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Is Permanent Makeup The Career For Me?

Its official if you’re unhappy in your current job, you’re not alone. In fact you’re in good company, as according to research carried out by The Office of National Statistics, almost 1 in 2 adults in Great Britain (48.4 per cent) report low satisfaction with their work-life balance.

Leading management body the IIP (Investors in People), have also highlighted in a recent report that 1 in 3 people are unhappy in their jobs, with national newspapers publishing figures which claim that a staggering 80% of Londoners feel undervalued and trapped in careers they dislike. Read more

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What’s the difference between Microblading and Permanent Makeup?

One of the most popular questions that I’m always being asked in clinic by customers and also at social events by women who are interested in having a micropigmentation brow treatment is “What’s the difference between Microblading and Permanent Makeup?”

With so much conflicting information being shared online, I wanted to take the opportunity to write a short blog post to explain a little more about both procedures. Read more

Questions to think about before deciding on permanent makeup

Questions to think about before deciding on permanent makeup

Permanent makeup is a growing trend, and for good reason. The thought of having perfect eyeliner, gorgeous lips and luscious eyebrows on waking up every day is a recipe for desire to most ladies out there. However, it’s important to remember that this is a serious treatment, and that you are opening yourself to something potentially dangerous and long lasting.

Having a good think about whether micropigmentation is right for you is crucial before you undergo any semi permanent make up treatment. Here’s what you need to think about before you take the plunge, to make sure a makeup tattoo is the right treatment for you.

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Permanent Makeup Training with Emma Hall

Training days are always so happy and fun!

The technicians are really enthusiastic about learning the new techniques and I’m bold over with pride to help them achieve the next level of expertise.

As technicians we have always had those minor obstacle that we need to overcome, it might be the drawing of the brows, losing the design as we work or just fearing your client reaction as she gets off the bed. This can only be overcome with persistence and experience, sometimes it just takes someone else to point out what your doing wrong, it can be as simple a slight movement of the wrist or a slight change in position! Read more