What is Medical Tattooing? camouflage tattooing

What is Medical Tattooing?

Tattoos are not just for cosmetic and aesthetic reasons. Medical tattoos are tattoos that can serve a dual purpose, both for cosmetic and medical reasons. They can be used instead of an alert bracelet for a patient who has a serious medical condition. Click to read more.

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Semi Permanent Makeup Treatments

How to Plan Ahead for a Semi Permanent Makeup Treatment

Are you tired of having to spend countless hours a week on your makeup routine? Do you wish you could just wake up and look put together right away? This is exactly the issue semi permanent makeup treatments address, giving you a finished look without any work on your part. Let’s take a look at everything you need to know about semi-permanent makeup treatments so you can plan ahead and achieve perfect beauty results.

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Does Microblading Hurt?

You might be wondering, ‘is microblading painful?’ and you’re not alone in wondering this. Since it is a semi-permanent tattoo, it’s not unusual for people considering microblading in London to worry about the possibility of pain.

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Microblading for men by Annette Kemp

Microblading for Men

The good eyebrow trend is here, and it’s here to stay, with microblading becoming increasingly popular. While this beauty treatment may have been traditionally aimed at women, it’s quickly becoming a firm favourite with guys who want to look and feel their best.

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Do Areola Tattoos Hurt?

If you are wondering, ‘do areola tattoos hurt?’ the good news is that the majority of the time the answer is no if you have undergone breast reconstruction surgery, as there is usually a loss of sensation in the area.

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Hair line microblading

Microblading is one of the newest trends to fill in thinning hair lines and is suitable for men and women. What started as a cosmetic treatment to help create fuller eyebrows is now being used on the scalp too. Hair line microblading is a new technique that uses a hand tool to create natural hair strokes and shadow while implanting pigment underneath the skin. Whereas normal scalp tattooing is using the machine to create tiny micro dots to simulate hair follicles. The hair line microblading treatment works best in the hair line area.   For most women the areas that needs filling in are the temples. The best candidate will be someone who’s hair is thinning and not completely bald as the tattoo needs to be slightly concealed by surrounding hair strands.

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