Permanent Makeup / Microblading

Permanent makeup, also known as micro pigmentation, can eliminate the daily hassle of applying makeup. Permanent cosmetics never run or smear, and are great for people with allergies to traditional cosmetics as well as for those who have a difficult time applying makeup.

Intradermal cosmetic specialist, trained in advanced application techniques, which offer a more comfortable permanent make up application, and stunning results. During a consultation you will be advised on the ins and outs of permanent makeup as well as recommended where you can benefit from this aesthetic procedure.

Permanent Makeup Methods

An organic / hypo-allergenic pigment is embedded into the dermal layer of the skin. The pigment bonds to the skin cells and is visible through the translucent outer layer. There are two different procedures to choose from.

Handheld / machine method

This involves the use of a device that punctures the skin hundreds of times per minute with a very thin needle and pushes the pigment into the desired location.

Manual / embroidery method

Pigment is tapped into the skin by hand, by a lifting technique using the manual tool. The manual method is the most popular permanent makeup technique, as it is much gentler than other techniques. This method does, however, require more frequent touch-ups than the other two mechanical methods.


Permanent Makeup
Consultation: (deductible from price) R330
Shaded brows: R1,980
Microblading: R2,640
Eyeliner Top and Bottom: R2,200
Eyeliner Top or Bottom: R1,430
Mucosal: R1,650
Wide Designer Liner Top*: R2,750
French Line*: R1,650
Lip liner: R1,980
Full Lips: R2,860
Full Lip & Lip line: R3,520
Beauty Spot: R550
Full Lip Colour Correction: R2,750
Touch Up: 50% of Treatment

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I Look Artificially Tattooed?

Definitely not.  Permanent makeup is done using a cosmetic tattooing process, and the unique artistry guarantees soft, natural-looking results. Only the finest cosmetic pigments are used, customized in colour just for you. When the permanent makeup pigment is implanted in the skin, permanent makeup can appear more natural-looking than topically applied cosmetics.

Will The Permanent Cosmetic Procedure Hurt?

Every precaution necessary is taken to ensure the micropigmentation or permanent makeup application is as comfortable as possible. A wide range of physician-grade topical anaesthetics are utilized for your comfort.

How Long Is The Recovery Or Healing Period?

You do not have to hide from the world until you are healed. Many clients can walk right out the door, ready to show off their beautiful new face. Initially stronger in colour, your new permanent makeup will soften to a natural-looking, beautiful colour in two to three weeks.

Will Permanent Cosmetics Fade?

Your body’s skin changes over time, and so will any permanent makeup coloration implanted into skin layers. However, this natural fading process takes years and touch-up are easily done as your colours fade over time.

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