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Semi-Permanent Makeup Artist (SPMA)

Ombre & Combination Brows
A fabulous Semi Permanent Makeup technique. Brow styles are created using a digital machine which gently implants pigment into the epidermis layer of the skin.

Ombre Brows are built up layering tiny pixels giving a super soft finish. Each brow I create is bespoke to each individual client, it can be as natural or as bold as you want. An ombré brow will always have a soft finish at the front with a gradual darker depth through to the tail of the brow giving the ombré effect. 

Combination Brows are a mixture of hair-strokes and shading, this is a very natural look. Perfect for clients who want that perfect brow shape but still a natural finish.

48 hours prior to your appointment, a patch test must be carried out. This takes place in the salon by one of our experienced team members.

All appointments begin with a consultation so that I can understand your needs; I will advise what treatment will be best for you. I won’t do anything until you’re 100% happy.


Ombre & Combination Brows


Topup Treatment


ombre brows and combination brows

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long do they last?
    Between 1-3 years providing you follow all aftercare advice. In order to keep your brows fresh , it is highly recommended that yearly top-ups take place.
  • How many treatments do I need?
    Two procedures are needed when having semi permanent makeup. It’s important you attend you 6-8week top up appointment as this is when the brows are perfected.
  • Is it possible to work over previous pigment?
    The residual pigment in your brows, from previous work, must be very faded. I usually request that the client sends me a clear picture of their brows so I can assess them.
  • How long is the procedure?
    The initial appointment – allow up to 3 hours. The top up appointment – between 1-2 hours. It doesn’t always take this long however I am a perfectionist so I won’t let you leave until they are PERFECT.

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