The Difference You’re Looking For
Semi-permanent/Cosmetic Tattoo makeup is not necessarily intended to replace cosmetics completely as the colour is placed "in" your skin, not "on" so a more natural, softer look results. For a night on the town or a different look is desired you apply as much additional makeup as you wish.
All materials are sterile and disposable. Julie uses manual and digital technologies along with the Dixon Technique of intra dermal pigmentation. Only the best quality pigments and equipment is used. Our Coils, rotary and digital machines virtually eliminate the possibility of cross-contamination. Internal diaphragms prevent fluid and airborne contaminates from entering the hand piece, therefore eliminating any chance of cross-contamination. All needles, cartridges and handles are disposable.
In Queensland we are unable to supply topical Anaesthetic - please purchase from a Pharmacy - further details will be supplied on booking.
To re-do someone elses work requires me to do a brand new procedure and a consultation is required. There may be additional fees to correct shape and colour & additional appointments needed. Pricing will depend on corrective measures required.
Cosmetic Tattooing lasts anywhere from 6months upwards before requiring a colour refresh - this is dependant on many factors - a general idea is that the more natural the result, the sooner you will require a colour refresh.
Please note: red heads/blondes with fair skin and light eyes will swell and reddden considerably, sometimes the pigment will not retain as well and you may require additional procedures.
Darker skin types Fitzpatrick 3-6 please be aware that hair strokes will not be as visible as on lighter skin types.
We also do para-medical areolar restoration and Scalp Micropigmentation. For more info on these services please contact us.
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CANCELLATION & APPOINTMENT POLICY
Appointments can be made via email or calling our clinic - an email address is required to book treatments so that we can send you the appropriate medical forms to read to ensure you are a suitable candidate. Some procedures may require you to be on anti-viral medications prior to treatment. This email will also have details on how to pay your deposit.