining everything. The premises are immaculate. I am delighted with the results.
I was very nervous heading to my appointment with Lyndsey as this was my first time having semi permanent makeup done. Lyndsey was incredibly professional and reassuring throughout the procedure and did an amazing job . I am very happy with the results.
Five years on and the service is still faultless. Amazing result from my semi-permanent eyebrow colour boost. I couldn't be happier with my eyebrows and the treatment I've received. Thank you Lyndsey X