Permanent Make Up Procedure

About Permanent Make Up

At Beauty Direct we use the World’s Finest Cosmetic Tattoo Pigments: Premier Pigments.  Premier Pigments stays true to colour,  has no fading, requires minimal touch-up procedures, is Non-Iron Oxide, requires NO colour mixing, takes to every skin type first time. Visit Premier Pigment’s website.

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Advantages of using Premier Pigments

Ion Oxide Free

Premier Pigments has been formulating and producing permanent cosmetic pigments for the intradermal cosmetic industry since 1988. Years of research coupled with practical application of colorants, modern technology and our application laboratory testing have resulted in an outstanding line of highly viscous concentrated colorants that are now more true and consistent than ever before.

Predictable Color

Premier Concentrated Original Formula Colors are now more predictable and true to color than ever before. We are focused on longevity of color. Colors heal true and stay true!


Premier Pigments enjoys a preeminent reputation in the development and quality of the world’s finest permanent cosmetic pigments. We are the market leader in permanent cosmetic pigment sales and leader for research of pigment ingredients. Premier Original Colors have been widely used throughout the world since 1988 and are formulated with pigments with a long history of no known allergic reactions.

Large Particle Pigments

Larger particles reflect more light and appear more opaque. They are also less susceptible to pigment particle movement, commonly referred to as migration.

Quick to Implant

Large particle pigments are suspended in an aqueous dispersion for better color efficiency. In other words, Premier Concentrated Original Formula Colors yield more color per implant, saving time and touch-up applications.

State-of-the-art Manufacturing

Premier Concentrated Original Colors are manufactured by a true state-of-the-art process to create pigment dispersions of greater tinctorial strength, brighter, and more true to color than ever before.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Micropigmentation/ Permanent Makeup?

Micropigmentation or permanent makeup is the process of applying pigment (colour) into the skin.

Can Make up still be used after Micropigmentation/Permanent Makeup?

Micropigmentation or Permanent Makeup is long-lasting, but one can still wear fashionable make-up at night or apply makeup for a fresh and natural look for daytime. Micropigmentation or Permanent Makeup simply builds the foundation for looking perfect without looking made-up.

What’s a Permanent Make Up touch-up and when do I need one?

If you feel there is a necessity, after the initial procedure, you may want to return for a touch-up. A touch-up is a colour refresher. Permanent cosmetic makeup can be a process. It is recommended that you wait at least 6 weeks before your touch-up so your initial procedure has time to heal properly. To traumatize the skin sooner can be uncomfortable and doesn’t allow enough time for the pigment to settle in the skin.

Is Permanent Make Up safe?

A new needle is used for each client. Equipment and supplies are kept in a sanitary manner. Gloves are worn during each procedure and changed often.

Is Permanent Make Up painful?

Your comfort is very important to me! I take pride in making my clients as comfortable as possible. Most people experience some discomfort likened to a plucking or scouring sensation. This will vary according to each individual’s threshold. Using topical anaesthetics that have been medically developed for permanent makeup application makes procedures reasonably comfortable.

Is permanent cosmetics really permanent?

Technically, permanent cosmetic procedures are considered permanent because the colour implanted into the skin cannot be washed off. However, as with any tattoo, fading can and often does occur, requiring periodic maintenance, colour re-enhancement or refreshing. Just like hair colour, furniture located near a window, or even house paint, the implanted colour will fade over time depending on your health, skin type and how well you care for your skin.

How is permanent cosmetic procedures done?

Our Permanent cosmetic procedures are performed using a digital, medical grade machine. Your appointment includes a medical overview and a detailed discussion regarding your expectations including design and colour. The application of the pigment is next. You are a part of the whole process during the procedure. Everything is explained to you with total appreciation that you have chosen me and trust me with your permanent cosmetics.

Who can benefit from Permanent Makeup?

Active Lifestyles – Permanent makeup allows a person to feel more confident when participating in activities that normally cause conventional makeup to sweat off. Little or no brow hair – Thinning brow hair is a sign of aging and gives the illusion of the face dropping. Permanent Cosmetics can be applied to the eyebrow area in such a way that it looks as if more eyebrow hair is growing, framing and lifting the face. Thin Lips – Lip Liner and Full Lip Color can make shrinking lips look fuller and detract from lines around an aging mouth. It helps rebuild the rim of the lip giving a smoother edge to the lips Little or no lash hair – Eyelash hair also thins with age. Permanent Eyeliner gives eyes the illusion of thicker lashes. Visual impairment / Contact lenses – As women get older their vision diminishes. This makes it hard for them to apply their eyeliner and brows. It can also give them a sense of helplessness. Allergies Unsteady hands – As people get older their mobility is hindered and it is more difficult to apply makeup in a precise manner. Permanent Cosmetics allow an older woman to feel assured that her makeup looks good and consistent all the time. Those who just want to look great all of the time without the hassle – Permanent Makeup is often recommended by plastic surgeons because it is the “icing on the cake” after he has performed a brow lift or a full face lift. Permanent Makeup services are the perfect completion to the new look of plastic surgery.