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Equipment and pigments

At Longlasting Beauty we only use the best products on the market!
The Intelligent mashine is the world’s first computerized permanent cosmetic device and it is used for medical procedures and permanent cosmetics. Given its high level of needle insertions per second capacity (up to 180 punctures per second), this powerful device is ultra-precise and therefore create better and more beautiful results.

When working with colors and pigments it is extremely important to have a deep knowledge about different skintypes. At Longlasting Beauty we only use the best products from Karen Betts Pro Pigments. Karen Betts is the leading Micropigmentist in Europe, and her range of pigments are incomparable to others. This means you will get a customized color that fits your skintype perfectly. When you arrive at the clinic, we will make a skin analyses and talk to you about your wishes and preferences (its ok to bring your favourite brow pencil or a picture preferably found in our Gallery)



What is semi-permanent make-up?

Micropigmentation is the new name for semi-permanent make-up or cosmetic tattoo and is the revolutionary method of depositing hypoallergenic mineral pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. 

Both men and women experience the advantages of micropigmentation to enhance their own natural beauty. Also for practical reasons, micropigmentation can be the only solution, if you have allergies to cosmetics, contact lenses sensitivities, visual impairments or unsteady hands.

In this clinic we are specialized in 3D brows/ Hairstrokes. The hairstroke method has become incredibly popular in recent years, because this method gives a perfect, natural look that is incomparable to the old-fashioned "tattooed" eyebrows. A very natural, lifelike looking brow can be created using the hair stroke method, which essentially is using the tattoo needle to create lots of little hair like impressions by implanting pigment in a line under the skin.

The procedure for semi-permanent make-up

Having semi-permanent make-up applied is a big decision as the results last for years and it isn’t easy to cover it up if you decide you don’t like your new look any more, so there are a lot of things to consider before you have your treatment done. 

For us it is very important that you are comfortable and happy with the procedure, and we will do out best to explain everything to you before we begin the treatment. 

Here is what you need to think about before making sure semi-permanent make-up is the right treatment for you:

Consider your timing. It is tempting to treat yourself to permanent make-up right before a holiday or a wedding but it takes around 5 to 7 days for your skin to heal and for the pigment to settle so make sure you allow yourself plenty of time.

Semi-permanent make-up is a treatment that lasts for a long time. The effects remain in the skin and gradually fades over time. To keep it looking fresh you will need annual maintenance.  Also you are required to come in for a small touch up, around 4 – 6 weeks after first treatment, and if you want it to last longer than the 3 – 5 years we expect it to last, you will need to come in again for more maintenance later on too.
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Your treated areas will be more prone to UV damage. This is the reason why it’s not advisable to have semi-permanent make-up applied right before you go on holiday. Using sunbeds weeks before and after the treatment might result in damage on the skin. 

Many people ask if semi-permanent make-up is a painful treatment. It is not exactly painful, although it does depend on your personal pain threshold. At Longlasting Beauty we use a medical grade topical anaesthetic to numb the treatment area before the treatment begins.

Aftercare for semi-permanent makeup is important. When the treatment is done, you will be given a soothing balm to apply to avoid the area feeling less sore or itchy. It all really comes down to keeping the area clean. We recommend strongly, that you dont wear make up for at least a week or two, and that you refrain from picking or fussing with the area until the initial scab has dropped off. 

There are some people we can not treat at all, and others who we have to make extra preparations to treat. At the clinic you have to fill in papers asking if you suffer from:

Skin conditions: Eczema, psoriasis and other skin problems can make you more prone to infections

Allergies: Make sure you report any allergy. 

Chronic conditions: If you have epilepsy, diabetes or are receiving treatment for any ongoing problem, you should alert your practitioner as these could complicate recovery from your treatment.

Blood diseases: If you have HIV or hepatitis, or any other blood borne illness, you must let your practitioner know. It doesn’t necessarily mean you will not be treated, only that we will take additional precautions.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding are contraindicated from all semi-permanent make-up treatments. In the event that you arrive for a full appointment before declaring either pregnancy or breastfeeding, the treatment is 100% payable.


If you have any questions at all about your treatment, we are more than happy to answer them and put your mind at ease.


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