Did you know that we have been voted in the top Three Best Rated beauty salons in Sunderland ? Not only once, but for 3 years running.
What isThree Best Rated?
Three Best Rated is an independant business recommendation website. It selects what it considers to be the three best businesses within a business category, like dentists or salons, for any given city. They select businesses based on several criteria such as reviews, pricing, value, trust and general excellence.
What is Microblading...
Microblading (or eyebrow embroidery) is a relatively new, manual method of eyebrow semi permanent make up.. It is considered to be semi-permanent, as it fades over time.
It is done using a very fine blade to deposit pigments into the epidermis. Because we’re impacting color closer to the surface, the strokes appear crisp and very fine. Much like a natural hair.
This method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows. The results are natural looking, hair-like strokes, regardless of the amount of hair present.
People suffering from alopecia, trigonometrical or any other condition that causes hair loss benefit greatly from Microblading, as well as people who simply aren't happy with their eyebrows.
The pigments used in this method have been formulated to suit your individual needs.
The results are a natural, flawless, fuller looking brow. Initially, the brows appear darker, but fade significantly over a two week period. It is absolutely crucial to have a touch up done, as it is very difficult to predict how well the skin will retain the pigment.
The results can last anywhere from 12 to 36 months, depending on different factors affecting the procedure. However, a touch up is recommended every 12-18 months to retain the shape and saturation of pigment.
Call to book a free consultation.
£285.00 for initial treatment, including one re-touch.
Colour boost (under 12 months) £75
Colour boost (12-15 months) £110
Colour boost (15-18 months) £140
Colour boost (18 - 24 months ) £170
What are Machine Brows...
Machine brows is simply the method used. It uses a digital machine to give a soft powdered or hairstroke brow effect. Some clients prefere a more shaded look and this is perfect for that. Often age comes into play when choosing the right brow style for you and machine is often a favoured choice.
Call to book a free consultation.
£295.00 for initial treatment, including one re-touch.
Colour boost (under 12 months) £95
Colour boost (12-15 months) £130
Colour boost (15-18 months) £160
Colour boost (18 - 24 months ) £190
What are Combination Brows...
Combination brows are a exactly that, a combination of both machine powder brows and microblading. They have the powdered make up effect as well as the fine individual hair strokes. Each clients brow is designed to suit their face shape, hair colour and skin colour. The therapist also takes the clients personal preferences into account.
Call to book a free consultation.
£335.00 for initial treatment, including one retouch.
Colour boost (under 12 months) £115
Colour boost (12-15 months) £145
Colour boost (15-18 months) (£175
Colour boost (18 -24 months) £205
When I first started out in semi-permanent makeup, I really didn't understand why someone would want to get a lip tattoo. I mean why would you always want to have on the same colour day after day? Well, that was a long time ago, and wow have things changed. I always envisaged lip tattooing as being those mahogany outlined lips from a bygone era and the brown lined lips of the Pamela Anderson esq crew. well boy oh boy have i got something special for you. A lip tattoo does not have to be a bold colour or a brash in your face forever coral. Just because you get a lip tattoo, does not mean it's going to be a bold colour. Semi-permanent lips are meant to give you a natural boost to your own lip colour so you can wear just a gloss or chapstick and look like you have a natural lip colour on. When you go out at night or want to put a little more makeup on, you can wear whatever colour you'd like on top of it. I love that you have that option.
Here are the top benefits of getting a lip tattoo:
1. It can help you look younger - as we age, we lose the radiance and plumpness that our younger skin gives and sometimes that means we lose the natural pink tones in our lips.
They just tend to look more 'dull' the older we get.
2. It stays on all day and night! - It won't smudge off, smear, or give those little kiss prints on our loved ones faces.
3. It saves you bucket loads of time when getting ready....AND less to remove at night! Win! ⭐️
4. It can last between 1-5 years (results vary) - This really depends on how your body heals, everyone is different...but it's super low maintenance.
5. Saves you money on makeup purchases.
6. Your lips will look fuller, more defined, and balanced. This is also a huge benefit for those that have difficulties with eyesight or medical conditions that prevent them from being able to apply their makeup.
7. Perfect for those that are allergic to conventional makeup
So what happens when you get a lip tattoo?
The lips are a completely different type of skin in comparison to our eyebrows and eyelids. As with all semi-permanent procedures, this is a 2-3 step process. It will not be complete on your first treatment. Your lips will look really bright and bold straight after for about 1-2 weeks (depending on how your body heals) They will most likely swell which is also normal but this can be easily treated with a cold-press.
There are various stages to the lip tattoo healing process.
The most important part is that you keep them moisturised at all times during the first couple of weeks. When I had mine done, I put healing cream on about every half hour. This will really help them to peel/chap less and will preserve more of the colour. You might also find that your colour might fade too much, or the shape loses it's crispness but that's ok too.
The first treatment is more of creating a foundation.
When your have your touch up, the colour and shape will be adjusted as needed and you'll retain the pigment much better. If you decide to get a lip tattoo, they will always heal to a more natural colour/tone. If you're interested in a bold lip colour, semi-permanent lips are not the answer, however you can always wear a lipstick on top and because your lips will be a more natural tone, it won't affect the colour.
There is a big difference between lip fillers and semi-permanent makeup. Lip fillers will make your lips fuller and can also help them to look more balanced. Semi-permanent makeup will add colour to your lips and also help to balance them out but not in a 3d way, simply in a visual way.
Would a lip tattoo make my lips look fuller?
I've been asked this question a few times. There is a big difference between lip fillers and semi-permanent makeup. Lip fillers will make your lips fuller and can also help them to look more balanced. Semi-permanent makeup will add colour to your lips and also help to balance them out but not in a 3d way, simply in a visual way. The skin on the lips is completely different to the skin of the face, that being said there is only so much more we can add to the outline of your lip, before the colour becomes unbalanced. The colour shows up on your lip as a totally different colour to that on your skin.
This means that if the tattoo goes too much higher than the natural lip line, the pigment will heal to a different colour (could heal darker, brighter, or a completely different colour all together). This is also the reason I said 'to a degree' if I would recommend semi-permanent makeup to someone that wanted their lips to look fuller. This is a fantastic treatment for someone that just needs that little extra help but still wants their lips to look natural.
Lip Tattoo £299
Colour boost (15-18 months) £170
Colour boost (18 - 24 months ) £200
The PhiRemoval process uses a Glycolic Acid based solution that immediately begins to penetrate the skin once applied. The technician uses a manual method, using a 3 point or 2 point needle, where a staccato like motion is performed on the upper dermis layer of the skin. This motion assists the solution in pulling the ink up to the surface of the epidermis. The technician may make up to 4 or 5 passes on the treated area before a Neutralizing solution will be applied to stop the reaction of the Glycolic Acid. This entire process of applying the initial solution and ending with the Neutralizer will take up to 30 minutes and the client will be numbed the entire time.
Tattoo and Semi Perminent Makeup Removal.
£50.00 per session (30 mins)
Offer available £30 per session.