Please call, text to 0459 700 799 , email firstname.lastname@example.org or submit the enquiry form on the contact page to find a time! Saturday appointments generally book up quickly, and weekdays you can find a time sooner if your schedule is more flexible. Let us know your preferred days or dates so we can work with this. Appointments are available Tuesdays - Saturdays. Some public holidays are open by appointment. A deposit of $100 is required to secure your appointment.
The lasting length of cosmetic tattooing depends largely on the type of ink used and the type of skin. The pigments I use are certified and are bio-absorbable pigments in the dermis with an ultra-low allergy risk.
Cosmetic tattoo pigments are designed to fade away after a few years. This is to avoid a change in the pigment colour that the acidity of the skin can cause over a long period of time and to avoid the tattoo correction from losing shape which could happen as the skin ages and changes form. It’s very clever.
Black is the most durable colour of all, for instance a black eyeliner can last up to 6-8 years; a black inner eyeliner up to 4-5 years. Brown and dark brown, which is often used for eyebrows, can last around 4-5 years, and the range of blonde pigments from 1 to 3 years. A yearly touch up is recommend to keep the tattoo looking fresh if you don’t wish it to fade.
For best results once the tattoo has been done it must to be treated as a superficial wound. The first week is very important to take care of; the top layer of the skin dries out slightly and removes itself and the skin underneath starts to regenerate and heal itself. It usually takes a cycle of one month to completely heal, and this is the reason why a touch up, if needed, is recommended after this time period.
During the first month the skin is most vulnerable and should be protected with a special cream, we recommend Bepanthen, and avoid direct sunlight on the area and chemicals.
After the tattoo is finished, it is important to treat it in the first month of healing, especially the first 2 weeks. We recommend the use of Bepanthen to keep your skin hydrated and protected. The tattooed skin will be dry for some days because it needs to regenerate.
The most frequent recommendations during this period are; put a layer of protective cream before taking a shower as water and soap are enemies of healing. Do not scratch if you feel itchy as itching is a sign that the skin is in the process of healing. Avoid chemical treatments on the skin and AVOID the tattooed area in both the healing phase and in the future, as this may cause the colour to change. Do not expose the tattoo to direct sunlight during the first summer. In the future you will be able to expose this area to sunlight without any problems however the use of sunscreen is recommended to preserve colou
• Consultation for the whole procedures
• A custom design for every client considering bone structure, facial muscles
• Complete review of medical history
• Color selection – Your color will be mixed for just for you from the finest
quality pigment (Organic, vegan-friendly pigments)
• Digital equipment with all disposable, sterile needles, Blades and supplies
• After-care kit with printed instructions
IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS, UNFORTUNATELY, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RECEIVE ANY PERMANENT MAKEUP SERVICES .
Keloid scars, Cancer, AIDS, Hepatitis, Hemophilia, Herpes, Diabetics (insulin dependent), Cortisone Allergy, Chronic Asthma, Epilepsy, Claustrophobia, Aspirin Dependency and Pregnant/Breast-Feeding Women