Semi-Permanent Make-up now available in our Oxford Beauty Salon
Semi-Permanent make up, also known as micropigmentation, is a method of inserting small amounts of pigment into the skin in order to enhance your natural features, most commonly used on brows, lash lines and lips.
Monika Bartel is Cannelle’s semi-permanent make up artist. She has trained with the renowned Zara Rouse from The Whitehouse Clinic, Leamington Spa who has twice won Microblader of the year, and who has specialised in hair loss for over 10 years, so understands hair pattern extensively.
Using world-renowned brand Biotek, Monika specialises in a range of effects depending on a client’s desired look. Choosing natural colours and a natural shape that fits with a client’s facial features is of paramount importance and will always be the priority.
“I provide treatments that are bespoke to you.
Starting with an in-depth consultation we will discuss skin tone, the colours available to you and the look you’d like to achieve. We will draw shapes and with specific measuring tools we will ensure you get the perfect shape and symmetry for you. Only when you feel happy with the shape and colours chosen, will the treatment begin.
Local anaesthetic cream is applied to the skin prior to your treatment to ensure you are as comfortable as possible. Additional anaesthetic is applied throughout the treatment if required.
Your procedure time can vary from 1hr 30 – 2hrs depending on what area you are having treated. A second appointment will be made for you to boost the colour 4-6 weeks following your initial treatment. This is included in your cost. If for any reason the follow up appointment is postponed, please be aware that it must be rescheduled to take place within the 3 months of the original treatment. Post treatment care will be advised and a copy will be given to you to take home. The effects of semi-permanent make-up can last approximately 18 months – 4 years depending on your skin type and your life style, after which time the colour and shape will normally require retouching. Please bear in mind that extreme sun exposure and smoking can fade your make-up prematurely.” Monika Bartel