The Permanent Makeup Process
Still unsure about the permanent makeup process? this image takes you nicely through the process. The first thing we do is to take an image of the face without makeup and the brows as they are. The next step is to draw on a shape that we are both happy with, once we agree on the shape and colour, I take another image. Then we begin. The bottom image is of the brows once finished.
In your follow up appointment, we can make any tweaks if needed. This is normally around 4/5 weeks later once the brows have healed.
To keep your brows fresh and crisp it is important to look after them, as I’ve discussed in other posts using a high SPF will elongate the life of your permanent make up.
Most of my clients like a colour boost after 12/18 months.
Claire Willis is a full time permanent makeup artist based in Poole and Weymouth Dorset, Claire trained at the highly regarded natural enhancement permanent makeup training academy in London and is a member of The British Association of Beauty and Cosmetology.For more images visit Claire’s portfolio where you can see more before and after images. To make an appointment for a free consultation visit our contact us page or call directly on 07961 347882.