Who is Rosie?
I am an advanced semi permanent make up specialist who started my company in 2011.
After studying art for five years at college I then went on to train at the UK's leading training academy in London; Natural Enhancements. I have completed many advanced master courses to further my knowledge in colour theory and ensure I am always offering the the latest techniques and methods accredited by HABIA, the Guild and BABTAC.
I work in the London and Kent area and alongside running the business and building my client base I am a Trainer of semi permanent make up for one of the most prestige training academies in the UK.
My qualifications meet the requirements of the Society of Permanent Cosmetics Professionals and The American Academy of Micro-Pigmentation. I hold a special treatments licence and am fully insured with public liability insurance to practice specialist permanent cosmetics treatments safely.
What is Semi-Permanent make up?
Semi Permanent make up (also known as Permanent cosmetics or Micropigmentation) is a beauty treatment that defines eyes, brows and lips using state of the art equipment for cosmetic tattooing. Pigments (colours) are infused into the skin using a completely safe method with the end result replicating perfectly applied make up with a soft natural finish.
Semi permanent make up can be as subtle or as dramatic as you chose and pigments are matched to skin tone with colour designed to imitate the most natural look.
Who has Semi-Permanent treatments and why?
Semi Permanent make up is a perfect way to start your day – waking up with make up! Should you suffer with a medical condition such as alopecia, have hair loss after receiving chemotherapy or if you are sensitive to conventional make up semi permanent make up is a perfect option. It is also ideal for those who are on the go, in a rush, off to the gym and who want to look their best at all times!
How is the treatment done?
The treatment area is cleaned and numbing cream is applied directly to the skin. The template is then drawn onto the skin, once the template and the pigment are agreed then the infusion process begins. This is a soft needling sensation direct to the treatment area. *Photos of the treatment area are taken before, during and after for documentation.