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Why Do People Choose Permanent Makeup?

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Caroline Day Published: 01 May 2024

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Clients say permanent makeup saves them time in the mornings, applying eyeliner and eyebrows. It is especially helpful for people who are very short sighted, have alopecia or for those who have lost hair after having chemotherapy.

Caroline Day Specialises in permanent make up and works from her home clinic in Wymondham which is fully licensed by the local authorities.

Micropigmentation Brows (which is less traumatic to the skin than microblading ) includes hair stroke brows and powder brows or a combination of both. Within reason, previous microbladed brows can also be corrected with micropigmentation. Permanent eyeliners can have different styles from a natural line to a dramatic wing and smoky effect. Lip blush adds subtle definition and a blush of colour to pale lips which heals very naturally, saving you from constantly having to reapply lipstick.

Caroline also carries out medical micropigmentation for people who have undergone breast surgery such as mastectomies and breast reduction. Caroline can restore the areola and soften scar tissue with a course of micro needling and skin camouflage. She only uses pigments that are REACH compliant and safety cartridge needles and devices which are high quality.

These procedures are suitable for everyone except during pregnancy, heart problems, Type 1 diabetes or severe autoimmune disease.

Not only has she had extensive training with this profession, Caroline also teaches at a leading academy in London and aims to open up her own training academy in the future.

For all procedures, Caroline will carry out skin patch testing along with a consultation which includes a short medical questionnaire.

Online booking is available:
cdaypmuuk.book.app
carolinedaypmu.uk
carolinedaypmu@gmail.com
Tel: 07984 108764

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