Covering Grey, Blue, Orange or Faded Permanent Makeup
If you’ve disliked your brows since they were placed on your face, or if you’ve noticed them changing colour, then this will inevitably mean that you need permanent makeup correction or removal. Some brows change colour from brown to orange, blue, grey or purple. This is sometimes due to the pigment changes in the skin and sometimes due to a lack of knowledge of the original artist.
We’re currently correcting or removing 1 in 5 of our clients’ brows before we start their fresh PMU/Microblading treatment. Permanent makeup correction can result in a client having a beautiful brown brow to suit their hair, skin tone and eye colour!
Can eyebrow Microblading be corrected?
Many of our clients have had their eyebrows done many years ago when there was less skill and understanding in how skin tone, brand of ink and ink absorption affected the final look. What was once brown may now be purple, blue, orange or red. We also get cases where brows are too close together, too far apart or too big for the face.
Here at Changes Clinic, when the shape, colour and symmetry are not the best they can be, we are able to help. We fix unwanted permanent makeup with correction or remove tattoo ink completely with a highly effective method; using either laser or ‘LI-FT’ salt/saline solution. This process lifts the old ink to the surface.
Correction or Removal?
More often, it is a case of correcting the existing pigment but sometimes complete removal is needed. This will be determined during your consultation when you can share with us what your concerns are. We can provide both pigment adjustment and removal.
Our leading UK PMU artist and Training Director at The Clinical Academy, Naomi O’Hara will use her expert knowledge and leading Perma Blend Pigments to recreate the perfect brows, eyeliner, lip colour, areola, scalp and scar fix.
Experts in Pigment Correction
At Changes Clinic we make sure that you are getting the best treatment. Naomi O’Hara has over 15 year’s experience in permanent makeup and microblading. She can treat with either. She developed a range of tattoo pigments especially for brows to ensure an optimal and quality choice of colours. These brow pigments are available for all different types of skin tone. Depending on how much of the original pigment you’d like to correct or remove will depend on how many treatments are needed. We will make sure the shape and colour of your PMU is right for you.
Trust The Process of Correction
We’ll be realistic when we meet you to discuss your correction. We will explain what is needed to give you a beautiful outcome to suit your face shape, colouring and skin type. We’ll also give you an idea of how long the process will take and how much it will cost. Sometimes one treatment is enough. The procedure to fix bad PMU isn’t always a ‘quick fix’ and can take multiple sessions but we promise you the outcome will be worth it. The last treatment will be to give you the brow tattoos you’ve always desired to complement your face and personality. The results will leave you feeling more and more confident.
What is Micropigmentation?
Permanent Makeup is also known as semi permanent makeup or micropigmentation. It’s the same process of using a pigment in the skin (a little like a beautiful tattoo) to give you brows where you don’t have them or improving a shape or size to complement your look.
What’s the difference between Microblading and Permanent Makeup?
They are principally the same. Microblading is inserting pigment into the skin using a hand tool and permanent makeup is inserting pigment into the skin using a needle in a machine. Both use the same pigments and same depth into the skin.
Why have my microbladed eyebrows changed colour?
Cheap pigments or not mixing pigments correctly to get the right colour can cause brows to change colour over time. Colour change can also be caused by the pigment laying too deep in the skin making it turn cool. A brow should never be black as this will almost always turn blue. Eyebrows are always a shade of brown, even the darkest brown on a black skin.
Do I need to refresh faded Semi Permanent Makeup?
Over time the coloured pigment used to create eyebrows and other permanent makeup treatments can begin to fade in the skin. This can be due to cells ageing or exposure to the elements. Faded semi permanent makeup simply requires a new treatment to freshen the look. We recommend refreshers between 1 and 5 years.