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Permanent& cosmetic make up

There are a few points worth mentioning before you book your consultation:
-PMU is daily make-up, if you need heavy make all the time this treatment might not be for you
-eyebrows treatment, we must follow natural hair growth as much as possible
-lip blushing is not a lipstick effect, think about it more like tinted lipgloss which will beautifully enhance your lip shape
-lip blushing will not make lips bigger, yes straight after treatment they will be swollen but the fullness is achieved by colour on your actual lip.

I'm happy to work on every customer where ink faded substantially. If eyebrows are still dark you might want to consider removal first.
It is impossible to assess eyebrows from the picture or via email. Please book no-obligatory consultation today.

Phibrows microblading Cardiff Wales

New permanent make-up

Properly shaped eyebrows and visually fuller lips can dramatically enhance the beauty of a face by complementing the eyes and creating a youthful appearance.

 

I'm an experienced permanent makeup artist in Cardiff Bay, Wales.

Just a few pieces of training and workshops I completed:

1. Phibrows eyebrows ( 6 months of training in 2017)

2. Aleksandra Gorecka PMU institute- microblading

3. Marta Kot-Pakulska Mind&Beauty- year online workshop, all techniques 

4. KBPRO- nanoblading eyebrows

5. Paulina Osinkowska -ombre workshop

6. Nataliya Yeremenko- masters hands

7. Lip blush by Id Liner 2023

Semi permanent makeup Cardiff

Top up session

A touch-up treatment is recommended for 4-8 weeks after your initial procedure. At this session, we will make any needed final adjustments or additions to your permanent cosmetic enhancement, ensuring perfect results.

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Can anyone have permanent make-up?

The short answer is no. While it’s suitable for most people, there are specific reasons that I can’t treat everyone.

Before undergoing treatment, clients are always made aware that specific contraindications can prevent us from proceeding.

These include but are not limited to:

  • High blood pressure or heart conditions

  • Taking blood thinners such as aspirin or similar medication

  • Diabetes

  • Pregnant or lactating

  • Glaucoma

  • Herpes simplex

  • Certain skin conditions, e.g. rashes, blisters, psoriasis, or eczema

  • Taking steroids such as cortisone, Accutane, Retin-A or Renova

  • Allergy to make-up

  • Acute acne in the treatment area

  • Susceptibility to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation

  • Hypertrophic scarring or keloids

  • Spider veins or a birthmark in the area they want to be treated

  • Some blood disorders, e.g. sickle cell anaemia, haemophilia, or a platelet disorder

 

​​For some of the above, we may also ask that you provide written authorisation from your doctor before we can proceed. 

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