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Excellent technique

There is something to be said for experience, and volume is more important than length of time trained. Most can do an average job on basic makeup lines. Techniques that make it look softly blended and natural are successfully performed by only a tiny fraction of permanent makeup artists.

Highest standard

This cosmetic technique uses the permanent pigmentation of the dermis (cosmetic tattooing) as a genuine aid to beauty. Thin lips can be made fuller, eyes can be made to sparkle using eye lining (eye shadows) and scarring and uneven pigmentation can be improved.

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Intradermal pigmentation can develop eyebrows for those clients with sparse or non existent eyebrows; particularly in people who have lost their eyebrows as a consequence of old age or disease.


The application requires a high degree of skill and knowledge and we work closely with our clients to develop the shape and colouring that is best suited to the shape of their face, their personality and their lifestyle.

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Nicci du Preez is a specialized Permanent Make Up artist, and has mastered the technique of Embroidery as well as Rotary, perfecting her Permanent Make Up techniques since 2008. The client’s satisfaction has always been her main priority, as it is very important to be happy with something as permanent as Permanent Make Up. Nicci has broaden her work-field to make Permanent Make Up easily accessible. She travels to different salons on different days of the month, salons in areas as Alberton, Centurion, Pretoria East, Benoni, Vereeniging, Vaalpark, Van der Bijl, Meyerton, Witbank, Middelburg and Thabazimbi.


Permanent Make Up is where inorganic pigment are permanently inserted into the dermal layer of the skin, using fine needles. There are different techniques used to apply permanent make-up, but Nicci mostly make use of the Embroidery technique, as it provides a more natural appearance, especially the eyebrows, and enhances the natural features with a softer finish, it is less painful, and the skin also heels more quickly. Permanent Make Up includes, Permanent Eyeliner, Permanent Eyebrows, Permanent Lip liner, and Permanent Full Lip colouring.

A topical anesthetic is applied before every permanent make up procedure, as well as during, but unfortunately every person reacts differently. For most people it is a matter of discomfort, but there is always a few factors that plays a role, such as pain threshold, bruising of the skin, sensitivity of the eyes, etc.
This is the most important aspect of every permanent make up procedure. With every new procedure a new needle is used. All machine parts, and needles are clean and sterile for every procedure, and new gloves are used.
Colours and shapes.
With permanent make up, almost anything is possible. Any colour, any shape, thick or thin, long or short, dark or light, natural or prominent. Certain colours do take better on certain skin types, but if there is something specific you had in mind, book a free consultation, and Nicci will answer all your questions.
How long is the procedure?
It takes approximately 1 hour per procedure. Full lip colouring, approximately 1⅟2 hours.
How long does it last?
After your first touch-up, 6 – 12 weeks after the first procedure, it should last 5 to 8 years, depending on your skin.
How does it look afterwards?
In most cases there will be a small amount of swelling, the swelling usually subsides within a few hours. And it is still quite dark for the first 5 days, until the scabs come off. The scabs are very fine, and most people don’t even notice them coming off.
Aftercare is very important, and could influence the end results. For the first 5 days you are not allowed to get water on the area, any fluids can influence the colour, as the skin is still open. You will have to keep the area moist with a Vaseline-like substance, anti-biotic cream will be provided for you, to apply 3 times a day.

Permanent make-up allows a person's natural features to be enhanced so they can wake-up with definition. It camouflages scars, areas of depigmentation