Dubai Creating Permanent Beauty | Semi Permanent Make Up

Dubai Creating Permanent Beauty | Semi Permanent Make Up

Dubai Creating Permanent Beauty | Semi Permanent Make Up. We apply coloured pigments into the outer skin enhancing Mother Nature's gifts.


The principle of permanent make-up is as simple as it is effective.  Also known as micropigmentation, a term used for applying coloured pigments into the dermal layer of the skin enhances Mother Nature’s gifts without ever having to reach for your make-up bag. Women of all ages are experiencing the difference micropigmentation can make.  

After just one procedure, you can have stunning smudge-free makeup that will last for years to come.

Dubai Creating Permanent Beauty | Semi Permanent Make Up


Semi-permanent makeup uses pigments containing no indelible ink, which is the type of ink used for permanent body tattoos.  Indelible ink should be avoided at all costs as it will fade to a blue colour over time and is permanent.  

Our pigments fade and disappear completely over 2 to 5 years, they are pharmaceutical grade and EU regulated.


Be sure to check the pigment types before your treatment, as waking up with blue eyebrows is not the most desirable look.  Corrections and sometimes removals are possible but require more treatments to remove the permanent pigment, and all the extra hassle and cost could be avoided by using the correct pigments and a highly trained specialist.


Be sure to make the right choice.  Insist on the best, and insist on Exclusive Beauty!


For appointments, please email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com
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The Evolution of Beauty Enhancement Techniques

Semi Permanent Makeup Overview

Embarking on the journey to understand the supremacy of the machine method, SPMU begins with a comprehensive look at the evolution of semi permanent makeup. From its inception to the diverse techniques available today, the world of beauty enhancement has witnessed remarkable advancements.

Microblading: Usine A Manual Blade

Microblading, a widely-known technique, involves manually implanting pigment into the skin to create semi-permanent eyebrows. While it has been a go-to for many, the limitations and nuances of microblading have paved the way for more advanced alternatives.

The Rise of Machine Method SPMU

Machine method SPMU, or micropigmentation, takes the art of permanent makeup to a new level. This technique employs a specialised machine to deposit pigments into the skin, offering precision and longevity that surpasses traditional methods.

The Benefits of Semi Permanent Makeup

Semi Permanent Makeup in Everyday Life

One of the key advantages of semi-permanent makeup is its ability to simplify and streamline daily beauty routines. By waking up with makeup already in place, individuals can save precious time in the mornings, allowing for more efficient and stress-free mornings.

Time-saving aspect

In today’s fast-paced society, time is a valuable commodity. Semi-permanent makeup offers a time-saving solution for individuals with busy schedules who still want to look their best without spending hours in front of the mirror.

Enhanced Confidence

Semi-permanent makeup can also significantly boost self-confidence and self-esteem. For individuals with sparse eyebrows, uneven lip colour, or faint lash lines, semi-permanent makeup provides a natural-looking enhancement that enhances facial features and creates a more polished appearance.

Natural-looking results

Unlike traditional makeup, which can sometimes look heavy or unnatural, semi-permanent makeup is designed to mimic the appearance of natural hair strokes, lip colour, or eyeliner. The result is a subtle enhancement that enhances one’s natural beauty without looking overly made-up.

Dubai Creating Permanent Beauty | Semi Permanent Make Up

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We offer several micropigmentation training courses in various Dubai and Middle East locations. Courses include Semi Permanent Makeup, Eyebrow Tattooing, Lip Blush training, Medical Micropigmentation, Areola Tattooing training and Hair & Scalp Micropigmentation.

Dubai Creating Permanent Beauty | Semi Permanent Make Up

Permanent Cosmetics in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Permanent Cosmetics in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Permanent Cosmetics in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

All our treatments are performed by Candice Watson of Exclusive Beauty, who has worked and trained on Harley Street, London.  For appointments, please email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com or visit our dedicated site, www.spmu-me.com, for more details.

or visit our dedicated site, www.spmu-me.com, for more details.

Permanent Cosmetics in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. All treatments are by Candice Watson, who has worked and trained on Harley Street, London.

We offer a complete range permanent cosmetics, including:
Eyebrow Enhancement
Eyeliner
Eyelash Enhancement
Lip Line
Lip Colour
and Lip Blush.
We also offer a complete range of Medical Micropigmentation, including:

Areola Reconstruction
Scar Camouflage
and Tattoo Removal
Please get in touch with us for more details and locations – info@exclusivebeautyuae.com
www.exclusivebeautyuae.com
www.spmu-me.com
www.semipermanentmakeup-me.com 

Permanent Cosmetics in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. All treatments are by Candice Watson, who has worked and trained on Harley Street, London.

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Booking A Treatment

To make a treatment appointment or enquire about our services, please click the floating widget and fill out the contact form.

Looking For A Training Course?

We offer several micropigmentation training courses in various Dubai and Middle East locations. Courses include Semi Permanent Makeup, Eyebrow Tattooing, Lip Blush training, Medical Micropigmentation, Areola Tattooing training and Hair & Scalp Micropigmentation.

The Evolution of Beauty Enhancement Techniques

Semi Permanent Makeup Overview

Embarking on the journey to understand the supremacy of the machine method, SPMU begins with a comprehensive look at the evolution of semi-permanent makeup. From its inception to the diverse techniques available today, the world of beauty enhancement has witnessed remarkable advancements.

Microblading: Usine A Manual Blade

Microblading, a widely-known technique, involves manually implanting pigment into the skin to create semi-permanent eyebrows. While it has been a go-to for many, the limitations and nuances of microblading have paved the way for more advanced alternatives.

The Rise of Machine Method SPMU

Machine method SPMU, or micropigmentation, takes the art of permanent makeup to a new level. This technique employs a specialised machine to deposit pigments into the skin, offering precision and longevity that surpasses traditional methods.

The Benefits of Semi Permanent Makeup

Semi Permanent Makeup in Everyday Life

One key advantage of semi-permanent makeup is its ability to simplify and streamline daily beauty routines. By waking up with makeup already in place, individuals can save precious morning time, allowing for more efficient and stress-free mornings.

Time-saving aspect

In today’s fast-paced society, time is a valuable commodity. Semi-permanent makeup offers a time-saving solution for individuals with busy schedules who still want to look their best without spending hours in front of the mirror.

Enhanced Confidence

Semi-permanent makeup can also significantly boost self-confidence and self-esteem. For individuals with sparse eyebrows, uneven lip colour, or faint lash lines, semi-permanent makeup provides a natural-looking enhancement that enhances facial features and creates a more polished appearance.

Natural-looking results

Unlike traditional makeup, which can sometimes look heavy or unnatural, semi-permanent makeup is designed to mimic the appearance of natural hair strokes, lip colour, or eyeliner. The result is a subtle enhancement that enhances one’s natural beauty without looking overly made-up.

Semi Permanent Make Up

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spmu-me.com or semipermanentmakeup-me.com
Insist on the best, insist on Exclusive Beauty.
SPMU also known as: semi permanent make up, permanent make up, micropigmentation, makeup tattoo
 

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Time Out Abu Dhabi Get make-up that really lasts

Time Out Abu Dhabi Get make-up that really lasts

Time Out Abu Dhabi Get make-up that really lasts. Semi-permanent make-up by Candice Watson of Exclusive Beauty UAE, to the highest standards.

Semi-permanent make-up by Candice Watson of Exclusive Beauty UAE.  For appointments, please email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com.

Please click the link for the full Time Out Abu Dhabi article or read below.

http://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/bodyandmind/features/25756-semi-permanent-make-up


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Where to get make-up that really lasts in Abu Dhabi?

Having a tattooed face isn’t just the preserve of bikers and heavy metallers anymore. Ladies across the UAE are turning to the needle for semi-permanent make-up procedures that leave their eyes, lips and brows ‘done’ for up to five years. It’s a big commitment, but it seems as though nothing daunts beauty-seekers in the capital, so demand for the treatment is steadily growing. We asked specialist Candice Watson (pictured, top right) to tell us more.


Can you explain how SPMU actually works?
SPMU (semi-permanent make-up) is a process that implants pigment into the skin for a lasting effect. We do not go as deep as conventional tattoos, and we use safe and non-indelible pigments. Permanent tattoo inks will always have a blue hue that lasts forever. Anyone using these permanent inks (which many do in the UAE) should not be doing so for makeup; they will always end up in a blue or green colour, which is not a good look on an eyebrow!

How long does it last?
The SPMU will last two to five years, but in this heat and sun, I always recommend that my clients have a top-up after 12 to 18 months to keep the colour fresh.


What are the advantages of having SPMU?
I can’t think of anyone who would not benefit from SPMU. It saves time applying make-up daily, it will never smudge down your face in the heat or when swimming, and you even wake up in the morning looking perfect. Other people who benefit are those with allergies to cosmetic make-up, who wear glasses and find it difficult to see when applying make-up, or who have thin eyebrow hair.


So, everyone’s biggest fear – what if a mistake is made?
Mistakes are made with SPMU and with PMU (permanent tattooing), but this is due to poor-quality specialists, bad pigments and low-quality machines, many of which are commonplace in the UAE.

I would estimate around 70 per cent of my work in Dubai and Abu Dhabi is correcting or removing other people’s poor-quality work. It is amazing how bad some treatments can look and that someone can do that sort of work on someone’s face!

Thankfully I use a very successful removals method which nine times out of 10 completely removes the pigment, even if a permanent ink has been used.


And is the treatment painful?
I have heard from many of my clients that when they last had an SPMU treatment elsewhere, it was agony, but when I treat them, they have been amazed by how there is so little pain. I even have clients falling asleep while having the treatment.


Do you have SPMU yourself?
I started doing SPMU 20 years ago, and the first thing I did was lip-liner, which I loved and will now never be without. I also had eyelash enhancement done about three years ago, and I apply just a few hair strokes now and then in my brows. I’m not sure I could go without it now. Although it all looks very natural, I wouldn’t want to wake up in the morning and see myself with nothing there at all – scary!


What kind of SPMU is the most popular?
In my 20 years of experience working in the UK, eyebrows were always the most popular request. But in the UAE, it seems to be everything: full lip colour, eyebrows – the works! Anybody between the ages of 18 and 80 can have SPMU. although we use a slightly different technique for older skin to prevent bleeding of the colour.


Does the final effect look natural or fully made-up?
SPMU can look as natural or as made-up as the client wishes. I try to encourage clients to stick to the more natural side of things so that when they take the rest of their makeup off, it doesn’t look startlingly obvious that they’ve had SPMU done. When SPMU first came out, it was meant to enhance your natural features and not to be used as a complete replacement for cosmetic makeup. Over the years, however, people have started to become more confident with looking made-up all the time, so of course, times change, but still, I would encourage people not to go over the top….


Prices range from Dhs1,000-6,000. Contact Candice by email at info@exclusivebeautyuae.com to book an appointment.
By Helen Elfer
Time Out Abu Dhabi, 2 August 2011

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Looking For A Training Course?

We offer several micropigmentation training courses in various Dubai and Middle East locations. Courses include Semi Permanent Makeup, Eyebrow Tattooing, Lip Blush training, Medical Micropigmentation, Areola Tattooing training and Hair & Scalp Micropigmentation.

Abu Dhabi: Time Out | The Knowledge

Abu Dhabi: Time Out – The Knowledge

Candice Watson and our Harley Street Semi Permanent Make Up treatments were mentioned in this weeks Time Out Abu Dhabi in The Knowledge section.
The full article is out in next weeks addition so go buy it!
http://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/knowledge/features/25605-25-things-to-do-this-week
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Dubai Semi Permanent Make Up – Choose the correct specialist

Dubai Semi Permanent Make Up – Choose the correct specialist!

Dubai Semi Permanent Make Up - Choose the correct specialist! To avoid all the fuss and worry of inferior treatments, call someone you trust.

To avoid all the fuss and worry of inferior treatments, call someone you can trust to perform semi-permanent make-up to Harley Street standards; contact Exclusive Beauty by email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com for more details.


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Candice Watson is quoted in The National Newspaper’s article on Plastic Surgery Nightmares by Tahira Yaqoob and Jemma Nicholls Jul 9, 2011


“There is not enough regulation at the moment,” says Candice Watson of the Dubai salon Exclusive Beauty. When she arrived here two years ago, she provided the college certificates and personal verification statements from previous employers that were part of the Ministry of Health and Dubai Health Authority requirements for getting a practitioner’s permit. But Watson says an exam supposed to rigorously weed out flawed candidates involved her being asked one question about skin types and being given the once-over.


She says 70 per cent of her patients come in for correction work after botched jobs elsewhere.
“It is awful; I have people coming in tears because they do not know what to do,” she says. “One woman had a green nose because she wanted to camouflage her skin, and the pigment changed colour. It is very hard to check the credentials of whoever is treating you.”


For the full article, click on the link or read below.
http://www.thenational.ae/lifestyle/well-being/plastic-surgery-nightmares

Plastic surgery nightmares

Tahira Yaqoob and Jemma Nicholls Jul 9, 2011
Kirsten Miller never wanted a dramatic transformation.
All she wanted was to look like herself, but better – a little enhancement around her eyes to make them stand out so she would not have to worry about going into the swimming pool with a bare face or wasting too much time in the mornings applying make-up.
Instead, she has been left scarred and traumatised by what should have been a simple procedure, a semi-permanent eyeliner tattooed around her eyes.
Now, every morning is spent layering on even more products than before in a bid to cover the unsightly blotches and uneven lines she has been left with.
“The whole point of having this procedure was to save me time, but in reality, I now worry about it more than I used to and spend each day patching it up, hoping it starts to fade,” says Miller. “I am faced with extra costs to try to correct the work I had done and have been advised it is too risky to treat the inside corners of my eyes, which could take five years to fade or potentially lead to permanent scarring.”
She is not alone. Health authorities in the UAE deal with complaints every year about botched jobs, unregistered practitioners and flawed practices.
A convoluted licensing process, laws that are tricky to enforce and the fact that those coming to work in 1,000 plastic surgery clinics in Dubai, plus a handful springing up in Abu Dhabi, have usually trained overseas with qualifications hard to check mean that there are numerous hurdles in monitoring those practising in the country.
Little wonder there are horror stories. In 2008, a 27-year-old Emirati woman who paid Dh90,000 for liposuction died a few days later. Another woman ended up in a coma after having a facelift and liposuction.
Then there was Steven Moos, the discredited American doctor who posed as a top Hollywood surgeon and operated on his kitchen table, butchering the women who queued up for his Dh500 treatments.
Conditions at his flat in Dubai were so basic that fat removed during liposuction was stored in cooking pots and water bottles. His patients claimed he had operated on them using unsterilised kitchen utensils.
Moos was eventually jailed and deported to the US. But Dr Ramadan Ibrahim, the director of health regulations for Dubai Health Authority, has admitted the system is flawed.
“Without complaints, it is very difficult to know who and where we should be targeting,” he previously told The National. He says such cases are rare: “Regulations are much better now and are getting tougher. We are aware there are some problems in clinics, so we have increased the number of inspections we are doing.”
Laws will be tightened in September when only those operating in clinics under the supervision of a dermatology doctor will be allowed to carry out treatments such as semi-permanent make-up, Botox, laser hair removal and micro-needling. Last year, the Ministry of Health introduced stricter criteria for cosmetic surgeons, and there are regular spot-checks on practices.
But is enough being done to regulate those operating in the Emirates? And what action can be taken to ensure that problems such as those that occurred under Moos do not happen again?
“There is not enough regulation at the moment,” says Candice Watson of the Dubai salon Exclusive Beauty. When she arrived here two years ago, she provided the college certificates and personal verification statements from previous employers that were part of the Ministry of Health and Dubai Health Authority requirements for getting a practitioner’s permit. But Watson says an exam supposed to rigorously weed out flawed candidates involved her being asked one question about skin types and given the once-over.
She says 70 per cent of her patients come in for correction work after botched jobs elsewhere.
“It is awful; I have people coming in tears because they do not know what to do,” she says. “One woman had a green nose because she wanted to camouflage her skin, and the pigment changed colour. It is very hard to check the credentials of whoever is treating you.”
That is something Kirsten Miller learned, to her dismay. She contacted Dubai Surgery Center to ask for her eyeliner treatment and was put in touch with Susan Summers, one of the beauticians registered with the website.
Miller, 38, a secretary for Aramco petrol company in Saudi Arabia, booked a Dh2,000 treatment and flew to Dubai in April last year. But when she took a taxi to the address provided, she was shocked to discover it was a residential apartment in Al Barsha.
According to Miller, Summers explained that she mainly worked from home, a practice Miller has since discovered is illegal. With a growing sense of unease, she sat on the chaise longue in one corner of the living room and had the eyeliner tattooed.
“I felt I had been put on the spot and could not say I did not want to do it any more, plus I had flown all the way there,” Miller says. “As she was doing the bottom lid, she said: ‘I will go right into the inside corner’ without checking with me first. I had not wanted the line to go that far, but I could do nothing about it.”
Despite two subsequent treatments, the liner that should have appeared black turned grey and formed uneven lines over the lids and unsightly blotches in the corners of her eyes. Summers told her the pigment was “not taking” and went over the patches with a skin colour, which then took the appearance of a shiny scar as it was a different colour from Miller’s skin.
Unhappy with her treatment, Miller complained to Dubai Surgery Center, which initially blamed “an excess acidity level in the skin” and then denied responsibility, saying Summers was sponsored by a separate clinic.
While Summers offered Miller a full refund and a follow-up treatment with a specialist, the secretary was terrified of doing further damage to her appearance and refused. She has since sought advice from dermatologists in the UK, who all say they would not tattoo the inside corners of the eyes because of the risk of the pigment spreading or damaging the tear ducts.
Summers, who was suspended by Dubai Surgery Center in the wake of the incident and is now living in Australia, says in an e-mail to M magazine that she worked from home “knowing it was not entirely legal”. She says she did so as her patients were too embarrassed to sit in waiting rooms “being stared at by other patients” and to save them “undue distress”.
When contacted by M, Jennifer King of Dubai Surgery Center claimed Miller’s treatment was “normal”. She said the practice was a website run from the UK, adding, “Our non-disclaimer on the site makes it very clear we are not responsible for qualifications”.
Miller’s case is a cautionary tale, but the point is not whether her grounds for complaint are justified. It raises the much more disturbing question of who is liable when things go wrong.
With the woman who treated her having left the country and the clinic she booked her through denying responsibility, what recourse do patients such as Miller have to protect themselves?
In a city where appearances are all-important, Miller is not alone in seeking treatments to transform her look. On a drive down Al Wasl Road, it seems every other building houses a plastic surgery outlet. The availability of cheap treatments and the abundance of clinics means those who might not have considered surgery in their homeland are tempted to experiment with self-improvement.
It is thought that many of Moos’s victims were aware he was not a real doctor but went ahead with surgery because he was so cheap. They were not to know they would pay a much heavier price with the emotional trauma caused by his disfiguring operations.
Dr Maurizio Viel, a leading cosmetic surgeon from the London Centre for Aesthetic Surgery, says: “As surgery becomes more readily available to the masses, more people are tempted. With some groups of women, we see cosmetic surgery treated like a candy store or as easy as buying lipstick over the counter. Patients must remember they are dealing with their bodies and should do their homework.”
Some of the botched jobs Viel has seen include liposuction, where the surgeon has operated too close to the skin, creating waves on the surface; unequal amounts of fat removed from different sides of the body; oversized breast implants inserted; and a flawed facelift that left the patient partially paralysed.
“It is not because of a lack of legislation as the UAE has rules and regulations, but untrained professionals who are hard to control are operating under the radar,” he says. “Often nothing is heard about them until something goes wrong. There are also unethical doctors agreeing to perform unnecessary surgery on patients or surgical procedures which are not their strength.”
Dr Najm Khan, a consultant plastic surgeon at EuroMed clinic in Dubai, says “cowboys” slip through the net in the UAE because practices outsource and recruit doctors who are not based here, then leave after operating with no aftercare or follow-up.
“There is no general medical council or governing body, and there are separate licences for each emirate rather than a uniform system,” he says. “There should be a system of malpractice where patients can go to make a formal complaint, and an organisation is set up to investigate.”
Lara Tarakjian, the executive director of Silkor beauty clinics, does not offer cosmetic surgery at her outlets in the UAE; instead, 400 patients a year fly to Lebanon for operations such as rhinoplasty and liposuction.
“Ninety per cent of our doctors there are trained in Lebanon, so it is very easy to do background checks,” she says. “That is difficult here where so many different nationalities are trained in different places.”
On the popular expatwoman.com forum, a search for discussions about cosmetic surgery fields numerous threads, from those asking for recommendations to women rejoicing over their treatments. Few, if any, seem concerned about the safety procedures and checks in place. But considering how often things can go wrong, perhaps they should start asking.
Eight tips on cosmetic surgery
1. Word of mouth is the best recommendation. Good surgeons and doctors are well-known, and often the same names come up.
2. See two or three surgeons to better understand the procedure you are about to undertake and to ensure you are comfortable with the person treating you.
3. A good surgeon will explain the risks and benefits. Every surgery carries risks, and it is important patients decide for themselves whether to take them.
4. Ask many questions and, most importantly, about the procedure for dealing with complications.
5. Take time to think about whether it is right for you.
6. Ask to speak to previous patients and research their background and what equipment was used on them. Most surgeons should have a portfolio of their work with “before” and “after” photos.
7. Cheapest is not always the best. Do not be fobbed off by cheaper products.
8. Make sure machines are covered in the film and fresh needles are used to meet hygiene standards.

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Permanent Make Up Treatments Dubai UAE

Permanent Make Up Treatments Dubai UAE

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The Benefits of Permanent Makeup: Enhancing Beauty with Confidence

Permanent Make Up Treatments Dubai UAE – Discover the myriad benefits of permanent makeup, from saving time on daily routines to boosting self-esteem. Explore how this innovative cosmetic procedure can redefine your beauty regimen effortlessly.

Introduction: Permanent Make Up Treatments Dubai UAE

In today’s fast-paced world, time is of the essence, especially when it comes to our daily beauty routines. Fortunately, permanent makeup offers a revolutionary solution, allowing individuals to enhance their natural features effortlessly. This article delves into the extensive benefits of permanent makeup, exploring how it can streamline your beauty regimen while boosting your confidence and self-esteem.

1. Understanding Permanent Makeup

Permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation, is a cosmetic technique that involves implanting pigments into the skin’s dermal layer. This procedure mimics the appearance of conventional makeup, such as eyeliner, lip liner, and eyebrow pencil, but with long-lasting results.

2. Achieving Time Efficiency

With the hectic pace of modern life, many individuals find it challenging to allocate time for elaborate makeup routines. Permanent makeup offers a time-saving solution, eliminating the need for daily application and touch-ups. Imagine waking up each morning with perfectly defined brows, luscious lips, and captivating eyeliner, ready to seize the day without the hassle of extensive application.

3. Enhancing Natural Beauty

Permanent makeup is not about masking one’s features but accentuating natural beauty. A skilled technician can enhance your best features by carefully selecting pigments that complement your skin tone and facial structure, resulting in a subtle yet striking transformation. Whether you desire fuller lips, defined eyebrows, or mesmerising eyes, permanent makeup can help you achieve your aesthetic goals with finesse.

4. Boosting Self-Confidence

Confidence is critical to making a lasting impression; permanent makeup can significantly enhance self-assurance. By waking up each day with flawless makeup, individuals experience a newfound sense of confidence and empowerment. Whether attending a professional meeting or a social gathering, knowing that you look your best can instil a sense of poise and charisma.

5. Restoring Lost Features

For individuals who have undergone medical procedures or experienced conditions that have altered their appearance, such as chemotherapy or alopecia, permanent makeup can be a transformative solution. From recreating eyebrows lost to illness to restoring lip colour and definition, micropigmentation can help individuals regain their identity and confidence.

6. Long-lasting Results

Unlike traditional makeup, which requires frequent daily reapplication, permanent makeup offers long-lasting results. While individual experiences may vary, the effects typically endure for several years before needing a touch-up. This durability ensures you can enjoy your enhanced features without the constant upkeep of conventional cosmetics.

7. Customised Solutions

One of the most significant benefits of permanent makeup is its versatility and customisation options. Whether you prefer a natural, understated look or a more dramatic, glamorous aesthetic, a skilled technician can tailor the procedure to suit your preferences. From selecting the perfect pigment shades to determining the ideal shape and intensity, every aspect of the process is personalised to reflect your unique style and personality.

8. Minimal Maintenance

Gone are the days of carrying around an arsenal of makeup products for touch-ups throughout the day. With permanent makeup, minimal maintenance is required to preserve your flawless appearance. A simple skincare routine and periodic touch-ups are needed to ensure long-lasting results, allowing you to focus on more critical aspects of your life confidently and efficiently.

9. Enhancing Active Lifestyles – Permanent Make Up Treatments Dubai UAE

Permanent makeup offers unparalleled convenience for individuals with active lifestyles, such as athletes or outdoor enthusiasts. Whether swimming, exercising or simply braving the elements, you can enjoy waterproof, smudge-proof makeup that remains intact. Say goodbye to makeup mishaps and hello to effortless beauty, no matter where life takes you.

10. Safe and FDA-Approved

Contrary to common misconceptions, permanent makeup is a safe and FDA-approved cosmetic procedure by a licensed and experienced professional. Before the procedure, thorough consultations and skin sensitivity tests are conducted to ensure suitability and minimise potential risks or complications.

11. Cost-Effective Investment

While the initial cost of permanent makeup may seem significant, it is ultimately a cost-effective investment in your overall well-being and confidence. Consider the time and money spent on conventional makeup products over the years, not to mention the frustration of constant reapplication and touch-ups. With permanent makeup, you can enjoy long-lasting results and significant savings in the long run.

12. Empowering Choice

Permanent Make Up Treatments Dubai UAE – Ultimately, the decision to undergo permanent makeup is personal, driven by individual preferences and lifestyle considerations. Whether you are seeking to streamline your beauty routine, enhance your natural features, or regain lost confidence, permanent makeup offers a transformative solution that empowers individuals to look and feel their best every day.

The Benefits of Permanent Makeup: Frequently Asked Questions

How long does permanent makeup last?

Permanent makeup typically lasts several years before requiring a touch-up, although individual experiences may vary based on skin type and lifestyle.

Is permanent makeup safe?

When performed by a licensed and experienced professional, permanent makeup is a safe and FDA-approved cosmetic procedure. Prior consultations and skin sensitivity tests are conducted to ensure suitability and minimise potential risks.

Does permanent makeup look natural?

Yes, permanent makeup is designed to enhance natural features subtly. By carefully selecting pigments that complement your skin tone and facial structure, a skilled technician can achieve natural-looking results that enhance your beauty without appearing overdone.

Can I still wear traditional makeup with permanent makeup?

Yes, permanent makeup serves as a complement to traditional makeup rather than a replacement. You can still wear conventional cosmetics or switch up your desired look for special occasions.

Is permanent makeup painful?

While discomfort may be experienced during the procedure, most individuals tolerate it well. Topical anaesthetics are applied to minimise pain, and lingering sensations typically subside quickly after the procedure.

How much does permanent makeup cost?

The cost of permanent makeup varies depending on the specific procedure, the technician’s experience and expertise, and geographic location. It is advisable to consult with a licensed professional for personalised pricing information.

Conclusion:

In conclusion, the benefits of permanent makeup are vast and varied, offering individuals a convenient, long-lasting solution to enhance their natural beauty. From saving time on daily makeup routines to boosting self-confidence and empowering personal expression, permanent makeup has the potential to transform lives in profound ways. By choosing a skilled and experienced technician, individuals can enjoy the numerous advantages of permanent makeup while looking and feeling their best every day.


Why search for less expensive permanent make-up treatments in the region?


Our prices are less expensive than Harley Street, but with our Harley Street specialist, you will receive the same quality of permanent make-up treatment locally in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The region has suffered for too long with inferior, expensive permanent make-up treatments, resulting in poor results and unnecessary pain and discomfort.


Insist on the best, and insist on Exclusive Beauty!
Email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com for appointments and more information.

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We offer several micropigmentation training courses in various Dubai and Middle East locations. Courses include Semi Permanent Makeup, Eyebrow Tattooing, Lip Blush training, Medical Micropigmentation, Areola Tattooing training and Hair & Scalp Micropigmentation.

Dubai: Want Cheap Semi Permanent Make Up?

Call 04 349 2800 or email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com for appointments and more information.
Dubai: Want Cheap Semi Permanent Make Up?
Is it always better to go for cheaper when thinking of having a Semi Permanent Make Up treatment? We all like a bargain and eagerly seek discounts but where your face and appearance are concerned is this the way to go?
Exclusive Beauty UAE aren’t the cheapest providers of semi permanent make up in the region but we do offer the highest quality of treatment with associated health and safety requirements currently in the region to Harley Street standards.
Our prices are less expensive than Harley Street but with our Harley Street specialist you will be receiving the same quality of treatment. Why spend extra money on flights and hotel stays when the same service is available in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Of course you will find cheaper services in Dubai and Abu Dhabi but this will be with low quality pigments (colours) and machines which will cause more trauma to the skin and more pain along with possible inexperienced and underqualified therapists all of which could result in unsightly blue or green migrated (washed) colours in the face and unattractive, un-natural results which will last for years.
Is this worth chasing a cheaper deal?
Insist on the best, insist on Exclusive Beauty! Call 04 349 2800 or email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com for appointments and more information.
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Dubai: Smudge Free Make Up to beat the Summer Heat

Exclusive Beauty UAE - Semi Permanent Makeup and Medical Micropigmentation Treatments Dubai

Dubai: Smudge Free Make Up to beat the Summer Heat

Dubai: Smudge Free Make Up to beat the Summer Heat

Call 04 349 2800 or email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com for more details.

Dubai: Smudge Free Make Up to beat the Summer Heat. Call 04 349 2800 or email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com for more details.

The Harley Street Semi Permanent Make Up Specialist Exclusive Beauty UAE is now available in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the UAE.
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Our complete range of smudge-free makeup is perfect for the region’s summer months. Look great all day and night, whatever the occasion or situation. Save valuable time in the mornings or before that important lunch date or evening event.


Semi-permanent Makeup treatments include Eyelash Enhancement, Eyeliner, Eyebrow Enhancement, Lip Liner, Full Lip Blush, and Full Lip Colour. Each treatment lasts between 2 and 5 years, so it is worth the money in time saved alone.
 
Call 04 349 2800 or email info@exclusivebeautyuae.com for more details.
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Booking A Treatment

To make a treatment appointment or enquire about our services, please click the floating widget and fill out the contact form.

Looking For A Training Course?

We offer several micropigmentation training courses in various Dubai and Middle East locations. Courses include Semi Permanent Makeup, Eyebrow Tattooing, Lip Blush training, Medical Micropigmentation, Areola Tattooing training and Hair & Scalp Micropigmentation.

The Evolution of Beauty Enhancement Techniques

Semi Permanent Makeup Overview

Embarking on the journey to understand the supremacy of the machine method, SPMU begins with a comprehensive look at the evolution of semi permanent makeup. From its inception to the diverse techniques available today, the world of beauty enhancement has witnessed remarkable advancements.

Microblading: Usine A Manual Blade

Microblading, a widely-known technique, involves manually implanting pigment into the skin to create semi-permanent eyebrows. While it has been a go-to for many, the limitations and nuances of microblading have paved the way for more advanced alternatives.

The Rise of Machine Method SPMU

Machine method SPMU, or micropigmentation, takes the art of permanent makeup to a new level. This technique employs a specialised machine to deposit pigments into the skin, offering precision and longevity that surpasses traditional methods.

The Benefits of Semi Permanent Makeup

Semi Permanent Makeup in Everyday Life

One key advantage of semi-permanent makeup is its ability to simplify and streamline daily beauty routines. By waking up with makeup already in place, individuals can save precious morning time, allowing for more efficient and stress-free mornings.

Time-saving aspect

In today’s fast-paced society, time is a valuable commodity. Semi-permanent makeup offers a time-saving solution for individuals with busy schedules who still want to look their best without spending hours in front of the mirror.

Enhanced Confidence

Semi-permanent makeup can also significantly boost self-confidence and self-esteem. For individuals with sparse eyebrows, uneven lip colour, or faint lash lines, semi-permanent makeup provides a natural-looking enhancement that enhances facial features and creates a more polished appearance.

Natural-looking results

Unlike traditional makeup, which can sometimes look heavy or unnatural, semi-permanent makeup is designed to mimic the appearance of natural hair strokes, lip colour, or eyeliner. The result is a subtle enhancement that enhances one’s natural beauty without looking overly made-up.