All our practitioners are fully certified by the SPCP.
The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals is dedicated to promoting, professional standards by providing education, certification, and industry guidelines.
Permanent makeup is all about transforming lives and giving people confidence. This internationally recognised qualification CPCP enables the technician to show their clients and professional bodies that they are a true pro!
The CPCP certification shows that the technician has been tested in all aspects of permanent cosmetics knowledge, with particular focus on safe working practices.
For clients and insurers alike, it also provides reassurance that the technician has continued to develop their skills and also conform to the highest ethical standards, as set out by the SPCP.
A minimum of 24 hours before the treatment, a ‘patch test’ will need to be performed by placing a small amount of pigment into the skin to ensure there is no allergic reaction to the pigment.
On the day of the treatment a thorough consultation is undertaken including an assessment of your skin colour and face shape. If the procedure is for eyebrows these will be drawn on prior to the procedure and any adjustments made before the start of the treatment. When designing the eyebrows it is important to take into account the colour and shape which best suits your face. Once you are completely happy with the colour and design the procedure will commence.
After the initial treatment you will need a ‘top-up’ treatment 4 – 6 weeks later in order to fine tune the colour density and make sure the pigments are retained evenly.